Praveen Kumar _ It is bogus to claim that Section 66A will fight cyber crime. Freedom of expression is a fundamental right which entitles every individual to articulate his view. The govt. cannot take away this very dear right just because it is incompetent to protect the communication network. … [Read more...] about Does Section 66A curb or safeguard the social media?
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Once an alert is issued, a terminal manager takes corrective action such as opening more check-in counters or re-deploying airport personnel. If the situation is not brought under control within a stipulated time, more alerts are issued. … [Read more...] about Sensors ensure social distancing at IGIA
New Delhi: Physical distancing in an airport is not very easy to accomplish and certainly needs more than just security personnel for enforcement. That is why Delhi International Airport Limited, the operator of Indira Gandhi International Airport, has installed around 513 overhead sensors at Terminal 3. These generate a density map that alerts ground staff immediately when flyers breach social distancing norms.DIAL announced the innovative measure on Tuesday and said the sensor system sends alerts to a team of over 200 marshals and ground staff that helps them to precisely identify the area where social distancing rules are being flouted. DIAL says it has adopted the technology in anticipation of a possible increase in passenger load when full-fledged international operations are permitted.The airport officials explained that the sensors of the technology, XOVIS PTS, generate a grid of the area, identifying people as moving dots. If the dots get too close and signify crowding, the … [Read more...] about How Sensors Will Help Maintain Social Distancing At IGI Airport
As per the information provided by the district administration, Nagaraju, 43, the deceased employee who was attached with Sandur public health facility in Ballari district was vaccinated for COVID-19 at about 1 p.m. on Saturday and did not have any uneventful events 24 hours after vaccination. It was only on Monday at 9.30 p.m. that he complained of chest pain and collapsed. After preliminary treatment, he rushed to Jindal Sanjeeveni, Toranagal, where he died. … [Read more...] about Vaccination ruled out as cause of death
NEW DELHI: India is considering revising its foreign investment rules for e-commerce, three sources and a government spokesman told Reuters, a move that could compel players, including Amazon.com Inc, to restructure their ties with some major sellers.The government discussions coincide with a growing number of complaints from India's bricks-and-mortar retailers, which have for years accused Amazon and Walmart Inc-controlled Flipkart of creating complex structures to bypass federal rules, allegations the US companies deny.India only allows foreign e-commerce players to operate as a marketplace to connect buyers and sellers. It prohibits them from holding inventories of goods and directly selling them on their platforms.Amazon and Walmart's Flipkart were last hit in December 2018 by investment rule changes that barred foreign e-commerce players from offering products from sellers in which they have an equity stake.Now, the government is considering adjusting some provisions to prevent … [Read more...] about Government plans foreign investment rule changes that could hit Amazon