India, which is has emerged as world\'s second largest mobile market, is also the fifth largest producer of e-waste, discarding roughly 1.85 million metric tonnes of electronic waste each year, a study says. Telecom equipment alone accounted for 12 percent of the e-waste, a joint study by Assocham-KPMG said. The rising levels of e-waste generation in India has been a matter of extreme concern in recent years. With more than 1 billion mobile phones in circulation, nearly 25 percent end up in e-waste annually, it ...

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 Bangalore City railway station has become the first station in the country to have WiFi facility for providing high speed internet to passengers. WiFi facility will be available to the passengers on their mobile phones free of charges initially for a period of 30 minutes. For usage beyond 30 minutes, the user may purchase scratch cards, which will be made available at the WiFi Help Desk. These are pr...

NEW DELHI: Bengaluru will become the first city to have online police verification process for passports with its launch in November as part of a country-wide project that will cut down the time required for issuing the travel document from a month at present to just a week. The Home Ministry is working on a project under which the head of district police — SP or DCP — will be given access to databases of National Population Register, Aadhaar and the Crime and Criminal Tracking Netwo...