News channel booked for labeling Kulgam youths as militants: Police

News channel booked for labeling Kulgam youths as militants: Police

Jammu and Kashmir police on Wednesday registered a case against a news channel for telecasting pictures of two local youths from Kulgam district labeling them as militants.

Forces resort to aerial firing at Pinjoora

Forces resort to aerial firing at Pinjoora

Government forces on Wednesday fired several shots in air to disperse a group of youth at Pinjoora village of Shopian district.

Waqf earns Rs 60 cr in 3 yrs, spends nothing on any welfare scheme

Waqf earns Rs 60 cr in 3 yrs, spends nothing on any welfare scheme

Not a rupee of the Rs 60 crore revenue earned by the Waqf Board during the past three years has been spent on any welfare scheme.

Geelani concerned over detainees’ plight in Udhampur jail

Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman Syed Ali Geelani today expressed deep anguish and concern over the ‘worsening’ health condition of prisoners, saying “they are being ill-treated and subjected to mental and physical torture in jails.

8 years on, CUK construction in Ganderbal nowhere in sight

Despite passing of about eight years, the Central University Kashmir (CUK) being established in Ganderbal district is facing inordinate delay in its construction.

As Govt goes on rejecting SHRC recommendations, Commission counts appointment of Chairman as ‘achievement’

As the government continues to reject the majority of the recommendations made by the State Human Rights Commission (SHRC) in human rights cases, the Commission counted appointment of a chairperson and two new members as one of its “achievements” in 2017.

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Researchers locate Android spyware that can steal WhatsApp messages

Researchers locate Android spyware that can steal WhatsApp messages

Researchers from Russian cyber security company Kaspersky Lab have found an Android spyware that has the ability to steal WhatsApp messages via Accessibility Services and connect an infected device to Wi-Fi networks controlled by cybercriminals.

Microsoft patents 'mind control' brain interface

Microsoft patents 'mind control' brain interface

Technology giant Microsoft has been granted a patent for a brain control device that can give users mind control powers to operate apps with just their brains, without any movement.

Google expands further in China, opens new office

Google expands further in China, opens new office

After opening a research lab focused on artificial intelligence (AI) in China -- its first such centre in Asia - Google has reportedly opened another office in the country.

Our employees not monitoring Direct Messages: Twitter

Twitter has denied claims that its employees are monitoring Direct Messages (DM) exchanged among its over 300 million users on its platform.

Gene causing diabetes, low blood sugar levels identified

Researchers have identified a new gene that is thought to be critical in the regulation of insulin -- the key hormone in diabetes -- from a family with both high and low blood sugar conditions.

Facebook might lose lose $23 bn after announcing changes to News Feed

Facebook was on course to lose 17 billion pounds ($23 billion) of its value after it announced it was making changes to its News Feed feature that will allow users to see more updates from family and friends than posts from businesses, brands and media.

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