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Indian govt requests for Facebook data surged 62% in 2017

Indian govt requests for Facebook data surged 62% in 2017

A massive increase in the total number of Indian government requests for data over the past one year has been recorded by Facebook. There's a rise of nearly 62 per cent in 2017 compared to the global average of 30 per cent. Facebook received a total of 22,024 requests from India in 2017 compared to 13,613 in 2016.
India bags Silver and Bronze medals at the Archery World Cup

India bags Silver and Bronze medals at the Archery World Cup

India continues to perform well in archery, as it won Silver and Bronze medals in the Archery World Cup that is going on in Antalya. The team of Divya Dhayal, Muskan Kirar and Jyothi Surekha Vennam lost to Chinese Taipei team by just 3 points to settle for silver. Jyothi and Abhishek Verma, in the evening, won against the Belgian team for the Bronze play-off.
Vladimir Putin warns of global economic crisis in future at SPIEF

Vladimir Putin warns of global economic crisis in future at SPIEF

According to Russian President Vladimir Putin, the global economy will nose-dive, if governments of various nations continue imposing protectionist measures. "The system of multilateral cooperation, which took years to build, is no longer allowed to evolve," he lamented, adding that loss of trust among governments can cause a spiraling crisis in the economy.
PM asks 'naamdar' Cong why 18000 villages remained in darkness

PM asks 'naamdar' Cong why 18000 villages remained in darkness

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday launched a blistering attack on those accusing him of working for the rich, saying people "neck-deep in vote bank politics" should answer if moneyed people lived in the 18,000 villages where his government had provided power for the first time since Independence.

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