India Today Group presents special programming line-up for Bihar polls 2020

With an aim to offer its viewers extensive coverage, the India Today Group has an array of programming content produced exclusively for the Bihar Assembly Elections 2020.

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On Hindi news channel Aaj Tak, there are six dedicated shows being aired — ‘Hello Kaun’, an interactive show on issues that impact Bihar; ‘Election Express’, an election travelogue; ‘Swetpatra’, a detailed analysis of Bihar elections; ‘Patliputra’, political history of Bihar; ‘Kiska hoga Rajtilak’, news-based election bulletin and ‘Bullet Reporter’, electoral journey through 10 constituencies with Deputy Editor Chitra Tripathi.

English news channel India Today TV is also armed with a series of special programmes exclusive to the Bihar elections. The programming includes ‘Bihar Express’, a compilation of stories from the heart of the action; ‘Ground Zero Bihar’ with anchor Rajdeep Sardesai, news stories from ground zero of the first elections since

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India Today Group announces special programming line-up for Bihar polls

NEW DELHI: The India Today Group has planned to launch an array of programming content produced exclusively for the upcoming Bihar Assembly Elections.

On Aaj Tak, there are six dedicated shows being aired: Hello Kaun – an interactive show on issues that impact Bihar, Election Express – an election travelogue, Swetpatra – detailed analysis of Bihar elections, Patliputra – the political history of Bihar, Kiska Hoga Rajtilak – a news-based election bulletin, and Bullet Reporter –  which encapsulates the electoral journey through 10 constituencies with deputy editor Chitra Tripathi.

The media group’s English news channel India Today TV is also ready with a series of special programmes exclusive to the hotly-contested polls in Bihar. The line-up includes Bihar Express – a compilation of stories from the heart of the action; Ground Zero Bihar with anchor Rajdeep Sardesai – news stories from ground zero of the first elections since the Coronavirus

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These best-selling gadgets are all on sale today

Labor Day may have come and gone, but it’s not too late to save big on some of the best and most popular deals on the web. Whether you’re in the market for a mini security camera or a smartwatch that won’t break the bank, there’s something on this list of gadgets for you, and each item is on sale right now for a limited time.

1. Mobile Pixels TRIO: Portable Triple Screen Laptop Monitor (1 Screen)

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Boost your productivity even when you’re on the go with this simple monitor extension. It comes with plug ’n play compatibility, and the screens are small enough to toss in your bag at a moment’s notice.

2. Mobile Pixels DUEX Pro Portable Dual Monitor

MSRP: $300 | Sale Price: $249 (18% off)

This portable monitor extension makes it possible to increase your screen size in

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The US government plans to file antitrust charges against Google today

Attorney General William Bar has filed suit against Google for illegal monopolization of the search and ad markets, kicking off one of the largest antitrust cases in US history. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the case will focus on search and search-focused advertising, rather than the company’s broader targeted ad business.

According to the Journal’s sources, the Justice department will allege that Google “is maintaining its status as gatekeeper to the internet through an unlawful web of exclusionary and interlocking business agreements that shut out competitors.”

Deputy Attorney General Jeffrey A. Rosen has announced a briefing later this morning, which is likely to provide more details on the case.

The case is one of the most ambitious antitrust actions ever undertaken against a tech company, drawing together parallel investigations from the Department of Justice and a range of state attorneys general. The Department of Justice briefed state

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25 tips for navigating the internet today

The internet continues to become more complex, and the changing social norms and constant scam threats can exhaust even canny users. Stacker compiled a list of 25 tips you can use each day to stay safe, avoid scams, and keep your personal information personal—along with some security specifics and search tips. The best tips from public agencies and portals like USA.gov, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Grants.gov, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, and the FBI were combined; the most recommended tips are saved for last. 

Some of these tips may seem obvious, but changing internet norms and the move to smartphones has reset many people’s sense of what’s safe to do or not. Instead of just wild and clearly fake email scams, the internet is full of shiny, professional-looking sites that look exactly like where you planned to buy your concert tickets. On social

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Need of Learning Java Programming Today

Java is a high level language which revolutionized today’s Information technology. Java has been evolved from a language known as Oak. This language finds its own position in today’s IT Industry. Every IT professional should be thorough with the Java programming since major projects are done in this language.

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Java also provides high security. They allow the downloading of un trusted codes from the internet and perform its execution in secure environment. Programmer need not free the memory space explicitly after the use. … Read More

Attention Realtors: Who Wants 2020 Technology Today?

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Data from realestate.com.au reveals people searching for brand-new houses are spending 52% longer on listings with virtual tours compared to those without.

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… After 72 hours people only … Read More