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BANIHAL (India): Every day the train to Kashmir's remote cyber oasis Banihal is packed as people travel for hours to get online in the disputed region where internet has been cut for five months. The mountain town of fewer than 4,000 people has six internet cafes, which are booming due to a security clampdown by the Indian government.
NEW DELHI: India all-rounder Irfan Pathan on Saturday (jan 4) retired from international cricket more than seven years after playing his last match for the national cricket team.
India is planning to create the world's largest facial-recognition database, with the technology already being widely used by police, airports and even cafes. Critics fear this violates human rights and will turn the country into a Chinese-style surveillance state.
SRINAGAR: Two Indian soldiers were killed Wednesday (Jan 1) in a gunfight with suspected militants along the border that divides the disputed territory of Kashmir between archrivals India and Pakistan, officials said.
KASHMIR: Mobile phone text messaging services were to be restored across India's Jammu and Kashmir on Wednesday (Jan 1), five months after they were suspended during a clampdown on communications in the region.
IT IS the end of 2019, with many waiting to usher in the year 2020 as it is also the start of a new decade.
NEW DELHI/DHAKA (Reuters) - The second coldest weather in 119 years sweeping across western and northern India has led to dense fog, killing at least six people and disrupting many parts of the country, including the capital New Delhi.
The United Nations approved a Russian-led bid that aims to create a new convention on cybercrime, alarming rights groups and Western powers that fear a bid to restrict online freedom.
Indian mobile operators are losing around RM1.4mil in revenue every hour they are forced to suspend Internet services on government orders to control protests against a new citizenship law.
The world continues to repeat the terrible mistakes of yesteryears.