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Software robots to perform a fifth of internal jobs at ICICI Bank
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Software robots to perform a fifth of internal jobs at ICICI Bank

Other private banks also planning to employ bots soon ICICI Bank - the country’s largest private sector lender - is employing robots to perform tasks like generating customer IDs, updating addresses and mobile numbers, resolving ATM-related queries, etc. Claiming to be the first Indian bank to use software robotics, ICICI Bank on Thursday said the technology has helped them in reducing response time by up to 60 per cent. Chanda Kochhar, managing director & chief executive officer, ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago

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No employee raised any slogan at any point: Amnesty clarifies after sedition case

Amnesty International’s India chapter on Tuesday said none of its employee had shouted any anti-India slogan at an event on Kashmir in Bengaluru, allegations based on which sedition charges were slapped against the human rights body. IMAGE: Amnesty India had a discussion on allegations of human rights violations and the denial of justice to families in Kashmir on Saturday. Photograph: @amnesty/Twitter Amnesty India said allegations mentioned in a complaint by an Akhil Bharatiya ...
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Trump's campaign chief who lobbied for anti-India groups quits

Paul Manafort, the beleaguered chairman of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, resigned on Friday after a staff shake-up this week that marginalised him in the team amid growing speculation about his links with Ukrainian politics. “This (Friday) morning Paul Manafort offered, and I accepted, his resignation from the campaign. I am very appreciative for his great work in helping to get us where we are today, and in particular his work guiding us through the delegate and convention ...
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Modi has discovered there are no plans to punish Pakistan

'NSA Doval and the PM are known to admire Israel's tough response to cross-border terrorism.''However, New Delhi's situation is far more complex than Tel Aviv's, which enjoys military superiority over all its neighbours,' says Ajai Shukla. IMAGE: The Indian Army camp in Uri that came under attack on September 18, 2016. Photograph: PTI Photo   The Indian Army has served notice to Pakistan, reserving the right to respond to the terrorist strike on an army camp in Jammu & Kashmir on ...
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US aid to Pakistan is no panacea, but neither are sanctions

After weighing all the costs and benefits, the next administration is likely to reduce and restructure assistance to Pakistan but not to end it altogether, says Daniel S Markey. It has never been clear precisely what US financing of eight new F-16s for Pakistan would do to advance US interests, says Daniel S Markey. One lesson Washington should have learned from its long experience with Pakistan is never to overestimate the leverage generated by US assistance. Despite tens of billions of ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Asia's nuclear stockpile is worryingly growing

China will be the nuclear threat of most concern to New Delhi for at least another decade, the latest report by the Arms Control Association says. Greg Thielmann and David Logan -- authors of the report titled The complex and increasingly dangerous nuclear weapons geometry of Asia -- say that that the nuclear arsenals and ambitions of India, Pakistan, and China pose significant dangers and deserve more attention. While Pakistan's nuclear arsenal is designed to counter India’s ...
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Let the army do its job, please

The military leadership, soldiers and indeed all security forces continue to battle difficult circumstances in Kashmir. Let’s not add to their woes by spreading half-baked stories, factually incorrect posts and inaccurate articles, says Nitin A Gokhale.   Last week, Captain Amarinder Singh, Maharaja of Patiala, soldier and now politician, wrote a heartfelt piece batting for the Indian soldier deployed in Kashmir (external link) and berated the political as well as military ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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'Pakistan treating US like chumps'

American lawmakers and experts called for cutting off aid to the country and listing it as a state sponsoring terrorism. A manipulative Pakistan, which supports terrorist elements has been treating the United States like chumps, American lawmakers and experts have said while calling for cutting off aid to the country and listing it as a state sponsoring terrorism. “They are making chumps out of us. They see us we are being so stupid. It seems like paying the mafia,” said Congressman ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Pak rejects reports of ISI role in Dhaka attack

Pakistan on Monday rejected media reports about its involvement in the terrorist attack in Bangladeshi capital Dhaka that killed 20 foreigners including an Indian as ‘baseless, irresponsible and provocative’. Pakistan’s Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria issued a statement in response to media queries regarding reports of the involvement of Pakistan’s spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence in last week’s terror attack on a popular restaurant in Dhaka.
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Bangladesh PM pays homage to Dhaka cafe attack victims

Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday led the nation in paying homage to the 20 slain hostages, including an Indian, at a solemn ceremony here as the country mourned the victims of the worst terror attack on its soil. Diplomats, politicians and people from across the different strata of society paid tributes and placed wreaths during the ceremony at the Bangladesh Army Stadium in Dhaka cantonment which drew a huge crowd despite drizzle. Islamist terrorists hacked to death 20 ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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