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Microsoft told to compensate after Windows 10 ‘affected’ PCs

London: A British consumer watchdog has told technology giant Microsoft to compensate customers whose computers have been adversely affected by the Windows 10 upgrade. Last year Microsoft rolled out a free Windows 10 update to all its customers. However, the widely accepted new operating system did not come out as good as people hoped it

CBI probe in DA case against CM hints at malafide: HC told

New Delhi: Himachal Pradesh Chief MinisterVirbhadra Singh, an accused in a disproportionate assets case along with others, on Thursday claimed in Delhi High Court that the way in which the probe was conducted showed an ‘element of enthusiasm’ on CBI’s part indicating an element of ‘malafide’. Questioning CBI’s jurisdiction in registering the case here, his

College told to admit students on notified fee or face action

Taking a tough stand, the state government on Thursday asked the private Maharishi Markandeshwar Medical College (MMMC) authorities in Solan district to give admission to students against 50 per cent government quota seats which comes to 75 immediately or face action. “We have conveyed it to the management of MMMC to give admission to the

Dad I toppped, now it’s your turn: Daughter told Jhajharia

Kolkata: Javelin thrower Devendra Jhajharia has revealed that a “deal” with his six-year-old daughter propelled him to win a record second gold medal in the Paralympics. Jiya, who would accompany Jhajaria to training in Rajasthan, struck a deal with her father that if she topped in the lower kindergarten exam, he would have to win

MCDs action plan awaited on seismic zone-IV buildings: HC told

New Delhi: The AAP government has informedthe Delhi High Court that an “action plan” on making buildings here compliant with the Building Code, 2005 for seismic zone-IV was still awaited from the three municipal corporations. In its affidavit filed before a bench of justices Badar Durrez Ahmed and Ashutosh Kumar, the Delhi government said despite

Told Pakistan not to glorify terror: Rajnath

New Delhi: Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Friday said he told Pakistan not to glorify terrorism and urged all Saarc nations to respect United Nations ban on terror oufits. “I told them that strongest action must be taken not just against the terrorists but also those who support terrorism,” Rajnath Singh told the Rajya Sabha, a

School teachers in Haryana told not wear jeans at work

Chandigarh: School teachers in Haryana havebeen told not to wear jeans at work and to be formally dressed. An order in this regard was issued by Director of Elementary Education, Haryana (Panchkula). “It has been observed that teachers in primary and middle schools come to schools in jeans. They are also found in jeans while

Visit at 5 am, click pix to check open defecation: Jhalawar teachers told

Kota: The district education department in Jhalawar, Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje’s home town and assembly constituency, has asked government teachers to check open defecation in their respective school areas by going out on visit at 5 am to generate awareness and also click photos of those found relieving themselves in open. The order, however, has

Put up a united face to win 2017 polls: Rahul

 RAHUL FOCUSSES ON  Elimination of drug menace, promoting industries and employment and making agriculture remunerative.  The meeting, was organised by poll strategist Prashant Kishor’s Indian Political Action Committee (IPAC)  Congress aims to wrest power in Punjab in 2017 after setbacks in the 2007 and 2012 polls, when the party was defeated by the SAD-BJP coalition.