Friday Morning News Brief, October 20

Friday morning brief Oct 20 2017
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A government agency has warned that using Wi-Fi at public places like railway stations and airports is an invitation to cyber attacks. Browsing the internet using public Wi-Fi leaves people exposed to cyber attacks, the Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-in) said. It added that exploitation of these vulnerabilities allows attackers to obtain sensitive information such as credit card numbers, passwords, chat messages, emails, etc.
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HS Prannoy defeated three-time Olympic silver medallist Lee Chong Wei to storm into the quarterfinals of the Denmark Open. Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth also registered contrasting wins to advance to the quarterfinals. US Open champion Prannoy will now face Korea’s top seed Son Wan Ho, Srikanth will meet current world champion Viktor Axelsen, while Saina will square off against Japan’s Akane Yamaguchi.
The Kerala HC yesterday said that all interfaith marriages should not be portrayed as ‘love jihad’ or ‘ghar wapsi’. The high court has ordered the police to close down centres run by religious fundamentalists to convert those falling in love with people from other religions. The court said it was appalled to notice the recent trend to sensationalise every case of inter-religious marriage as ‘love jihad’.
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China yesterday hit back at the US and said that Washington should shed its ‘biased views’ on Beijing. The Chinese foreign ministry was responding to US secretary of state Rex Tillerson’s India policy speech during which he lashed out at the Beijing model of funding infrastructure projects and developmental activities. Beijing said that the US should take a more objective look at China’s development.
Benchmark Sensex surrendered early gains to end over 194 points lower at 32,390 in a special Muhurat trading session yesterday. Small investors &mdash; in the absence of institutional players &mdash; sold stocks on the back of weak global cues over the extended weekend. Thursday&#39;s special one-hour trading session was to mark the start of <a href=””>Samvat 2074</a>, the new year for the predominantly Gujarati trading community on Dalal Street.
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