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Today's News Headlines -The Best and Trending Shots of the Day
Today's News Headlines -The Best and Trending Shots of the Day

Facial recognition technology in India – and the facial recognition technology played a vital role in identifying more than 1100 individuals who allegedly took part in communal violence in the national capital in Delhi last month- The law-enforcement agencies in India have deployed a facial recognition system which was fed with images from identity card issued by the government with prominently being the 12 DigitAdhaar to catch culprits in the communal violence on February 25 and 26th in north-east Delhi



India battles against Coronavirus – and international cruise ships, Cruz and passengers with a travel history to Coronavirus hit nations have been barred to enter India until March 31



Lawyers should not be brought under the consumer protection act – Delhi High Court Bar Association to protest against the move – the members of the Delhi High Court Bar Association (DHCBA) disagree against the proposed framing of rules that would include the lawyers within the consumer act 2019, with wearing white armbands on Thursday the DHCBA members will protest against the move



Hollywood’s Harvey Weinstein sentenced to 23 years in prison for rape and sexual assault of a woman at a hotel in New York City in 2013 and forcibly performing oral sex on another woman at his apartment in 2006. Apart from this, he has been accused of violating multiple other women



The Indian government shall consider halving the tax rate on dividend income for persons who fall in the highest tax bracket- The government of India is looking forward to modifying the current rules to bring down the tax on dividends to nearly 20% from 43% for Indian individual investors and will offer the concession by offering a flat 20% tax on dividend income



The Delhi High Court directs the government hospitals in Delhi to dispose of the bodies of the unidentified victims of North East violence that were lying in mortuaries within a span of two weeks after publishing their details in newspapers



The Bombay High Court seeks a response to the public interest litigation PIL on police reforms – the PIL that was brought before the High Court on Friday highlighted the need to increase police manpower in order to implement eight-hour shift police stations to control occupational stress



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