Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Celeb Hack Exposes Holes In Digital Security

Celeb Hack Exposes Holes In Digital Security


Modi's Japan visit, the face-off in Islamabad, the government urging the Supreme Court to spare 46 coal blocks and United Bank of India declaring Vijay Mallya wilful defaulter, are some of the prominent stories in newspapers today.
"Modi gets 35 billion dollar promise from Japan, no Nuclear-deal yet "headlines the Hindustan Times. The Hindu reports "Modi promises special track in PMO to clear proposals". The Indian Express states, "PM signal: sitting down with Japan, standing up to China".
The Hindustan Times, in its spotlight on 100 days of Modi Sarkar, says " Man in control, Modi sets agenda for govt, party and nation". The Times of India leads with " Cities cheer Modi's first 100, say he can be matchwinner" adding " Inflation main concern, poor least enthusiastic about govt".
The Mail Today writes, "Centre gives SC its Coal Wish list". " Re- auction coal blocks but save 46 : government to SC", "seeks exemption for mines already producing or close to doing so " says the Financial Express. The paper also speculates "Markets to double in 4 years" as the Nifty soared past the 8000 mark on Monday and stocks hit lifetime highs.
And finally, a pacemaker which has no lead or even a battery ! In a revolutionary breakthrough for heart patients, scientists have come up with an alternative energy source for a cardiac pacemaker, the heart motion, reports the Hindu Business Line.

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