An Uttar Pradesh government employee, who is facing charges of sexually abusing 50 children for a decade, used to allegedly target poor families because the victims could be lured with gadgets and electronics, said senior Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) officials on Wednesday.
Ram Bhavan Singh, a suspended junior engineer in the state irrigation department posted in Chitrakoot , was arrested by CBI from Banda district on Monday. If found guilty, he faces life imprisonment.
He is facing charges under the Information Technology Act, Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act and Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code for allegedly sexually exploiting children between 5 and 16, for a decade and selling videos and photographs of sexual abuse on the dark web to paedophiles across the world.
The CBI recovered eight mobile phones, around eight lakh rupees in cash, sex toys, laptop, and other digital evidence carrying huge amount
“Karen Carter Peterson is running to represent Louisiana’s 2nd U.S. Congressional District,” a website linked on Peterson’s official Twitter account said.
NEW ORLEANS — Louisiana state Sen. Karen Carter Peterson appears to be aiming for the U.S. Congress seat that will soon be vacated by Rep. Cedric Richmond.
“Karen Carter Peterson is running to represent Louisiana’s 2nd U.S. Congressional District,” a website linked on the Democratic state senator’s official social media accounts said.
The website, which according to Archive.org was recently updated in the last two weeks, did not provide any additional details about a campaign.
Peterson has served as state senator for Louisiana’s 5th State Senate district, which includes New Orleans and a small portion of Jefferson Parish, since 2010. Earlier this year, Peterson announced that she would not seek another four-year term.
Peterson was re-elected in 2019 with 79.4 percent of the votes cast in the election.
This beautifully and cleverly curated box is all you’ll need to ignite the spirit and spark of Dickens’ classic tale. The experience will include individually wrapped envelopes with scenes that can be performed together in person or virtually; character-sketch postcards to color, frame, or send; clever conversation cards to spark dialogue and conversation connecting the timeless themes in Dickens’ classic story with today. Don’t stop there! Enhance your experience online, where you can post photo and video submissions of your own A Christmas Carol performances, access a full script, and find
As the Trump campaign offered up dubious anecdotes of election-rigging, Trump-friendly Internet data detectives raised an alarm of their own: allegations of voter fraud based purely on mathematics. One such analysis relied on Benford’s Law, a tool of forensic accounting ordinarily used to identify when records have been fabricated. By scrutinizing precinct-level vote totals in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania, the amateur data sleuths cited Benford’s Law to report that Biden’s votes seemed fishy whereas Trump’s looked genuine.
Alas, while the idea of employing a method for exposing white-collar financial crimes to catch the Biden campaign supposedly cooking the books has obvious appeal to Trump supporters, the argument is nonsense.
Benford’s Law concerns the first digits of a group of numbers; with the numbers 329, 490, and 1,232, we would focus only on the 3, 4, and 1. Counterintuitively, the law predicts that in many circumstances — business expenses, population sizes,
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Renesas Electronics Corporation (TSE:6723), a premier supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, today launched a new sustainability website, “Sustainability at Renesas”, that provides all stakeholders with information on Renesas’ commitments and initiatives on realizing a sustainable society. Visit http://www.renesas.com/sustainability to view the company’s new sustainability reporting website and learn more.
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“In the midst of the current COVID-19 global pandemic, Renesas remains even more committed to the contributions we make to realizing a sustainable society,” said Hidetoshi Shibata, President and CEO at Renesas. “Renesas has been providing various non-financial information through Corporate Governance Reports and Environmental Reports. We launched the new Sustainability website today to provide our stakeholders with easy access
If you go to restaurants or shopping malls, you’ll probably see parents giving their mobile device to their child to keep him or her quiet. Even at home, many parents love to see their kids play with their mobile phones, laptops and tablets, but healthcare experts warn that this could affect the child’s mental and physical development. Constantly glued to the mobile phone, physical activity takes a backseat. This puts them at risk for obesity and other illnesses. Like it or not, the fact is that the proliferation of devices is growing by leaps and bounds, and we need to curb our children’s growing device addiction. Recently, this writer came across two interesting and meaningful solutions for parents worrying about their children’s increasing screen time.
A 75-foot Norway spruce arrived at New York City’s Rockefeller Center on Nov. 14 to serve as one of the world’s most famous Christmas trees. The tree will be decorated over the coming weeks and more than 5 miles of lights will be illuminated at a ceremony at 7 p.m. Dec. 2, according to NBC.
The famous tree is popular with tourists every year, but this year most of the attention is coming virtually — and not just because people are staying home. The Internet is abuzz with jokes at the tree’s expense. The less-than-regal pine tree has been getting trolled online for being, well, kind of ugly. Its scrawny branches are being interpreted as a visual representation of 2020.
Aging is a process that affects not only living beings. Many materials, like plastics and glasses, also age—i.e. they change slowly over time as their particles try to pack better—and there are already computer models to describe this. Biological materials, such as living tissue, can show similar behavior to glasses except that the particles are actual cells or bacteria which have their own propulsion. Researchers at the University of Göttingen have now used computer simulations to explore the aging behavior of these “living” glassy systems. There was a surprise in that the activity of the particles can actually drive aging, which has potential consequences for a number of applications. Their research was published in Physical Review Letters.
In materials like glasses and plastics, their particles pack
The San Francisco Public Defender’s Office on Wednesday launched a new website where members of the public can search for police records of misconduct, shootings, civil suits and certain officer complaints.
The tool, believed to be among the first in the country, comes less than two years after landmark California bill cracked open many police files for the first time, lifting the curtain on what had been decades of secrecy surrounding police personnel documents. Beginning in 2019, records on police uses of force and certain bad behavior became available to anyone with the know-how to request them, and the months — or years — to wait out their return.
The website, called CopWatch, is meant to act as a a clearinghouse for public information about San Francisco’s law enforcement agencies.
“This database really comes out of our core work,” Public Defender Mano Raju told The Chronicle Tuesday, the day before