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Crackdown on touts! East Coast Railway launches drive against unauthorised ticket vendors

The vigilance wing of East Coast Railway (ECoR), along with Railway Protection Force (RPF), has launched a drive against unauthorised ticket vendors and touts as part of their efforts to make the reservation system more transparent. The vigilance wing of East Coast Railway (ECoR), along with Railway Protection Force (RPF), has launched a drive against unauthorised ticket vendors and touts as part of their efforts to make the reservation system…

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Banks prefer to increase PoS machines than ATMs

CHENNAI: Banks are now more keen on expanding their points of sale (PoS) network than ATMs due to the government’s focus on digital transactions after demonetisation and lower amounts of cash in circulations. According to RBI data, banks have increased PoS machines by 95% this August to nearly 29 lakh from last year. In comparison, the number of ATMs has only increased 2.5% to 2.2 lakh machines. For PoS makers,…

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Government may lower visa fee to attract tourists in lean season

Foreigners may get to pay a lower visa fee for vacations in India during the lean season, with the government considering concessions aimed at making the country a year-round destination for tourists from all over the world. The idea, mooted by group of young CEOs at a recent Niti Aayog event, has found favour with the tourism ministry, which has started talks with the ministry of external affairs to work…

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Jio Phone Reportedly Explodes, Company Says Damage Caused Intentionally

Jio Phone is yet to become widely available for the public to purchase, but there’s already an alleged case of the handset exploding. Last year, a Reliance Lyf smartphone had exploded and burst into flames too. Reports of the Jio Phone exploding come with many handset manufacturers, , including Samsung, Xiaomi, and Apple, are grappling with cases of their smartphone catching fire spontaneously. In a statement to Gadgets 360 on the matter, a Reliance Retail…

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OnePlus 5T Fingerprint Sensor Highlighted in New Leaked Renders

OnePlus 5T, the much awaited flagship OnePlus smartphone with bezel-less design, has been spotted in a couple of leaked renders. These leaked OnePlus 5T renders show the fingerprint sensor on the rear panel as well as some aesthetic upgrades over OnePlus 5, the current flagship. Shared on Weibo, the leaked renders highlight minimal bezels of the OnePlus 5T smartphone alongside a rear-facing fingerprint scanner. It appears that the handset will have looks identical to…

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Facebook messenger users can now send money to friends, family with PayPal

Facebook and PayPal have announced a new partnership that allows users to send money to each other via Messenger. The popular social networking site Facebook has made a new shift into the payments space by expanding its partnership with PayPal. Facebook and PayPal have announced a new partnership that allows users to now send money to each other via the Messenger app. Facebook Messenger and PayPal initially partnered last year…

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U.S. Warns Public About Attacks on Energy, Industrial Firms

The Department of Homeland Security and Federal Bureau of Investigation warned in a report distributed via email late on Friday that the nuclear, energy, aviation, water and critical manufacturing industries have been targeted along with government entities in attacks dating back to at least May. The U.S government issued a rare public warning about hacking campaigns targeting energy and industrial firms, the latest evidence that cyber attacks present an increasing…

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Linking Aadhaar to bank accounts mandatory, clarifies RBI

Mumbai: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Saturday dismissed media reports that it was not mandatory to link Unique Identification Authority of India-issued Aadhaar to bank accounts. “The Reserve Bank clarifies that, in applicable cases, linkage of Aadhaar number to bank account is mandatory under the Prevention of Money-laundering (Maintenance of Records) Second Amendment Rules, 2017 published in the Official Gazette on June 1, 2017,” the central bank said…

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WhatsApp Confirms Group Voice Calls in Latest Update

According to WaBetaInfo, a popular website that tests new WhatsApp features early, the 2.17.70 beta WhatsApp update has confirmed group calls. Giving its over one billion users more power to connect, WhatsApp has confirmed group voice calls in its latest beta version of Android. According to WaBetaInfo, a popular website that tests new WhatsApp features early, the 2.17.70 beta WhatsApp update has confirmed group calls. “The 2.17.70 iOS update has…

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To Curb Money Laundering, Banks To Now Match Original IDs With Photocopies

The Department of Revenue in the Finance Ministry has issued a gazette notification making an amendment to the Prevention of Money-laundering (Maintenance of Records) Rules. New Delhi: The Government has made it mandatory for banks and financial institutions to check the original identification documents of individuals dealing in cash above the prescribed threshold, to weed out the use of forged or fake copies. The Department of Revenue in the Finance…

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ATM malware has evolved to attack banks’ corporate network: Report

BENGALURU: ATM malware has evolved from requiring physical access to infect the machines to now successfully attacking network-based access using the bank’s corporate network, a new report said on Tuesday Global cyber security solutions leader Trend Micro and Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) released a comprehensive report titled “Cashing in on ATM Malware”, that details both physical and network-based malware attacks on ATMs as well as highlights where the malware…

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BSNL offers unlimited calling, data on Bharat phone for Rs 97 per month

BSNL, which operates across the country except Delhi and Mumbai, has over 98 million mobile subscribers and 16 million landline customers. New Delhi: State-owned telecom firm BSNL on Tuesday launched unlimited calling and a data plan for Rs 97 a month for the buyers of Micromax’s 4G VoLTE enabled Bharat phone. Priced at Rs 2,200, the phone will support 3G connection as well. “I am glad that BSNL has come…

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