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    Huawei launches its contemporary MediaPad M5 capsules

    Tablets may not be the most exciting product category these days, but they also aren’t quite as dead as some pundits would like you to believe — and for Huawei, they are actually a growing business. Indeed, the company argues that it’s now the third largest tablet maker in the world. It’s no surprise then…

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    The regional mix: on the Nagaland-Meghalaya polls

    The regional mix: on the Nagaland-Meghalaya polls

    Nagaland and Meghalaya go to the polls on Tuesday, nine days after voters in Tripura voted, at a time when there is a change in the nature of political contestation in all three States. If the Tripura campaign was marked by the rise of the Bharatiya Janata Party as a force in the reckoning, regional…

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    A relationship adrift: on India-Canada ties

    A relationship adrift: on India-Canada ties

      The red flags had gone up long before Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived for an eight-day state visit to India. For some time now, New Delhi has been sending messages of protest to Ottawa — especially after his Liberal Party shepherded a resolution in the Ontario provincial legislature calling the 1984 anti-Sikh violence…

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    Officers finalise device to elevate aid Sridevi’s mortal remains

    Officers finalise device to elevate aid Sridevi’s mortal remains

    The most part of Sunday was spent by the officials of the forensic medicine department at Dubai’s Rashid Hospital carrying out a lengthy autopsy and the embalming process that only made the wait for family and friends more painful. By afternoon industrialist Anil Ambani reached out to the Kapoor family by sending his 13-seater private…

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    Light India wants females as equal companions in development: Modi

    Light India wants females as equal companions in development: Modi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday, addressing the 41st edition of Mann Ki Baat, stressed the need to have women as equal partners in the development of the country. “Today the country is moving forward from the path of women development to women-led development,” he said in his radio address. Recalling Swami Vivekananda’s words where…

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    Centre plans law to obtain resources of fleeing offenders

    Centre plans law to obtain resources of fleeing offenders

    The Central government may soon bring in the Fugitive Economic Offenders Bill, which proposes confiscation of assets of those who flee the country to evade prosecution, or refuse to return, in cases involving more than ₹100 crore. The proposed law assumes significance in view of the reports about major bank frauds in the past fortnight.…

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    Differential Privateness for Dummies

    Technology allows companies to collect more data and with more detail about their users than ever before. Sometimes that data is sold to third parties, other times it’s used to improve products and services. In order to protect users’ privacy, anonymization techniques can be used to strip away any piece of personally identifiable data and…

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    How filmmakers created the frightful possess in Annihilation

    How filmmakers created the frightful possess in Annihilation

    **SPOILER ALERT: This article contains spoilers from the movie Annihilation, which opened nationwide Friday (Feb. 23).** Alex Garland’s cerebral sci-fi Annihilation takes you deep into the weird, warped parallel universe of the Shimmer, an alien environment that is fast absorbing nature and distorting it within a zone that scientists are dubbing Area X. The film…

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    Michelle Obama publicizes ‘deeply personal’ memoir Changing into

    Michelle Obama publicizes ‘deeply personal’ memoir Changing into

    Former first lady Michelle Obama’s memoir Becoming will be released globally by the Crown Publishing Group on Nov. 13, EW has confirmed. The book will be published simultaneously in 24 languages, with Obama herself reading the audiobook version. Obama announced the news on Twitter. “Writing Becoming has been a deeply personal experience,” she wrote. “I talk about my…