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  • #YESIamThechange: Testimonies of men who have faced false allegations of abuse, violence 2 days ago

    This film focuses on sec 498-A, often ignored by the media. Testimonies of men who have faced false allegations of abuse and violence make this film a compelling watch. ...
  • 2 Indian-American doctors charged in insider trading scheme April 26, 2014

    New York: Two Indian-American doctors among six persons have been charged by federal regulator in an insider trading scheme where they reaped nearly USD 300,000 from confidential information. Suken Shah and his brother Shimul Shah received confidential tips from Christopher Saridakis, the CEO of the e-commerce company about its proposed...
  • CJ Youngistan: Are political parties ignoring the rights of transgenders? April 21, 2014

    With no mention of section 377 in poll manifestos, transgenders feel that their rights are being ignored by the country's top political parties. ...
  • CJ Youngistan: How significant is youth vote in Lok Sabha Polls ? April 13, 2014

    Is youth vote a hype or a real game changer? We chat with young voters and Aam Admi Party candidate from Mumbai south Meera Sanyal to find out how political parties are trying to reach the young electorate in the city. ...
  • Former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta should pay $15 million as penalty, US regulator tells court March 22, 2014

    Washington: US regulator SEC has asked an appeals court to affirm a district court's decision that India-born former Goldman Sachs director Rajat Gupta pay a $ 13.9 million penalty and be banned for life from serving as director of a public corporation. The federal regulator has filed a brief in the...
  • Delhi Metro sets ridership record with over 26 lakh commuters August 20, 2013

    Delhi Metro recorded the highest ridership on Monday with over 26 lakh commuters. "DMRC carried 26,06,364 passengers yesterday, thus setting a new ridership record and establishing itself as a major mass transit facility in the national capital region," a DMRC official said. The highest passenger footfall-- 9,83,397 was reported on Line...
  • New Delhi: Technical problems hit metro service August 20, 2013

    Delhi Metro services were again hit on Tuesday, the second time in the last five days on the Dwarka Sec 21 to Noida City Centre Blue line due to "technical" problems. "Due to technical problem between Karol Bagh and R K Ashram stations, train services are being run in 3 loops...
  • Over 82 pc turnout in 1st phase of AP panchayat polls July 23, 2013

    Hyderabad: A high turnout of over 82.31 per cent was reported in the first phase of gram panchayat polls in Andhra Pradesh, which was marred by stray clashes between workers of different political parties, officials said. Stray incidents of violence were also reported after the counting of votes with group clashes...
  • State Election Commission asks for report on TMC leader's remarks July 19, 2013

    The State Election Commission on Thursday sought a report from the Birbhum district magistrate and SP on controversial comments made by district Trinamool Congress president Anubrata Mondal to allegedly attack the police with bombs and set ablaze the houses of independents. "We have asked the DM and SP of Birbhum district...
  • NGO moves SC seeking change in WB panchayat polls dates July 2, 2013

    Kolkata: An NGO has moved the Supreme Court seeking a change in West Bengal panchayat poll dates arguing that elections will take place within the month of Ramzan. A hearing is expected in the apex court on Wednesday. The panchayat polls are scheduled to be held between July 11 and 25....
  • WB panchayat polls: SC to hear SEC's plea against Mamata govt June 28, 2013

    Kolkata: The Supreme Court and the Calcutta High Court will hear a petition on Friday from the West Bengal Election Commission which states the Mamata Banerjee government has not provided enough security forces for the state polls scheduled for July. The SC will apprise the government's capability to provide the...
  • SEC officials hold meetings to discuss panchayat polls April 1, 2013

    Kolkata: As the deadlock with West Bengal government heads for a point of no return, the State Election Commission on Sunday held meeting with its officials to discuss the next course of action regarding panchayat polls. State Election Commissioner Mira Pandey along with other senior officials of the commission on...
  • Rajaratnam agrees to pay $1.5 million in SEC case December 27, 2012

    New York: US hedge fund manager Raj Rajaratnam has agreed to pay disgorgement of about $1.5 million in a civil lawsuit filed by the Securities and Exchange Commission, and to waive his right to appeal the judgment, court papers showed. Rajaratnam would make the payment, representing the profits obtained by...
  • No proof hackers stole Apple data from PC: FBI September 5, 2012

    New York: The FBI said on Tuesday there was "no evidence" to support claims that hacking group Anonymous infiltrated an FBI agent's laptop and lifted a file with identification numbers for more than 12 million Apple products. Anonymous affiliate "AntiSec" posted a file on the Internet on Monday that it said...
  • AntiSec hackers leak 1 million Apple UDIDs September 4, 2012

    New Delhi: In an apparent breach of an Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agent's laptop by hacker group AntiSec over 1 million Apple unique device identifier numbers (UDID) were posted online. The UDIDs were reported to be stolen from FBI special agent Christopher Stangl's laptop. Earlier this year Stangl was one...
  • Oracle to pay $ 2 mn fine over India bribery charge August 17, 2012

    Washington: Software giant Oracle has agreed to pay $2 million to settle US regulators' charges that its Indian subsidiary violated foreign anti-bribery laws by secretly setting aside money to make unauthorised payments to phony vendors. In a complaint filed with the federal court in San Francisco, the US Securities and Exchange...
  • US: Rajat Gupta's last card June 11, 2012

    Rajat K Gupta is remarkably poised for a man who, if convicted of criminal conspiracy and securities fraud, could spend up to 20 years in jail. The 63-year-old ex-McKinsey head and former director on the boards of Goldman Sachs and Proctor & Gamble must have walked into meetings in a similar...
  • Accused LulzSec hacker pleads guilty in Sony breach April 6, 2012

    Los Angeles: Accused LulzSec hacker Cody Kretsinger pleaded guilty on Thursday in a US federal court in California to taking part in an extensive computer breach of Sony Pictures Entertainment. Kretsinger, a 24-year-old who used the moniker "Recursion," pleaded guilty to one count each of conspiracy and unauthorised impairment of a...
  • Hacker 'Sabu' worked full nights online for FBI March 9, 2012

    New York: One late-night visit by the FBI was all it took for the notorious hacker known as "Sabu" to switch sides and become a valued snitch. Hector Xavier Monsegur cooperated immediately in June, helping investigators close a net around five other leaders of the international hacking group Anonymous, according to...
  • Alleged LulzSec teenage hacker released on bail August 2, 2011

    London: A teenager accused of acting as a spokesman for computer hacking groups that targeted Sony, Rupert Murdoch-owned newspapers and a British crime agency was freed on bail Monday as he awaits trial. Jake Davis, who was arrested last week at home on Scotland's remote Shetland Islands by the police e-crime...
  • We've arrested LulzSec spokesman: Scotland Yard July 28, 2011

    London: Scotland Yard's cybercrime unit has arrested a teenager it suspects of working as the spokesman for the Lulz Security hacking collective, officials said Wednesday. The Metropolitan Police's Central e-Crime Unit arrested a 18-year-old at an address in Scotland's remote Shetland Islands, the force said in a statement. His name wasn't...
  • Sun website hacked, reports Murdoch dead July 19, 2011

    London: Computer hackers broke into the website of Rupert Murdoch's best-selling British tabloid and altered the front page to show a fake report about the media mogul's death. The hackers redirected visitors to the Twitter feed of hacker group Lulz Security, which came to prominence after several cyber assaults on the...
  • Hackers hit Apple, publish passwords July 5, 2011

    San Francisco: The Internet vigilante hacker group Anonymous claimed to have broken into an Apple Inc server and published a small number of usernames and passwords for one of the US technology company's websites. Anonymous said on Sunday via its account on microblogging site Twitter that Apple could be a target...
  • LulzSec hackers disband after last data dump June 27, 2011

    New York: The Lulz Security group of rogue hackers announced it was disbanding on Saturday with one last data dump, which included internal AOL Inc and AT&T documents. LulzSec, which gained wide recognition for breaching the websites of Sony Corp, the CIA and a British police unit among other targets, said...
  • Brazil government latest victim of hacker attack June 23, 2011

    Brasilia: Hackers briefly disabled three websites belonging to the Brazilian government early on Wednesday in the latest of an international wave of cyber attacks on companies and organizations. The sites for Brazil's federal government, presidency, and tax collection agency were inaccessible to the public for about two and a half hours...
  • New round of cyber attacks heightens focus on FBI June 22, 2011

    Washington: Each week brings word of another cyber attack on a major US institution, sending law enforcement scrambling and raising new questions about whether it has the ability or resources to track down cyber criminals. The FBI says it is working to bulk up its cyber division as hackers focus on...
  • LulzSec's ambition grows, targets secret govt data June 22, 2011

    Boston/Johannesburg: The Lulz Security group of rogue hackers is threatening to steal classified information from governments, banks and other high-ranking establishments, in what would be an escalation of its cyber attacks. So far LulzSec's publicized assaults on Sony Corp, the CIA, News Corp's Fox TV and other targets have mostly resulted...
  • Rajat Gupta lived a double life: report May 23, 2011

    Washington: Rajat Gupta, a former Indian American managing director of the global consulting firm McKinsey & Co, accused by US regulators of inside trading "has lived a double life," a leading US daily has suggested. In March, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filed an administrative order against him saying...
  • Govt: Offence under Sec 498-A to be bailable February 23, 2011

    Jaipur: Government is mulling making bailable offences under Section 498-A of IPC, which allows police to arrest the husband and in-laws of a woman for subjecting her to cruelty. Union Minister for Law and Justice M Veerappa Moily has voiced concern on the misuse of the provision during a meeting of...
  • 'If I were the FM, I would revise the tax slab' February 23, 2011

    In the Budget 2011 special, watch what would the aam aadmi have done had he been the Finance Minister. ...