Monthly Archives: August 2017

Good News For Infosys on the Ganesha Chaturthi Day

It gives me great pleasure to wish the visitors a Happy Ganesha Chaturthi, a popular festival in India, particularly because it also brings with it the happy news about Mr Nandan Nilekani coming back to Infosys as Executive Chairman. Ganesha … Continue reading

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Supreme Court Judgement on Privacy as a Fundamental Right… What changes?

The Supreme Court judgement on Privacy delivered today by a 9 Judge bench, has categorically made a statement that “Right to Privacy is a Fundamental Right” under Article 21 of the constitution as part of the “Right to Life and … Continue reading

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20 Seconds Mobile Hacking scare… Can We look at Solutions?

For the last few days, the YouTube video of Mr Saket Modi showing the 20 Sec mobile hack in a TV studio in front of honourable Minister of IT and Law, Mr Ravishankar Prasad with some key officials of Government … Continue reading

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Round Table on Blue Whale Challenge held at Bangalore

A Round Table was held at Bangalore in the FKCCI hall in K G Road, this Sunday, the 20th August 2017 to discuss the “Responsibilities of Parents” in addressing the Blue Whale Challenge issue in which youngsters are committing suicides … Continue reading

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Infosys …Why did Board Chose stock market hours to announce the break?…

In the recent controversy surroundingĀ the resignation of Mr Vishal Sikka as the CEO of Infosys, there was one intriguing aspect of how the Board handled the disclosure of the resignation. This itself is a matter which needs to be debated … Continue reading

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Blue Whale Challenge… Will “Verified Facebook account” be one of the solutions?

The Government of India has issued instructions to social media sites such as Google, Facebook etc to block links to the Blue Whale game. It is stated that some have implemented it and some have not. Today social media accounts … Continue reading

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