Apple confirms iOS 11.2 glitch that doesn’t let users reinstall Apple Pay Cash

NEW DELHI: Apple may have rushed with its iOS 11.2 update to fix the ‘date’ bug. Although users got Apple Pay Cash, a peer-to-peer payment system, as a part of the OS update, they seems to have also received a new bug for the same feature. iDrop News website has found a new glitch that lets users delete Apple Pay Cash feature for iMessage but doesn’t let them reinstall it. Report adds that rebooting the device doesn’t help nor does checking the App Store. Enabling or disabling Apple Pay from the Settings page doesn’t solve the issue. The service is … Continue reading Apple confirms iOS 11.2 glitch that doesn’t let users reinstall Apple Pay Cash

Dilip Kumar: Rare images of the veteran actor

Known as the Tragedy King, and the first superstar of Bollywood, veteran actor Dilip Kumar is credited with bringing realism to film acting in the Indian subcontinent, and is considered one of the greatest and most influential actors of all time. Kumar was one of the biggest Indian movie stars, and a pioneer of method acting, predating Hollywood method actors such as Marlon Brando. Source: Times Of India   Continue reading Dilip Kumar: Rare images of the veteran actor

1st ODI: Sri Lanka bulldoze India by seven wickets in Dharamsala

DHARAMSALA: They were crying for South African wickets, they got them twice, and they came out with a cropper on both occasions. The Indian team, during the ongoing tour by Sri Lanka, has often talked about the looming tour to South Africa in January next year, and how they wanted to prepare for it by simulating pitches and conditions in matches against the Lankans. The first time when the Indian team was provided seaming conditions in this series was in the first Test in Kolkata when the team was shot out for 179 in their first innings, and Suranga Lakmal … Continue reading 1st ODI: Sri Lanka bulldoze India by seven wickets in Dharamsala

Man attacks wife with cleaver in northwest Delhi

NEW DELHI: A 25-year-old woman suffered injuries on her face and arms after she was attacked by her husband in northwest Delhi’s Bhalswa Dairy on Saturday morning. The accused has been arrested under Section 307 of the IPC. The victim, said that she was attacked around 4 am when she was sleeping with her husband. “The accused suddenly woke up and brought in a cleaver and attacked his wife, who suffered cuts on her face and arms,” said a senior police officer. “The husband was reportedly having an affair with another woman and wanted to marry her. His wife came … Continue reading Man attacks wife with cleaver in northwest Delhi

Gayatri Devi’s grandchildren to inherit estate

NEW DELHI: Delhi high court ruled in favour of the two grandchildren of the Rajmata of Jaipur, Gayatri Devi, saying that they are the legal heirs to her property. Overturning the previous order, which held that two stepsons of the late maharani of Jaipur were also entitled for a share, H.C (High Court) disposed the plea of the two grandchildren- Devraj Singh and Lalitya Kumari and said they would inherit the entire estate. The death of Gayatri Devi, third wife of Sawai Man Singh-II, led to a property dispute between the children of her only son Jagat Singh and her … Continue reading Gayatri Devi’s grandchildren to inherit estate

Govt. seeks review of NGT’s odd even order

Neighborhood News/ New Delhi:  The measurement of the odd-even road standpoint has been changed from the Delhi Government before The National Green Tribunal (N.G.T) within 24 hours. On Wednesday the government that the transport department will launch a “scheme” if the air pollution hits the severe level again and on Thursday a “slight” change took place and a petition for action was issued. For nearly a week in November the air pollution had turned “severe” witch caused the AAP Government to roll out the road rationing measures and the NGT refused to exempt women, two wheeler’s and government servants from … Continue reading Govt. seeks review of NGT’s odd even order

Unauthorized constructions in Delhi may get a breather

Neighborhood News Desk/ New Delhi: The Centre is preparing to extend a legal immunity that spares unauthorized constructions. Government had ensured through a law stating that no sealing or demolition would happen to those illegal constructions in residential and commercial buildings. The Law gave protection to all illegal constructions, including unauthorized colonies. The government’s plan comes up the same time the supreme court pulled up civic agencies for failing to stop rampant unauthorized constructions and misuse of residential properties.   Continue reading Unauthorized constructions in Delhi may get a breather

(Art of Living) Festival damages Yamuna

Neighbourhood News Desk/ New Delhi:  “The Art Of Living ” Foundation which was held by The National Green Tribunal (N.G.T) on Thursday damaged the Yamuna Floodplains which took place on The World Culture Festival on 2016. Foundation said that the supreme court would appeal the order. Tribunal stated that “The Art Of Living” Foundation last year have paid a Rs. 5 Crore Fine for Yamuna’s  Restoration and the Delhi Development Authority (D.D.A) is also responsible for this as well. An Expert informed the NGT that Rs. 42.02 Crore is required to restore Yamuna Floodplains where the festival took place from … Continue reading (Art of Living) Festival damages Yamuna

IIT placements: It is IT companies all the way

Mumbai: Placement 2017 has been about IT companies indulging in bulk hiring. On most campuses, tech firms have emerged as the largest shoppers for talent. IIT Kanpur witnessed the biggest wave as Intel picked full-class size of 59 candidates It came with two profiles —hardware and software and picked up computer science graduates for coding and electrical engineering students for hardware openings. At IIT Bombay, Samsung picked 30 students from campus placements and 15 others were offered pre-placement offers. The candidates will be placed in the Korea, Noida, Delhi and Bangalore offices. Last year, the company hired 22 students. Source: … Continue reading IIT placements: It is IT companies all the way