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Cybercriminals targeting employees’ wage and tax data: report

NEW DELHI: Ransomware has become the most prevalent type of malicious software — found in 39 per cent of malware-related cases — as cybercriminals are now targeting HR departments to obtain personal data for the filing of fraudulent tax returns, a new report said on Tuesday. Please like & share: Read More »

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Exide launches sealed, maintenance-free battery KOLKATA:  Exide Industries Ltd on Tuesday launched the “country’s first” completely sealed and maintenance-free battery for the automotive after-market. Please like & share: Read More »

Mumbai airport’s main runway shut for 6 hrs

MUMBAI: Flight services at the Mumbai airport were hit badly on Monday with two major carriers — Jet Airways and Air India — together cancelling over 100 flights and rescheduling about 70 services due to the closure of the main runway for six hours for pre-monsoon maintenance work. Please like & share: Read More »

Talk of banking sector crisis post PNB fraud only fearmongering: BSE CEO

WASHINGTON: The talk of India’s banking sector plunging into a financial crisis is nothing but “fearmongering” as the amount of fraud in the Nirav Modi case is equivalent to just three days of interest of the country’s “solid” banking sector, BSE CEO Ashish Chauhan has said here. Please like & share: Read More »

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D-Link extends 5-year warranty on CCTVs  MUMBAI: D-Link, the global leader in connectivity for home, small business, mid-to-large sized enterprise environments, and service providers recently ventured into CCTV segment. Please like & share: Read More »

Dabur completes acquisition of 2 SA firms

IANS   NEW DELHI Dabur India on Friday said it has completed acquisition of two South Africa-based personal care products companies through its step-down, wholly owned subsidiary Dermoviva Skin Essentials. According to the fast-moving consumer goods major, the two companies — D and A Cosmetics and Atlanta Body & Health Products — have become step down, wholly-owned subsidiary companies of ... Read More »