Data Protection Bill a Deterrent for Businesses Who Wilfully Do Wrong: Justice B Srikrishna

The proposed data protection bill, making offences cognisable and non-bailable, is a deterrent for businesses who willfully do wrong as giant corporations can otherwise get away with flagrant breaches ‘merely by throwing the fine monies,’ Justice B Srikrishna has said. “Every modern statute has a criminal liability clause. That is a deterrent for those who will … Read more

Kids who love maths have higher chances of getting good marks

Scientists found that positive emotions and success at learning in math mutually reinforce each other. Kids who love maths have higher chances of getting good marks RELATED STORIES India’s first floating elementary school in Manipur to render education to homeless Haryana: New university named after Guru Gobind Singh to come soon, says CM CBSE 2017 … Read more

John Allison, the man who could be Donald Trump’s bank chief

American banks likely will have a new chief regulator soon, with one of the most likely candidates a welcome name to Wall Street. John Allison is a name frequently mentioned when it comes to potential candidates President-elect Donald Trump is considering to run the nation’s financial system, though a handful of other names also have … Read more

3 social media lessons from Donald Trump for CEOs who want to win

Hearsay CEO on corporate social media  Tuesday, 25 Oct 2016 | 2:35 PM ET | 02:34 If Donald Trump goes down in flames on Election Day it won’t just be the GOP that has learned a valuable lesson as it searches for a winning public message to take with it into an uncertain future. The New … Read more

Meet Raghuram Rajan’s teacher who now works for tribal people of Madhya Pradesh

Former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan was once the student of ex-IIT Delhi professor Alok Sagar, who left his prestigious IIT job in 1982 to serve the tribal people of Madhya Pradesh. In brief: Know about this noble person The Professor did his Bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering and also pursued Master’s from IIT Delhi. After completing … Read more

FBI arrests hackers who allegedly leaked info on government agents

U.S. authorities have arrested two suspects allegedly involved in dumping details on 29,000 officials with the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security. Andrew Otto Boggs and Justin Gray Liverman have been charged with hacking into the internet accounts of senior U.S. government officials and breaking into government computer systems. ADVERTISING Both suspects were arrested … Read more

Inspiring testimonies of students who battled hardships to get into IITs

even as most folks give up at the face of adversities, there are a few who take the demanding situationshead on and emerge positive. case in point being Rajanikant Nayak, son of a widow each day salary earner, who regardless of all thebarriers, managed to crack the JEE superior. The list of detrimental circumstance that … Read more

Microsoft’s fascinating GigJam service is open to anyone who wants an invite

Anyone can get into the private beta of MIcrosoft’s new GigJam productivity service, which is aimed at helping teams of people collaborate in real time over the Internet, the company announced Thursday. GigJam combines data from a variety of services including Microsoft’s own Office 365, Trello, Dropbox, and Salesforce. Users can then bring that information … Read more

Battle of the VR systems: Who will win?

Sony’s announcement of the pricing and release date of the PlayStation VR, a virtual reality (VR) gaming system, has set the scene for tough competition among tech giants offering VR products. A report by market researchers SuperData estimates VR gaming software and devices generating $5.1 billion in revenue in 2016. This week, Sony Computer Entertainment … Read more

Battle of the VR systems: Who will win?

Sony’s announcement of the pricing and release date of the PlayStation VR, a virtual reality (VR) gaming system, has set the scene for tough competition among tech giants offering VR products. A report by market researchers SuperData estimates VR gaming software and devices generating $5.1 billion in revenue in 2016. This week, Sony Computer Entertainment … Read more