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Sahitya Akademi award winner donates prize money to lynching victim

Sahitya Akademi award winner donates prize money to lynching victim

Noted Malayalam writer KP Ramanunni donated his Sahitya Akademi prize money to the mother of Junaid Khan, the teenage boy who was killed on a train in Haryana in June 2017 for allegedly carrying beef. Ramanunni handed over the money to Junaid's mother. He won the award for his book 'God's Own Book', which deals with India's communal situation.
Sensex, Nifty end on a lower note

Sensex, Nifty end on a lower note

The Sensex today ended at 34,415, down 11.71 points. Nifty ended at 10,564, down 1.25 points. Around 1169 shares advanced, against a decline of 1428 shares declined, while 175 shares are unchanged. TCS, Infosys, and Tech Mahindra were the top gainers, while Yes Bank and ICICI Bank lost the most. Gold recorded a steep fall of Rs 240 to Rs 32,390 per 10 grams.
Xiaomi Mi 7 launch delayed due to 3D Facial Recognition Issues

Xiaomi Mi 7 launch delayed due to 3D Facial Recognition Issues

According to a news report, the first Android smartphone with 3D facial recognition feature will not appear before the third quarter of 2018. Xiaomi Mi 7 was expected to launch in the first half of the year along with a 3D sensing technology on it. But the Mi 7 might be the first Android smartphone to feature a 3D sensing facial recognition technology.

12000 employees may lose jobs as Alok Industries head for liquidation

12000 employees may lose jobs as Alok Industries head for liquidation

In what could be the biggest labor casualty after the Bankruptcy code was implemented, around 12000 employees face losing their jobs with Alok Industries heading for possible liquidation. According to data complied by Corporate Professionals from financial reports for the year 2016-2017, these employees earned an annual average salary of 1.45 lakhs.