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The left wing terror dominance is waning

The left wing terror dominance is waning

The left wing terror menace may not be completely eradicated, but giant strides have been made in curbing the problem. The left wing terrorists were active in 77 districts, but their presence has dropped to 30 now.According to Home Secretary Rajiv Gauba, the spread of the left wing extremists had shrunk in the past four years due to a multi-pronged strategy.

Sushma Swaraj embarks on two-nation visit

Sushma Swaraj embarks on two-nation visit

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj today departed for a 2-nation visit to China and Mongolia from 21-26 April. Swaraj will participate in a ministerial-level meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), where India became a full member in 2017. Swaraj is also likely to hold a meeting with her Chinese counterpart Wang Yi on the sidelines of the summit.
Huawei building an AI that can "provide emotional interactions"

Huawei building an AI that can "provide emotional interactions"

Huawei has added its name to the list of OEMs trying to build their own virtual voice assistants. Google has its Assistant, Apple has Siri, Samsung has Bixby, LG has ThinQ, it was just a matter of some time when Huawei came up with its own AI based assistant. The company seeks to push the limits and develop a new one that will 'provide emotional interactions.'

Kuwait beat Maldives in ICC World T20 Asia Qualifier ‘A’

Kuwait beat Maldives in ICC World T20 Asia Qualifier ‘A’

Hosts Kuwait registered a resounding 102-run win over the Maldives in the opening game of the ICC World Twenty20 Asia Qualifier 'A' at Sulaibiya Cricket Ground. Maldives struggled to get going against a disciplined bowling effort while chasing a target of 171. They lost wickets at regular intervals throughout the innings and were all out for 68 runs.