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How to Prevent Ransomware-as-a-Service RaaS Attacks?

Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS) is among the rising threats on the cyber front. This model allows even the greenest hackers to rent or lease ransomware tools, allowing them to launch sophisticated attacks. As the number of RaaS attacks grows, organizations have to adapt to new strategies for dealing with them.      2H 2022 1H 2023 Total […]

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How Holi Has Become A Permission For Sexual Harassment

The vibrant hues of Holi brighten India’s streets every spring. Families and friends gather to joyfully douse each other with bright green, pink, and yellow colors. It all appears so good from above. But behind those vivid powders, an increasingly dark reality has emerged – sexual harassment and violence masquerading under the guise of Holi’s

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Sidelining Women From The Workforce Is Keeping India From Developing

Despite India’s rise as the world’s fifth-largest economy, a glaring issue persists – the shockingly low participation of women in the workforce. Only 1 in 10 working-age Indian women are formally employed, a deplorable statistic that lags behind even Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. As per the World Bank, only 28% of Indian women engage in

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BJP-Chandigarh Situation: Cronyism And Corruption In City Beautiful

New Delhi: The recent mayoral elections in Chandigarh have become the latest controversy dividing the people. The elections exposed the shady underbelly of politics in the Union Territory—bringing to light allegations of corruption and disregard for democratic norms by the ruling BJP.   The drama unfolded when the Aam Aadmi Party presented CCTV footage from

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India’s $40B “God” Industry – Religion, Economics, And Social Impact

India is by far the most religious country in the world. With over 80% of the total 1.4 billion population identifying as Hindu—Islam is the second largest religion, with significant numbers of Sikhs, Christians, Buddhists, Jains, and others. Religion permeates many aspects of life across the subcontinent—for better and worse—and I will tell you why.

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4 Fantastic Ways Ram Mandir Can Boost The Local Economy

The grand inauguration of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya on January 22 was a momentous occasion that echoed with Hindus worldwide. But Ram Mandir’s impact will be far beyond its spiritual and cultural influence. It needs to and will become an economic juggernaut that will elevate Ayodhya and the entire state of Uttar Pradesh economically

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7 Video Games With Locations Inspired From India

India boasts a rich natural and cultural heritage, with diverse landscapes, architectures, and moods that offer endless inspiration. Unsurprisingly, various aspects of India have made their way into popular video games, with developers drawing from the subcontinent’s rich history, architecture, and folklore. Remember playing POP: The Sands of Time’s first level on your old computer?

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PM Modi to Undertake 11-Day Spiritual Retreat Before Ram Mandir Consecration Ceremony on Jan 22

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will undertake an 11-day spiritual retreat known as anushthan ahead of the grand consecration ceremony of the Ram Mandir in Ayodhya on January 22. The PM announced on Friday in a video message shared on his social media handles. Modi said he feels fortunate to be able to witness the historic

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Indian Temples Have Over 1 Trillion in Wealth, But the Government Does Not Know How to Use It

It’s true that Indian temples currently hold (WAY) more than 1 trillion rupees in accumulated assets and donations—from gold, silver, and other precious artifacts to countless fiat cash. But much of this vast religious subsidy has yet to be transformed into social and economic value for the communities and the Indian population.   Temples will

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