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India reports 1,225 new COVID cases, 28 fatalities in past 24 hours 31-03-2022 10:50 India on Thursday reported 1,225 fresh Covid-19 infections, a marginal fall from previous day's count of 1,233 cases, as per the Union Health Ministry's data. A total of 28 Covid-related deaths...

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While the menace of substandard and falsified (SF) medical products is not new in India, such incidents saw a significant increase during the Covid-19 pandemic - rising by 47 per cent from 2020 to 2021, according to a report.   The report by Authentication Solutions Providers'...

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Yazdi Tantra Yazdi Tantra 19 March 2022
In this modern day and age, we purchase and use a lot of devices and gadgets in our homes and offices. They all come with a warranty and a manual. The manual is invariably misplaced and very difficult to find when the warranty is over. And, after five years, the company’s website may not have...

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Yazdi Tantra Yazdi Tantra 12 March 2022
This is a very simple and efficient EMI (equated monthly instalment) calculator, online. Just enter the principal amount, the rate of interest and period of loan and you will get the EMI instantly. It also gives you the calculations and the working for the entire calculation, the principal...

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Yazdi Tantra Yazdi Tantra 04 March 2022
This is a very simple website which does what it says—it just removes the background from any of your photos. More often than not, when we have wonderful pics, they are marred by the background and it is painfully difficult to remove.   In such cases, you just need to head to

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IANS 28 February 2022
India's daily COVID tally drops below 10,000 in past 24 hours 28-02-2022 11.00 India's daily Covid cases on Monday dropped below 10,000 for the first time since the beginning of third-wave and recorded 8,013 fresh infections in a span of 24 hours. A total of 119 new Covid related...

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Yazdi Tantra Yazdi Tantra 26 February 2022
Quite often, we need to use photos from the Web in our presentations, blogs, brochures or websites. Looking up images online and using them is always fraught with copyright and proprietary risks. You never know when you could be in trouble.   Pexels is a free stock photo and video...

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Moneylife Digital Team 25 February 2022
“Anything in excess can be problematic and this is also the case with food additives. Food safety regulators enforce limits on the use of food additives and colours in our foods, to ensure that the harmful effects are kept to a minimum or are negligible, but consumers still need to make...

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Moneylife Digital Team 16 February 2022
“Honey has been used as a super food for centuries. Was it processed, filtered or heated in those days? No…so why is processing required now and is your ‘processed’ honey truly pure?”questioned Mukesh Pathak, beekeeper and founder of Faba Honey, while speaking at a webinar organised by...

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IANS 11 February 2022
Binance, one of the world's biggest cryptocurrency firms, will take a $200m stake in Forbes in the latest twist for the 105-year-old media brand, the BBC reported.   Forbes, known for its ranking of billionaires, said the deal would help make it a leader supplying information about...

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Yazdi Tantra Yazdi Tantra 04 February 2022
This is a very simple game to kill time, while you are waiting for someone, during travel or just getting ready for your next appointment.   Just join the dots in vertical or horizontal planes and traverse through the maze of this fun, free puzzle game. Adventure through 3,800 fun and...

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Moneylife Digital Team 03 February 2022
“The sum and substance of all cosmetic products, is that the large print giveth and the small print taketh away,” shared Geeta Prakash, founder and CEO of Parama Naturals, while speaking at a webinar organised by Moneylife Foundation.   Most consumers only read the label on a product...

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Ranganathan V Ranganathan V 31 January 2022
Statistics are out on an epic battle that was close to the longest final in a grand slam event ever. The victor had 16 more unforced errors and seven less outright winners than the vanquished, a statistic that would be baffling the computers should they be predicting the outcome of a match...

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At 2.09 lakh, India reports 10% dip in new COVID cases 31-01-2022 11:30      India has reported 2,09,918 Covid cases in a span of 24 hours, 10 per cent lower than the previous day's 2.34 lakh. In the same time span, 959 fresh Covid deaths have also been reported, said the Union health...

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Yazdi Tantra Yazdi Tantra 29 January 2022
Notesnook is an easy to use private notes app and organiser. It is fully cross-platform. Download it on all your devices for free. Sync notes between your computer, tablet and mobile seamlessly. Syncing is automatic and almost instant; so no matter which device you are using, your notes are...

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Cezary Podkul (ProPublica) 28 January 2022
This story was originally published by ProPublica.   More stolen personal data is available online than ever before. A man who once ran a website that prosecutors called the Amazon of stolen identity information offers his tips on the best ways to protect your data.   Ngô Minh...

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Cyber-criminals have allegedly stolen data of thousands of people in India, including health workers, from a government server (that has even been indexed in Google Search), which includes name, mobile number, address and Covid test results.   The data of over 20,000 Indians are...

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Yazdi Tantra Yazdi Tantra 21 January 2022
Moasure is a 300metre/1,000feet tape measure, ruler, protractor and a goniometer (angle measurer)—all in one simple app. Simply move your phone from one point to another point and Moasure displays the distance or height difference between the two points, or the angle between them. There’s no...

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Maryam Jameel (ProPublica) 21 January 2022
This story was originally published by ProPublica.   A salmonella outbreak sickened more than 60 people at a funeral reception in Texas. Two years later, some of them are still coping with the financial and medical consequences.   On a cloudy day in November 2019, family and...

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The Centre has told the Supreme Court that it has not issued any Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for persons with disabilities to carry Covid-19 vaccination certificates for any purpose.   The Centre, in an affidavit, said: "Vaccination for Covid-19 is of larger public interest in...

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