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More networking expected in the next four days: Tukana

The Methodist Church of Fiji is adamant that it will increase its networking opportunities in the next four days of its annual bazaar. The Church Secretary for Communications and Overseas Missions, Reverend Wilfred Regunamada Tukana says the annual event aims to bring people together. Audio Player “We will continue to grow in networking, here is

Traces of two unknown archaic human species turn up in modern DNA

Evidence of two unknown, archaic human species has turned up in our DNA(Credit:sprestiges/Depositphotos) Fossils are the most reliable way we can piece together the history of humans, but some clues have been inside us all along. The human genome can tell us where we’ve come from, and it’s hiding more than a few surprises. Now

Are Social Media Platforms Engaging In Legal Cyberwarfare?

How does cyber attribution function in a world where private companies are increasingly engaging in the kinds of activities once relegated to the exclusive domain of the nation state? From tracking dissidents’ physical and virtual movements in real-time to building rich interest and behavioral profiles to nudge nonconforming users towards desired behaviors to removing speech

11 Indians Get Swiss Notices In Process To Share Banking Details

NEW DELHI/BERNE:  As Switzerland strives hard to re-establish its global financial centre position after clamping down on secrecy walls of its banks, there has been a significant surge in the number of cases where it has initiated process to share information on Indians with Swiss bank accounts and shot off letters to about a dozen

7 Essential Oculus Quest Accessories Under $20 in 2019

The Oculus Quest is here, and it’s brought an untethered VR system that includes Oculus Insight Tracking for a full room-scale experience and updated Oculus Touch controllers for intuitive input within the virtual world. The Quest isn’t exactly cheap to start out with, so you’re probably looking for some affordable accessories to go along with

12 Indians Arrested for Running Illegal Networking Business in Nepal

Kathmandu: Twelve Indian nationals have been arrested for allegedly running an illegal networking business and duping several people in the Himalayan nation, according to media reports. All the 12 accused, belonging to Uttar Pradesh, were arrested from a hotel in Kathmandu on Friday while organising an orientation and training programme to run the illegal networking business

View: Economies of scale in bank mergers would be huge

The recent successful merger of two public sector banks (PSBs), Dena Bank and Vijaya Bank, with Bank of BarodaNSE -2.97 % has paved the way for the future road map of PSB restructuring. It has created the right synergy, achieved scale & resulted in better shareholder value creation. It would be wrong to think that this move of GoI was in

Centre asks CVC for clarity over supervision in privatised IDBI bank

The government has asked the Central Vigilance Commission if it still has vigilance jurisdiction on the now privatised IDBI BankNSE 0.23 %, and sought its advice on the course of action in case of ongoing complaints or investigations, a government official said. In January, the Reserve bank of India had classified IDBI Bank as a private sector lender