Chinese watch most porn at work: Survey

Pornography continues to be one of the most popular methods of hiding malware or malicious content

New York: When it comes to watching porn at work, the Chinese are way ahead of others. Pornography continues to be one of the most popular methods of hiding malware or malicious content At 19 percent, China has the worst record for viewing adult content sites on a work device, with Mexico (10 percent) and the Britain (nine percent) not far behind, a More...

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His fears are underscored by the killing of seven Indian army personnel in two separate incidents in 2013 in South Sudan
By IANS On Friday, May 29th, 2015
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Indian army colonel in UN peacekeeping operation injured in South Sudan

United Nations: As the UN peacekeeping operations in South Sudan struggles with inadequate resources and widening mandates, an Indian Army colonel was injured in crossfire between two warring groups there Thursday, More...

The Tibetan leader emphasised that discrimination and violence against Rohingyas was unjust
By Agencies On Thursday, May 28th, 2015
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Dalai Lama urges Aung San Suu Kyi to defend Rohingyas

Sydney: The Dalai Lama has urged Burmese Nobel Peace Prize winner, Aung San Suu Kyi, to defend the ethnic Muslim minority Rohingya group against persecution in Myanmar, Australian media reported on Thursday. The More...

The battle over Baissas' right to post an image of the painting on the social network has continued for almost four years
By IANS On Saturday, May 23rd, 2015
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Frenchman posts art, Facebook cries nudity

London: Facebook has removed the profile of a French art lover after he posted on his page a painting that the social networking site termed ‘nude’. The man has threatened to sue. The battle over Baissas’ More...

Getting the ad published was not a cakewalk for Padma in a country where homosexuality is still illegal and a social taboo
By IANS On Wednesday, May 20th, 2015
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Woman places matrimonial ad, seeks groom for gay son!

Mumbai: It was an innocuous matrimonial advertisement in a newspaper like millions others – a boy wanting to get married and settle down. Getting the ad published was not a cakewalk for Padma in a country where More...

Russian President Vladimir Putin was joined by his Indian and Chinese counterparts Pranab Mukherjee and Xi Jinping
By IANS On Saturday, May 9th, 2015
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Russia puts up grand show at Victory Day parade

Moscow: Russia on Saturday put up a grand show to mark the 70th anniversary of the capitulation of Nazi Germany in 1945, at the annual Victory Day parade here. Russian President Vladimir Putin was joined by his More...

The ancient temple collapsed in the 7.9-magnitude earthquake that shook half of Nepal
By IANS On Saturday, May 9th, 2015
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Ancient jewel-studded vest missing after Nepal quake

Kathmandu: The search for idols, jewellery, gajur or temple’s pinnacle and the renowned Bhoto or jewel-studded vest presumed to be buried under the rubble of the collapsed Rato Machindranath temple at Bungmati More...

The procession will culminate at Takht Sri Keshgarh Sahib in Anandpur Sahib town on May 20
By IANS On Wednesday, May 6th, 2015
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Procession carrying relics of Sikh Gurus begins in Punjab

Chandigarh: Amid singing of hymns and religious fervour, a procession carrying the relics of three Sikh Gurus started from Punjab’s Patiala city, 80 km from here, on Wednesday. The procession will culminate More...

Keshri, a former Bengal Under-19 captain, was hospitalised with a head injury on April 17
By IANS On Saturday, May 2nd, 2015
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Rights group seeks probe into Ankit Keshri’s death

Kolkata: A rights group has filed a police complaint demanding an investigation into the “unnatural” death of cricketer Ankit Keshri and punishment of all those responsible for his demise. Keshri, a More...

Swayambhunath temple, considered among the oldest religious sites in Nepal
By IANS On Saturday, May 2nd, 2015
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Unesco team at Swayambhunath temple to prevent looting

Kathmandu: The iconic central stupa, with its gazing eyes of the Buddha at Kathmandu’s iconic Swayambhunath temple still stands tall at the hilltop, but the surrounding structures inside this famed Buddhist More...