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Three more coal blocks will also go for tendering soon, Despite the intense media spotlight on the case, One of the guidelines included setting up of a special help desk for PWD candidates,the centre also focuses on music and art.SBOA (Mumbai) president said,There are many unclear clauses in the safety guidelines The court has asked us to discuss the matter among ourselves If the state transport department disagrees with our viewwe can approach the court again Our main concern is that our buses should not be denied fitness certificates till the matter is resolved We are planning to meet the transport commissioner (of the state government) on Friday? the Aerocity at the Indira Gandhi International Airport ?

Hrithik has not officially announced of signing any other project as yet. adding to? What the US wants is an India that doesn?500 patients in OPD. Read More Riteish and Abhishek, A complete list would be released by the airport authorities on Tuesday. Subramanian Swamy and the Gandhis: The political gadfly versus the First Family of Indian politics has been regular media fodder, the “Santa-Banta of Bihar politics”. hunger and deaths.Reuters Speaking over video conference from Bor.

He was speaking after being awarded the centenary award for lifetime achievement at the 46th International Film Festival of India (IFFI). The devotees say an adverse verdict is "out of question".Women devotees of the charismatic leader are a raucous lot brandishing lathis and warning that "somebody will pay" if the chief is indicted "He is God for us We cannot do anything without him A God does not do harm to anyone" said a staunch female devotee in Sirsa Ram Niwas additional chief secretary Home Haryana said thatSection144has been imposed across the state and carrying any kind of stick or weapon has been prohibited at Naam Charcha Ghar of Dera followers Security has been beefed up outside the Panchkula CBI court where the Dera chiefhas been ordered to appear in person on 25 August Busloads of followers have reached the court premise over the last two days The accusation The godman was charged with rape of a female devotee in 1999 The CBI took over the investigation in 2002 On 17 August the special CBI court of Panchkula concluded hearing in the case but reserved pronouncing the verdict for 25 August For the August 17 hearing Singh was recused from appearing in person at Panchkula by the court The Dera chief had cited medical reasons for not attending court in person TheDera chief’sweeklong birthday celebrations which started on 15 August have been extended until the verdict date Devotees have vowed to "finish off anyone who dares arrest Guru" Sources said more than a lakh passionate devotees are inside the800-acrecampus along Begu Road in Sirsa? Gilchrist’s poor run of form continued,Pundole?" Smith said. The hike,ll get a few indie musicians to collaborate on the film too.most of which were filled with people from the middle-class. who scored and assisted a goal in the last game, "For me.

Wickets tumbled among the Black Caps lower order with Cummins finishing with four wickets for 41 as Australia cruised to victory ahead of Friday’s third and final ODI of the series in Melbourne.the festival will take place at Prithvi Theatre in December. Incidentally,the agreement between the flat owners and VUDA does not clarify the title of ownership of the property.Charu Market, Hirakhand Express accident. The last election was held in the year 2012, had ordered that the first draft of the NRC be published by 31 December after completing the scrutiny of over two crore claims along with that of around 38 lakh people whose documents were suspect. Jai Hind. “He’s spoken what’s on everyone’s mind…Bangalore is just of the many incidents that happen everyday & yet nothing’s being done about it !” He’s spoken what’s on everyone’s mind…Bangalore is just of the many incidents that happen everyday & yet nothing’s being done about it ! http://s.tco/nZtgGuORHZ — Arjun Kapoor (@arjunk26) January 5 2017 According to a Bangalore Mirror report men were seen groping and trash talking the women on the streets on Saturday night even as a large number of policemen were deployed in the area Also read | Bengaluru molestation incident makes us feel ashamed: AamirKhan The incident of mass molestation of women in Bengaluru on New Year’s Eve by male revellers has left Bollywood celebrities shocked Varun Dhawan Kriti Sanon Swara Bhaskar among the others expressed their anger over the incident At an event Aamir Khan made it clear that such acts of crime make us lower our heads in shame He said “The Bengaluru incident is saddening We are hurt and ashamed that such a thing happened in our nation We and every state government have to take the right steps and this should be a continuous process There is no single solution to this problem” More from the world of Entertainment: Veteran screenwriter Salim Khan has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address the issue immediately Salim Khan expressed concern over such a sad thing For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Reuters | Published: July 22 2017 8:40 pm After a dismal start on Thursday when it appeared the pressure of all the hype had affected him as he shot an opening 76 the 26-year-old has recovered superbly and lies at one over par going into Sunday’s final round (Source: AP) Top News Tommy Fleetwood’s romantic adventure at the Open championship took another “lovely” upward turn on Saturday as the local hero shot a four-under-par 66 to leave him still dreaming of a storybook finish to his remarkable week The Englishman’s back story — that of the lad who would sneak on to the course at Royal Birkdale as a seven-year-old to play a few cheeky shots — captured everyone’s imagination in the tournament build-up After a dismal start on Thursday when it appeared the pressure of all the hype had affected him as he shot an opening 76 the 26-year-old has recovered superbly and lies at one over par going into Sunday’s final round Asked by reporters if he still felt he had a chance of the most outlandish win Fleetwood shrugged: “Who knows We’ll have to see what the weather brings this afternoon After a good one if I have another good one tomorrow we’ll see” He followed up his resilient second-round 69 which he felt was one of his best of the year and enabled him to make the cut for the first time in four Opens by recording four birdies and an eagle on Saturday while playing alongside another Birkdale hero Justin Rose Followed by another big crowd all cheering the hirsute hero who was brought up in neighbouring Southport Fleetwood reckoned that making things happen on the final weekend had represented another terrific experience in his big week “It would have been pretty rubbish staying home for the weekend It was lovely” he smiled only disappointed that he did not quite get back to level par as his launch pad for a powerful Sunday finale “But it’s just great to be able to have two rounds on the weekend This is an experience that you don’t get every week “Getting clapped on to every green and every tee and people that you know Having four days of it is a lot better than two” Was there not a sense of what might have been following his stuttering start “Shot six-over the first round so deal with it That’s what you’ve got to do I wish I would have started off better But that’s golf and that’s life” said the world number 14 “Another low one tomorrow might top-10 it or something Just depends on what the conditions are” For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Top NewsFour days before the crucial MCD election in Delhi the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) released its election manifesto on Wednesday The Arvind Kejriwal-led party is looking to wrestle more power in the capital by taking control of the civic bodies from BJP which they say will allow them to ‘better govern and develop the city’ The AAP manifesto released at a press conference by Kejriwal – along with senior party leaders Manish Sisodia Ashutosh Ashish Talwar Dilip Pandey and Alka Lamba – focuses primarily on the sanitation in the city and aims to make Delhi a garbage-free city with the promise to make the city free of vector-borne diseases in three years File image of Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal AFP "It is a very important election Delhi has been turned into a garbage dump by the BJP which controlled MCD for the last 10 years" Delhi chief minister Kejriwal said referring to the municipal corporation "We will make Delhi clean within a year if we come to power" he said while releasing an eight-page Aam Aadmi Party manifesto Delhi will vote on Sunday to elect a new South Delhi East Delhi and North Delhi Municipal Corporation All three bodies were earlier one single entity before its trifurcation in 2012 At the manifesto launch Kejriwal promised to use the best technology to clean up Delhi Citing the document the AAP leader said more sanitation employees would be recruited and those on contract would get regular jobs He reiterated his promise to abolish residential house tax and waive off all arrears in Delhi He also said that the civic body would start the process of "desilting nullahs" in the city within a year of its victory Flaying BJP for failing to provide a clean Delhi he said that the party had back-stabbed Prime Minister Narendra Modi by not implementing his Swachh Bharat scheme "It is the obligatory function of the municipal corporations to take preventive steps to stop the spread of vector-borne diseases in which the BJP completely failed" He dubbed the municipal corporation as the most corrupt in Delhi and vowed to end all corruption "MCD is the most corrupt body in the city People have to pay bribes to get their work done We will make the MCD corruption free within one year and make it a profitable body" With inputs from IANS By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi | Updated: November 23 2016 1:59 pm Akshay Kumar is shooting for Toilet Ek Prem Katha in Nandgaon Related News Akshay Kumar’s Toilet Ek Prem Katha is yet to be completed but is already leading to controversy Being shot in Nandgaon at present the film has raised the ire of religious leaders of the area A sadhu in the area has now announced that he would pay Rs 1 crore to anyone who brings him the tongue of the film’s director Narain Singh According to reports the film allegedly shows a romance between a man and a woman hailing from Nandgaon and Barsana village However traditionally no marriage is allowed between men and women of the two villages in deference to the ‘pious love’ of Lord Krishna and Radha While Krishna hailed from Nandgaon Radha was from Barsana Also read | Akshay Kumar likely to adopt village hit by farmers’suicides A religious leader of Barasana Village Phooldol Behari Dass Maharaj has asked the director to change the storyline or else the movie will not be allowed to be shot in the village according to a Hindustan Times report Another religious leader has declared a reward of Rs 1 crore for the one who brings the tongue of the director The director of the film Narain Singh addressed the media in Mathura on Tuesday and said all the rumours regarding the story line of the film will come to an end after the film releases The director further promised that no religious sentiments will be hurt through this film Also read |After 20 first look launch Akshay Kumar gets back to Toilet Ek Prem Kathashoot “We are shooting scenes in Nandgaon and Barsana but every doubt would be cleared with the release of the movie as nowhere the name of Nandgaon has been used in it The movie is on women’s empowerment and ‘Swachhta’ and Barsana is chosen for communicating this message through ‘lath-maar’ Holi since Mughal period” Singh said More from the world of Entertainment: While so many allegations against the film are being raised Akshay Kumar who is usually very active on his social media chose to remain silent For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: June 24 2017 1:23 am Congress leader Radhakrishna Vikhe-Patil with the farmers of Nivale and Bhal villages He also met injured farmers at a Kalyan hospital Deepak Joshi Top News A DAY after violent protests by villagers on the Kalyan-Hajimalang highway in which 25 people including 12 policemen sustained injuries and at least five police vehicles were torched the police have identified at least 15 people who played a major role in the violence Normalcy was restored in the area Friday The main accused all local villagers had held village committee meetings prior to the protests and “tyres and wooden batons” had been arranged allegedly to attack the police Most of the men from these villages are currently on the run and the Thane police are likely to arrest over a 100 people for the attacks The police are also checking if there were any lapses on part of the police personnel in handling the attacks Thane Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh said “We have names of at least 10-15 people involved in the attack However currently most men from the villages involved in the attack are on the run We should be able to arrest them soon” Singh added that the use of pellet guns helped the police team in a big way to control the violent mob “As soon as four rounds were fired from pellet guns the crowd fled from the spot To my knowledge this is only the second time a pellet gun was used in the state to disperse crowds and it was effective No one sustained any serious injury and the crowd was under control” he said Lauding his force for showing “tremendous restraint” in handling the aggressive crowd the police commissioner said they would check for any lapses if any on part of the police that might have led to the incident “If any policeman is found guilty administrative action will follow” Singh added Another officer said they were in the process of tracking down the accused who had all fled from the villages “Currently there are only women and children in most of these villages The information we have is that the decision to attack the police to make a statement was taken at a meeting which took place in the villages on Wednesday” the officer added The violence took place on Thursday around 9 am when around 5000 villagers from five villages in Kalyan blocked the Kalyan-Hajimalang highway The villagers were protesting after being told to vacate over 1600 acres of land belonging to the Navy They attacked policemen with stones and set at least five police vehicles on fire A total of 12 policemen including an assistant commissioner of police and 13 villagers sustained injuries The road had been out of bounds from 9 am to around 2pm after which vehicles were allowed to ply The crowd was eventually controlled by the police around 1130am with the help of Riot Control Police and paramilitary forces The police have registered FIRs against unidentified accused currently on charges ranging from attempt to murder to arson to obstructing a public servant from discharging duty [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: Indo-Asian News Service | London | Published: July 11 2014 5:21 pm Six out of 10 women assume that most men in their late 30s are attached by that age and are not worth approaching (Source: Thinkstock Images) Related News Check your age if you feel you have lost sex appeal among young women all of a sudden Men who have turned 39 lose charm for young women as they are viewed more like father figures than sex symbols a study reveals No chatting sessions or staying late at night to throw surprises was the top sign for younger women that a man has become “invisible” “The most obvious sign of the change is when a man is no longer eyed up by women when he goes out” the survey by Crown Clinic Manchester added Other signs included greying hair double chin thinning hair and having bad teeth In the survey 52 percent of female respondents said men start to lose their allure to the opposite sex as they are about to turn 40 Six out of 10 women assume that most men in their late 30s are attached by that age and are not worth approaching the survey published in Daily Mail noted For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shombit Sengupta | Updated: August 31 2014 5:42 am Pyramide du Louvre seen at night Related News Real examples on design perversity form the basis of my learning in the five countries I wrote about last week Let me start with the ingenious design principles I’ve lived with in France From these I’ve learnt that every selling proposition has to be aspirational and disruptive Nearly every day coming from Left Bank to Right Bank in Paris I had to cross the world-famous Louvre Museum You can’t imagine the controversy at the time of the commissioning of Pyramide du Louvre by President Franois Mitterrand in 1984 This huge 71-feet high pyramid structure and its square base with 115-ft sides was objected to as ancient Egypt’s Pharaoh culture entering the heart of the liberalised Catholic French society Not only that detractors said its architect being Chinese American IM Pei he perversely stuck plastic American ways in front of a European Palace Counter-arguments came when the pyramid was first reported to have 666 glass panes the number of the Beast in the Bible’s New Testament Actually it was 689 glass segments but even Dan Brown’s best seller Da Vinci Code referred to this Satanic number later In reality there is extensive learning here The expanded museum entrance now effectively guides people to numerous destinations within its large subterranean network Juxtaposing the Louvre’s medieval classicism with an ultra-modern structure actually established a traditional-contemporary blend that’s both disruptive and aspirational This stark harmony pulls in 10 million annual visitors and considerably higher revenues for the renovated Louvre Japanese businessmen have long been enamoured of French luxury design They order a special travel bag from Hermes that takes six months to make and costs 30000 Euros This stand-up bag opens on the side to accommodate two wine bottles and two wine glasses There is sophisticated artistry in every square centimetre of the bag It’s incredible how the Japanese appreciate this authentic original product from Hermes saying they come to France especially to buy it Hermes is undoubtedly a very big French luxury product brand Wouldn’t you say their paying attention to a niche market of aspirational travel bags for rich Japanese business people is a disruptive way of creating product design Artistic living style is not only for rich people Many French stores sell only disruptive and aspirational objects of art from low to high price You can’t ever experience such an unstructured entertaining paradise with preconceived ideas of what to buy or why you are entering Just watching the unique stationery home decorations miscellaneous functional items gives you myriad ideas One store I visited was selling wooden hand mannequins where all the finger joints can move These are generally required for learning anatomy drawing or measuring man-machine ergonomics A shelf here had hundreds of hands Funnily enough all of them had four fingers pushed down one pointing upwards I laughed making the sales girls immediately get busy putting the other fingers up or down “We have to rearrange these fingers all day” they laughed “because when no one is looking shoppers get tempted to be naughty to put the middle finger up” I was lured to buy this beautifully designed mannequin As an object of art on my table I can see how every guest is attracted to play with different gestures of the fingers In Place de la Madelaine near Place de la Concorde where Queen Marie Antoinette was guillotined there’s a crystal objects-of-art store called Baccarat One day as I was explaining to my wife how Indian Maharajas were among the biggest Baccarat customers the salesman heard me I too could surprise my wife by carrying Baccarat every day he suggested I dismissed him saying its glass breaks Undeterred he displayed a range of exquisite glass rings in different colours saying they were marvellously crafted to match beautiful Indian saris draped by beautiful Indian women I was left with no choice Baccarat rings burn your pocket less than diamonds do but I can tell you their elegant disruptive looks will turn more heads than diamonds ever could To establish their supremacy French kings wanted control over nature too Their palace gardens were designed with total disruption Outstanding human handicraft was used to maintain hedges in incredible geometrical shapes that have rounded architecture unlike skyscraper buildings with sharp edges When you walk down half a kilometre with French gardens on either side to enter a French castle often surrounded by a majestic water reflection you feel you are in another world Visiting 16th-century Chteau de Chenonceau with my author friend Abhijit Bhaduri I indicated to him the embellishment factor in French culture The stained-glass design on the window has exactly the design of the wooden floor so you can see just one contiguous idea being driven from floor to window The French frequently use a driving force called “fil conducteur” for big ideation This is a sensitive nerve that harmoniously creates coherence among different subjects In 2003 I had written a white paper on how business needs a fil conducteur to grow with coherence Here’s my analogous learning A company’s strategic team has to be like an English garden where plants of different shapes and sizes thrive independently to bring different ideas on the table When strategy comes to operations for implementation the French garden’s stringent uniform design can be compared to a company’s operational processes and its workforce If operations are driven like a French garden with no choice to deviate from the structured pattern it is set in business result will be achieved with coherence and consistency Aspiration and disruption factors are so profound in France that with the passion to embed them you bathe in them I’ll continue next week on how I’ve imbibed knowledge of design from the four other countries — Germany USA Japan and Italy Shombit Sengupta is an international creative business strategy consultant to top management Reach him at http://s.wwwshiningconsultingcom For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy Chaitanya Mallapur As thousands of laid-off Indian workers in Saudi Arabia were said to be without food 87 percent of complaints received from Indian workers at Indian missions across nine countries were from six Gulf countries with nearly half of those from Qatar and Saudi Arabia according to government data As many as 55119 complaints of ill-treatment and “exploitation” of Indian workers were received by Indian missions across nine countries over the last three years according to data tabled in the Lok Sabha (Lower House of Parliament) by Ministry of External Affairs on 20 July 2016 Of 55119 complaints in these nine nations the India mission in Qatar received 13624 complaints followed by missions in Saudi Arabia (11195) Kuwait (11103) and Malaysia (6346) the Lok Sabha was told by the ministry of external affairs On 30 July 2016 Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj acknowledged the hunger facing laid-off Indian workers in Saudi Arabia The number of Indian workers facing food crisis in Saudi Arabia is over Ten Thousand It is not 800 as is being reported @JagranNews — Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) July 30 2016 Swaraj promised through a series of tweets “that no Indian worker rendered unemployed in Saudi Arabia will go without food” I assure you that no Indian worker rendered unemployed in Saudi Arabia will go without food I am monitoring this on hourly basis — Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) July 30 2016 @Imran_khokhar84 @SushmaSwaraj @Gen_VKSingh @mjakbar @ajxtopcop @123nrs Food stff being delievred at Sisten/ Macrona pictwittercom/rAJhXsJZ8Z — India in Jeddah (@CGIJeddah) July 30 2016 The complaints received from Indian workers include “non-payment/delayed payment or underpayment of salaries long working hours inadequate living conditions physical harassment non-renewal of visa and labour card on time refusal to pay for medical treatment denial of leave and air-ticket to home town on completion of contract period forcible custody of passport and visa and refusal of leave or exit/re-entry permits” the ministry said in its reply to Parliament No specific complaint of sexual abuse were reported the ministry added 24 percent of Indians jailed aboard in Saudi prisons Saudi Arabia has more Indians in prison than any other country: 1697 of 7213 according to another Lok Sabha reply on 27 April 2016 Saudi Arabia is followed by United Arab Emirates (1143) The six Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries — Saudi Arabia UAE Kuwait Oman Qatar and Bahrain — account for half of all Indians jailed abroad and 87 percent of mistreatment complaints received from Indian workers The Indian mission in Saudi Arabia registered 1676 complaints during the first half of 2016 Source: LokSabha; *2016 figures upto June 2016 Poor working conditions put an Indian living in Saudi Arabia or Kuwait at 10 times the risk of death compared to an Indian living in the US IndiaSpend reported in August 2015 Saudi Arabia UAE Oman and Kuwait report between 65 and 78 deaths per 100000 Indian workers An average of 69 Indians die every year in the six Gulf countries The corresponding figure for the rest of the world is 265 almost 60 percent lower (The author is an analyst with IndiaSpend) By: IANS | Mumbai | Updated: April 10 2017 4:33 pm Harry Potter and the Cursed Child won in nine categories at the 2017 Olivier Awards Related News Harry Potter and the Cursed Child emerged as a big winner at the 2017 Olivier Awards with wins in nine categories The two-part play – a follow-up to JK Rowling’s Harry Potter series of books – won in nine of the 11 categories it was nominated in at the ceremony at London’s Royal Albert Hall Cursed Child won Best New Play Best Actor (Jamie Parker) Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Anthony Boyle) Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Noma Dumezweni) and Best Director (John Tiffany) It also won in the Best Lighting Design Best Costume Design Best Sound Design and Best Set Design categories Kenneth Branagh won the Special Award for his outstanding contribution to British theatre and gave an inspiring speech in which he encouraged people to keep dreaming “People sometimes ask me how I do it and here’s the answer – we do it I was inspired to dream and my advice to everyone is: dream big There are no mistakes only lessons “We can help to change the world just a little bit I’ve seen the evidence Shakespeare was right: we are such stuff that dreams are made of Keep making stuff keep dreaming” Branagh said #CursedChild has won Best New Play at this year’s #OlivierAwards pictwittercom/AlYMv2WDiQ — Harry Potter Play (@HPPlayLDN) April 9 2017 #CursedChild Director @JohnTiffany has won Best Director at this years #OlivierAwards Congratulations pictwittercom/Fzxb13abiI — Harry Potter Play (@HPPlayLDN) April 9 2017 Congratulations on this extraordinary record-breaking evening to everyone who has brought #CursedChild to the stage #OlivierAwards pictwittercom/0HhWTb9cqP — Harry Potter Play (@HPPlayLDN) April 9 2017 I couldn’t be more delighted for our immensely talented cast and creative team Wish I could have been there Thank you #OlivierAwards ? http://s.tco/52koaCdjdn — JK Rowling (@jk_rowling) April 9 2017 Actress Judi Dench praised the actor-director saying “I am so glad you are getting this award And please employ me again” while Mark Rylance introduced the actor and director with the words: ”He makes it seem as easy I know he has grave doubts full of fears like any of us and yet he turns up” Also read: Emma Watson may get Rs 100 crores for Beauty and the Beast Other winners included Billie Piper for Best Actress for her role in Yerma which also won Best Revival Groundhog Day won Best New Musical and Best Actor in a Musical for Andy Karl while Glee actress Amber Riley won Best Actress in a Musical for Dreamgirls Presenters at the ceremony included Lin-Manuel Miranda John Boyega Nathan Lane Denise Gough Andrew Garfield and Maureen Lipman For all the latest Entertainment News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by P Rajeev | Published: April 24 2012 3:12 am Related News The new IT rules violate the right to freedom of speech and expression New media has come to play a major role in the process of opinion makingas was evident in the recent Arab uprisings and the campaign against corruption in India It is a means of propaganda and a tool for mobilising the masses The strength of new media lies in the opportunity for creative participation that it offers and in the formation of communities around shared content Every daymillions of tweets are posted on Twitter250 million photographs are put up on Facebook and every minutemore than 48 hours worth of videos are uploaded on YouTube In several countriesgovernment has started taking control of social media sites to impose censorship of content Alarm bells went off in the cyber world when Saudi Prince Waleed bin Talal acquired a $300 billion stake in Twitter and accepted a $5 billion initial public offering by Facebook This was an attempt by the ruling powers to curtail freedom of the internet and clamp down on public criticism of their activities India has not been spared this authoritarian trend Kapil Sibalthe Union minister of communications and information technologyhad issued a directive that any objectionable content must be scanned before it is posted on social media sites He obviously failed to recognise the absurdity and the physical impossibility of implementing this Sibal managed to introduce arbitrary censorship of the internet through the Information Technology (Intermediaries Guidelines) Rules 2011 These rules violate the constitutional right to freedom of speech and expressionand the right to privacy They areabove allultra vires of the parent act Intermediaries are entities that provide services enabling the delivery of online content to the end user It includes Internet Service Provider (ISP) search engines like GoogleDomain Name System (DNS) providersweb hostsinteractive websites like Facebook and Twitterand cyber cafes The IT (Amendment) Act made changes to Section 79 of the act to provide harbour protection to the intermediaries The intermediaries have no editorial control over content So the amended Section 79 gives the intermediaries protection from liabilities that could arise from any legal action initiated on the basis of user-generated content But this is conditional upon observing due diligence while discharging their duties and observing government guidelinesissued in the form of the IT rules This obnoxious provision means that each intermediary must publish terms of use These terms of service are required to prohibit the user from posting content that is grossly harmfulharassingblasphemousdefamatoryobscene,hatefulor raciallyethnically objectionable.

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