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BSNL Broadband Unlimited Plans Updated to Offer Up to 6 Times More High-Speed Data


After revising its Rs. 299 broadband plan to offer more speed and data, state-owned Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) is now again revising a slew of its unlimited broadband plans to offer more data benefits. The company has also introduced daily FUP limits on these plans, which wasn’t the case earlier, but it has increased the data offering by up to six times. The revised BSNL unlimited broadband plans include Rs. 675, Rs. 845, Rs. 999, Rs. 1,199, Rs. 1,495, Rs. 1,745 and Rs. 2,295 plans, with the most premium plan offering up to 35GB of data per day.

The revised BSNL BBG Combo ULD 675 broadband plan offers 5GB data per day at 10Mbps speeds. Therefore, the plan now offers 150GB of data benefit per month, instead of the earlier prescribed 35GB data. Apart from the daily 5GB data, this plan also offers unlimited voice calling benefits (local +STD) on any network within India.

The BSNL BBG Combo ULD 845 broadband plan now offers 10GB of data per day at 10Mbps speeds, offering 300GB of data instead of 50GB that was offered earlier. Post FUP limit speed and unlimited voice calling facility is also offered with this plan. Similarly, there’s also the BSNL BBG Combo ULD 999 and Combo ULD 1199 broadband plans that now offer 15GB of data per day and 20GB of data per day respectively, at 10Mbps speeds.

The BBG Combo ULD 1495 broadband plan used to earlier offer 140GB data per month, but now it offers 25GB data per day (750GB data in total). And the most premium BSNL BBG Combo ULD 2295 broadband plan offers 35GB of data per day at 24Mbps speeds. Earlier, it used to offer a total of 200GB data at 24Mbps speeds.

Lastly, BSNL has also revised its BSNL BBG Combo 1745 VDSL broadband plan that now offers 30GB data per day at 16Mbps speeds. Earlier, this plan used to offer 140GB of data at 16Mbps speed, and 2Mbps after the FUP limit was crossed.

Tthe unlimited voice calling benefit and the 2Mbps speed downgrade after the FUP limit is crossed is valid across all plans. These BSNL broadband plans have been revised in all circles. All of the new plans can be viewed on the BSNL website.

As mentioned, the BSNL Rs. 299 broadband plan was recently also revised to offer 1.5GB of data per day at a download speed of up to 8Mbps. This brings a total data offering of 45GB for 30 days. Upon exceeding the limit, customers will get data access at up to 1Mbps speed. The broadband plan also gives unlimited local and STD voice calls within India on BSNL network only. For other networks in the country, the plan offers unlimited voice calls between 10:30pm to 6am and on Sundays. It also comes bundled with free voice calling benefits worth Rs. 300 on networks other than BSNL.



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New York, Times Square Wedding Proposal, New York Police Find Couple Whose Engagement Ring Went Down A Drain


Nearly 12,000 people have retweeted the video since Saturday, drawing numerous puns from the public

Just before midnight, a man standing on a sidewalk near the Olive Garden in Times Square decided that the spot was romantic enough.

The sidewalk itself is nondescript. It is wide enough for shoppers to hustle down the street. The gutters sparkle with trash.

And then, the proposal turned south.

His girlfriend said yes, the New York Police Department said Saturday, but the unidentified man fumbled the engagement ring. It bounced eight feet into a utility grate.

A short surveillance video released by the department show the apparently flustered man, his hands thrust out like a comedian pleading with a crowd after a bad joke. The unidentified woman bent down to assess the fall. The man lay down to peer into the abyss.

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Times Square, New York: Officers returned to the scene on Saturday morning, removed the grate and recovered the ring, then launched a social media campaign to find the couple

The couple flagged down officers in the area for help, Sgt. Lee Jones, a department spokeswoman, told The Washington Post on Sunday. But they could not retrieve the ring. The couple left without filing a police report or providing their contact information.

Officers returned to the scene on Saturday morning, removed the grate and recovered the ring, then launched a social media campaign to find the couple.

Nearly 12,000 people have retweeted the video since Saturday, drawing numerous puns from the public. One choice response, channeling Beyonce: “He should have put a string on it.”

The department cleaned the ring and posted photos of it taped to a chair on social media, along with surveillance photos of the couple. But there have not been any promising leads, Jones said.

The woman is just over 5 feet tall and has blond hair, the department said. The man is about 5-foot-10 with a “manicured beard.”

The story has grabbed headlines, with one calling it a “romantic” proposal.

It’s also 2018, when prosecutors alleged that the tale of a generous homeless man giving his last few dollars to a stranded couple – captivating the nation and cajoling it into giving him $400,000 – was an elaborate hoax.

There was room for doubt early on. The moment would be groan-worthy in a made-for-TV rom-com.

And maybe just as predictably, their story has a happy ending.

On Sunday afternoon, New York police said the unfortunate pair, who are from England, had heard the authorities “were looking for them.”

“We’re making arrangements to get them their ring back. Congratulations!” the police tweeted.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

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Japanese Pilot Katsutoshi Jitsukawa, 10 Times Over Alcohol Limit, Jailed In UK


First officer Katsutoshi Jitsukawa, 42, was sentenced at Isleworth Crown Court in west London.

London, United Kingdom: 

A Japan Airlines pilot was jailed for 10 months on Thursday after being caught 10 times over the alcohol limit shortly before take-off from London Heathrow Airport.

First officer Katsutoshi Jitsukawa, 42, was sentenced at Isleworth Crown Court in west London.

The Japanese co-pilot was arrested at Heathrow on October 28 after failing a breath test 50 minutes before the Japan Airlines flight JL44 to Tokyo was due to take off with him in the cockpit.

“You are an experienced pilot but you had clearly been drinking for a long period up to a time shortly before you were due to go into that plane,” said judge Philip Matthews.

“Most important is the safety of all persons on board that very long-haul flight, potentially 12 hours or more. Their safety was put at risk by your inebriation and drunkenness.

“The prospect of you taking over control of that aircraft is too appalling to contemplate. The potential consequences for those on board was catastrophic.”

The court heard that security noticed he smelled strongly of alcohol, seemed drunk and had “glazed eyes”, while an officer later noticed he had “difficulty standing straight”.

A breath test found he was more than 10 times over the limit with 93 milligrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. The legal flying limit is nine mg.

The Boeing 777 aircraft he was due to fly, which can hold up to 244 passengers, eventually took off 69 minutes late.

Jitsukawa pleaded guilty to the charge of performing an aviation function when his ability was impaired through alcohol. He appeared in court via video-link from Wandsworth Prison in south London.

Jitsukawa’s lawyer Bill Emlyn Jones said the pilot developed sleeplessness and depression through the wear of long-haul travel.

Jitsukawa feels an “abject disgrace” and apologised to the airline, passengers and his family “for the shame he had brought upon them”, the lawyer said.

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Google Pulls 13 Android Apps Installed Over 500,000 Times Containing Malware: Report


Google Pulls 13 Android Apps Installed Over 500,000 Times Containing Malware: Report

Photo Credit: Twitter/ Lukas Stefanko

Two out of the 13 apps with malware were ‘trending’ on Google Play Store, the researcher found

Google is said to have removed 13 apps from Google Play after a security researcher found that the apps were installing malware on devices. More than half a million Android users have downloaded and installed malicious apps on their devices, the researcher claimed. The apps not only showed no legitimate functionality but also hid in the handsets to make it easier to install malware. Interestingly, two of these apps had also featured under the ‘trending’ section on the store. These apps, listed as car and truck driving simulations, are no longer available on the Play Store.

In a tweet, ESET security researcher Lukas Stefanko revealed details about the 13 malicious apps discovered in the Google Play Store. He claimed that these apps containing Android malware were downloaded over 560,000 times. Interestingly, all the apps listed a single developer named Luiz Pinto. These apps were essentially disguised as games, but did not work and rather crashed everytime a user tried to launch them. As mentioned, two of these apps are said to have featured in the Play Store’s trending section before Google pulled them.

Some of these Android apps include a truck simulator, fire truck simulator, luxury car driving simulator among others, and the thumbnail images show graphics identical to most legitimate gaming apps. According to Stefanko, the discovered apps would hide themselves and their icons after users launched them. Also, they would be asked to install additional APK called ‘Game Center’, even though they did not have any legitimate functionality. The researcher has also posted some videos demonstrating how the apps would work.

It is not the first time that a huge number of Android users have been affected by malicious apps containing malware. Last year, an auto-clicking adware called Judy was discovered on 41 apps and said to have affected between 8.5 million and 36.5 million Android devices. Also, another botnet malware called FalseGuide had reportedly infected millions of Android devices via Google Play.





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Denise Coates, The British Woman Who Is More Than 10 Times Richer Than The Queen


Denise Coates joined the ranks of the world’s 500 richest people for the first time Friday

Denise Coates, the British founder and chief executive officer of online bookmaker Bet365 Group Ltd., is more than 10 times richer than Queen Elizabeth II on the back of the bookmaker’s latest accounts.

Coates, 51, has a net worth of $4.5 billion thanks to her majority stake in closely held Bet365, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, and joined the ranks of the world’s 500 richest people for the first time Friday. She’s the only woman among the 17 U.K.-based billionaires — including jeweler Laurence Graff, Virgin Group founder Richard Branson and Joe Lewis, owner of Tottenham Hotspur Football Club — on the index. In a Nov. 23 email, Coates’s spokesman said she was unavailable for comment.

Founded at the start of the century, Bet365 has cashed in on the internet boom in sports betting. The company released record results this week for the year ended March 25, capping more than a decade of year-on-year revenue growth for the Staffordshire, England-based business.

Profits have soared even as Britain’s bookmakers face scrutiny for betting activity among children. Some 6 percent of those under 16 gambled online this year with the account of a parent or guardian, the U.K.’s gambling regulator said Nov. 21.

Along with making her one of the world’s richest people, Bet365’s latest results make Coates one of its best-paid executives. She pocketed 220 million pounds ($282 million) in remuneration last year, her spokesman confirmed in a Nov. 21 email, a 10 percent rise from the previous 12 months. She also received more than 40 million pounds in dividends. Bet365 has paid out more than 550 million pounds to shareholders over the past decade, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.

Coates’s career is tied to her family, who own Bet365’s remaining shares. After graduating from Sheffield University with a degree in econometrics, she trained to become an accountant and took over a small chain of betting shops her father owned on the side. Coates became managing director of the business at age 22, according to a Staffordshire University release, and expanded the number of shops before deciding to shift the business online. Along with Bet365, Coates and her family own Stoke City Football Club.

Coates was honored by the Queen in 2012 for her services to the community and business. The 92-year-old monarch has a net worth of about $420 million from her direct holdings. Assets owned directly by the Queen and her family include a stud farm and the world’s most valuable stamp collection.





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Jammu kashmir assembly dissolve: When Omar Abdullah Retweeted Mehbooba Mufti 4 Times In 15 Minutes


खास बातें

  1. महबूबा मुफ्ती ने किया सरकार बनाने का दावा पेश.
  2. राजभवन नहीं पहुंच पाया महबूबा का दावा.
  3. राज्यपाल ने भंग की विधानसभा.

श्रीनगर: पीडीपी अध्यक्ष महबूबा मुफ्ती और जम्मू-कश्मीर के पूर्व सीएम उमर अब्दुल्ला वर्षों से राजनीतिक प्रतिद्वंदी रहे हैं और कभी-कभार ही एक दूसरे से आंखें मिलाते हुए देखे गए. लेकिन बुधवार शाम पूरा माजरा ही पलटा हुआ नजर आया. उमर अब्दुल्ला ने 15 मिनट के भीतर महबूबा मुफ्ती के ट्वीट्स को चार बार रीट्वीट किया है. यह हुआ तब जब महबूबा मुफ्ती ने जम्मू-कश्मीर में नेशनल कॉन्फ्रेंस और कांग्रेस के समर्थन से सरकार बनाने का दावा पेश किया. और इसके कुछ मिनट बाद ही राज्यपाल सत्यपाल मलिक ने विधानसभा भंग करने का आदेश जारी कर दिया. 

उमर अब्दुल्ला ने इस मामले में सबसे पहला ट्वीट तब किया, जब महबूबा मुफ्ती ने ट्वीट करके बताया कि उनका सरकार बनाने के दावे का फैक्स राजभवन नहीं जा रहा है. इसके बाद अब्दुल्ला ने ट्वीट किया, ‘जम्मू-कश्मीर राजभवन को नई फैक्स मशीन की तुरंत जरूरत है.’ इसके तुरंत बाद राज्यपाल ने विधानसभा भंग करने का आदेश जारी कर दिया. इस पर मुफ्ती ने एक के बाद एक कई ट्वीट किए. इनमें से चार ट्वीट्स को अब्दुल्ला ने रीट्वीट किया. और ये सारे रीट्वीट 15 मिनट के भीतर किए गए.

Exclusive: जम्मू-कश्मीर में इस नेता पर दांव खेलना चाहते थे राम माधव, मगर पार्टी आलाकमान ने खड़े कर दिए हाथ!


विधानसभा भंग होने के बाद अब्दुल्ला ने ट्वीट किया, ‘नेशनल कॉन्फ्रेंस पिछले पांच महीने से विधानसभा भंग करने की मांग कर रही है. यह कोई संयोग नहीं हो सकता कि मुफ्ती के सरकार बनाने का दावा पेश करने के कुछ मिनट बाद ही विधानसभा भंग करने का आदेश जारी कर दिया गया.’

जम्मू-कश्मीर: राजभवन की ‘खराब’ फैक्स मशीन ने टि्वटर को बनाया ‘सियासी अखाड़ा’, उमर अब्दुल्ला ने ली चुटकी​


उमर अब्दुल्ला ने मुफ्ती के एक ट्वीट को रीट्वीट करते हुए अपनी प्रतिक्रियाएं भी दी हैं. मुफ्ती ने ट्वीट किया था, ‘एक नेता के तौर पर मेरे 26 साल के करियर में मैं सोचती थी कि मैंने सब कुछ देख लिया है. लेकिन ऐसा कभी नहीं कहना चाहिए. असंभव को संभव बनाने के लिए मैं उमर अब्दुल्ला और अंबिका सोनी जी का तह दिल से शुक्र अदा करना चाहूंगी.’ इस ट्वीट को रीट्वीट करते हुए अब्दुल्ला ने लिखा है, ‘और मैंने कभी नहीं सोचा था कि किसी बात पर आपसे सहमत होते हुए आपके ट्वीट को रीट्वीट करूंगा. राजनीति सच में अनोखी है. आगे की जंग के लिए शुभकामनाएं. एक बार फिर लोगों की समझ की जीत होगी.’

टिप्पणियां

जम्मू-कश्मीर में क्यों और कैसे भंग हुई विधानसभा, जानें पूरे घटनाक्रम की 10 बड़ी बातें

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Allowance For Madhya Pradesh Lawmakers Over 3 Times The Salary Bill: RTI


Travel allowances paid to the lawmakers alone accounted for Rs 34.03 crore. (Representational)

Indore: 

As Madhya Pradesh prepares for assembly elections, an RTI has revealed that Rs 149 crore were paid from state treasuries in salaries and allowances to 231 outgoing legislators in last five years.

The allowances were over three times the salary bill, the data shows.

According to the data furnished under the Right to Information by the Assembly secretariat, the salary bill of lawmakers between April 2013 and September 2018 was Rs 32.03 crore, while they were paid Rs 117 crores in various allowances in the same period.

Travel allowances paid to the MLAs alone accounted for Rs 34.03 crore.

RTI activist Chandrashekhar Gaud had sought this information.

According to the economic survey for 2017-18 financial year, per capita income of the state was Rs 79,907 while the average income of legislators was Rs 14.48 lakh in the same financial year.





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Day after Diwali, Delhi records worst air quality of the year, ten times the permissible limits


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Car Flips Several Times Before Hitting Woman In Uttar Pradesh’s Muzaffarnagar As Driver Falls Asleep


The car was going towards Haridwar on National Highway 58 in Mansoorpur, near Muzaffarnagar.

Muzaffarnagar: 

An early morning walk turned tragic for a 60-year-old woman in Uttar Pradesh’s Muzaffarnagar after she was killed instantly by a speeding car that lost control, jumped a divider and overturned several times before hitting her.

The incident, caught on video, shows the woman walking on one side of the pavement when a Hyundai Verna sedan, zooming on the opposite side, suddenly swerves and comes on her path. The woman, alarmed by the incoming car, is seen briefly trying to shield herself from the car that was hurtling towards her. She then disappears under the weight of the heavy sedan.

The driver fell asleep before losing control and hitting the road divider, the police said. In the 30-second clip, the car made at least three flips in the air before landing on the opposite road where the 60-year-old woman was walking.

The car was going towards Haridwar on National Highway 58 in Mansoorpur, some 17 kilometres from Uttar Pradesh’s Muzaffarnagar. Three people, present in the car, were injured and taken to a hospital nearby, a senior police officer said.

“A case has been filed and an investigation is underway,” said Superintendent of Police Omveer Singh.

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