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ISIS hackers target wrong Google, takes down small Indian firm

ISIS hackers target wrong Google, takes down small Indian firm

According to vocative.Com website, CCA had vowed on messaging app Telegram they would attack Google on Monday.

One percent quota for visually impaired; UPSC puts onus on CCA

The UPSC on Monday told the Delhi High Court that it has a "limited mandate" in conducting the civil services exams and reserving seats for physically- handicapped persons, including visually-impaired ones, in them.

Looking into unauthorised digital certificates issue: Govt

The government today said it is looking into the matter raised by tech giants Google and Microsoft which have said that the National Informatics Centre (NIC) has issued unauthorised digital certificates.

Climate body says Australia emissions target `not credible`

The Australian government`s climate change agency warned today that Canberra`s five per cent emissions reduction target was "not credible" compared with other countries and called for it to be tripled.

'Commercial pact with Etihad not to override Jet board powers'

Jet Airways and Etihad have submitted revised documents to the government seeking to allay the FIPB's concerns over control of their proposed venture, saying the commercial co-operation agreement (CCA) will not override powers vested with the company's board.

Bill to replace DGCA by new aviation regulator

The bill would establish the new regulator, to be called the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), which would replace the Directorate General of Civil Aviation and administer and regulate civil aviation safety and managing safety oversight over air transport operators, air service navigation operators and operators of other civil aviation facilities.