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BJP has no moral right to level graft charges: Siddaramaiah

BJP has no moral right to level graft charges: Siddaramaiah

Mr Yeddyurappa and Mr Eshwarappa had indulged in a public spat, over the former's "unilateral" style of functioning and appointment of party office-bearers "ignoring loyal workers" and the old guard of the party. As for Mr Yeddyurappa's demand for waiver of farmers loans he recalled that when he was Chief Minister he had flatly refused to waive them. The disgusting situation being faced by the people in all fronts in both urban and rural centres is a proof of this government's failure to ...



Ransomware infections reported worldwide

According to the Russian interior ministry, WannaCry infected almost 1,000 computers in the country. According to The Wall Street Journal, the malware believed to be behind the attacks encrypts data on infected computers and essentially holds it for ransom.



Uk Hospitals Hit By Large-Scale Cyber Attack

One screenshot shows a countdown clock that appears to have begun with three full days. After that, the price would be doubled. Elsewhere in Europe, the ransomware outbreak hit phone company Telefonica, Vodafone and energy supplier Iberdrola in Spain.



Trump Lets Russian Press Into Oval Office, Not American Press

The chummy White House visit-photos of the president yukking it up with Lavrov and Russian Ambassador to the United States Sergey Kislyak were released by the Russian Foreign Ministry since no US press was allowed to cover the visit-had been one of Putin's asks in his recent phone call with Trump, and indeed the White House acknowledged this to me later Wednesday.


Delegation to defend government rights record in Geneva

Delegation to defend government rights record in Geneva

In a statement, MEA said "the National Report of India covers areas that were part of the recommendations accepted by us following the UPR-II in 2012". Look for latest news from India in NewsGram . Highlighting the inherent checks in AFSPA against any immunity to security forces, Rohatgi said, "Recently, the Court held that the armed forces can not use excessive force in the course of the discharge of their duties under the Act, which does not allow blanket immunity for perpetrators of ...