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Try juveniles as adults for heinous crimes: Poll

According to the Inshorts Youth of the Nation Poll, 83% Indians agree that juveniles should be tried as adults for committing heinous crimes. Out of 26,833 respondents who voted for the question, 22,351 voted YES and 2,915 voted NO. The Juvenile Justice Act was enforced from January 15, 2016 after the bill was passed in Rajya Sabha in December 2015.

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Govt plans watching social media round-the-clock

The information and broadcasting (I&B) ministry is planning to extend the working of its analytics wing for monitoring social media to ensure 24x7 coverage. The ministry's move is aimed at alerting the government on 'sensitive matters'. The I&B ministry's social media analytics wing scrutinises posts on platforms like Twitter and Facebook and submits reports to ministries and intelligence bureaus.

read more at Hindustan Times

HC Judge 'stays' his transfer ordered by CJI

Madras High Court's Justice Karnan today 'stayed' a Chief Justice of India (CJI) order transferring him to the Calcutta High Court. Under law, lower courts cannot make judgments over any existing order of a higher court. Justice Karnan claimed the transfer order violated a 1993 9-judge Supreme Court bench order and requested the CJI "not to interfere" in his jurisdiction.

read more at The Indian Express

Bhopal Police educates poor children for free

Police at the Bhopal's Hanumanganj Police Station is offering free of cost education to poor children in the slums, under a programme called 'Bal Sanjeevani Paramarsh Kendra'. For the purpose, a police vehicle picks up children from slums for lessons at the station. Funded by the Bhopal's police department, the first of its kind school was launched 10 days ago.

read more at ScoopWhoop

Second round of Odd-Even from April 15 in Delhi

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday said that the second phase of the Odd-Even scheme in the capital would be implemented between April 15 and April 30. Female drivers and two wheelers will be exempted from the scheme. The move comes after the AAP government said that public opinion was "overwhelmingly" in favour of the scheme being re-introduced.

read more at The Indian Express

SC allows states to suspend internet services

A plea challenging the power of State governments to suspend internet services was rejected by the Supreme Court today. Such steps are necessary to maintain the law and order situation in states, said the apex court. The PIL had argued that while internet access could be restricted, services could not be shut down completely.

read more at India Today

ISI trains LeT and Jaish militants: Musharraf

Pakistan's former President Pervez Musharraf on Thursday said Pakistan's intelligence agency ISI trains LeT and Jaish militants and that terror attacks in India would not stop until India addresses the "core" issue of Kashmir. He further called everyone fighting in Kashmir a "freedom fighter". He also accused India's intelligence agency RAW of conducting attacks in Pakistan from Afghanistan.

read more at PTI

MP may get GPS trackers to stop prisoner escapes

Madhya Pradesh Police is considering getting GPS trackers to stop prisoners from escaping when they are taken out of their jails for work. "On average, 1,500 to 2,000 prisoners work outside the prisons every day", police officials said. At ₹20,000 a GPS tracker, officials believe the technology could be cheaper than building high walls on lands around the jail.

read more at The Indian Express

Bihar: Of 60 Dalit scholarships, 59 found fake

The Bihar government's post-matriculation scholarship programme for Dalits is under the scanner after only one of 60 scholarships given in 2015 for the session 2012-13 in Nawada district was found 'genuine'. After the National Commission for Scheduled Castes intervened, it was also revealed that five out of the 12 technical institutes where the students were supposed to study were 'untraceable'.

read more at The Indian Express

Indian Parliament repealed 883 laws in 2015

According to data released from the Ministry of Law & Justice, Parliament repealed 883 "obsolete and redundant" laws in 2015. Another 295 laws were repealed by the Lok Sabha and are currently pending in the Rajya Sabha. Also in 2015, Parliament enacted 26 bills into law, one of which was the 100th amendment to the Constitution.

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Ex-construction woman worker teaches computers

Nauroti Devi, a former Sarpanch of Harmada village, has taught many people, including the panchayat secretary, to operate a computer. Nauroti, 70, who never went to school, learnt to use computers at Tilonia's Barefoot College. “I carried the computer and printer into the office and used it for regular communication and also take out printouts of notices," she said.

read more at The Better India

Maharashtra makes helmets compulsory for pillion riders

Maharashtra Transport department on Saturday made helmet compulsory for both two-wheeler riders and those sitting on the pillion. The decision was made following an order by the Bombay High Court. Maharashtra will start implementing the rule by next week. The department has also asked motorbike dealers to sell two helmets with a bike, instead of one, to customers.

read more at India Today

Indian Revenue Service's web-portal hacked

An official web portal of the Indian Revenue Service (IRS) was hacked by a suspected Pakistani hacker team on Saturday. The website, which acts as a communication medium between the Central Board of Direct Taxes and the IT department field offices, was hacked with messages saying "Pakistan Zindabad" and "we are team Pak cyber attacker”.

read more at PTI

Italian woman faces jail for not cooking

A 42-year old Italian woman could face up to six years in jail after her husband took her to court for "bad management of domestic affairs". The man complained that she refused to cook for him and chronically neglected him. The Italian penal code punishes "whoever mistreats a person in the family".

read more at India Today

2 attempts to attack Mumbai had failed: Headley

Pakistani-American Lashkar-e-Taiba operative David Coleman Headley today revealed to a Mumbai court that two attempts to attack Mumbai prior to 26/11 failed to materialise. Headley said that he took directions regarding the Mumbai attacks from Jamaat-ud-Dawah chief Hafiz Saeed, adding that he met two majors from Pakistan's intelligence agency who wanted to source information regarding India.

read more at India Today

India discussing cyber security with US, others

IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Sunday said that the government is in talks with several countries, including the US, regarding the issue of cyber security. “[C]yber security represents something like bloodless war…internet... should not be allowed to be abused”, he said. He added that India is targeting a total digital economy of $1 trillion in the next three years.

read more at PTI

LeT was targetting Defense scientists: Headley

Lashkar-e-Taiba operative David Headley told a Mumbai special court today that the terror group targetted the Taj Hotel after it found information about a Defense scientists' meet in the hotel. He also admitted that he had been arrested after his wife reported his close association with LeT to the police, amid fear over the large amount of money Headley owed.

read more at India Today

Russian hackers moved ruble-dollar rate: Report

A cybersecurity firm found that Russian-language hackers used a virus to infect a regional bank and manipulate the ruble-dollar rate by over 15% in December. Over 14 minutes, the exchange rate varied between 55 and 66 rubles per dollar, significantly different from the market rate (currently around 78). The bank claimed losses of around $3.2 million due to the attack.

read more at Bloomberg




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