ICSI CS June 2020 exam: Cut-off date for pre-examination test, orientation programme relaxed

ICSI CS June 2020 exam: In view of the prevailing coronavirus pandemic, the Institute of Companies Secretaries of India (ICSI) has further extended the cut-off date for the pre-examination test and one-day orientation programme till August 31, 2020. This is a one-time measure and will be applicable to the CS June 2020 exam which is […]

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Samsung Extends Warranty on All Products in India Till June 15

Samsung is offering extended warranty to all customers in India whose warranty expired between March 20 and May 31. The warranty across all Samsung products in the country has been extended till June 15. The decision is particularly beneficial for customers residing outside containment zones, however, customers residing in the latter might face problems as […]

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Meghalaya Feels Tremors As 4.3 Magnitude Earthquake Hits India-Bangladesh Border

People across Meghalaya felt tremors as a 4.3 magnitude earthquake hit the India-Bangladesh border Shillong: A moderate intensity earthquake of 4.3 magnitude rocked the India-Bangladesh border this morning. There have been no reports of any damage, officials said. The earthquake took place around 7:10 am and its epicenter was located at a depth of 55 […]

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Cyclone Nisarga To Hit Alibaug Near Mumbai At Noon With 110 KMPH Winds: 10 Points

The cyclonic storm will make landfall near Alibaug, triggering heavy rain. Mumbai/ New Delhi: Tropical storm Nisarga, which intensified into a “severe cyclonic storm” this morning, is headed towards the Maharashtra and Gujarat coasts and is expected to make landfall near coronavirus-hit Mumbai this afternoon. This will be the second cyclone to strike India in […]

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Hackers and Hucksters Reinvigorate ‘Anonymous’ Brand Amid US Protests

The amorphous internet activist movement known as Anonymous staged an online resurgence in the past week on the back of real-world protests against police brutality. Born from Internet chat boards more than a dozen years ago, the collective was once known for organising low-skill but effective denial-of-service attacks that temporarily shut down access to payment […]

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Google Removes Viral Indian App That Deleted Chinese Ones: 10 Points

Google has pulled an app from its Google Play store that helped users identify and remove apps of Chinese origin. The Mountain View, California-based company told Gadgets 360 that the “Remove China Apps” application violated Google Play policy. Before getting removed from Google Play, the app – developed by Jaipur-based OneTouch AppLabs – clocked over […]

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Violence, looting in New York City ‘inexcusable’, ‘disgrace’: Cuomo

Governor Andrew Cuomo has said that the looting that happened in the New York City amid protests over the custodial killing of George Floyd is a “disgrace” and “inexcusable” and accused the police department and its Mayor Bill de Blasio of not doing their jobs. The authorities in the upscale New York City on Monday […]

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Elephant Who Ate Firecracker-Filled Pineapple Walked For Days In Pain

Kerala Elephant Incident: Fruit exploded in her mouth, leading to the inevitable tragedy. Thiruvananthapuram: No arrests have been made a week after a pregnant elephant died in Kerala’s Palakkad district, standing in a river. She had eaten a pineapple stuffed with crackers, allegedly placed by some locals. The death of the elephant and the trauma […]

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Twitter Names Ex Google CFO Pichette as Chair, Kordestani to Stay On

Twitter on Tuesday appointed Patrick Pichette, a former chief financial officer at Google, as the social network’s board chairman, marking the first time in Twitter’s history that an outsider will preside over the group. Pichette, who had been Twitter’s lead independent director since the end of 2018, will replace Omid Kordestani in leading the directors […]

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