Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar on Wednesday expressed her feeling that the conditions between both the countries will be normal in some time. After the high level Foreign Ministers meeting she addressed the media as the new era of relation between India and Pakistan has arisen and all talks will be result oriented.
The CCFAI – (Cyber Crime Fighters Association International), a non – profit organization has spread its wing to India. It is head quartered in the New Delhi. It has a wide knowledge in the field of information security. It helps the internet users by working closely with the government, organizations and professionals through its global knowledge sharing.
It integrates the needs of the industry and its aspirations securely irrespective of any geographical boundaries through its unique range of services and support. It aims to bridge the gap in regard to accessing the international standards of cyber security by the students and professionals of India. It is of the largest and only body around the world operating with a not for profit stance dedicated to Anti-Cyber Crime.
The CCFAI provides assistance to the individuals, organizations, business houses and corporates to redress the challenges faced in respect of cyber security, cyber crime. It conducts many training programs in association with many professional organizations for students, professionals in various fields. The programs focus to provide latest updates in the field of cyber security, cyber crime prevention.
It was first introduced in London in 2009 to a closed and select community of blue chip firms, such as Price Waterhouse Coopers (PwC), and professional cyber security experts in the interest of controlling cyber crime across the globe. The continuous efforts of CCFAI can be seen through training & skill upgrades of the security professionals across verticals and sectors in London, which generated a lot of interest globally.
The arrival of the new Pakistan Foreign Minister and her official meeting with her Indian counterpart S M Krishna saw a preview of the Foreign Secretaries of India and Pakistan finalizing a set of confidence building measures (CBMs) and resolving to continue with wide-ranging dialogue on different subjects on Tuesday. The dialogue between the two foreign secretaries set up the stage for the meeting between Ms. Hina Rabbani Khar and Mr. S M Krishna scheduled for Wednesday.
The interaction between the two foreign secretaries was described as amiable and on a positive note. Ina good gesture both the sides released prisoners of the other country, mostly fishermen.
The two foreign secretaries also had a talk on the 26/11 Mumbai attacks. Ms. Rao emphasized the need to quickly conclude the trial in Pakistan so that Pakistan’s claims of condemning and fighting against terrorism could be seen as genuine.
Some of the CBMs (confidence building measures) are expected to do deal with facilitating trade activities and movement of people across the borders. These measures also include increasing the number of trade days, better communication facilities like phone and more liberty to entry permits.
The website of the Tennessee state government was hit by a group of hackers. The hackers intruded into the site accessing the personal records of Tennessee citizens. The hacking group known as ANONYMOUS stated their protest against a new law which would make it a crime to post pictures online that would cause emotional distress to someone. The group has expressed that the new law would take away the free speech right. The state legislature explained that the objective behind the new law is to stop cyber bullying on social media networks but not to curb the freedom of speech. Legal experts have also taken issue with the law calling it unconstitutional.
In New York, Victor Gordon, 68, the owner of an African art store busted by the federal officials, he is accused of smuggling carved elephants tusks into the United States. Federal officials seized roughly a ton of ivory in one of the largest US seizures on record. These ivory tusks were put into the public property by US officials.
India continues to deal on global prospect as India and Lithuania signed an agreement to avoid double taxation. The pact was signed by Prakash Chandra, chairman of the Central Board of Direct Taxes, and Petras Simeliunas, the ambassador of Lithuania on Tuesday. The agreement is a deal towards business profits. Its main agenda states that business profits will be taxable in the source state if the activities of an enterprise constitute a permanent establishment there. Lithuania stands among the first Baltic country with which India has signed a tax avoidance agreement. As a comment from finance minister it said the agreement will raise the flow of technology, investment and services between the two countries. It will surely help both the country economic status.
Syria’s ruling Baath Party under President Bashar Assad has put ahead a bill which allows the formation of other political parties alongside the main ruling party. The multiparty bill is seen as a part of the series of concessions that the ruling regime is presenting in the wake of the protests that had created a huge hue and cry in Syria in the recent times. The creation of the bill is seen as the government’s giving up to the protests.