The election commissioner has cancelled the 2014 voter list for graduate assembly constituency and is preparing a new list. Pune graduate assembly constituency includes voters from Pune, Kolhapur, Satara, Sangli and Solapur district. … [Read more...] about BJP to hold graduate voter registration drive on Nov 1
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By Filip CotfasProtecting sensitive data has become a requirement for most organizations around the world as data breaches have become increasingly common. Companies have now realized that data protection is no longer an afterthought, but a building block of any successful modern business, and have started building complex data protection strategies in line with compliance requirements and new international standards. Encryption has emerged as a key element of such strategies and an efficient and simple way to secure data from both malicious outsiders and careless insiders.Encrypting Data at Rest: Data found on work devices is often the most vulnerable to data breaches. Whether it is stored on laptops, removable devices or mobile phones, if a device is stolen or lost, it means data can be easily accessed. Login credentials by themselves do not protect data on company computers from being accessed as they can easily be bypassed by booting a device using a USB drive. Encryption offers an … [Read more...] about Protecting your business data with encryption
October 2020 saw two disruptive events that were organised by the Government of India for collaborative knowledge creation. At the Vaishvik Bharatiya Vaigyanik (VAIBHAV) summit (https://bit.ly/35aC3O8), which was inaugurated on October 2, more than 3,000 overseas Indian-origin academicians and scientists from 55 countries, and about 10,000 Indians participated to ideate on innovative solutions to our challenges. The Prime Minister articulated this spirit of knowledge sharing while inaugurating the summit; he called it “a true sangam or confluence of great minds” where “we sit to form our long-lasting association for empowering India and our planet”. The concluding session has been planned on October 31. This has been concomitant to the Responsible AI for Social Empowerment (RAISE) 2020 summit (https://bit.ly/2IN0Dx4), which was from October 5-9. It was to charter a course to effectively use AI for social empowerment, inclusion, and transformation in key sectors … [Read more...] about The many bright spots on India’s innovation horizon
“My long journey began on 27 March. There was no transport available in the city. First, I walked all the way to the Delhi-UP border, then I found a place on the roof of a bus but it was so packed with public that I got down a short time later.” Fortunately, he spotted an acquaintance from his village, riding a bike. Together they drove in turns, reaching the destination 22 hours later. His wife, mother and sister were anxiously waiting for him. “I first took a bath, and then had dal-chawal... home is home... one can never depend on a big city.” … [Read more...] about Delhiwale: A cab driver’s pandemic exodus
This new-found assertiveness worried the Chinese no end as did the tough unyielding stance of Defence Minister Raj Nath Singh in his Moscow talks with Chinese Defence Minister Wei Fenghe on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit. The talks were inconclusive. … [Read more...] about Did Modi ignore Xi’s betrayal in Ladakh?