SAAB Ends Partnership With India’s Adani Group To Manufacture Gripen E Fighter Jets In India

Swedish defense firm Saab and Indian conglomerate Adani Group, which announced a collaboration to manufacture the Gripen E fighter in India in August 2017, announced that the agreement was no longer proceeding. Mats Palmberg, chairman and managing director of Saab India told that they have decided not to pursue the arrangement with the Adanis.  The business daily reported that the defense ministry is considering original equipment manufacturers’ responses on the issue. Then, it is likely to draw up an acceptance of necessity and then issue a request for proposal. Industry sources…

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Instagram added Do not disturb feature

Instagram just added its own version of ‘Do not disturb,’ with a new feature called ‘quiet mode‘ for users in the United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. The Meta’s newest feature is specifically designed for children, allowing them to take a break from browsing and focus on their studies. The business also stated that it will notify children who spent too much time on the app at night. The feature will disable all notifications, auto-respond to messages, and convert your activity status to ‘in quiet mode’….

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Cryptocurrencies are legal in india

India’s junior IT minister said that cryptocurrencies are legal in India if all regulations are followed, contradicting the central bank’s advice to investors to avoid crypto. India has tried to regulate cryptocurrencies, with a central bank deputy governor even pushing for their ban, but the government has yet to formulate legislation. The government established a taxation structure for cryptocurrencies in the last budget, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated at the World Economic Forum last year that dealing with the challenges posed by digital currencies would require a collective global effort….

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Why You Should Quit WhatsApp :2 billion people should be careful.

Whatsapp, the popular messenger application has posed serious threats to around 2 billion users that are impossible to resolve. WhatsApp offers end-to-end encryption for its messaging platform by default, but the platform itself is owned by Meta, known for its privacy-related scandals, and appears to engage in an outstanding amount of data collection. According to some new reports, users who value privacy may be better served jumping to a more secure and private messaging platform.  Those on the fence or who may need a push may also find this video…

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