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The Making of A Terrorist

How did Mansoor Peerbhoy, an academically bright, suave and soft-spoken young man, who never exhibited any jihadist tendencies, go on to head the Indian Mujahideen's media cell?Best-selling author S Hussain Zaidi and Brijesh Singh, an IPS officer who heads Maharashtra's cyber police department, reveal how a brilliant but shy techie became a dreaded terrorist.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Mansoor Peerbhoy had had a rather privileged upbringing. He went to an English medium school and ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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Wow! An innovative curriculum for telecom professionals

The initiative will help will enable telecom sector professionals with new-age capabilities and narrow the existing gap between demand and supply of skills. Technology giant IBM and the telecom skill council will launch a programme to train students and young professionals in emerging technologies, including big data, cloud, and mobile application development. "IBM and TSSC plan to develop an innovative curriculum, designed by technology experts from IBM and domain specialists from TSSC.
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Bangalore remains an IT industry hub

Bhavin Thakker Low vacancy rates and healthy demand from businesses reflect Bangalore’s successful emergence as one of the world’s top 20 tech cities A favourite with the IT and tech crowd, Bangalore has been one of the brightest jewels in India’s ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

Turkey’s Twitter crackdown ratchets up, as state says, 'Click now to report a user to the police!'

On July 4, Eren Aksoyoğlu, a member of the Turkish Joint June Movement opposition bloc, was taken into custody for a tweet criticising the government’s handling of a racially-motivated brawl in Ankara . Less than two weeks later, Turkish police issued ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago
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This engineer wants to change tribal lives

Vat Vrikshya -- banyan tree in Sanskrit -- helps tribal women, with absolutely zero formal education, set up businesses. IMAGE: Vikash Das is a first generation entrepreneur. All photographs: Kind courtesy Vikash Das "One day I thought to myself, what am I doing sitting in a cubicle and making an MNC richer!" With these thoughts, Vikash Das, 28, decided to quit his high paying job as a security analyst at IBM, Bengaluru, where he had been working for three-and-a-half years. "I had a good job, ...
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Global companies are recognising India as a hotbed of talent

While the first wave of moving work to India was driven by cost considerations, increasingly companies are banking on local talent to add value to their business by jointly developing products and solutions. Driven by young workers, smaller global firms have stepped up hiring in India, finds Ayan Pramanik. IMAGE: At the Facebook office in Mumbai. Dozens of global small and medium technology companies are looking to replicate a successful model that large enterprises like Oracle, Microsoft, ...
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'Highly destructive' drugs used by Hyderabad students, reveals investigation

(Representative Image) Hyderabad : Shocking facts revealed during investigations of a narcotic drug racket busted here last week have sent alarm bells ringing over the use of "highly destructive" substances by students. Revelations about use of LSD and MDMA ...
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How Tim Cook, Steve Jobs respond to cold e-mails

Find out what Steve Jobs, Tim Cook and Deep Kalra did when they received angry, negative feedback from customers. IMAGE: Tim Cook followed Jobs' legacy of making Apple's customers feel heard.Photograph: Robert Galbraith/Reuters We've all pulled a 'can I speak to your manager' card, at some point in our lives. While this was easier done in restaurants, stores and service stations -- it wasn't always possible to reach the person handling, running or leading the company brand or chain in ...
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Decoding luxury homes

Luxury housing in India is the proverbial sitting duck for target practice in the shooting gallery that is the Indian residential property sector. Market pundits and the media never get tired of taking potshots at it, and claiming that this segment has got ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Decoding the Indian luxury housing story  Sify2 months ago
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Warriors of the fake news era

'It all runs on sugar-coated lies.''If I like something, I will want to believe it.'Ranjita Ganesan finds out how some organisations are separating fact from fiction to fight the ravages of the post-truth age. Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com  When a statue costs 3,600 crore to build, you want it to do more than just stand there. So, citizens were relieved to learn when the Shivaji sea memorial was launched in December that it would be able to track movements of suspicious ...
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