Share Petrol pumps get into digital overdrive, play up wallets
Making a push to promote digital payment post demonetisation, petrol pumps across the country have installed infrastructure to accept not just credit and debit cards but e-wallets and mobile wallets as an alternative to cash. Also, over 4,800 petrol pumps ...Continue Reading...
Sushma Swaraj Helps An Indian in London Despite Suffering Kidney Failure
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj is undergoing treatment for kidney ailments but that didn’t stop her from performing her duties. Sushma Swaraj, who has been admitted to AIIMS after a kidney failure, has come to the rescue of a London-based NRI ...Continue Reading...
22 Year Old Hacks Modi App; Exposes Threat to Datas of 7 Million Users
A 22-year-old boy has hacked the Narendra Modi app and exposed the threat to the data of 7 million people. According to a YourStory report, hacker Javed Khatri claimed that he was able to hack the app. In an email which he sent to YourStory, he wrote: “I am ...Continue Reading...
Religious Places Turn Into Black Marketing Spots Post Demonetisation
After the announcement of demonetisation of high denomination notes by PM Modi on November 8 black money holders are using every possible ways to convert their black into white. It has given rise to a new commission mafia and a number of people be it Modi ...Continue Reading...
Supreme Court rejects plea to play national anthem in courts
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday rejected a plea filed by BJP leader and lawyer Ashwani Kumar Upadhyay seeking playing of national anthem in all courts before the beginning of the proceedings. A bench of justices comprising of Amitava Roy and Dipak ...Continue Reading...
Demonetisation: 27 senior PSU bank officials suspended on corruption charges
Action has been taken against 33 officials of state-owned banks who were found violating norms laid down by the Reserve Bank of India in the aftermath of demonetisation of high-value banknotes. “Some cases have come to notice of officials involved in ...Continue Reading...
Notes ban to have long-term benefits; disruption temporary: FM
Conceding that demonetisation may create a disruption in short-term, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said the impact on the economy may be seen “for a quarter or so” but relative advantages are going to be much more in the long run. ...Continue Reading...
Demonetisation: Supreme Court asks Center to spell out steps to ease inconvenience
The Supreme Court today asked the Centre to spell out measures taken to ease the sufferings and inconvenience of people in rural areas, who are mostly dependent on co-operative banks, post-demonetisation. A bench of Chief Justice T S Thakur and Justice D Y ...Continue Reading...
Aadhaar Card Could Be Used as Debit Card Soon
New Delhi: Aadhaar cardholders would soon be able to use their cards to credit or debit money. The move comes in the wake of the government’s efforts to encourage cashless transactions in the country. To avail the service, cardholders will have to enter ...Continue Reading...
Connecting People: Nokia set to make a comeback in smartphones
Nokia, surely the first mobile phone brand for many of us, is ready to re-connect. Once the world’s biggest mobile phone brand, the Finnish company had all but faded into oblivion as smartphones – led by Korean giant Samsung and Steve ...Continue Reading...
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- 32ft statue of Sri Madhwacharya being installed on an eight-feet high panipeetha
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