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Day July 18, 2021

What is Pegasus spyware and how does it hack phones?

David Pegg It is the name for perhaps the most powerful piece of spyware ever developed – certainly by a private company. Once it has wormed its way on to your phone, without you noticing, it can turn it into… Continue Reading →

On Pegasus phone tapping news- ‘Who is spying in the government’

In India, on July 18, there were reports on social media that an important report related to the use of spyware software Pegasus is about to be published. These reports gained strength when Subramanian Swamy tweeted about it and wrote that… Continue Reading →

People Bashing Cricketer Shivam Dube For Marrying Muslim Girl Is Exactly What’s Wrong With Society

Prakash Rai   Indian all-rounder Shivam Dube married the love of his life Anjum Khan in a private ceremony on Friday. While many congratulated the all-rounder on entering a new phase in life, there was no shortage of people spewing hatred and questioning… Continue Reading →

Punjab Women Collective calls upon Women Commissions to intervene in case Sikh Girl, Separated from Muslim Husband by Force, Married to A Sikh

Punjab Women Collective, expresses deep concern over incidents surrounding the around young adult Kashmiri Sikh women who married Muslim men, and often converted to Islam, after exercising their own free will in choosing their partners. However, they are being portrayed… Continue Reading →

“The one who stood in the eye of the storm”: Jamia Millia Islamia’s statement on the death of Danish Siddiqui

The Caravan On 16 June, Danish Siddiqui, a Pulitzer-winning photographer, was killed while on assignment in Afghanistan. Siddiqui was the chief photographer for Reuters at the time. He was a prolific photojournalist whose images spoke to defining moments in Indian… Continue Reading →

Do you know Kadambini Ganguly : One of India’s First Women Graduates & Doctors- A symbol of women’s liberation

Kadambini Ganguly was the first female practitioner of Western medicine in India, the first female to gain admission in Calcutta Medical College, and she bagged the top spot as the first female to achieve various other monumental goals. Breaking barriers… Continue Reading →

An urban forest in Jaipur set to make way for a Fintech Park; protesting citizens launch ‘Dol Ka Badh Bachao’ movement

The 40-hectare green wooded area in the heart of Jaipur, Rajasthan, awaits its demise as the Rajasthan government proposes to clear the land to set up a fintech park for chartered accountants and IT professionals. Outraged environmentalists and citizens say… Continue Reading →

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