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Nirmala Sitharaman announces major Budget rollbacks, withdraws enhanced surcharge on capital gains
‘India is facing a structural slowdown,’ says adviser to PM, calls for national growth strategy
The Daily Fix: Instead of the end of reservations, how about talking about the end of caste?
Heartless: Even three-year-olds are forced to represent themselves in immigration court in US
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Bihar MLA, absconding after ammunition found at his ancestral home, surrenders in Delhi court
Full text: Narayana Murthy on the true meaning of patriotism and the path to building a great nation
‘I spoke the truth,’ Priya Ramani tells court on sexual harassment allegations against MJ Akbar
Babri Masjid demolition case: CBI judge seeks protection in Supreme Court
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Why the Reserve Bank of India is paying a startup to hack into its IT system
Lucideus hacks into the central bank's system to identify weak spots and strengthen cyber security.
Madhura Karnik, qz.com
· Dec 24, 2016 · 08:30 pm
'We're better off trying to break into Facebook': Engineer who hacked Zomato's 62 million accounts
Hackers feel that Indian startups are often defensive and thankless to engineers who spend days trying to break into their system to expose flaws.
· Jun 10, 2015 · 02:30 pm