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Stalled wedding processions, overpriced water, social abomination: Dalits in Rajasthan’s Madhopura continue to suffer atrocities
India

Stalled wedding processions, overpriced water, social abomination: Dalits in Rajasthan’s Madhopura continue to suffer atrocities

In a stark reminder of the atrocities against those belonging to the lower castes, a Dalit groom in Rajasthan’s Madhopura village was prevented by members of the Jat community from sitting on the mare, citing religious sentiments

Video clip shows tribal woman in Madhya Pradesh being beaten up and forced to carry husband on shoulders
India

Video clip shows tribal woman in Madhya Pradesh being beaten up and forced to carry husband on shoulders

A probe was ordered on Saturday after a video clip of a young tribal woman carrying her husband on her shoulders as punishment meted out by villagers went viral on social media.

Nine-year-old girl in Jharkhand's East Singhbhum raped and murdered by unidentified persons; police conduct raids
India

Nine-year-old girl in Jharkhand's East Singhbhum raped and murdered by unidentified persons; police conduct raids

A nine-year-old girl was allegedly raped and murdered by unidentified persons in Jharkhand's East Singhbhum district.

Argentinian channel Cronica TV issues bizarre welcome to Narendra Modi, claims 'Apu Arrived' as PM arrives in Buenos Aires
India

Argentinian channel Cronica TV issues bizarre welcome to Narendra Modi, claims 'Apu Arrived' as PM arrives in Buenos Aires

Cronica TV displayed the image of Apu from The Simpsons with the caption "Apu Arrived" as Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Buenos Aires.

19-year-old woman in Odisha dies after being set on fire by her in-laws for dowry
India

19-year-old woman in Odisha dies after being set on fire by her in-laws for dowry

A 19-year-old woman was set on fire allegedly by her in-laws for dowry in Odisha's Mayurbhanj district, police said on Tuesday.

Son of Delhi Police sub-inspector seen brutally thrashing woman on video; gets arrested after Rajnath Singh tweets condemnation
India

Son of Delhi Police sub-inspector seen brutally thrashing woman on video; gets arrested after Rajnath Singh tweets condemnation

A video of a man brutally beating a woman in Delhi has surfaced and gone viral. The video shows a man in a white t-shirt brutally slapping, kicking and pulling the woman's hair while a third person was shooting the men.

Tracking pseudo-journalism: Scribes in small towns resort to blackmail to make a quick buck, claim doctors and police
India

Tracking pseudo-journalism: Scribes in small towns resort to blackmail to make a quick buck, claim doctors and police

While journalists reporting from small towns bring forth the best stories from the grassroots level, some look at this as a way to make a quick buck.

Tracking pseudo-journalism: Haryana newspaper bodies seek regulation as self-proclaimed scribes run rampant
India

Tracking pseudo-journalism: Haryana newspaper bodies seek regulation as self-proclaimed scribes run rampant

In Haryana, a number of self-proclaimed journalists have been arrested in recent months for trying to blackmail and extort money.

Thousands protest in Kyrgyzstan after abductor murders woman in a police station
World

Thousands protest in Kyrgyzstan after abductor murders woman in a police station

More than a thousand people protested against bride kidnapping in Kyrgyzstan after a 20-year-old woman was murdered in a police station by her abductor.

Facebook admits to having data-sharing deal with Chinese firms, claims that agreements were thoroughly vetted first
News & Analysis

Facebook admits to having data-sharing deal with Chinese firms, claims that agreements were thoroughly vetted first

As we pointed out earlier, Facebook has provided no evidence to backup their claim that the data wasn’t misused, and it's not even clear if they can.

As yet another privacy scandal looms large, Facebook defends its negligence by feigning innocence
News & Analysis

As yet another privacy scandal looms large, Facebook defends its negligence by feigning innocence

According to Facebook, device-integrated APIs were necessary to deliver a Facebook experience on the myriad mobile platforms available at the time

Samsung temporarily suspends Android 8.0 Oreo rollout to Galaxy S7, S7 Edge devices as users report major issues
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Samsung temporarily suspends Android 8.0 Oreo rollout to Galaxy S7, S7 Edge devices as users report major issues

A limited number of UK residents who had begun receiving an Android Oreo update are now reportedly experiencing random instances of the phone rebooting.

Know what causes rape? Porn: Madhya Pradesh home minister's bizarre notion doesn't surprise us at all
India

Know what causes rape? Porn: Madhya Pradesh home minister's bizarre notion doesn't surprise us at all

While protests against rape incidents in Jammu's Kathua and Uttar Pradesh's Unnao continue to rage across the country and worldwide, one BJP leader thinks porn causes rape. "We think the reason for rising number of child rape and molestation cases is porn. We are contemplating banning porn in Madhya Pradesh," Home Minister of Madhya Pradesh Bhupendra Singh on Tuesday was quoted as saying.

Surveillance companies are harvesting Facebook photos to create a huge facial recognition database: Report
News & Analysis

Surveillance companies are harvesting Facebook photos to create a huge facial recognition database: Report

A secretive surveillance company founded by an ex-Israeli intelligence officer has been building a database of Facebook photos for over five years.

Facebook to investigate presence of videos in user archives which were shot on FB but never published
News & Analysis

Facebook to investigate presence of videos in user archives which were shot on FB but never published

In what could be a new development, users are discovering that while downloading their Facebook archive, they are seeing videos which they had recorded, but never published on Facebook also showing up in the archive.

5-foot-thick wall does not ensure Aadhaar security: A primer on how data can and does get hacked
News & Analysis

5-foot-thick wall does not ensure Aadhaar security: A primer on how data can and does get hacked

What's next? A view that certain data can't be 'mined' because it's been buried deep enough underground?

Siri privacy bug lets it read out hidden message content on a locked Apple iPhone
News & Analysis

Siri privacy bug lets it read out hidden message content on a locked Apple iPhone

Apple has reponded to the findings of the bug and said that it was "aware" of it and that a fix was on its way.

Facebook's negligent attitude towards our privacy can have serious consequences: Here's how to protect yourself
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Facebook's negligent attitude towards our privacy can have serious consequences: Here's how to protect yourself

The most recent reports indicate that Cambridge Analytica alone managed to access the private information of over 50 million individuals on Facebook.

Four-month-old infant girl in Rajasthan branded with iron rod to 'cure' cold and cough, hospitalised
India

Four-month-old infant girl in Rajasthan branded with iron rod to 'cure' cold and cough, hospitalised

A four-month-old girl was hospitalised in Rajasthan's Bhilwara district where she was branded with an iron rod to “cure” her of a severe cough and cold.

Chinese advanced persistent threat actor found attacking pharma companies using the PlugX malware
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Chinese advanced persistent threat actor found attacking pharma companies using the PlugX malware

A Chinese APT actor has been found to be targetting Vietnamese pharma companies with the PlugX malware to steal drug formulas and business information.