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Agents charge hefty charges for issuing Aadhaar in West Bengal
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Agents charge hefty charges for issuing Aadhaar in West Bengal

The Centre’s decision to link Aadhaar with several welfare schemes has sent alarm bell ringing in West Bengal which already lags behind in generating Aadhar cards. Taking advantage of this agents have started fleecing people, charging them anything ... DNA, 2 weeks ago

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LIC agent acquitted in murder case

An LIC agent from Valsad in Gujarat, who was accused of murdering a resident from Wada in neighbouring Palghar district, has been acquitted by a local court. Accused Dharmesh Umesh Mishra, 40, was acquitted by the district court yesterday after the ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Donald Trump not safe in White House, says former Secret Service agent

US President Donald Trump is not safe inside the White House and even the Secret Service would not be able to protect him during a terror attack, a former Secret Service agent who had guarded previous presidents have warned. Former Secret Service agent Dan ...
 catchnews.com6 days ago Trump not safe in WH, says former Secret Service agent  Deccan Herald6 days ago Trump not safe in White House, says former Secret Service agent  Mathrubhumi6 days ago Secret agent probed for 'won't take bullet for Trump' post  Business Standard1 month ago

Airport gunman charged, US seeks death penalty

The Iraq war veteran accused of killing five travellers and wounding six others at a busy international airport in Florida has been charged and could face the death penalty if convicted. Esteban Santiago, 26, told investigators that he planned the attack, ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago

Fifth Columnist: Think before you charge

Just when the world is waking up to the fact that the ISIS is being pushed out of Mosul and other strongholds in Iraq and Libya, it now seems that the dreaded group of fanatics is finding its feet in the most unlikely of places on the globe – India. Or is ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

That’s Not A Dead Body, It’s Just A Zombie

&& Two Ohio men are under investigation by state officials after a zombie prank left some frightened residents thinking that there were human remains in a state park. Dustin Smith and Jasen Dixon, who are widely known for staging an annual “zombie ...
 Huffington Post2 months ago
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Can social media, loud and inclusive, fix world politics?

Privacy is no longer a social norm , said Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in 2010, as social media took a leap to bring more private information into the public domain. But what does it mean for governments, citizens and the exercise of democracy? Donald ...
 catchnews.com4 days ago

Shadowy world of arms & men

There is a good reason why former Soviet Union and now Russia, remains even today India’s staunchest defence ally. In the days when India was the pariah as far as the global arms industry was concerned, thanks to her robust ‘anti-Americanism’, it was ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago
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UIDAI files case for alleged misuse of Aadhaar data

UIDAI has asked police to investigate, it was not fully convinced about nature of the incident The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has registered a criminal case against unknown persons after it found that biometric details of individuals were illegally stored and used for carrying out unauthorised transactions. Under the UIDAI Act, storing of biometrics and using these for any purpose other than for authentication or verification by the registered agencies is a criminal ...
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Indian gets 15 years for plotting terror attacks in India

A 42-year-old Indian in the US has been sentenced to 15 years in jail for plotting terror attacks in Indiaby providing material support and resources to the Khalistan movement. Balwinder Singh was a member of two terrorist groups and provided material support ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago US: Khalistan terrorist gets 15-year jail term for planning attack in India  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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