Days after a massive fire ripped through a four-storey building housing illegal manufacturing units at Anaj Mandi, owners of the illegal manufacturing units in the area are moving out at midnight fearing action from civic agencies. The fire had claimed 43 lives. A police officer said that owners of illegal units operating from residential premises have started moving out after a joint team of MCD, BSES, police and district administration kicked off a verification drive in the area.“We have arrested Suhail, brother-in-law of the building owner Rehan. Suhail also owns two units in the building. A total of 18 manufacturing units were operating from the building. Imran, brother of Rehan is absconding. He will be arrested soon,” said the officer.During investigation, it was found that a total of seven commercial electricity meters were installed in the building. The top two floors of the building were constructed illegally.“We have recovered hard disks of CCTVs installed … [Read more...] about Fearing action, owners of illegal units shifting at night
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Washington: The globally grounded Boeing 737 MAX planes are unlikely to restart operations until 2020 as it will take time to fix a flight-control software and complete other work, government and industry officials have said. The aircraft is currently expected to return to the air in January 2020, 12 months after the company proposed the initial replacement of software implicated in two deadly crashes, Xinhua news agency quoted US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) officials and industry leaders as saying on Sunday. Boeing executives, FAA engineers and global aviation regulators have extended the safety analyses to cover a growing list of almost all the issues from emergency recovery process to potentially suspect electronic components. The Wall Street Journal on Sunday quoted officials at the FAA and pilot-union leaders as saying that no firm timeline has been established but one scenario anticipates the plane could return to the air in January 2020. American Airlines have … [Read more...] about Boeing 737 MAX unlikely to restart operations by 2020
By Matt Day A coalition of children’s advocacy organizations is asking U.S. regulators to investigate whether Amazon.com Inc.’s Echo kids smart speaker violates privacy law. The Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood and the Center for Digital Democracy, joined by several other interest groups, plans to file a complaint Thursday with the Federal Trade Commission saying Amazon’s Echo Dot Kids Edition infringes on children’s privacy rights. The company retains voice recordings indefinitely and, in some cases, holds onto their personal data even after users tried to delete it, according to the complaint. Those practices violate the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, said Josh Golin, executive director of the CCFC. “Given that Amazon has the money to pay the best corporate privacy attorneys that money can buy, it seems really strange that this was done in such a way that it does violate COPPA in so many ways,” said Golin, who added … [Read more...] about Is Amazon’s Echo Dot Kids Edition violating your child’s privacy?
The Kempegowda International Airport here commenced operations on the new South Runway with the landing of the first flight on the 4,000-metres long and 45-metres wide airstrip on Friday. This makes the BLR Airport the first in the country to operate independent parallel runways, enabling aircraft to land or take-off simultaneously on both runways, it said in a statement. "It is a historic day for us at BLR Airport as we commenced operations on the new runway," said Hari Marar, MD & CEO, Bangalore International Airport Limited, operator of the BLR Airport. Our first runway opened 11 years ago and became a linchpin for the region's economic development during the last decade. With the aviation industry in India set for exponential growth, two operational runways will provide the thrust required to cater to this demand and further bolster growth of Karnataka and India", he said. The South Runway will begin with limited landings and take offs before gradually scaling up flight … [Read more...] about Bangalore Airport’s Second Runway commences Operations
Washington: Nearly 10,000 Indians were detained in the US in 2018 by law enforcement agencies as part of their operations to identify and remove aliens who present a danger to national security or are a risk to public safety, according to a government report. Of these, 831 were removed from the US, the report said on Tuesday. According to the report titled Immigration Enforcement: Arrests, Detentions, and Removals, and Issues Related to Selected Populations by Government Accountability Office, the number of Indians detained by the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement or the ICE has more than doubled between 2015 and 2018. In 2015, the ICE had detained 3,532 Indians, which increased to 3,913 in 2016; 5322 in 2017 and 9,811 in 2018. According to the report, the ICE removed 831 Indians in 2018. The figure was 296 in 2015; 387 in 2016 and 474 in 2017. The number of administrative arrests of Indians by the ICE in 2015 was 317, which increased to 390 in 2016, 536 in 2017, and 620 in 2018, … [Read more...] about Nearly 10,000 Indians Detained in US in 2018 in Removal Operations, Says Report