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Class 12 boy held for posting morphed videos on TikTok

AZAMGARH(Uttar Pradesh):A class 12 student was arrested here for morphing videos of two sisters and posting it on the Chinese social networking app TikTok.

Two terrorists, including woman, arrested in Punjab

CHANDIGARH:Punjab Police on Tuesday arrested two terrorists, including a woman, who were trying to revive terrorism in the state, officials said.
They were planning targeted killings of Hindu leaders, police sources said.

Pak-backed outfit sets Khalistan agenda on Google Play Store

NEW DELHI:Ahead of Kartarpur Corridor opening on Saturday, the US-based radical group, Sikhs for Justice (SFJ) -- learnt to be backed by Pakistan -- has adopted a new platform on Google Play Store to propagate its separatist Khalistan agenda.

Facebook let Tinder get special access to user data: Report

SAN FRANCISCO:Despite dismissing Tinder cofounder Sean Rad as irrelevant, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg allowed the dating app special access to user data, as revealed by leaked exchanges between the two executives.

Vistara to induct B787-9 Dreamliner, A321 for long-haul flights

NEW DELHI:Tata-Singapore Airlines (SIA) joint venture carrier Vistara will induct two Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner and one A321neo this fiscal to launch medium and long-haul international flights.

Vistara to induct B787-9 Dreamliner, A321 for long-haul flights

NEW DELHI:Tata-Singapore Airlines (SIA) joint venture carrier Vistara will induct two Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner and one A321neo this fiscal to launch medium and long-haul international flights.

IndiGo server collapses, long queues at airports

NEW DELHI:Passengers flying IndiGo faced long queues across airports on Monday morning after the airline's server collapsed.

Major media firms struggle to attract investor interest

MUMBAI:Indian media firms are struggling to attract investors and stocks of media firms, along with manufacturing and auto companies, are witnessing a sharp decline on the bourses for the past months.

Hardik posts throwback picture with Dhoni and Ziva

MUMBAI:India all-rounder Hardik Pandya, who last month underwent a successful surgery to treat his lower back issue which ruled him out of cricket for an indefinite period, is probably missing his teammates and the quality time he spent with them. Th Mumbai cricketer on Saturday took to photo and video-sharing social networking website Instagram where he posted a picture of himself with former India skipper M.S. Dhoni and his daughter Ziva.

Captain Amarinder singh lauchnes verka"s pio natural vanila milk & chealted minreal mixture

DERA BABA NANAK:Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Thursday launched the Pio Natural Vanilla Milk in 200 ml Tetra Pack, as well as Premium Chelated Mineral Mixture, under the Verka brand of Punjab Milkfed.

Mumbai, Hyderabad designated as UNESCO creative cities

PARIS:Indian cities Mumbai and Hyderabad are among the 66 urban settlements designated as creative cities by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) on Thursday, it said in a press statement.

Telecom circles abuzz: Vodafone to exit India

NEW DELHI:The telecom regulatory world is abuzz with feverish talk that the imperilled telecom operator, Vodafone, is ready to exit its India operations.

eBikeGo expanding its operations to four more cities after closing funding round led by Startup Buddy

NEW DELHI: eBikeGO, an electric two wheeler rental platform, has raised an undisclosed amount as part of its recent funding round led by Startup Buddy.

artificial intelligence to detect problems

CHANDIGARH—Chandigarh soon will have a solution in place to use artificial intelligence to detect problems with roads easily and cheaply to ensure safety of the man on wheels as well as avoiding damage to the vehicle. A former employee of Infosys, Manav Singal has developed “automated pothole and patch detection and management solution” and is all set to introduce it in Chandigarh, thus city will become first of using this system across the country, says Mr Singal.

US assures India of 'partnership', as Congress members criticise Kashmir restrictions

NEW YORK:While US President Donald Trump's Administration gave a reassurance that relations with India was a partnership and that it does not take a position on the revocation of Kashmir's special constitutional status, India's restrictions on communications and movement there have been criticised harshly by several members of US Congress.

our detained in Prayagraj for objectionable posts

PRAYAGRAJ:Four youths were detained for allegedly instigating religious sentiments and uploading objectionable posts on their social networking accounts in Prayagraj on Monday evening.

Lava launches 'Z41' entry level smartphone at Rs 3,899

NEW DELHI:Lava International Limited on Tuesday launched its new entry level smartphone, Lava Z41 for Rs 3,899.

Zomato eyes 20 crore users in India: Deepinder Goyal

NEW DELHI:Zomato Founder and CEO Deepinder Goyal on Tuesday said the online food delivery platform aims to serve 20 crore people in India over the next few years who will order food at least five times a month.

Over 48 thousand youth to be trained for disaster mitigation: CM

SHIMLA:Effective steps must be taken to build safer and disaster resilient Himachal by developing a holistic, pro-active, multi-disaster, technology driven and community based strategy for disaster management through collective efforts of all government agencies and non-governmental organisations.

Immune cells rewire, repair brain while we sleep: Study

NEW YORK:Researchers have found that immune cells called microglia, which play an important role in reorganising the connections between nerve cells, fighting infections, and repairing damage, are also primarily active while we sleep.


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