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MHA releases booklet to make teenagers aware on cyber security
Symbols are crucial for every candidate, for many voters identify them from the symbols before casting their vote.
Gone are the days when wiping the running nose of a child in a slum was a regular trick. Now it can be anything.
Contesting on a TRS ticket this time from Secunderabad Cantonment, the MLA, who won on a TDP ticket in 2014, says public response has been 'quite encouraging'
Sonu Sundeep Singh Sokhi and Amit Sharma, both from Hyderabad, have made the country proud by ending up in the top ranks with their performance over the last week at Valdosta of Georgia, United States.
With so much of data, both on personal front and on the business front, being stored digitally, security of data, or cyber security in other words, has become critical than ever.
Activists resort to all sorts of methods to gain an upper hand
ExseedSAT 1 will be launched on Nov 19 from SpaceX launchpad at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California
A thick blanket of horseshoe weed covers a major part of the lake
Eunryeol Park, 12, is a true friend of stray dogs as they run to him on seeing him, jump in joy and lick him from head to toe.
The CQ WW, popular after being first held in 1948, is the largest amateur radio competition in the world, with over 35,000 hams taking to the airwaves in the last week of October.
That aroma is unmistakable, the taste distinctive and the addiction, for most, lifelong, writes Dennis Marcus Mathew
The difference between drag racing in India and in the US boils down to the tarmac, or racing track, with tracks here having no traction or grip.
According to the Europol’s latest guide, cybercriminals are constantly looking for ways to make money at your expense.
As per identity cards issued by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), the five were identified as Tayub Yasin, his wife Safura Khatoon, Tayub’s brother Irshad, Safura’s 11-year-old brother Anwar and her son Safiyan.
Fraudsters are trying hard to get your personal information for whatever purposes might suit their crooked ways.
The study found that Telangana fared well on parameters such as ‘trust in the local police’ and ‘satisfaction with police help’.
Anil Rachamalla, who founded the group after he himself became a victim of cyber bullying, said the situation was such that anyone could say anything online and get away with it.
Child trafficking, both for labour purposes and prostitution, has always been a cruel menace across Telangana, finds out Dennis Marcus Mathew
Experts express doubts over interpretation of data from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services