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Kabul hotel attack shows need to deal with issue of safe havens to terrorists, says India

Kabul hotel attack shows need to deal with issue of safe havens to terrorists, says India

India today strongly condemned the attack on a luxury hotel in Kabul, saying reports about the assault being carried out by Haqqani Network terrorists underlines the need to effectively deal with the issue of safe havens to terrorists in "our shared neighbourhood".

Hansraj Ahir asks ABVP to firm grip on colleges
Hansraj Ahir asks ABVP to firm grip on colleges

Union Minister of State for Home Hansraj Ahir today said the ABVP should accept the challenge that no student leader with Leftist ideology stand in any college and that ABVP should emerge as a powerful union of students.

Donald Trump seeks 'constitutional option' to end government shutdown
Donald Trump seeks 'constitutional option' to end government shutdown

US President Donald Trump today suggested Republicans to go for the so-called "nuclear-option" which requires a simple majority in the 100-member Senate as against 60, as intense negotiations with the Democrats were on to end the government shutdown, the first in five years.

Who is Ashok Lavasa, the new Election Commissioner of India
Who is Ashok Lavasa, the new Election Commissioner of India

Ashok Lavasa on Sunday was appointed as the new Election Commissioner of India. He will assume the post from January 23. Lavasa is a 1980 batch IAS officer of Haryana cadre

Budget 2018: Housing For All by 2022 will be possible if Modi government includes these points in its budget
Budget 2018: Housing For All by 2022 will be possible if Modi government includes these points in its budget

Budget 2018: In July last year, Modi government introduced GST or Goods and Services Tax. As per the pre-budget memorandum by NAREDCO, the intent of GST is to be tax neutral and create One Nation One Tax.

AAP MLA disqualification row: Arvind Kejriwal slams BJP, here's what he said
AAP MLA disqualification row: Arvind Kejriwal slams BJP, here's what he said

Attacking Cenre, Arvind Kejriwal said he was targeted through CBI, adding, that Centre could only find "one corrupt man in the country".

Over 20% of TCS' hiring in last 12 months was outside India
Over 20% of TCS' hiring in last 12 months was outside India

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), India's largest software services firm, hired over 20 per cent of its new recruits in the last one year in international markets as part of its "localisation initiatives".

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Less than 10% of Gmail users enable two-factor authentication, says Google
Less than 10% of Gmail users enable two-factor authentication, says Google

Despite the growth of sophisticated cyber threats globally, Google has said that less than 10 per cent of active Gmail users have enabled two-factor authentication making the remaining 90 per cent more vulnerable to cyber attacks.

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