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Putting the EVM controversy to rest

Atanu Biswas

The VVPAT machines, which will be attached to the EVMs, will allow voters to verify if their vote has gone to the intended candidate. (Photo: pib.nic.in) Doubts about the reliability of electronic voting machines will continue unless election results obtained through EVMs and voter-verified paper trails are matched through statistically rigorous tests

Why Chinese tourists matter

Gautam Bambawale

Chinese tourists India has the capacity to entertain many more tourists from across our northern borders

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Twitter before Parliament

It should have proactively engaged with Indian lawmakers

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Algorithmic trading a 'prerequisite' for surviving tomorrow's markets

With technology, data sciences and automated trading beginning to play a big role, this skill is fast becoming a prerequisite

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Twitter is testing a 'News Camera' feature, which is lot like Snapchat

The micro-blogging site removed its original 'Moments' feature from its Android and iOS apps in October 2018

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