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Bill Gates foresaw iPod decline nearly 20 years ago

Almost 20 years ago, Microsoft founder Bill Gates predicted the decline of the iPod, expressing doubts about its long-term success despite Apple's dominance in the music player market. In an interview in 2005, Gates compared the iPod's potential fate to Apple's previous loss of market position in the computer industry. While his prediction seemed unlikely at the time due to the iPod's massive popularity, smartphones eventually surpassed dedicated music players like the iPod, with Apple leading the charge with the iPhone in 2007. As discussions around the upcoming iPhone 16 intensify, enthusiasts speculate on potential features such as improved thermal systems, camera upgrades, and AI integration with the new A18 Bionic chip for a more user-friendly experience. Apple's ability to adapt and innovate in the ever-evolving tech landscape continues to shape the market. sources

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May 15 2024, 9 pm

Rakul Preet Singh's Brother Arrested for Drug Offense

Actor Rakul Preet Singh's brother, Aman Preet Singh, has been arrested by Hyderabad Police, along with four others, in connection with a drugs case involving the seizure of 2.6 kg of cocaine intended for sale in the city. The Telangana Anti-Narcotics Department uncovered the drug racket, naming thirteen individuals, including Aman Preet Singh, who tested positive for cocaine. Rakul Preet Singh, known for her work in Indian cinema, was previously summoned by the Enforcement Directorate in relation to a drug trafficking and consumption case. The 33-year-old actor has cooperated with the probe agency in 2021 and 2022. Further updates on the ongoing investigation are awaited. sources

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Jul 15 2024, 6 pm

Instagram Reel complaint against Yuvraj, Harbhajan, Raina

A police complaint has been lodged against former Indian cricketers Harbhajan Singh, Suresh Raina, Yuvraj Singh, and Gurkeerat Mann, alongside Meta India's Vice President Sandhya Devanathan, for allegedly mocking people with disabilities in an Instagram video. Disability activist Arman Ali filed the complaint, accusing Instagram of violating the Information Technology Act by allowing such content. The cricketers, in a video showing them limping and holding their backs after a match, faced backlash from disability advocates and were urged to be held accountable for their actions. Harbhajan Singh responded, stating they did not intend to offend anyone, but Ali emphasized the need for more than just an apology, calling for penalties against the individuals involved to uphold the dignity of vulnerable communities. The police are investigating the matter further. sources

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Jul 15 2024, 6 pm

Media trial wrongly accuses trainee IAS officer Puja Khedkar

Trainee IAS officer Puja Khedkar has spoken out against the media trial that has portrayed her as guilty of using fraudulent means to pass her civil services exam. The 34-year-old asserts that the principle of innocent until proven guilty, enshrined in the Indian Constitution, should be respected. Khedkar plans to testify in front of an expert committee and abide by their decision, stating that the truth will ultimately prevail. Accused of misrepresenting herself under certain categories, Khedkar is determined to clear her name through the proper channels, emphasizing the importance of due process and fair treatment in the face of allegations. sources

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Jul 15 2024, 6 pm

Delhi hospital shooting: Patient killed in gang-related incident

A gang war in Delhi led to a fatal shooting at GTB Hospital, where a patient was killed due to mistaken identity. The 32-year-old victim, Riyazuddin, was shot dead by an 18-year-old inside the hospital ward. CCTV footage showed the shooter entering the ward with three others, all belonging to the gang of Hashim Baba, while the intended target was from the Nasir gang. Two of the shooters have been arrested, with one revealing that criminal Badshah Khan orchestrated the incident. The hospital staff has gone on strike demanding enhanced security measures, highlighting concerns over safety. Multiple teams, including the crime branch and local police, are investigating the case to bring the perpetrators to justice. sources

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Jul 15 2024, 6 pm

Influencer mistaken for widow, trolled online

Reshma Sebastian, a popular Instagram influencer, has been mistaken for Smriti Singh, the widow of Captain Anshuman Singh, who was posthumously awarded the Kirti Chakra for his bravery during a fire incident in Siachen. Many internet users confused the two women due to their similar facial features and hairstyles. Sebastian, a mother residing in Germany, faced harassment on social media for her fashion videos and pictures. She took to Instagram to clarify the mix-up and expressed her outrage, stating that legal action will be taken against those spreading false information. Captain Singh tragically lost his life while attempting to rescue others during a fire at Siachen, where he was posted after graduating from Armed Forces Medical College. Sebastian urged her followers to report any further instances of mistaken identity. sources

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Jul 15 2024, 5 pm

Mahindra Scorpio flips on collision with Toyota Fortuner

A disturbing video capturing a collision between two SUVs in Haryana near a petrol pump in Kaithal has gone viral. The incident, which took place on Friday, shows a Toyota Fortuner being rammed by a Mahindra Scorpio as the former was turning into the petrol pump. Fortunately, no injuries were reported, with the Fortuner managing to stay upright while the Scorpio toppled over. Petrol pump attendants quickly rushed to the scene following the crash. Surprisingly, no police case was filed as the two parties involved in the accident reportedly reached a compromise. sources

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Jul 15 2024, 5 pm

Top Court Rejects Plea to Review Adani-Hindenburg Verdict

The Supreme Court has rejected a plea to review its decision from January 3, which refused to transfer investigations into allegations of stock price manipulation by the Adani Group to a special investigation team or the Central Bureau of Investigation. The three-member bench, led by Chief Justice DY Chandrachud, dismissed the review petition, stating that there was "no error apparent on the face of the record." The plea, filed by Anamika Jaiswal, claimed "mistakes and errors" in the judgment and requested a review based on new material received by the petitioner's counsel. The Adani Group welcomed the verdict, with Chairman Gautam Adani calling it a victory of truth and expressing gratitude to supporters. The court had previously stated that a report by OCCRP could not be the basis for doubting an inquiry by market regulator SEBI into the Hindenburg case. sources

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Jul 15 2024, 5 pm

Trainee IAS Officer's Disability Request Denied

Puja Khedkar, a trainee IAS officer from Maharashtra, faced rejection for a disability certificate after doctors examined her and deemed it "not possible". This comes amidst allegations of her lying about mental and visual disabilities to secure her position, as well as abusing her authority by attempting to obtain perks like a siren for her private vehicle. Despite skipping mandatory medical tests to confirm her disabilities, she managed to secure the post of Assistant Collector for Pune district. Now under investigation, Ms Khedkar faces potential dismissal if found guilty, while her family is embroiled in controversy with her mother facing an Arms Act case and her father accused of aiding her in securing the post. Ms Khedkar herself remains tight-lipped on the matter, with her parents currently missing as authorities launch a manhunt. sources

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Jul 15 2024, 4 pm

DK Shivakumar upset over Supreme Court's apology in CBI case

Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar has expressed disappointment over the Supreme Court's dismissal of a petition challenging the CBI's FIR against him in a disproportionate assets case, labeling it as "unfair". The senior Congress leader plans to explore legal options for an appeal, highlighting the political nature of the investigation. The CBI alleges that Shivakumar amassed assets worth Rs 74 crore between 2013 and 2018, during his tenure as a minister in the Congress government. The ongoing Cauvery water-sharing issue between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu remains a point of contention, with Karnataka deciding to release less water than required, prompting criticism from Tamil Nadu's ruling DMK. The political landscape in Karnataka continues to be tumultuous, with legal battles and water disputes dominating the headlines. sources

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Jul 15 2024, 4 pm

BJP's Rajya Sabha Tally Drops, NDA 12 Seats Below Majority

The BJP's strength in the Rajya Sabha has decreased by four members, bringing their total to 86 and the NDA alliance to 101, which is 12 below the majority mark of 113 in the 245-member House. This means the government will now need support from non-NDA parties like the AIADMK and YSR Congress Party to pass bills. With 20 vacant seats in the Rajya Sabha, the BJP-led alliance has the potential to win seven more seats, which coupled with support from nominated members and the YSRCP could help them cross the majority mark. The Congress is likely to win the Telangana seat, giving them enough votes to claim the Leader of the Opposition post in the Rajya Sabha. sources

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Jul 15 2024, 2 pm

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