Did PM Modi insinuate at Bihar Elections by extending PMGKY?

PM Modi has extended Garib Kalyan Yojana for 5 months “till Chhath Puja or end of November”. The term of the current Bihar assembly expires on November 29. And, only recently, Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora said in an interview that there was “no plan to defer Bihar election”. So, did PM Modi just announce the Bihar Assembly election? Else, an extension of a foodgrain scheme could have been announced through a press release. Watch Rajdeep Sardesai explaining this political connection.

Top News | 03rd July 20

How can your lifestyle affect your Immunity? | NewsMo Exclusive

Staying fit is the need of the hour & for that, we think that we are doing right but unknowingly we all make some mistakes in our lifestyle that result in hitting our immunity hard. Yes, that very immunity which is really important nowadays. So, to help you here's some expert advice from Luke Coutinho, Holistic Lifestyle Coach on what you should & shouldn't do to boost your immunity during Coronavirus pandemic. From food products to your sleep cycle, he talks about everything that can affect our body's immune system. Watch the video & find out how you can stay healthy.

Top News | 03rd July 20

How do free mobile apps generate revenue?

The Indian Govt has already waged a digital war against China by banning nearly 59 Chinese apps. But do you know that these apps came free of cost and helped China in generating a lot of revenue? Though Chinese companies were making big bucks from crores of downloads in India, how do companies earn from free apps like TikTok? Free apps that you download from your app store without paying for them What is their revenue model? Most apps can be downloaded for free from the Google Play Store or iPhone's App Store which means subscribers do not have to pay any fees for using such apps. Mobile applications make money in many ways like advertising, in-app purchases, crowdfunding, etc. The Apps majorly use 5 types of revenue models. Watch the video to find out.

Top News | 02nd July 20

Why were Chinese apps banned in India?

In a big move, India banned at least 59 Chinese mobile apps, including widely used TikTok, Shareit, WeChat, UC Browser among others. This is one of the first big action that hits Chinese business interests in India. So, why were these apps banned? The Ministry of Information Technology cited cybersecurity concerns in blocking the Chinese apps from one of the largest and fastest-growing markets in the world. As per senior government officials, the ban was imposed as the apps were being used to harm India’s defences. The Indian Cyber Crime Coordination Centre, Ministry of Home Affairs has also sent an exhaustive recommendation for blocking of these malicious apps. This decision has been taken in a bid to safeguard the sovereignty, integrity, defence, security of state and public order in India. Banning 59 Chinese mobile apps is both a statement of intent and a strong signal. This may not hurt India given the alternatives in the app space but for China, the Indian app market is growing and valuable.

Top News | 01st July 20

Tamil Nadu custodial deaths: What happened to Jeyaraj and Fenix?

Jeyaraj (59) and his son Bennicks (Fenix) Emmanuel (31) ran a mobile shop in Tuticorin. On June 19, around 8:15 pm Jayaraj was pulled up by the Sathankulam police officials who were on patrol. They upbraided him for exceeding the curfew by 15 minutes. On Saturday, Jeyaraj was taken in by the police and soon after his son Fenix was arrested too when he went to enquire about his father’s arrest. The two of them were booked under Section 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant), 353 (use of force to deter public servant from duty) 269 (negligent act likely to spread infection of disease dangerous to life), and 506(2) (Punishment for criminal intimidation) of the Indian Penal Code. In custody, they were allegedly tortured due to which they died later. Watch the video to know what exactly happened to the father-son duo.

Top News | 30th June 20

Meet our Flying Warriors | NewsMo Exclusive

During the tough times of Coronavirus, there are many people who are stepping out of their homes for their work, while being cautious about their safety. Corona Warriors such as doctors, media persons, sanitation staff, bank employees etc have been stepping out each day, as we continue to be indoors. Here is one such story of our Flying Warriors- an air hostess and a pilot. Traveling by airplane or train is a crucial issue during the Pandemic. But for them, the experience has changed completely. From being extra cautious at work to going back home to their loved ones, they have to be careful to stay safe from this virus. We stepped in with them, in a day in their live, to know what it is like. And here's what we witnessed. Watch the video.

Top News | 30th June 20

Fighting COVID-19: Openly discarded PPE kits trigger safety alarm

Rules say that bio-medical waste should be dumped in yellow bags before further disposal but on a reality check, we found that used-PPE kits are being dumped openly at crematoriums and burial grounds which can result in the potential spread of the Coronavirus. Lodhi Crematorium & ITO graveyard in Delhi portrayed dangerous scenes, most people who came to cremate their relatives while wearing their PPE kits, they just threw the used kits around while leaving. These kits, as per experts, could potentially turn into virus spreading vessels if not discarded properly. So, what is the proper way to dispose of a used PPE? Watch the video & find out more.

Top News | 30th June 20

Why is China showing aggression towards its neighbours?

Even as most countries across the globe continue to battle the Coronavirus pandemic, Beijing is on its way to reviving its economy despite the second wave of the virus giving way to China’s territorial aggression and making most of the crisis. It must be noted that the frenzied Chinese aggression is not confined to India-China border clashes alone. The psyops, the online warfare, the infiltration into strategic communities in various countries aside, China has become a belligerent force trying to open up as many fronts as possible. India and China have been fighting the worst border conflict in four decades in Eastern Ladakh, a border that witnessed bloodshed first time since 1976. But China’s cartographic plans extend to the whole of Indo-Pacific region. Beijing has been active in the South China Sea, involving military manoeuvres and large-scale deployment of military assets to the region catching the international community, particularly the US completely off guard. Watch the video to know how why China is behaving aggressively towards its neighbours.

Top News | 29th June 20