Underlining the need for Cyber Security Co-operation between South Asian nations, Sri Lanka's top envoy to India has invited country's hackers and security researchers to Colombo so that they can 'share knowledge with their Sri Lankan counterparts'.
In the backdrop of the controversial US surveillance programme, experts are raising a timely and an important question: Should all Internet Administrations and Regulatory Bodies be put out of US jurisdiction and under the UN control?
Father of Irfan Ahmad Ganaie, a teenager who was shot dead by army late Saturday night, urged media this morning to 'tell the world what has happened to us' as he made arrangements for the funeral of his 17-year-old son in Sumbal area of north Kashmir's Bandipora district.
Immediately after Justice (retd.) Markandey Katju shot off a letter to Maharashtra governor seeking pardon for Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt; many people took to social networking websites like Facebook and Twitter and berated Katju for what they saw 'subversion of Indian judiciary'. Were they genuinely ruing what they saw a threat to democracy or was it the same old, but unfortunate anger where Dutt's crime appeared hefty, as he had sided with gangsters who happened to be Muslims?