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India witnesses highest one-day positive cases, proposes to relax lock-down on May 3

India witnesses highest one-day positive cases, proposes to relax in lockdown on May 3. With 1,752 new positive cases in the last 24 hours (Friday) India recorded its highest single-day spike in Covid-19 cases on Friday, taking the country’s tally to 23,452. 

Human trials for coronavirus vaccine begins in UK, Germany

 Oxford scientists have said that the COVID-19 jab they are developing has an 80 per cent chance of success. More than 80 teams around the world are currently working to develop a vaccine for COVID-19, with some at clinical trial stages.

Violence against healthcare staff to attracts up to 5 years in jail, fine

This comes hours after Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Health Minister Harsh Vardhan interacted with doctors and senior representatives of the Indian Medical Association (IMA), through a video conference, in New Delhi.

Violence against healthcare staff to attracts up to 5 years in jail, fine

This comes hours after Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Health Minister Harsh Vardhan interacted with doctors and senior representatives of the Indian Medical Association (IMA), through a video conference, in New Delhi.

WhatsApp’s multi-callers facility to support eight users on Android, iPhone

 Inspired by the stupendous growth of video meeting apps in social distancing times, WhatsApp has started rolling out a new feature for Android and iOS beta users that allows eight participants, from the current limit of 4, to join group audio and video calls.

PMO office holds meeting on Pollution with neighbouring states

 Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh has urged the Centre to find a consensus among the affected states to resolve the pollution problem caused by stubble burning.

WhatsApp confirms: Israeli spyware used on Indian journalists, activists for surveillance

WhatsApp confirms: Israeli spyware used on Indian journalists, activists for surveillance. The disclosure follows a lawsuit filed Tuesday in a US federal court in San Francisco in which WhatsApp alleged that the Israeli NSO Group targeted some 1,400 WhatsApp users with Pegasus.

Changing life-style of asserting Indian women

With the new asserting generation of young girls and women, as a class are now showing them self,much better then males in every way of life. Breaking with tradition of sharmili-type and stay-home-type, to grabbing top jobs in banks, ITs and software industry. 

WhatsApp bends under Indian Govt pressure to make changes, also appoints grievance officer

Under pressure to clamp down on sinister messages, Whatsapp has appointed a grievance officer for India and detailed out the process for users to flag concerns and complaints, including those around fake news.

WhatsApp to roll out Predicted Upload feature: Report

In an attempt to make sharing images more efficient on WhatsApp, the micro-blogging platform is reportedly rolling out "Predicted Upload" feature for its over 2 billion users.

UIDAI allows use of OTP for Aadhaar-based SIM reverification from December 1

The Unique Identification Authority of India has approved the blueprint presented by telcos to operationalise new modes like OTP for Aadhaar-based SIM reverification of existing subscribers from December 1.

Apple to recruit Indian techis for it Bengaluru, Hyderabad facilities

For the first time, Apple Inc has decided to come to an Indian engineering college with job offers. And after learning about the tech giant's presence at this year's campus recruitments, students at the International Institute of Information Technology (IIIT-H) here have found a good reason to be elated with optimism.

64-yr old gives birth to baby boy

The Meenas, devastated and lonely after the sudden death of their 31-year-old son in 2015, didn't lose hope. The Delhi-based couple opted for in vitro fertilization (IVF) and Chameli Meena delivered a healthy baby boy in March this year, at age 64.

Harvard specialists propose Genome technology for cancer treatment

An Indian origin Harvard doctor has proposed state-of-the-art genome technology to Punjab government to facilitate cancer treatment for patients in the state.

ISRO launches powerful rocket GSLV Mark III named “Fatboy” with GSAT-19 communication satellite in orbit

Indian Space Research Organisation on Monday successfully launched its most powerful rocket, GSLV Mk III nicknamed 'Fatboy', by firing a high thrust indigenous cryogenic engine in the first developmental flight and placed the country's heaviest satellite in orbit.

India’s South Asia satellite — A missed opportunity DoT survey finds 62.5% call drops from sample figures Regulatory regime mooted for WhatsApp, Facebook, Skype Vehicles with BS IV to sell from April 1 as SC bans BS-III cars ISRO’s GREAT LEAP FORWARD: With launching of 104 satellites in one go, ISRO’s next step the nano market iPhone 7 models that will boast faster chips, more sophisticated cameras Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) will replace flash Drive for storing data India ranked world’s No. 1 exporter of information and communication technology: UN agency report CBI accuses Ex-ISRO chief Nair in Antrix fraud of RS 578 crore India successfully test-fired its indigenously developed supersonic interceptor missile ISRO launches seventh Regional Navigation Satellite System India's own Free Wi-Fi at 3 Unesco sites including Humayun’s tomb for 30 minutes Worlds first healthy baby produced using ovarian tissue frozen 15 years ago Taj, Khajuraho among 25 tourist destinations to be made free Wi-Fi zones National Portability to retain to your mobile number while shifting to anywhere in India WhatsApp starts introducing free voice calling feature India to surpass US as a largest Facebook users on Mobile phones India successfully test-fired Agni-5 Kolkata first city in India to go fully Wi-Fi in by March 2015 At last BJP happily embraced UPA’s nuclear deal: Congress to Obama India-US make major breakthrough in N-deal Internet to disappear soon into Background: Google boss’s prediction Apple turning its retails stores into art galleries Samsung launches four new mid-segment smartphones in India