At a time when social media is flooded with misinformation over the coronavirus pandemic, three young Kashmiri students have created an app that provides crucial information about the infection and its spread in Valley along with geographical location.
With world now virtually forced into a lockdown by a noval pandemic, Kashmiris on twitter are taking a sly dig at the international community. They are drawing comparisons between the current lockdown in the world with that of Kashmir.
What if students could sleep in on the day of the final examination and let a computer program take the test for them?
According to research, published in 2018 by Insurance2Go, a gadget insurance provider, revealed that smartphone screens have three times more germs than a toilet seat
There is no question of providing IT firms with any monetary compensation for loss of business during lockdown period following abrogation of Article 370, the government of India said on Friday.
Cisco denies reports from India regarding Cisco involvement in restricting access to social media websites. Cisco strongly supports free expression and open communication on the Internet
The Pilot-in-Command may permit the access of Internet services by passengers on board an aircraft in flight, through Wi-Fi on board
Cyber Police Station Kashmir Zone Srinagar registered a case against online fraudsters who duped a lady from Srinagar of rupees 22 Lacs on the pretext of having won a Lottery
We remain neutral on issues of disputed regions and borders, and make every effort to objectively display the dispute in our maps using a dashed gray border line
We live in an era where the ebb and flow of societal discourse is increasingly channelled through intermediaries on the internet