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Hacking: All it takes is good coding skills and greed

After a group of young hackers beat companies that claim to spend a bomb on cyber security, Karan Choudhury reports on just how easy it is to exploit digital wallets. IMAGE: Experts warn that the digital wallets sector is unregulated; there are no minimum parameters to follow. Photograph: Reuters.   Like most other millennials, 23-year-old Sunny Nehra from the small town of Jind in Haryana, dreamt of the high life. From a humble, middle class family, he had only three things going for ... Rediff.com, 1 week ago

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Google India celebrates young minds to drive awareness around Internet safety

Continuing with its efforts to promote digital literacy and spread awareness around internet safety, Google India announced the winners of the second edition of the Web Rangers, on Tuesday, celebrating 'Safer Internet Day'. Arnav Nagpal (14, Gurgaon), ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Women with lower abdominal pain need not rush and undergo surgery and remove uterus: Embolisation is an alternative

Gurgaon, [India] Feb 6 (ANI): Many women have chronic pelvic or belly pain, which is associated with ovarian vein varicosities (dilation) termed as pelvic congestion syndrome (PCS).Most women who suffer from this are young, having more than one baby. They ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Dismantled daily, ‘tent’ school builds future of hundreds

Every morning just before 7.30am, several tents are erected in Sector 52 of Gurgaon, which are then taken down in the afternoon, until the next day. The tents host as many as 400 enthusiastic students, who seem to be indifferent to the lack of facilities that ...
 DNA2 months ago
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The night I lost some riches, but found something far more precious

This would sound right out of a movie, but this happened to me last night. I was coming back from Gurgaon to Delhi, or office to home, when at Panchsheel, my driver told me that we had busted a tyre. As we also had to fill air in the spare tyre, we hobbled ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

Give a tappa to your taste-buds with a boho appeal!

New Delhi [India], Mar. 23 (ANI): Have you ever imagined of a chat in between watermelon sliders? Or Jalebi in form of churros with cinnamon sugar sprinkled on it?If not, then get ready for experiencing a bounce on your palate, as 'Punjab Grill Tappa,' as the ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Has startup culture left Indian Muslims untouched?

The Indian economy is thriving despite umpteen challenges. It is among the fastest growing economies in the world and has already become the sixth largest economy. The picture may not be very rosy in rural areas. But in urban metros, there is a startup ...
 Sify1 week ago
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Randeep Hooda: I should have been more careful

'It's absolutely a crime.''You cannot threaten a woman on social media or anywhere else.' Actor Randeep Hooda drew sharp criticism for cheering along as retired cricketer Virender Sehwag trolled Delhi University student Gurmehar Kaur on Twitter. The incident unravelled when Gurmehar Kaur, a 20-year-old DU student who protested against the violence on the DU campus on social media, was subjected to massive trolling after users discovered a video Kaur had posted asking for peace. In her video, ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Making a Difference

India’s booming startup ecosystem is in a state of flux. Not unnatural, when you consider that a few dozen of them have gone bust. With e-commerce giant Snapdeal fighting with its back to the wall, the situation for now looks full of foreboding. It is ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago

India enters age of 3D printed body parts

3D printed body parts have become a reality in India, a game changer which promises to alter the medical landscape in India. The courage of a school teacher has ushered in almost unnoticed a quiet medical revolution in India with links that spread from ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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