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Indian smartphone brands plan comeback with new launches scheduled soon

Indian smartphone makers are planning to make a comeback, thanks to the government’s new schemes to boost manufacturing in the domestic market. Responding to a Twitter user on Thursday, homegrown brand Micromax said it is coming up with something soon. “Glad to see your support for #VocalForLocal. We are working hard internally and soon we will come up with something big. Stay tuned,” the company wrote. Micromax isn’t the only…

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Now ATM Withdrawal more than 5000 will be charged Extra

Through the RTI, it has been revealed that according to a suggestion made by a Reserve Bank committee to reduce cash withdrawal, there will be a charge on ATM Withdrawal charges from the ATM. However, this report was never made public. It’s possible that now you have to pay some charges for withdrawing more than Rs 5000 from ATM ( ATM Withdrawal ). The Reserve Bank (RBI) is considering this….

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Health Insurance: New rule set to increase your renewal premium

Health Insurance Claim: The health insurance claim settlement is going to be less troublesome for the policyholders. This is because the insurance regulator has taken an important step that will help policyholders to incur less out-of-pocket hospital expense. However, the benefit, to some extent, may get set-off by an increase in the premium outgo. Recently, the IRDAI has modified the guidelines in health insurance plans with regards to the proportionate deductions…

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Android 11 public beta comes to more phones: How to install it, how to opt out

Google rolled out the Android 11 beta last week and this version is now available for preview on more smartphones that are not Pixel devices. The rollout is gradual, but it is happening. Some smartphones like OnePlus have already released an update for the people who have their latest phones as have a few other companies who have announced plans to support the new OS. The beta version brings in…

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WhatsApp hijacking: Delhi Police is alerting you about this new scam

The Delhi Police Cybercrime division is alerting WhatsApp users to be careful about a new type of scam which involves hijacking of WhatsApp accounts. The scam involves taking over someone’s WhatsApp account so that it can be used to communicate with friends and family members of the victim in order to carry out financial transactions. Delhi Police in a series of tweets said that the fraudsters simply aim to lock out users by using…

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Samsung and OnePlus to manufacture their TVs in India

Electronics giants Samsung and OnePlus have announced that they will produce televisions in India. According to a report published in Economic Times, the two leading international electronics brands have announced that they will start manufacturing most of their television sets in India. Both companies have partnered with Chinese electronics firm Skyworth that has its manufacturing plant in Hyderabad. Skyworth runs its operations in India as a joint venture with an Indian…

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IBM has 500 job openings in India

BENGALURU: IBM put out over 500 job openings in India on its LinkedIn page in the last one week and over 200 new opportunities in just the last 24 hours, an indication that India continues to be the mainstay for the $77-billion technology company. IBM does not disclose employee numbers by geography, but it is estimated that about a third of its workforce of 350,000 is in India, more than…

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India returning to normal business activity; consumption, demand rising: PM Modi

NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said business activity in India is returning to normal levels with consumption and demand fast approaching pre-COVID levels. A protracted lockdown imposed to curb spread of coronavirus has resulted in severe disruption of industrial production and consumer spending, with GDP growth forecast to contract sharply. Speaking at the launch of commercial coal mining, Modi said business activity was fast returning to normal…

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Sushant Singh Rajput Death: Actor Rhea Chakraborty Meets Police

Mumbai:  Actor Sushant Singh Rajput’s friend Rhea Chakraborty, also an actor, recorded her statement today with the Mumbai police, which is investigating his death. Ten people, including Sushant Singh Rajput’s friends, family members and aides have given their statements till now. The 34-year-old star killed himself at his apartment in Mumbai’s Bandra on Sunday. The Maharashtra government has ordered an investigation into allegations of professional rivalry along with his reported clinical depression….

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6 Pointers To Remember When Using Credit Card Amid The Pandemic

The pandemic has cast an impact on all in some way or the other and if estimates are to go by nearly one-third of India’s urban class will run ont of their lifetime savings by June end amid this crisis. In such a situation if you have a credit card or an overdraft limit at your disposal you can be among lucky few as it can help meet your regular…

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How to change background during a Microsoft Teams call

Microsoft Teams is leaving no stones unturned to polish its platform and compete with other video calling platforms such as Zoom, Skype, Google Meet, and more. The platform recently added new features for replacing messy room backgrounds with virtual ones. The feature works quite similar to Zoom’s virtual background option. Microsoft Teams custom background effects are now available for all users globally. Users will be able to customize their background…

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Opinion | Immunity passports might be inevitable as we go along

In the first phase of the covid-19 pandemic, most countries tried to starve the disease of the oxygen it needed to spread by implementing lockdowns and aggressively tracking down everyone who an infected person might have come in contact with, to limit its further spread. While that strategy seems to have worked in some countries like New Zealand, it hasn’t been effective everywhere. Most countries that haven’t been able to…

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