The Initiatives of the Indian Government still Far

The current Indian administration had announced in February 2018 that IT and ITeS services sector in India is of great importance to its economy. Abhinav Kumar According to IBEF (Indian Brand Equity Foundation) Eventually growing, the industry accounted for 7.7% in India’s GDP in 2016. An attempt to capitalize this industry, government had announced in February […]

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Confinement outside the boundaries of Central Prison

2G/3G signal jammers disrupt telecom services for residents living around the prison. By Jagriti Parakh Thousands of people living in areas around the Parappana Agrahara Central Prison in Bengaluru are facing network-issues because of the signal jammers installed in the prison premises. Kanupriya, a resident of Parappana Agrahara, said, “I have a new mobile phone, […]

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Tech-inspiring Tech Summit 2019

Bengaluru: The Bengaluru Tech Summit gave a hint of a smart future for the country, Startups came with unique innovations By Shivani Verma One of the conferences held today was about Digital Technologies to Transform Commercial Aerospace, the Netherlands whose moderator was Mr. Gert Heijkoop, Netherlands Consulate General in Bangalore. Speakers were H.E. Marten Van […]

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Science is fun with Robotics in the syllabus

Robotics is being taught as a subject in several schools across Bangalore. Students say that it is fun to learn science in a new way. Shalu Chowrasia Science can be fun for students at all schools if Robotics is introduced as a subject, co-founder of QtPi, Anto Jerlin says. “The curriculum at regular schools is […]

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India launches first microgravity experiment.

Space biotechnology start-up launched India’s first microgravity experiment on International Space Station for rice cultivation. Ishika Dangayach  A private Indian space company has collaborated with National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and a private United States-based space company to launch India’s first microgravity experimentto be conducted on-board the International Space Station (ISS).The experiment will study behavior […]

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No jobs force engineers to pay extra

Promises of guaranteed placements during the economic slowdown are driving engineering graduates to spend extra money on courses which they’ve already graduated in. . By Yashasvini Razdan Declining placement rates in engineering colleges are forcing engineers to spend money on additional courses, to make themselves employable as per industry standards. Arpitha, a Computer Science engineer […]

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Accounts of contact less debit and credit card users at risk

Over a dozen fraud cases have been registered with the city cybercrime police station in Bengaluru in past one month. By Abhinav Kumar Contactless debit and credit card users in Bengaluru are under higher risk of banking frauds. Around 15 cases have been registered with the Cyber Crime Cell in the month of October.  Such […]

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DigiLocker bugs thwart Digital India

Meity’s DigiLocker fails as users complain of bug issues time and again By Shivani Verma Bengaluru: Ever since the launch of the DigiLocker application in 2015 by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (Meity), Government of India, over 30,000 critical reviews regarding bug and login issues are found in PlayStore alone. “There hasn’t been […]

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Cyber crime around town, only one station lodging complaints

Though 50 to 60 cybercrime cases are reported every day in the city, victims of cybercrime have to go to the only cybercrime police station in Infantry Road to lodge a complaint. Yumna Ahmed There is one cybercrime station in Bangalore and officials say that there is a delay in solving cases due to shortage […]

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