Video PlayerClose Chinese President Xi Jinping, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, attends the opening ceremony of the 10th National Congress of Returned Overseas Chinese and their Relatives in Beijing, capital of China, Aug. 29, 2018. (Xinhua/Li Xueren) BEIJING, Aug. 29 (Xinhua) -- About 3,000 people attended the opening ceremony of the 10th National Congress of Returned Overseas Chinese and their Relatives in Beijing Wednesday. Chinese leaders Xi Jinping, Li Keqiang, Li Zhanshu, Wang Yang, Wang Huning, Han Zheng and Wang Qishan attended the ceremony. On behalf of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, Zhao Leji delivered a speech at the event, expressing congratulations to the congress and extending greetings to returned overseas Chinese and their relatives, Chinese people living abroad and workers with the All-China Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese (AFROC). During … [Read more...] about Top leaders attend congress of returned overseas Chinese
New Delhi: "How private is your data?" This query, made at a recent conference attended by the who’s who of the tech-policy scene in India, was a remark that stuck with many. The small overturn from an enquiry into to the degree of privacy – from "is your data private" to "how private is your data" – amplified its effect. It also set a new discourse on data privacy via data protection in India. With the winter session of Parliament in progress, lawmakers are set to discuss The Personal Data Protection Bill, 2018. It seeks to regulate the processing of personal data of individuals by government and private entities and has been listed in the order of business in Parliament. Transparency While the Bill allows processing only if the individual consents to it, or in a situation of medical emergency, or by the government to provide welfare benefits, it is unclear who it actually is intended to protect. According to the Bill, personal data is “directly or indirectly … [Read more...] about India’s Data Bill Sets New Precedent on Privacy and Protection. But Whose Data Is It Anyway?
The Daily Telegraph reports the Fijian winger has told close friends he wants to return to NRL with South Sydney. Stream over 50 sports live & anytime on your TV or favourite device with KAYO SPORTS. The biggest Aussie sports and the best from overseas. Just $25/month. No lock-in contract. Get your 14 day free trial > Semi Radradra during his time at the Eels. Picture: Brett CostelloSource:News Corp Australia The Rabbitohs could become a serious player in the market following the retirement of Sam Burgess due to a recurring shoulder injury, but are still waiting to hear from the NRL whether they will receive salary cap dispensation for the English star’s contract which was worth around $1 million per season. Radradra has recently been linked with a move to Redfern, while Canterbury expressed interest before he represented Fiji in the Rugby World Cup. Radradra met with Bulldogs powerbrokers before the tournament kicked off to express an interest in luring back to the … [Read more...] about Homesick Semi Radradra set to sacrifice $2 million to return to the NRL
If India can pull off the privatisations in the next 3-6 months, that’s a tremendous news for the fisc, for the bond market and in turn for the whole macro economy, says Saurabh Mukherjea, Founder and CIO, Marcellus Investment. Excerpts from an interview with ETNOW. What are you making of the series of announcements that came in last night? The government has clearly decided to go full steam ahead on the divestment agenda. How soon do you think they are going to manage to roll this out?A lot of credit goes to the finance minister. From August onwards, she has been very clear that they will do whatever it takes to pull the economy out of the morass that we find ourselves in. As I was watching the announcement last night, it reminded me watching Rahul Dravid bat in one of India’s overseas test matches in the 90s. Wickets fell all around him but he carried on batting and held up the fort for India. In a somewhat similar situation, Finance Minister is doing a stellar job in … [Read more...] about BPCL, Concor sale to fetch govt $20b: Saurabh Mukherjea
Facebook Vice-President, Global Affairs and Communications, Nick Clegg met Home Minister Amit Shah at his North Block office on Thursday. Mr. Clegg also met National Security Advisor Ajit Doval during the day, said officials, speaking on condition of anonymity.“Former Deputy Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Global Vice President of Facebook & Instagram, Mr @nick_clegg, called on Union Home Minister Shri @AmitShah,” the Ministry of Home Affairs tweeted. India has been pressing social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter to share encryption keys and install servers here to help track ‘harmful’ content. ‘Rights of individuals’Speaking at an event, Mr. Clegg said data sharing was crucial for national security as India right now found itself “locked out” of major global data-sharing initiatives aimed at clamping down on serious crime and terrorism, Press Trust of India reported. Also Read Aadhaar-social media account … [Read more...] about Facebook’s Nick Clegg meets Amit Shah, Ajit Doval; says data akin to water