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Route Mobile finds place in ROCCO SMS Messaging Vendor Benchmarking Report 2021 – Times of India
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Route Mobile finds place in ROCCO SMS Messaging Vendor Benchmarking Report 2021 – Times of India

Cloud communications platform Route Mobile has announced that it has been recognised as the top tier one provider in the Annual ROCCO A2P SMS Messaging Vendor Benchmarking Report 2021 in MNO Edition as well as in the Enterprise Edition. The company said that this marks Route Mobile’s fifth appearance as a globally recognised top tier vendor in ROCCO’s SMS Messaging Vendor Benchmarking Report 2021. In A2P SMS messaging vendor benchmarking report - MNO edition, 305 mobile network operators from 188 countries rated A2P SMS vendors and Route Mobile has been ranked in the Tier One category. As for the Enterprise edition, Route Mobile stood among 240 enterprises from 41 countries to land in the Tier One category. Rajdipkumar Gupta, managing director and Group CEO, Route Mobile Limited said, “...
Taiwan reports largest incursion yet by Chinese air force – Times of India
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Taiwan reports largest incursion yet by Chinese air force – Times of India

TAIPEI: Twenty-eight Chinese air force aircraft, including fighters and nuclear-capable bombers, entered Taiwan's air defence identification zone (ADIZ) on Tuesday, the island's government said, the largest reported incursion to date. While there was no immediate comment from Beijing, the news comes after the Group of Seven leaders issued a joint statement on Sunday scolding China for a series of issues and underscored the importance of peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait, comments China condemned as "slander". Chinese-claimed Taiwan has complained over the last few months of repeated missions by China's air force near the self-ruled island, concentrated in the southwestern part of its air defence zone near the Taiwan-controlled Pratas Islands. The latest Chinese mission involv...
Throwback! Salim Khan’s hilarious answer to questions about Salman Khan’s wedding will leave you in splits – Times of India
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Throwback! Salim Khan’s hilarious answer to questions about Salman Khan’s wedding will leave you in splits – Times of India

Salman Khan is undeniably one of the most popular actors we have in Bollywood. He is also the most eligible bachelors in B-town. Time and again the question regarding his marriage has popped up but in vain. Once during a media interaction, his father Salim Khan was asked about his son’s wedding plans to which the veteran lyricist had an epic and hilarious answer. He said, ‘Yeh sawal ka Allah miya bhi jawab nahi de sakte.’ Check out the video here: Earlier too the senior Khan had told the media that they can ask him anything except about Salman Khan’s plans to get married. He said, ‘Saare sawal puchiyega magar ek sawal mat puchiye ga. Ek sawal mat puchiye ga, request ye hai, ki Salman sahab ki shaadi kab ho rahi hai.’ Names of various actresses close to the actor have been associated ...
2 vaccine doses ‘highly effective’ in reducing Delta variant hospitalisation: UK analysis – Times of India
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2 vaccine doses ‘highly effective’ in reducing Delta variant hospitalisation: UK analysis – Times of India

LONDON: New analysis by Britain's health experts concludes for the first time this week that two doses of Covid-19 vaccines are "highly effective" against hospitalisation from the Delta variant – the B1.617.2 extremely transmissible variant first identified in India. Public Health England (PHE), which has been conducting regular analysis of Covid-19 variants of concern (VOC), said on Monday that the latest analysis shows that the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine is 96 per cent effective against hospitalisation after two doses and the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine is 92 per cent effective against hospitalisation after two doses. These figures are comparable with vaccine effectiveness against hospitalisation from the Alpha variant, which was first identified in the Kent region of England and was prev...
Video | Two Doses Mostly Prevent Hospitalisation With Delta Variant: UK Body
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Video | Two Doses Mostly Prevent Hospitalisation With Delta Variant: UK Body

Two doses of COVID-19 vaccines are "highly effective" in preventing hospital admission with the Delta variant, Public Health England said on Monday. Scientists said two jabs of the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine stopped the need for in-patient treatment in 96 percent of cases. With a double dose of the Oxford/AstraZeneca shot, the rate was 92 percent, PHE added. Source link
Twitter appoints interim chief compliance officer for India as required under new IT rules
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Twitter appoints interim chief compliance officer for India as required under new IT rules

Twitter Inc.'s headquarters in San Francisco | David Paul Morris | Bloomberg file photo Text Size: A- A+ New Delhi: Twitter on Tuesday said it has appointed an interim Chief Compliance Officer and the details of the official will be shared with the IT Ministry directly soon. The Government had issued a notice to Twitter giving it one last chance to “immediately” comply with the new IT rules and warned that failure to adhere to the norms will lead to the platform losing exemption from liability under the IT Act. Following this, Twitter had assured the Indian government last week that it is in the advanced stages of finalising the appointment of the chief compliance officer as required under the new IT rules, ...
Risk of dying post vaccination negligible compared to risk of death due to Covid: Govt
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Risk of dying post vaccination negligible compared to risk of death due to Covid: Govt

A medic administers the first dose of Covaxin to a frontline worker, in New Delhi | PTI Text Size: A- A+ New Delhi: The health ministry on Tuesday termed as “incomplete” and of “limited understanding” media reports which stated that 488 deaths between January 16 and June 7 following vaccination were linked to post-Covid complications, and highlighted that the vaccination coverage during this period was 23.5 crore. The number of deaths reported following COVID-19 vaccination in the country is only 0.0002 per cent of the 23.5 crore doses administered, and this is within the expected death rates in a population, it said. In a population, deaths occur at a certain rate. The crude death rate in 2017, according to...
Tokyo Olympics: Rani and team to dedicate their performance to Covid warriors | Hockey News – Times of India
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Tokyo Olympics: Rani and team to dedicate their performance to Covid warriors | Hockey News – Times of India

BENGALURU: In 2020 when India was grappling with a nationwide lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Indian women's hockey team took up a unique challenge which was to raise funds in order to help feed more than 1000 families from economically underprivileged backgrounds. They raised over Rs 20 lakh through a 21-day online fitness challenge. In 2021, ahead of the Olympic Games 2020, the women's team has yet again taken up a challenge and this time they have vowed to dedicate their performance in Tokyo to the Covid warriors and frontline workers of India. In a video message released by Hockey India on Tuesday, skipper Rani Rampal said, "This Olympics is unlike any other in the past. Our country has been through a lot, and we are proud of our doctors and frontline workers who have sel...
Bengal governor to visit Delhi after his Monday’s meeting with BJP MLAs over law and order situation | India News – Times of India
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Bengal governor to visit Delhi after his Monday’s meeting with BJP MLAs over law and order situation | India News – Times of India

KOLKATA: A day after a delegation of BJP MLAs petitioned him for alleged deterioration of the law and order situation in the state, West Bengal governor Jagdeep Dhankhar is all set to visit New Delhi today evening. Taking to Twitter, the governor said he will go to the national capital late on Tuesday evening and return to Kolkata on June 18. He did not specify the reasons for his visit. Hon’ble Governor West Bengal. Shri Jagdeep Dhankhar will be visiting New Delhi. Governor Dhankhar will leave… https://t.co/DSw6Gt8Qys— Governor West Bengal Jagdeep Dhankhar (@jdhankhar1) 1623735403000Leader of Opposition in West Bengal assembly Suvendu Adhikari on Monday led a delegation of several BJP MLAs to Raj Bhavan to seek Dhankhar's intervention, highlighting alleged lawlessness and the "partisan...
Twitter Appoints Interim Chief Compliance Officer For India, To Share Details With Centre Soon
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Twitter Appoints Interim Chief Compliance Officer For India, To Share Details With Centre Soon

A Twitter spokesperson on Tuesday said that the social media giant has appointed interim Chief Compliance Officer for India as per the guidelines issued by the Centre under new IT Rules 2021. "We have appointed interim Chief Compliance Officer, details will be shared with IT Ministry directly soon," Twitter spokespersen said. As per the new IT regulations announced by the government in February this year, the major social media giants including WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter have to to appoint a resident grievance officer who should be based out of India.The rules state that the official should be part of a larger grievance redressal mechanism, active monitoring of content on the platform, responsiveness to grievances, expedited processes to take down cer...
Myanmar: Time running out for NGOs to avoid humanitarian catastrophe
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Myanmar: Time running out for NGOs to avoid humanitarian catastrophe

Written by Rodion Ebbighausen Myanmar has been in a downward spiral since the military overthrew the country’s democratically elected government in a coup on February 1. The economy has been battered and millions of people are falling into poverty. In Myanmar’s ethnic minority states, conflict between the military, known as the Tatmadaw, and armed rebel groups is quickly creating a refugee crisis. In Myanmar’s east alone, the UN estimates that about 100,000 people have fled their homes. In April 2021, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) said in a report that nearly half of Myanmar’s population is acutely threatened by poverty due to the economic impact of the coup and the coronavirus pandemic. Before the coup and the pandemic, Myanmar had been on track to greatl...
Marcus Berg threatened online after Euro 2020 match against Spain, Sweden file police report
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Marcus Berg threatened online after Euro 2020 match against Spain, Sweden file police report

The Swedish soccer federation filed a police report Tuesday after striker Marcus Berg was subjected to a flood of social media abuse and threats from fans after missing a late chance against Spain at the European Championship. Berg couldn’t connect cleanly with the ball and missed the target when he had an open net in the second half of Monday’s 0-0 draw in Seville. He received a torrent of abuse online after the game and team officials said some of the posts contained illegal threats that have been reported to Swedish police. Berg said he turned off his social media channels but had been told about the threats. “It was tough yesterday and tough last night. What happens on social media is really sad,” Berg said during a news conference with Swedish media. “The things that a...
2022 CWG women’s T20 competition to be held from July 29 to August 7 | Cricket News – Times of India
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2022 CWG women’s T20 competition to be held from July 29 to August 7 | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: The Commonwealth Games' (CWG) women's T20 competition, which will make its debut at the quadrennial showpiece next year, will be held from July 29 to August 7 at the Edgbaston Stadium, the organisers announced on Tuesday. The group-stage matches of the eight-team competition are slated to be held till August 4 and the semifinals are scheduled for August 6. The bronze-medal match will be played on August 7, followed by the summit clash on the same day. "With 11 days of swimming and diving, 8 days of cricket, 8 days of gymnastics and 7 days of athletics, including the marathon, the summer of 2022 is set for a spectacular home Games," the official website stated. It will only be the second time that cricket will feature in the event after a men's 50-over competition was part of ...
Police blurred right to protest & terrorist activity: Delhi HC gives bail to Kalita, Narwal, Tanha
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Police blurred right to protest & terrorist activity: Delhi HC gives bail to Kalita, Narwal, Tanha

Pinjra Tod activists Natasha Narwal (left) and Devangana Kalita | By special arrangement Text Size: A- A+ New Delhi: The Delhi High Court Tuesday held that offences under the stringent anti-terror law UAPA are prima facie not made out against Pinjra Tod activists Devangana Kalita and Natasha Narwal, and Jamia Milia Islamia student Asif Iqbal Tanha. A bench of Justices Siddhartha Mridul and Anup J. Bhambani gave its verdict in three separate but similar orders granting them bail. The Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA) case against the three pertains to a “larger conspiracy” behind last year’s riots in northeast Delhi being probed by Delhi Police’s Special Cell. The police have claimed the violence tha...
Karnataka: Post-mortem report of 50-year-old ‘police assault’ victim submitted to CID
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Karnataka: Post-mortem report of 50-year-old ‘police assault’ victim submitted to CID

The post-mortem report of 50-year-old Roy D’Souza, a resident of Virajpet in Karnataka’s Kodagu district who died after he was allegedly assaulted by the police, has been submitted to the Karnataka Crime Investigation Department (CID). Following guidelines from the National Human Rights Commission, the Taluk Magistrate handed over the case to the CID that has commenced its investigation. The post-mortem was conducted on Saturday by two doctors in the presence of Madikeri tehshildar Mahesh. Speaking to indianexpress.com, Mahesh said, “We have submitted the post-mortem report and also the statement of three witnesses and family members to the CID officials.” Meanwhile, the CID officers questioned police personnel K G Nehru, M U Sunil, Ramesh A, H J Tanukumar, N H Satish, ...
Samsung may not launch new foldable phones, Galaxy Z Flip 3, Z Fold 3 at its biggest event in August – Times of India
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Samsung may not launch new foldable phones, Galaxy Z Flip 3, Z Fold 3 at its biggest event in August – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Samsung is expected to launch its next generation foldable smartphones and wearables at the next Galaxy Unpacked event. Recently, popular tipster Max Weinbach claims that the company is expected to launch the devices on August 3. Now, a new online report from South Korea claims that the foldable devices won't launch on August 3. According to an online report by Yonhap News, Samsung is expected to unveil the new Galaxy Z Flip 3 and Galaxy Fold 3 in the first or second week of August 2021. The report mentions that Samsung's H2 flagship launches usually take place on Fridays, so it is possible that the consumer electronics giant might launch the device either on August 6 or August 13. The report also adds that Samsung is also said to launch the Galaxy Watch 4, Galaxy Watch 4 Act...
No confusion in state BJP on the leadership issue: K’taka CM Yediyurappa | India News – Times of India
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No confusion in state BJP on the leadership issue: K’taka CM Yediyurappa | India News – Times of India

BENGALURU: Amid speculations that he may be replaced, Karnataka chief minister B S Yediyurappa on Tuesday said there was no confusion in the state BJP on the issue of leadership and the the party was united. He said one or two legislators or leaders might be upset, and the party will talk to them. The statement from the chief minister comes a day ahead of BJP national General Secretary in-charge of Karnataka, Arun Singh's three-day visit to the state. "Arun Singh is Karnataka in-charge, he is coming to the state, he will talk to all legislators and Members of Parliament, there are no confusions, he has said anyone can meet him. He will gather all the information in detail... he will be there for a couple of days. I will also be with him and give all required cooperation," Yediyurappa...
UK sees record jump in employee numbers in May – Times of India
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UK sees record jump in employee numbers in May – Times of India

LONDON: The number of employees on British company payrolls surged by a record amount in May as Covid restrictions eased and pubs and restaurants resumed indoor service, though it still remains more than half a million below its pre-pandemic peak. Tax data released on Tuesday showed that British companies increased their number of employees by 197,000 in May, the biggest single-month increase since records began in July 2014, taking the total to 28.5 million. Congratulations!You have successfully cast your voteLogin to view resultTuesday's figures also showed the fastest headline wage growth since 2007 in the year to April, although statisticians warned that this was distorted by comparisons with depressed wages a year ago and greater job losses among low-paid staff. "The level of emp...
Bawara Dil: Shiva and Siddhi’s love story to begin soon?
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Bawara Dil: Shiva and Siddhi’s love story to begin soon?

<p>In the serial Bawara Dil, Shiva and Siddhi are dancing on the songs from the 90s. Guess what? It is actually Shiva's dream. He is falling in love with Siddhi but still unaware about this. Will their love story begin soon? Will they realise their love for each other? Watch this video to know more.</p> Source link