IT is not just Uttar Pradesh where farmers have upped the ante. In poll-bound Punjab, the entire spectrum of political parties are worried as angry farmers have more or less decided not to allow them electioneering in villages.
Until now, the ire of farm unions were against the BJP which, they blame, for bringing the three central agricultural laws. But now, farmers have told all political parties, especially the BJP, that they are not welcome in villages till the Centre repeals the three farm laws and brings in a law that guarantees MSP for every crop.
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What Is New In The Crypto World ?
POPULAR Bollywood star Salman Khan is a brand ambassador for a nonfungible token (NFT) mobile app. These tokens use distributed ledger technology or blockchain to record the ownership of a creative asset. They can be traded on a global platform like Ethereum. Cricketer Dinesh Karthik created a digital asset from the video of the last ball six he hit three years ago against Bangladesh to win a trophy for India. The video had 212 million (21.2 crores) views on YouTube. That token is up for an auction.
Bull Run Expected To Continue This Week Amid Strong Quarterly Earning Show
The market scaled new highs last week with the Nifty50 surpassing 18,000 and the BSE Sensex scaling above the 61,000mark for the first time. The 30-share index added 1,246.89 points or 2.08% to end the Friday session at record closing high of 61,305.95, while the Nifty50 closed at 18,338.55 with 443.35 points or 2.48% gains.
Terrorists Kill Two More Non-Locals In Kashmir, L-G Vows Harsh Action
Both victims from Bihar; third recuperating at hospital; political parties condemn attack
Pak Oppn calls on ISI boss to step down
IN an unusual development, Pakistan's Opposition parties have demanded resignation of spy agency Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) chief Lt Gen Faiz Hameed at a public rally in Punjab province.
FIRST BLACK U.S. STATE SECRETARY COLIN POWELL DIES
COLIN Powell, a US war hero and the first Black secretary of state who saw his legacy tarnished when he made the case for war in Iraq in 2003, died on Monday from complications from Covid-19.
On a festive spree
THE festive season is here and with COVID-19 restrictions gradually lifting, Delhi is witnessing a number of exhibitions and events make a major comeback. Every year, Diwali is when a shopaholic's dream comes true, as an array of brands usually go on sale.
With Punch at ₹5.49L, Tata Motors eyes more SUV space
HOME-GROWN auto major Tata Motors on Monday said that it is eyeing a very dominating position in the SUV segment with the launch of Company's smallest SUV Punch (starting price ₹5.49 lakh).
Red light on, gaadi off' drive to curb emissions begins
THE Delhi government kicked started its month-long 'Red Light On, Gaadi Off' campaign across 100 busy junctions in the city on Monday in a bid to check vehicular emissions.
LAKHIMPUR, A QUESTION OF HUMAN DIGNITY
The law should be always above the politics of the day. However, in the UP model, the law is only an instrument of political power
Record rain brings first 'good' air day of year
City reports fourth-highest 24-hour rainfall received in October since 1910; IMD gauges 87.9 mm rain on single day
Covid-19 Provides Cover for Hackers
The travails of a banking software maker show how vulnerable corporate security is
Microsoft Ends Free Windows 7 Security Updates
If you’re still using Microsoft’s Windows 7, your computer might soon be at risk.
With The App Defense Alliance, Google Play Protect Might Actually Keep Malware Off Your Phone
Google has announced a new alliance to augment its inadequate Play Protect malware-detection system.
Welcome To The Hacker Hotel!
Back doors to your personal data can be found all over hotel rooms, from the smart TV to the remote control drapes.
Sophisticated Surveillance Malware Spotted On Android And iOS Phones
Most of the malware targeting phones is the product of a handful of disaffected people looking to make a quick buck.
British Cyber Expert Pleads Guilty To Creating Malware
A British cybersecurity researcher credited with stopping a worldwide computer virus has pleaded guilty to developing malware to steal banking information.
India Election Body Struggles With Scale Of Fake Information
When India’s Election Commission announced last month that its code of conduct would have to be followed by social media companies as well as political parties, some analysts scoffed, saying it lacked the capacity and speed required to check the spread of fake news ahead of a multi-phase general election that begins April 11.
Asus Computers Infected By Auto-update Virus
In a sophisticated targeted espionage operation, hackers infected tens of thousands of computers from the Taiwanese vendor ASUS with malicious software using the company’s online automatic update service, security researchers reported this week.
India At A Crossroads
India is known as the land of contradictions, and recent events do little to undermine that reputation.
That Russia Router Malware Threat Might Be Worse Than Feared!
In some cases, a full factory reset may be required.