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Protection of data integral to citizens' personal life is part of the fundamental right to dignity: Centre to SC 21.7.2017 Hindu: News
The stand taken by the Centre does not gel with its stand before a nine-judge Constitution Bench led by Chief Justice of India J.S. Khehar, which is currently examining whether privacy is a fundamental right or not.
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Rainbow in the Kerala sky 21.7.2017 HBL: Home
The first State to launch a transgender policy two years ago, Kerala’s efforts to end the marginalisation of this vulnerable community have made the right kind of news. The challenge is to go beyond tokenism and tackle head-on the many entrenched prejudices for a truly inclusive future
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Explosion hits food shop in China, killing 2, injuring 55 21.7.2017 China News Headlines, Latest China News and Live Updates - Times of India
A massive explosion hit a food shop in eastern China during the breakfast rush Friday, killing two people and injuring 55. Footage from state broadcaster CCTV showed charred shop fronts facing the street in the residential area.
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Right to privacy should be on case-to-case basis, says Supreme Court 21.7.2017 Zee News : India National
A nine-judge Constitution bench, headed by Chief Justice J S Khehar, said that privacy cannot be an absolute right and the state may have some power to put restrictions.
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School dropout couple duped banks of Rs 4.5crore in name of loans 21.7.2017 TOI: Lucknow Times
STF arrested Suraj Mishra (38) and his wife Shalini (36) from Jankipuram on Thursday. A model of highend automobile brand Audi, a Scorpio car, identity card of a news magazine, five voter IDs, and two Aadhaar cards were recovered from the couple.
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Israel to partner DRDO for developing missile defence system for India 21.7.2017 TOI: India
The army plans to have a total of five regiments of this air defence system, which will be deployed opposite to China and Pakistan.
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Raja Park bank looted in daring daylight robbery 21.7.2017 TOI: Jaipur
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Spyware merchants: The risks of outsourcing government hacking 21.7.2017 Business Standard: News Now
Govt tries to bypass encryption, spyware tech rely on inherent weaknesses of our digital ecosystem
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DNA Morning Must Reads: Ram Nath Kovind scales Raisina Hill, Harmanpreet Kaur's demolition Derby, and more 21.7.2017 DNA: Urban Tales
1. President-elect Kovind's village in UP hopes for better days ahead "It is like Diwali and Holi coming together," said a veiled Ganga Devi Kovind, relative of the President-elect, as she distributed sweets hours before the result was officially announced. Read more here 2. Apple gets personal data, why not state, asks Supreme Court The final view of the nine-judge Bench will be a core factor before a five-judge Constitution Bench, which is waiting to decide whether the Aadhaar scheme is a violation of citizens’ right to privacy. Read more here 3. Strong earthquake rattles Turkish and Greek coasts, at least 2 dead, scores injured Greek holiday island of Kos is reportedly the most affected area. European quake agency EMSC warns of a small tsunami. Read more here 4. 'Kaurnage' at Derby: Harmanpreet powers India to epic win against Australia in WWC semifinal Harmanpreet Kaur produced one of greatest ever ODI knocks in women's cricket as India stormed into the ICC World Cup final, demolishing Australia by ...
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Man hacked in Dhule in broad daylight 21.7.2017 DNA: Top News
A gruesome video of a group of men armed with swords and choppers brutally hacking a man to death in broad daylight on a road in Dhule city, around 280 kms from Mumbai, went viral on Wednesday night. In the video, the men can be seen dragging the victim out of a shop, and raining at least 40 blows with swords and choppers on him, before leaving the spot. The Dhule police have launched a manhunt for the 11 accused, who they believe to be members of a gang; the attack is suspected to be motivated by gang-rivalry. The police have identified the deceased as 33-year-old Shaikh Rafiuddin Shaikh Shafiuiddin, a notorious gangster in Dhule with 33 cases registered against him. The attack was caught on a CCTV camera installed on a nearby shop. According to the police, the incident took place at around 6 am on Tuesday at a tea shop in Parola Road in Dhule city, where Shafiuddin had entered for a cup of tea after a morning walk. While he was having tea at the shop, the group barged into the shop, and shot him with ...
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Apple gets personal data, why not state, asks Supreme Court 21.7.2017 DNA: Top News
If 99 per cent of the citizens are unconcerned about sharing their data, how is it different if the State also collects the same, the Supreme Court questioned on Thursday. "You say there are 35 crore Internet users and 18 crore telephone users, but 99% of people are not concerned... When you operate your iPad with your thumbprint, your data is public..." said Justice DY Chandrachud. He is part of the nine-judge bench led by the Chief Justice of India JS Khehar hearing arguments that will decide whether privacy is a fundamental right accorded to citizens under the Indian Constitution. Senior Advocate Sajan Poovayyah responded that even if one person was concerned about how, where and who had access to and used his personal data, the State was obligated under the Constitution to protect his dignity and privacy. "My informed surrender of data to a private player is not a surrender of my personal data to all. If this private player takes my data and gives it to all on the Internet, then I can sue him for ...
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SC: Tough to define 'privacy' in net age 21.7.2017 TOI: Delhi Times
Just the act of operating an iPhone or iPad which uses fingerprints to open the device and allows the operator to store the impression and such actions, along with sharing of personal data by people on social network sites, makes defining breach of privacy a challenging task, the Supreme Court observed on Friday.
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Petitioners question govt’s different stands on privacy 21.7.2017 TOI: India
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Finally, Google's Street View cars start taking images in Austria 21.7.2017 Latest News
Some countries have been reluctant to grant Google access due to worries linked to data collection
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SC: Tough to define ‘privacy’ in net age 21.7.2017 TOI: India
Just the act of operating an iPhone or iPad which uses fingerprints to open the device and allows the operator to store the impression and such actions, along with sharing of personal data by people on social network sites, makes defining breach of privacy a challenging task, the SC observed.
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TET examinees won’t be allowed to change subject 21.7.2017 TOI: Patna
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3 robbers strike in SBS Nagar 21.7.2017 TOI: Chandigarh Times
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On privacy 21.7.2017 Hindu: Opinion
Among the many rights available to citizens of a democracy, privacy is a priceless one, though national security is presented as a reason it cannot be considered an absolute right (“SC wonders whether...
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PSPCL promotes energy efficiency, Ujala scheme launched in dist 21.7.2017 TOI: Chandigarh Times
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No mess to cater to boys’ hostels yet 21.7.2017 TOI: Lucknow Times
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