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airtel admits flaw in mobile app could ve exposed data of millions

Airtel Admits Flaw in Mobile App Could've Exposed Data of Millions

The security flaw was discovered by security researcher Ehraz Ahmed Airtel has fixed a serious security flaw in its eponymous Airtel mobile app that could have put the data of over 300 million users who avail the company's telecom services, at risk. The vulnerability was associated with the Airtel app's API (application programming interface) and could have been exploited by malicious parties to a........

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this brainless single celled blob can make complex decisions

This Brainless, Single-Celled Blob Can Make Complex 'Decisions'

Tiny, brainless blobs might be able to make decisions: A single-celled organism can "change its mind" to avoid going near an irritating substance, according to new findings. Over a century ago, American zoologist Herbert Spencer Jennings conducted an experiment on a relatively large, trumpet-shaped, single-celled organism called Stentor roeselii. When Jennings released an irritating carmine powder around the organisms, he observed that they responded in a predictable pattern, he wrote in his findings, which he published in a text called "Beh........

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ford planning 3 new suvs with mahindra venue seltos and compass rivals

Ford Planning 3 New SUVs With Mahindra - Venue, Seltos & Compass Rivals?

Ford and Mahindra have partnered with mutual benefits in mind pertaining to Indian and international markets taking advantage of each other’s strengths. Ever since their tie-up was announced, speculations surrounding the new products have been on the rise and it looks like a wide range of SUVs is in the pipeline. It is also being said that Ford plans to invest around USD 1 billion in its Indian operations over the next few years. Ford will spend upwards of USD 500 million to develop 2 new SUVs for the Indian market. Th........

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deaths caused by british empire should be condemned just like deaths under stalin

Deaths caused by British Empire should be condemned just like deaths under Stalin

It would be prudent to inform UK citizens about the British Empire’s divide and conquer tactics across the Indian subcontinent and Africa, the stirring up of Hindu-Muslim antagonism in the former, or the impact of the Sykes-Picot agreement that precipitated instability across the Middle East which continues to the present day. Doing so might enable the public to gain a better understanding of how past actions affect present realities, in turn making them more eager to hold contemporary politicians to account so past mistakes are no........

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adobe is buying the oculus medium vr sculpting app

Adobe is buying the Oculus Medium VR sculpting app

Adobe is acquiring Oculus Medium, a virtual reality sculpting tool originally revealed by the Facebook-owned VR company in 2015. Nothing is apparently changing for now — an Oculus blog post notes that Medium will remain free for people with an Oculus VR system. But it suggests that Adobe will bring “more features, improvements, and other developments” to Medium in 2020.........

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irctc share price may hit rs 2 000 expert reveals strategy to profit from this multibagger stock

IRCTC share price may hit Rs 2,000! Expert reveals strategy to profit from this multibagger stock

IRCTC share price has made a high of Rs 932.90 after its listing on 14th October, 2019. The Indian Railways vendor gave almost 100 per cent returns on its listing date itself as the IRCTC IPO was offered at the rate of Rs 340 per share. Ever since the listing of IRCTC shares on Indian indices, it has been showing an upside swing and in this period of around two months, it has made a high of Rs 932.90 per stock levels and a low of Rs 700.65. According to ........

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dhanush starrer rowdy baby among top 10 viewed videos globally

Dhanush Starrer Rowdy Baby Among Top 10 Viewed Videos Globally

"Rowdy Baby", an instant hit from Dhanush-Sai Pallavi starrer "Maari 2", has broken into YouTube's top 10 list of the 'most viewed videos globally', announced the company on Friday. The video, which ranks first on the YouTube's 'most trending music videos in India', is placed seventh in the top 10 most viewed videos globally. It is topped by Daddy Yankee and Snow smashing hit "Con Calma".........

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indian auto component industry clocks turnover of rs 1 79 lakh crore acma

Indian Auto Component Industry Clocks Turnover of Rs 1.79 Lakh Crore: ACMA

Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA), has announced the findings of its Industry Performance Review for the first half of fiscal 2019-20. The turnover of the automotive component industry that contributes 2.3 per cent to India’s GDP, 25 per cent to its manufacturing GDP and provides employment to 50 lakh people, stood at Rs.1.79 lakh crore (USD 26.2 billion) for the period April 2019 to September 2019, registering a de-growth of 10.1 per cent over the first half of t........

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The best Security Cameras that you can select for outdoor use

Many security cameras can be used for both indoors and outdoors and have the same remote viewing and infrared night vision.........

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boeing hit with 3 9 million fine for alleged safety lapses

Boeing hit With $3.9 Million fine for alleged safety lapses

The U.S. government hit Boeing Co. with a proposed $3.9 million fine on Friday, saying the planemaker installed substandard parts on 133 aircraft and didn’t properly oversee its suppliers. The Federal Aviation Administration said the parts in question were installed on the wings of Boeing 737 jets to allow devices known as slats to move back and forth. The civil penalty comes as the company has been embroiled in controversy over how it designed its 737 Max, which was involved in two fatal crashes that killed 346 people and has been grounded since M........

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atrocious why hyderabad gang rape and murder is just one more crime against women outlook india magazine

Atrocious! Why Hyderabad Gang Rape And Murder Is Just One More Crime Against Women | Outlook India Magazine

Nirbhaya Rape Case, a crime that triggered nationwide outrage and protests, hastened the fall of a government at the Centre and saw more stringent provisions introduced in India’s rape laws. Since then, “women’s security” has bec­ome a political issue and an election slogan. But not much changed in a country considered among the most unsafe in the world, ranked 133 among 167 nations in a recent........

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onion prices shoot up to rs 165 per kg govt says imported onions to arrive by january 20

Onion prices shoot up to Rs 165 per kg; Govt says imported onions to arrive by January 20

Showing no signs of cooling down, retail onion prices have continued to spiral, touching as high as Rs 165/kg on Friday even as the government grapples to boost the supplies through imports. The government in Parliament informed that imported onions will arrive by January 20. In most cities, onion was quoting above Rs 100/kg in the retail markets, while at Nashik in Maharashtra — the key producing centre — the rates were ruling at Rs 75/kg........

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jharkhand elections 2019 amid tight security second phase of voting begins in 20 assembly seats

Jharkhand elections 2019: Amid tight security, second phase of voting begins in 20 assembly seats

Voting began on Saturday, December 7 for the second phase of the Jharkhand Assembly polls. The polling which started at 7 a.m., will end at 3 p.m. Whereas for the two Assembly seats, Jamshedpur East and Jamshedpur West, it will conclude at 5 p.m. Total 260 candidates whose fate will be decided by 48,25,038 voters. Voting in 6,066 polling booths of which 1,016 are located in urban areas and rest in rural areas. More than 40,000 security forces have been deployed in the second phase which is taking place in Maoist affected areas. ........

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dangerous android flaw allows hackers to steal money private photos and more should you worry

Dangerous Android flaw allows hackers to steal money, private photos & more: Should you worry?

An Android vulnerability targeting bank accounts has been founded by the researchers at security firm Promon, which puts millions of users at risk of getting their bank accounts drained. Who is at risk? The vulnerability, termed StrandHogg, is hard to detect on an infected device as it disguises as a legit app. StrandHogg affects all versions of Android, including Google's latest security-focused Android 10. According to the rese........

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26 11 terror attacks mastermind enjoying pakistan s hospitality india

26/11 terror attacks mastermind 'enjoying' Pakistan's hospitality: India

India on Friday said there was a feeling among the international community that Pakistan was not being serious in taking action against the perpetrators of the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks, despite the fact that its mastermind, Jammat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed, is "enjoying" Islamabad's hospitality and roaming around "freely". "We all know who were the perpetrators in the attack and we all know who is the mastermind is. We are aware that the mastermind is roaming freely and enjoying Pakistan's hospitality. We have shared all the evidence with them. ........

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accused should be shot dead says uttar pradesh woman s father

Accused should be ‘shot dead’, says Uttar Pradesh woman’s father

Referring to the encounter of four rape accused by the police in Telangana on Friday, the father of a 23-year-old Uttar Pradesh woman, who dies at a hospital in Delhi, said that he wants the accused to be ‘shot dead’. The UP woman suffered burn injuries after she was set on fire by men accused of raping her. "All I want from the government and the authorities is that either they should be hanged or they should be shot dead, like what happened near Hyderabad. I am not greedy. I don't want any house to ........

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