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  • Tor, Tails privacy-protecting flaws show that no anonymity system is fail-safe 1 week ago

    San Francisco: Researchers have found a flaw that could expose the identities of people using a privacy-oriented operating system touted by Edward Snowden, just two days after widely used anonymity service Tor acknowledged a similar problem. The most recent finding concerns a complex, heavily encrypted networking program called the Invisible Internet...
  • Naresh Goyal to bring down his Jet stake to 51 pc April 29, 2013

    Mumbai: Jet Airways on Monday said its promoter and chairman Nareh Goyal will bring down his stake in the company to 51 per cent to meet the Sebi requirement of 25 per cent floating shares. The airline has decided to give three director posts to Etihad Airways following the stake...
  • 'Vishwaroopam' collects Rs 5.81 crore on first day February 9, 2013

    Chennai: Actor filmmaker Kamal Haasan's 'Vishwaroopam' raked in some Rs.5.81 crore on the day it released in Tamil Nadu. "Since it opened in theatres Thursday, the (collection is) expected to increase over the weekend," trade analyst Trinath told IANS. The film, written, produced and directed by Kamal Haasan, released Feb 7...
  • 'Vishwaroopam': First film to use Auro 3D in India September 20, 2012

    Kamal Haasan is always ahead of the times. And proving this now is his forthcoming film 'Vishwaroopam'. This magnum opus will be equipped with Auro 3D, for the first time in India. It is said that this unique format, Auro 3D will enhance the experience of watching a movie to a...
  • Tail of all C-130Js to be made in Hyderabad July 10, 2012

    Hyderabad: Hyderabad is poised to become a blip on the world’s defence map soon when the Tata Advanced Systems unit will start rolling out spare parts for the C-130J, the special operations aircraft made by the US that is presently in service in 15 countries. The Hyderabad factory will become...
  • 'India need to make some hard decisions' January 20, 2012

    Adelaide: Former Australian batsman Dean Jones says for India to regain the numero uno status in world cricket, they will have to find a "great core of fast bowlers and batsmen" who specialise in all three formats of the game. "This Indian team craves respect, but the way India are going...
  • Hema Malini urges ban on Tamil Nadu's Jallikattu July 1, 2011

    New Delhi: Veteran actress Hema Malini has written to Minister of Environment and Forests Jairam Ramesh on behalf of PETA urging him to ban Tamil Nadu's popular bull taming sport Jallikattu. Hema, who is from the state, says the bulls are kicked, punched, jumped on, and dragged to the ground, which...
  • Close shave for 139 passengers on board JetLite flight September 10, 2009

    Kolkata: A JetLite aircraft with 139 people on board suffered damage to its tail while taking off from Mumbai on Wednesday but landed safely at the NSC Bose airport in Kolkata. No one was injured in the incident described by the airline as "tail scrape". In a statement, JetLite claimed...
  • Airline chiefs dismiss safety fears over A330 jets June 9, 2009

    Kuala Lumpur: Several airline chiefs dismissed safety fears over the Airbus A330 on Tuesday, saying they were confident of the plane's reliability despite last week's Air France jet crash. Emirates Airline President Tim Clark said the company has a fleet of 29 A330-200 planes that have been flying since 1998. "It is...
  • AF 447: Jet vertical stabiliser found June 9, 2009

    Recife: Search crews recovered the vertical stabilizer from the tail section of an Air France airliner that went down in the Atlantic, Brazil's air force said on Monday, a key find that could help locate the black boxes and determine why the jet crashed. Eight more bodies also were found, bringing...