Now, dress turns transparent as you share personal data

Researchers have developed a data-driven smart dress that becomes transparent in response to the digital data the wearer is producing.

Patel says BCCI pressurised Aus, Eng boards for ICC revamp

The BCCI had threatened to form a parallel world cricket body before the England and Australian boards agreed to the controversial restructuring of the ICC and decided to give a lion`s share of revenue to the Indian board, said its secretary Sanjay Patel Saturday.

Facebook-inspired tweaks turn off Twitter users

Twitter users have been reportedly turned off by the recent changes on the microblogging site, which allegedly appear to be inspired by Facebook.

Black money: Germany-India share substantial info

Germany is sharing "substantial" information with India on black money stashed overseas and will continue to do so, the country`s Ambassador said.

Cong must share responsibility with TC: Pranab

Union Finance Minister Pranab
Mukherjee on Friday said the Congress, a partner in the Trinamool
Congress-led government in West Bengal, must share equal
responsibility with the senior partner in working for the
people.

Why people share stories, news and information with other folks

According to a recent study, the sharing of stories or information may be driven in part by arousal.

Five things you should never share on Facebook

Almost every user likes to share everything on their Facebook page but certain updates can lead to criticism, embarrassment and even job termination.

Mamata takes dig at Buddhadeb for sharing dais with Basu

Trinamool Congress chief Mamata
Banerjee on Saturday took a dig at West Bengal CM Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee for sharing the dais with CPI(M)
leader Anil Basu who had come under fire for making derogatory
remarks against her.

Traffic police, transport department sharing data in Delhi

The Delhi transport department
and the city traffic police have begun the process of sharing
their database, including that on driving licenses and erring
drivers, a city court has been informed.

Cong MP shares Advani`s views on Jinnah

Congress member Rajeev Shukla
on Tuesday echoed the views of BJP leader L K Advani as he
contended that Pakistan founder M A Jinnah was never against
the minorities and did not favour `one-community` nation.

US envoy asked Washington to talk India out of sharing info

US envoy to Pakistan Anne
Patterson had asked her government to talk India out of its
plans to release information on investigation into Mumbai
terror attacks of 2008.

`India`s N-power share to be nearly 25% by 2050`

India`s nuclear power share is
projected to be almost 25 per cent of the country`s total
energy produced by 2050 with most of it coming from fast
breeder reactors, a top nuclear scientist has said.

US shared credible terror info with India: Roemer

Insisting that it had shared "potentially
credible" terror-related inputs with India, the US on Saturday said it was looking into media reports that FBI had prior knowledge of David Headley`s links with terror groups in Pakistan.

Forum: Share your Ramazan memories, wish your friends

The holy moth of Ramazan is here agaun, bringing along the message of peace, tolerance and forgiveness. Zee News invites you to post your comments, share you experiences and wish your loved ones on the occasion of Ramazan and Eid.

India seeks Germany`s nod to share black money info with ED

India has asked Germany to allow
it to share information on black money, allegedly stashed by
18 Indians in LGT Bank, with the Enforcement Directorate that
investigates violations of foreign exchange norms.

US, EU banking data sharing deal to make people safer: Obama

US President Barack Obama
on Thursday said the deal between the Washington and the EU to tap
into banking data for terrorism related investigations would
make people safer, as he vowed to protect privacy and civil
liberties.

Europe to share banking data for US terror probes

Europe agreed on Thursday to allow
the United States to tap into banking data for terrorism
investigations after securing safeguards to protect the
privacy of European citizens.

`India not stealing Pakistan`s share of river waters`

India is not "stealing" Pakistan`s share of river waters and all hydropower projects being built by the country conform to the provisions of the Indus Waters Treaty of 1960, Indus Waters Commissioner G Ranganathan on Tuesday said.

Google China market share climbs in last six months

The search engine giant Google, which has threatened to wind up operations in China, saw its share in the search engine market in that country rise significantly in the last six months.

Consider action against RIL: SEBI to Govt

SEBI has asked the government to consider appropriate action against RIL for allegedly routing funds to dummy companies for buying large quantity of its shares in the year 2000.