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    RIGHTS OF AN “ASSESSEE” DURING AN INCOME TAX RAID SEARCH AND SURVEYS (RAIDS) ALWAYS BETTER TO DISCLOSE FULLY TAXABLE OR NONTAXABLE INCOME IN ITR more...
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M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
“PORTABLE OS & APPS” PC STICK PENDRIVES SOLVING THE “SOFTWARE NEEDS OF STUDENTS AND TEACHERS AND PROFESSORS”
by Admin User - Friday, 14 May 2021, 05:01 PM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru : Digital technology and computers have revolutionized education .Class rooms need to have BIG TV screens with HDMI Slot to convert them into PC. Students or class rooms can have Laptops. The advent of computers has changed our very existence .These machines have evolved from being a mere luxury to an essential and indispensable part of our education . We need the computer in its varied forms of laptops and tablets, to communicate, learn, explore, transact and even access knowledge. No wonder then, that computer literacy is looked upon as an integral part of our education process. The institution of higher learning can easily provide hardware .When question of software’s comes every institution has no funds for commercial software’s to purchase them and also keep them purchasing new versions every year . KPN unlimited technologies Bengaluru is planning to provide unlimited portable OS and portable Apps loaded PC Sticks and Pen drives which students and teacher can carry in their pockets and convert any class room into their subject computer Lab by just plug and play at very affordable prices . Universities in India need to convert every class room into a portable lab .Each teacher and Each student can convert into his subject lab and use it by using portable apps and portable OS without affecting the basic hardware. Portable Apps and Portable OS can be carried in their pockets. The higher education in India is getting revolutionized with use of BIG TV Screen (which can be converted into a computer by Compu Stick or PC Stick ) as black board in class room and each student with a lap top or a desk top .This is the basic hardware that need to be provided in each class room.KPN unlimited technologies Bengaluru is planning to provide each subject teacher and each subject students with portable Linux OS and portable Linux based Apps of his choice and with this each teacher and students can convert it into his subject lab by using potable OS and portable Apps provided by KPNUT .These apps can run from any portable device (a thumb drive, CD, DVD, portable hard drive or other device Compu Stick ) without needing to be installed directly on the hard drive of the system you're using. You can visit www.kpnutechnologies.com or contact kpnutechnologies@yahoo.com for your proposals and a quote or for choice portable OS and portable Apps on CD/DVD or Pen Drive or on Compu Stick or PC Stick or Micro SD card with choice of your open source software portable OS and portable Apps loaded PC Sticks and Pen drives according to your subject needs. KPN unlimited technologies Bengaluru will load required potable app on USB or Comput Stick OR pc Stick with required Portable App and Portable OS . IT is considered as an enabler for Indian to transform itself from a developing country to an industrialized nation. IT has left an immense impact on the nature and structure of higher education in Indian and will continue to play a prominent role in its future. KPNUT presents to the readers how IT utilization has enabled the country to offer quality education to its citizen in-line with the requirements of its labor market and the Net generation. KPN Unlimited Technologies is a vibrant company whose activities span over diverse areas within the broad realms of information technology. KPN Unlimited Technologies is a Private company with professionals teamed up to offer the IT industry a radical growth. A place where imaginative minds have the opportunity to explore new ideas and implement cutting edge solutions. Our professionals are constantly abreast with the latest technology and are proven leaders in redefining industry standards with new products.

SMART CLASSROOMS: Creating the new wave in teaching, city campuses are embracing technology in the classroom. Some higher education institutions have employed the path-breaking `flipped classroom' model, an active learning model that inverts traditional lectures by using technology to allow students to listen to the lectures online at home and use class time for collaborative learning and activity-style homework assignments.The in-class discussion, personalised student guidance, team based skill development and enrichment activities are allowed by moving content delivery outside of class time, the Annual Status of Higher Education of States and UTs of India, 2015 by the CII and Deloitte report states.Increased computer penetration in semi urban areas has made it possible for students in small towns and villages to access the best content from around the world. This is just getting started and will lead to long term democratisation of knowledge.“ Online education portals and home tutoring have given education a new lease of life especially to those living in remote areas. Non-profit organisations and large enterprises have begun donating computers and the required connectivity to villages and towns to enable the children and adults to access education within their rural environment. Through video conferencing, it is now possible for educationists to tutor students globally, hence bridging the divide in education and making learning accessible to all. Transform your classroom into a hub for digital learning and teaching with a device that turns monitors into fully functional computers—the Intel® Compute Stick. Development of KPNUT Portable Labs: Today every student need computer and computer needs software’s. The computer Labs is costly affair to the higher education institution and training institutes to have different labs for different subjects with different hardware’s and software’s. Institutes can adopt KPNUT revolutionary concept of portable lab in teaching and training students with minimal hardware and OSS Software’s different labs for different subjects with light weight OS with specific software application on different domains with BIG TV screen in each class room along with Black board and every subject teacher coming with Compu stick with KPNUT portable OS converting BIG TV screen computer where practical teaching become easy and all students coming with Lap Tops with portable OS on USB or Live CD pertaining to their subjects working along with teacher . KPNUT will provide Light weight Live CD /DVD portable OS on USB Compu stick with KPNUT portable OS re-mastering available Linux distributions with specific OSS application for practical teaching. Transform your classroom into a hub for digital learning and teaching with a device that turns monitors into fully functional computers—the Intel® Compute Stick.Teaching with proprietary software too costly and using open source software in an open access environment is less costly. To this end, the concept of the LiveCD versus a standard Microsoft Windows architecture as a desktop platform for general-purpose computing needs within a public access computer lab can be better option. To this end, the concept of the portable OS on USB a desktop platform for general-purpose computing needs within a public access computer lab can be better option. To this end, the concept of the Compu stick with portable OS which can directly connected to BIG TV Screen as black boarded in class room and each student on a desk top use live CD or portable OS on USB as a desktop platform for general-purpose computing needs within a public access computer lab will be explored. Any teacher or student Carry Any Operating System or portable apps (compendium of OSS) in his Pocket CD DVD Portable Lab on Stick and Portable OS with Application on compu stick according to his subject. “Technology Assisted Learning Projects (TALP) are being introduced .Incorporate technology into teaching and Technology could not replace a teacher totally. “Technology and teaching must go hand in hand. Technology is important. Portable apps installed on USB are provided .Transform your classroom into a hub for digital learning and teaching with a device that turns TV monitors into fully functional computers—the Intel® Compute Stick.Tech essentials to empower growing higher education and training and recruiting business For Universities training institutions colleges. Turn your class room into any IT lab on any subject .KPN Unlimited Technologies has produced a top-notch product that fills a gap education and training using computers labs in each class rooms . No need to designate one or two rooms as Computer Lab. Every college needs LABS and that too portable labs and each hardware available can be converted by teacher into any domain lab by using our specific Compu stick with portable OS which can directly connected to BIG TV Screen and used on any student Laptop. KPNUT will give on line training on all these unlimited technologies with certifications and recruitment and placements service. It’s not always necessary to reserve a special computer lab when you want to integrate computer activities into your course. Traditional computer labs have fixed seating and aren’t well-suited to group work or discussion; students are hidden behind large screens.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
THE BDA BBMP BWSSB NEEDS TO PUBLISH EVERY THING THEY DO IN A YEAR UNDER RTI ACT-2005 “EVERY YEAR”
by Admin User - Thursday, 13 May 2021, 10:50 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: BDA BBMP BWSSB has not published declaration under section 4(1) (a) (b) (c) (d) on its website and update everything what they do in a year ..It has not published who are the PIO list and Appellate authority as per updated information. Transferred officers name still appear on website . The KIC should take task action on BWSSB for these blunders. State Government has to publish every year the work they carry out or the information they create under 4(1) (a) (b) (c) every day ,but it did not published all the work carried out by the government under section 4(1) (a) (b) (c) (d) of RTI Act 2005 and it has not provided citizens and opportunity to ask the reasons under section 4(1) (a) (b) (c) (d) . This information and reasons need to be provided to everybody as per Guide on RTI to Information Act 2005 published by the Government of India Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions Department of Personnel & Training (available here :http://rti.gov.in/RTICorner/Guideonrti.pdf) on page 12 and Para 9, following is stated: Providing Reasons for Decisions: The public authorities take various administrative and quasi-judicial decisions which affect the interests of certain persons. It is mandatory for the concerned public authority to provide reasons for such decisions to the affected persons. It may be done by using appropriate mode of communication .Attention is also invited towards the thread 'affected person ' under rti act.In fact, it can be said that "Affected" refers back to an action. The "Affected Persons" are the ones who are affected by that action. The reasons need to be given to affected person and copy of that can be given to me under 2 f of RTI Act. The KSOU office is THE PUBLIC AUTHORITY under obligation to provide information “PUBLICLY” under section 4(1) (a) (b) (c) (d). The state government and all its departments need to publish everything they do in year as per RTI Act 2005 and this need to be published every year and applicant asking information becomes easier to provide also to the applicant and Government becomes transparent .

Citizens can force every PA to create information every day strictly as per the system and procedure as per listed Acts and rules regulations listed under 4(1) (a) (b) (c) every day and that can be cross cheeked by applicant by asking reasons under 4(1) (d) by the affected person and copy of the same can be given to any applicant under 2( f) of RTI Act .Promote transparency and accountability in the working of every public authority. Policy on Prevention, Detection, and Remediation of Fraud and Corruption by government is must and a major element of good governance is the control of corruption. For that reason, controlling corruption has been a key indicator. Good governance is a keystone of government. UPA government has given you RTI Act: Use It optimally :All opposition parties should use RTI optimally .Let they create booth wise RTI activists among their members or cadets and give them training and set of questions and gather that booth level information to perform better as opposition parties .Prime Minister should listen to opposition parties as they are voice of 66% voters. All responsible citizens should send RTI Question to each MP and each Minister and Prime Minister and get to know every day what they are doing and what they are performing and keep check on their performances and give them clear indication that India is awakened and want responsible Government which listens citizens.. All 70 MLAs and 543 MPs are public servants : After election are over all MLAs are public servants and they are MLA for all the constituency .All MLAs should chalk out their plans for development of their constituencies irrespective of who voted for them or who is not voted for them .

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
RIGHTS OF AN “ASSESSEE” DURING AN INCOME TAX RAID SEARCH AND SURVEYS (RAIDS) ALWAYS BETTER TO DISCLOSE FULLY TAXABLE OR NONTAXABLE INCOME IN ITR
by Admin User - Wednesday, 12 May 2021, 10:28 PM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bangalore : According to the financial experts the search and survey operations conducted by the Income tax department, commonly known as Income tax raids (‘raids’), has always been one of the worst nightmares of businessmen, high earners and corporate .Reportedly some reasons for this fear being heavy tax and penalty payments, possible devastating impact on the business, mental harassment faced during such raids etc. Although surveys are not feared as much as search and seizure operations, often it is considered to be a step towards such operations. Most of the fears for such operations are valid and the negative impacts are generally unavoidable, though the impact can be much lesser if the assessee has reasonable knowledge about various aspects relating to the raids. This compilation has tried to summerise some of the significant aspects about raids that assessees should remember in order to lessen the impact of such operations .Search And Seizure (“Search”) Procedures :Search operations are carried out by a team of members from investigation wing and usually it takes place in the morning. The search team carries a search warrant with it for verification. The search team usually cover all the business premises of the assessee (in India) and the residential premises of the important and key persons of the assessee like the partners of the assessee firm; directors of the company etc. and can extend upto 2-3 days. It may also cover residential premises of close relatives, friends, business associates etc. One of the most important powers that the Income Tax Department possesses is the power of search and seizure. Tax authorities usually exercise their right to conduct raids on individuals or groups who are suspected of evading tax or who are deemed to be in possession of any property or income belonging to another party that has not been disclosed. While this might seem like a drastic step, it is an act that is upheld by the constitution, and is deemed entirely necessary in cases where the Income Tax Department feels extreme action is needed.

Objectives of Income Tax Search and Seizure: The Income Tax Department exercises its right of search and seizure to achieve the following objectives :To ensure that any threat to social security is dealt with effectively .To directly address problems and issues that arise due to evasion and avoidance of tax .To meet the menace of black money head on .To uphold the law laid down by the constitution of India .Income Tax Raids: As per law, if evasion of tax or undisclosed possession of property or valuables is suspected, officers authorised by the Income Tax Department are well within their powers to conduct raids and searches on the following: Any residential property or premise. Any property or premise used for the purpose of conducting business .Any vehicle or automobile. Any lockers held at banks or financial institutions. Any books or ledgers containing account details and transactions. Any stocks, bonds or shares that have been acquired or sold. Any valuable items such as jewellery, gold, and other precious metals.As per Section 1 32A of the Income Tax Act, the authorised officers can also exercise their right to inspect any books of accounts or any items of value that have been seized by any other department belonging to the government. Reasons For Income Tax Raids: The Income Tax Department can conduct raids on individuals or groups for a wide range of reasons. The most pertinent of these are outlined are:Where the department has gathered evidence substantiating that an assessee is in possession of income or assets that have not been disclosed, and where the amount of tax that would be normally paid on such income or assets exceeds Rs 1 crore.Where the department suspects an individual or group of holding assets that have been unaccounted for, and which are deemed to be used for the purpose of smuggling, public disorder, fraud, terrorism etc.Where the department has received verification of lavish expenditure at weddings or marriages.Where the department has gathered evidence relating to the evasion of tax that is based on actual fact rather than rumors or assumptions.Where the department has acquired reports or tax evasions that have been gathered by intelligence departments .Where the department has acquired reports in relation to the confiscation of money by any state or central government law enforcement agency.Where the department has gathered information from ‘informers’ hired by the law to provide critical data on any individual or organisation suspected of tax evasion.Where the department has gathered data or information that has been put together from the perusal of tax assessment files and records that have passed through the process of verification .Where the department has gathered information received from any party with an intimate relation with the assessee in question such as a member of the assessee’s family, a business partner, an employee etc. This information is subject to independent questioning on the part of the Income Tax department.Where the department has gathered evidence of the manipulation or ‘cooking’ of any of the following: Books or ledgers showing accounting details and transactions.Any documentation or records.Any invoices.Any vouchers.Any bills.Where the department has gathered evidence suggesting that the assessee is in possession or has maintained duplicates or copies of his or her books of accounts.Where the department has gathered evidence of the possession of substantial amounts of income held with the following: The assessee.At banks or financial institutions.At the residence of the assessee.At any business property.At lockers held in banks or financial institutions.At the residence of any member of the assessee’s family.At the residence of any business partner of the assessee.At the residence of any employee of the assessee.Where the department has gathered evidence linking the arrival of a person at any of the airports in India with the possession of substantial sums of money, gold, incriminating documents etc.Where the department has gathered evidence showing assessees earning low salary or income to be in possession of vast sums of money.Where the department has acquired information or data that contradicts any facts that have been recorded.Where the department has gathered evidence of any business transactions, transfers or activity that has been deemed suspicious, including travel from one location to another, whether within India or abroad.Where the department has gathered credible information pointing to illegal and suspicious business activities from the following portals: Magazines.Social media and other internet web pages.Newspapers.News on the television.News on the radio.Where the department has gathered credible information, data and evidence from other governmental departments.Where the department has gathered information showing that the following items are not accounted for in the books of account or balance sheets of the assessee: Cash.Assets.Jewellery.Bank balances.Investments.Shares.Where the department has gathered evidence linking that assess to the illegal purchase or investment in and of any property or real estate.Where the department has gathered evidence of any hawala activities and transactions that have taken place within the functioning of any business.Where the department has gathered evidence of the assessee making investments in benami or ‘non titled’ property.Where the department has gathered evidence of undisclosed sums of money and investments held with banks under the name of the assessee or any of his or her family members, business associates, relatives etc.Where the department has gathered evidence of any undisclosed share investments, demat or forex accounts under the name of the assessee or any of his or her family members, business associates, relatives etc.Where the department has gathered evidence of any undisclosed amounts that have been omitted or have been withheld during the time of declaration of turnover with regards to the following: Excise duty authorities.Value Added Tax.Service Tax.Central Sales Tax.Sales Tax.Where the department has gathered evidence of the purchase or acquisition of massive amounts of assets or machines from organisations that are found to be illegal or that do not exist.Where the department has gathered evidence of a large amount of sundry creditors every year, despite of the non-existence of any such organisation, company or individual.Where the department has gathered evidence of any discrepancies or anomalies in the submission of stock quantities, inventory, sales production etc.Where the department has gathered evidence of any discrepancies or anomalies with regards to the personal accounts of the assessee in question, wherein the accounts show large amounts of loans or cash appearing consistently and on a continuous basis every year.Where the department has gathered evidence of any regular improper or illegal contact with a judicial member such as a lawyer or a judge as per Section 144 of the Income Tax Act.Where the department has gathered evidence of the non-filing of income tax returns by the assessee for a single year or multiple years.Where the department has gathered evidence of persons or individuals in possession of many Permanent Account Numbers (PAN), who file income tax returns from different locations around the country, and who declare large sums of income.Any other reason that may be deemed valid or confidential by the Income Tax Authorities, or in specific cases dealing with evasion of tax across state borders.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
“SELF LEARNING AT SELF TAUGHT UNIVERSITY” THE SELF-MADE MILLIONAIRES ARE “SELF EDUCATED THEMSELVES”
by Admin User - Tuesday, 11 May 2021, 10:24 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: At 75, technocrat and serial inventor Sam Pitro da swears by just one mantra -excitement stems from new knowledge. The entrepreneur feels there's a need to set up innovation-oriented universities in India and to make students self-learners. At the University of British Columbia a boy was mentored. The boy decided to give up formal studies after class 10. Today, he has authored books on quantum physics and space, which have been prefaced by Nobel laureates. It is reported that the boy is a teacher. He doesn't have a lucrative job at a big company . We need to find motivation from within to be able to do whatever we want. The biggest issue we are dealing with is how to make children in India self-learners. The internet is rife with information, and has undoubtedly become one of our greatest resources for learning and self teaching . Instead of referencing an encyclopedia, we now hit up Google instead. To say the internet has changed the face of education Reportedly When Steve Siebold was a broke college student, his quest to become rich began with one interview — with a millionaire, he told US News & World Report. Since then, he's interviewed more than 1,200 of the world's wealthiest people over the past three decades and become a self-made millionaire himself .In his research, he noticed a pastime the rich have in common: They self-educate by reading."Walk into a wealthy person's home and one of the first things you'll see is an extensive library of books they've used to educate themselves on how to become more successful, (and now internet has became biggest library on earth)." Siebold writes. "The middle class reads novels, tabloids, and entertainment magazines.".Rich people would rather be educated than entertained. Few organization and universities provide Self-taught courses are provided to meet the needs of people who: cannot attend (or wait for) formal taught courses would like to work at their own pace would like to supplement instructor led training would like to in some cases review more topics or advanced topics that are not offered by instructor led courses and these organization and universities provide certifications.

Today everybody is trying to turn into an entrepreneur . The ERP next is business management system for entrepreneurs . ERPNext is a comprehensive and affordable ERP solution containing modules that allow small and medium businesses to manage planning, budgeting, inventory and supply chain management, accounting and human resources. ERPNext is open source software written in Python, JavaScript and MySQL. Some of ERPNEXT’s key features include:Completely web-based Managing sales and sales teams Purchasing, inventory Invoicing, payments Tasks, payroll with email, SMS.Ease of use: ERPNext is an interesting ERP web app because it takes the complexity out of ERP and is much more affordable than most of its competitors. The problem facing many companies nowadays is that a proper ERP system is very expensive and difficult to implement.This is where ERPNext is very different from most ERPs. Unlike many ERP systems, ERPNext is open-source and is designed for small to medium-sized businesses. It is based on wnframework, which was built primarily for the system itself but also features plenty of customization options.Customer Service:In addition to phone and email support, ERPNext offers a collection of tutorials in their Knowledge Base as well as helpful instruction with Guides featuring several helpful articles to get you started and keep your system running smooth.Add-Ons and Integration:ERPNext can be easily integrated with several other tools like Magento Shopping Cart, Quickbooks and Tally, also with marketplaces including Amazon and Ebay.The company claims that even more extensions and applications are on the way to further build on.In Conclusion:ERPNext is a no-frills powerful system that proves that enterprise-resource planning (ERP) systems don’t have to be really complicated and expensive to do what you need them to do.ERPNext gives you the tools you need when you need them at a cost most businesses can afford.The Sales Pitch :Built for small and medium sized businesses across the world.Manufacturing Ideal for discrete manufacturing (Make to Order, Engineer to Order). Manage material planning, shipping, sales and accounting, customer support and more.Retail Multi-store retail business can track inventory, sales, billing, warranties, returns and much more across all their stores.Distribution Keep track of inventory, sales, serial numbers, batches across locations and warehouses. Manage billing, expenses and purchasing.Services Consultancies and service providers (software companies) can manage billing, accounting, projects, support online.Features :Selling: Lead, Opportunity, Quotation, Rates Taxes Terms and Conditions, Sales Order, DiscountsBuying: Purchase Request, Supplier Quotation, Purchase Order.Managing Inventory: Purchase Receipt, Rejections, Quality Inspections, UOM Conversions, Currency Conversions, Delivery Note, Stock Entry, Sub-Contracting, Serial Numbers..Reportedly success is a subjective notion, if there ever was one. Increase your confidence by taking action. Broaden your definition of authenticity. Improve your social skills. Train yourself to delay gratification. Demonstrate passion and perseverance for long-term goals. Embrace a "growth mindset." Invest in your relationships. These are the scientific seven ways to achieve better success in your life and venture and entrepreneurship. Check out the findings from several studies, which shine a light on what it takes to achieve more in life as cited.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
CARRY IN YOUR POCKET “PORTABLE APPS & PORTABLE OS” LOADED PC STICK AND PENDRIVE TO CONVERT ANY CLASSROOM INTO COMPUTER & EDUCATIONAL LAB OF YOUR SUBJECT
by Admin User - Monday, 10 May 2021, 07:45 PM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru : Class rooms need to have BIG TV screens with HDMI Slot to convert them into PC. Students or class rooms can have Laptops . KPN unlimited technologies Bengaluru is planning to provide unlimited portable OS and portable Apps loaded PC Sticks and Pen drives which students and teacher can carry in their pockets and convert any class room into their subject computer Lab by just plug and play . Universities in India need to convert every class room into a portable lab .Each teacher and Each student can convert into his subject lab and use it by using portable apps and portable OS without affecting the basic hardware. Portable Apps and Portable OS can be carried in their pockets. The higher education in India is getting revolutionized with use of BIG TV Screen (which can be converted into a computer by Compu Stick or PC Stick ) as black board in class room and each student with a lap top or a desk top .This is the basic hardware that need to be provided in each class room.KPN unlimited technologies Bengaluru is planning to provide each subject teacher and each subject students with portable Linux OS and portable Linux based Apps of his choice and with this each teacher and students can convert it into his subject lab by using potable OS and portable Apps provided by KPNUT .These apps can run from any portable device (a thumb drive, CD, DVD, portable hard drive or other device Compu Stick ) without needing to be installed directly on the hard drive of the system you're using. You can visit www.kpnutechnologies.com or contact kpnutechnologies@yahoo.com for your proposals and a quote or for choice portable OS and portable Apps on CD/DVD or Pen Drive or on Compu Stick or PC Stick or Micro SD card with choice of your open source software portable OS and portable Apps loaded PC Sticks and Pen drives according to your subject needs. KPN unlimited technologies Bengaluru will load required potable app on USB or Comput Stick OR pc Stick with required Portable App and Portable OS . IT is considered as an enabler for Indian to transform itself from a developing country to an industrialized nation. IT has left an immense impact on the nature and structure of higher education in Indian and will continue to play a prominent role in its future. KPNUT presents to the readers how IT utilization has enabled the country to offer quality education to its citizen in-line with the requirements of its labor market and the Net generation. KPN Unlimited Technologies is a vibrant company whose activities span over diverse areas within the broad realms of information technology. KPN Unlimited Technologies is a Private company with professionals teamed up to offer the IT industry a radical growth. A place where imaginative minds have the opportunity to explore new ideas and implement cutting edge solutions. Our professionals are constantly abreast with the latest technology and are proven leaders in redefining industry standards with new products.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
APPOINT CHIEF CYBER SECURITY OFFICER “TO CONTROL CYBERCRIME RISKS”AND USE “KALI LINUX” AND FEDORA SECURITY LAB “FOR SECURITY AUDITING”
by Admin User - Sunday, 9 May 2021, 05:17 PM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru :Reportedly the police force is ill-equipped to deal with increasing cybercrimes, but said the problem was not unique to the country's IT capital alone .“Cybercrime is increasing across the world and in the country too. The police department is establishing a separate cyber cell in each police station across the state to tackle these cases. There needs to be renewed focus on training,“ . “ There is need for Special attention be given to cyber security and Department need to train police personnel by roping in experts from various fields to help Police.“.De-monetization and the subsequent push for digitization has reportedly escalated risks relating to cybercrime and reportedly India needs to urgently upgrade its defenses by setting up a cyber security commission on the lines of the Atomic Energy and Space Commissions, according to an IIT-Kanpur study shared with Parliament's committee on finance .Noting that the government has initiated a number of programmes to enhance the participation of citizens in the fully digitalised economy , the study said cyber security centers set up by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) would be insufficient. “While RBI centres often come to IITs such as IIT-Kanpur for expert opinion, IITs do not engage in relevant research on cyber security,“ the study said. Incidents of cybercrime in India are rising sharply, recording an increase of over 100% in 2015 from 2014. The number grew from 71,780 in 2013 to 1.49 lakh in 2014 to 3 lakh in 2015. The study said attacks from the `Equation group' -which WikiLeaks reports said was a clandes tine CIA and NSA programme -infected India's telecom and military sectors and research institutes.The committee was briefed by Profs Manindra Agrawal and Sandeep Shukla from IIT-Kanpur (IIT-K). The study pointed out that since the government was pushing Aadhaar-based financial transactions, securing the Aadhaar database against unauthorised usage must be looked at carefully .It has come to light that certain banks were making hundreds of transactions on the Aadhaar numbers of unsuspecting citizens.

The experts said companies must have a chief cyber security officer and data systems should function on a need to know basis. Recent revelations about leakage of Aadhaar da ta and corresponding transaction data are serious concerns as government is integrating Aadhaar number to various services,“ the study said.Pointing out that post-demonetisation, digital wallets such as PayTM and BHIM gained prominence, last year also saw cyber attacks that compromised more than 3 million ATM and debit cards through Hitachi-engineered ATM machine hacking.The experts said a wider net needed to be cast by the Indian banking system and the government to engage cyber security experts from top institutes as advanced layer of protection was missing in most financial institutions. Quoting a report, the IIT-K experts said India may need $4 billion investment in the private-public model.In its recommendations, the experts said companies must have a chief cyber security officer and data systems should function on a need to know basis. The experts felt that existing cyber security frameworks like CERT-IN was inadequate as there were insufficient inter-disciplinary connections and the governmentprivate sector partnership was neither deep enough nor did it provide the required expertise.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
THE “GM GLOBAL TECHIES TOWN” INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS CONNECTED WITH 100 AMENITIES BEAUTIFULLY “CRAFTED LIVING SPACE”
by Admin User - Saturday, 8 May 2021, 06:10 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru : Amenities in the project :A 60,000 sqft club house Swimmingchildren's pool, skating rink, lazy river Rock climbing wall Stageperformance area, mini theatre Sand pit, children hammock park, creche, children's play room, sleeping nets Half basketball court, jumbo chess, mini soccer field Lounge, banquet hall ATM, laundry, pharmacy, clinic Coffee bar, gym, aerobics, salon, spa and steam room (ladies and gents) Security rooms, visitor's parking .With over two decades of extensive experience in a range of verticals related to construction, Chairman and Managing Director Gulam Mustafa has single-handedly led GM Infinite Group's portfolio from construction to real estate. As a second generation professional as he achieves uncompromised standards of quality in his ventures .GM Infinite Group has an impressive track record with expertise in construction. It has that translated into success in the competitive world of real estate.GM Infinite Group's techinical know-how and an unflinching focus on customer satisfaction is what propels its success. The company started out as a construction major over five decades ago and today, it take pride in saying that they don't just have five decades of experience in this industry but have five decades of unparalleled expertise. And A solid reputation and delivering exceptional projects on schedule have earned their customers' trust. GM use their own construction technology with no external contractors. Their customers get quality materials from the source.GM Infinite Group offers unique concepts bringing you a seamless combination of the finest infrastructure and amenities. The Group's key drivers are one-of-a-kind concepts at competitive prices with timely delivery. You will also notice that the projects are carefully located in prominent, upcoming areas of the city so that your investment gets a boost and you enjoy monetary gains.GM are in a constant pursuit of providing better homes to their customers at competitive prices. GM meet architects from across the world frequently to gauge the viability of a concept. Living by the values of transparency, professionalism and integrity, GM only use A-A+ grade material in all construction, interiors, hardware, electrical fittings and plumbing. GM had a phenomenal run with Global Techies Town. It is believed that this development is the first-of its-kind in the country.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
DPAR NEED TO EXCLUDE EXEMPTION GIVEN UNDER RTI ACT SECTION 24(4) AS “CID”IS NOT “INTELLIGENCE OR SECURITY ORGANISATION”
by Admin User - Friday, 7 May 2021, 04:57 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru: The DPAR Karnataka Government needs to modify the order exclude CID from exempting under Section 24(4) of the RTI Act as per order in Decision No. CIC/SM/C/2011/000117/SG/13230 as CID does not appear to fit the description of an “intelligence or security organisation” under Section 24(4) of the RTI Act.I had asked the information but PIO and SP (Admin) is denied the information stating that CID is exempted from the provision of RTI Act -2005 under 24(4) of RTI Act by her letter dated 19-01-2017 .But In view of the citations in CIC in Decision No. CIC/SM/C/2011/000117/SG/13230 CID does not appear to fit the description of an “intelligence or security organisation” under Section 24(4) of the RTI Act. In a terse order, the CIC Commissioner said in Decision No. CIC/SM/C/2011/000117/SG/13230 says pulling out CBI from scope of RTI Act is a violation of the law itself and The CIC ruled that “no reason has been given by the DOPT or the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, as required under Section 4(1)( d) of the RTI Act” for bringing the CBI under the Second Schedule, along with the National Intelligence Agency and National Intelligence Grid. Hence, the order says, “In the absence of reasons, inclusion of CBI in the Second Schedule along with National Intelligence Agency and National Intelligence Grid appears to be an arbitrary act.” The CIC, Mr Gandhi, stated in his order, quoting generously from the CBI website (http://cbi.nic.in) : CBI does not qualify to be an intelligence or security organization “…under Section 24(2) of the RTI Act, the Central Government has been given the power to include any other intelligence or security organisations, apart from the 18 in the original list-within the Second Schedule-by way of a notification. This power does not appear to have been extended to any other body, and is restricted to only intelligence or security organisations. In view of the same, it becomes pertinent to understand whether the CBI qualifies as “intelligence or security organisation” as per Section 24(2) of the RTI Act.” The CIC further states in his order: “On a careful perusal of the material, it can be ascertained that the CBI was established for the purposes of investigation of specific crimes including corruption, economic offences and special crimes. It continues to discharge its functions as a multi-disciplinary investigating agency and evolve more effective systems for investigation of specific crimes. Members of the CBI have all the powers, duties, privileges and liabilities which police officers have in connection with the investigation of offences.The CBI does not claim it is involved in intelligence gathering or is a security organisation .“There is no claim in its mandate and functions, as described above, that the CBI is involved in intelligence gathering or is a security organisation. Even the additional functions performed by the CBI, other than investigation of crimes, do not include any function which would lend it the character of an intelligence or security organisation. In view of the same, the CBI does not appear to fit the description of an “intelligence or security organisation” under Section 24(2) of the RTI Act. I have filed an Appeal under RTI Act and I have requested appellate Authority to issue direction to Public Information Officer & SP (Admin) CID Bangalore to provide me copy of charge sheet filed in FIR Number 301/2012 Madivala police station Bangalore which is transferred to CID and in view of the citations in CIC in Decision No. CIC/SM/C/2011/000117/SG/13230.The DPAR Karnataka Government need to modify the order exclude CID from exempting under Section 24(4) of the RTI Act as per order in Decision No. CIC/SM/C/2011/000117/SG/13230 as CID does not appear to fit the description of an “intelligence or security organisation” under Section 24(4) of the RTI Act.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
THE UNIVERSITIES ARE FACING “DIGITAL DISRUPTION” CAN REMAIN AS CONTENT MERCHANTS & DIE OR “TRANSFORM AS KNOWLEDGE BROKERS AND THRIVE”
by Admin User - Thursday, 6 May 2021, 06:43 PM
 

By : M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bengaluru : UNIVERSITIES the world over are struggling with the digital disruption. universities have a choice. They can remain content merchants, and die or they can transform in knowledge brokers and thrive.The IT Enabled classrooms of the today will not be propelled by school and college administrators but by the young learners. Today's learners require new dynamics and new direction which facilitate active learning and new teaching strategies. Conventional classrooms have to modify and co create existing spaces to provide adaptable, multi-use configurations and new pedagogies. According to experts , the 10 signs are technology, integration, collaborative environment , opportunities to create an expression, inquiry based approach, justification for answers, writing for reflection, use of problem solving methodology, hands-on-learning, teacher as facilitator, transparent assessment. universities were never in the content business but in the knowledge business. Without the platform of content, bringing students to the desirable levels of understanding was impossible, degrees to provide first content and then, for those who pursued higher degrees, greater insights and understanding of the discipline. That content is now so readily available is, in experts opinion, a blessing; universities can now concentrate on the business of creating and inducing meaning.

Digital technology and computers have revolutionized education .Class rooms need to have BIG TV screens with HDMI Slot to convert them into PC. Students or class rooms can have Laptops. The advent of computers has changed our very existence .These machines have evolved from being a mere luxury to an essential and indispensable part of our education . We need the computer in its varied forms of laptops and tablets, to communicate, learn, explore, transact and even access knowledge. No wonder then, that computer literacy is looked upon as an integral part of our education process. The institution of higher learning can easily provide hardware .When question of software’s comes every institution has no funds for commercial software’s to purchase them and also keep them purchasing new versions every year . KPN unlimited technologies Bengaluru is planning to provide unlimited portable OS and portable Apps loaded PC Sticks and Pen drives which students and teacher can carry in their pockets and convert any class room into their subject computer Lab by just plug and play at very affordable prices . Universities in India need to convert every class room into a portable lab .Each teacher and Each student can convert into his subject lab and use it by using portable apps and portable OS without affecting the basic hardware. Portable Apps and Portable OS can be carried in their pockets. The higher education in India is getting revolutionized with use of BIG TV Screen (which can be converted into a computer by Compu Stick or PC Stick ) as black board in class room and each student with a lap top or a desk top .This is the basic hardware that need to be provided in each class room.KPN unlimited technologies Bengaluru is planning to provide each subject teacher and each subject students with portable Linux OS and portable Linux based Apps of his choice and with this each teacher and students can convert it into his subject lab by using potable OS and portable Apps provided by KPNUT .These apps can run from any portable device (a thumb drive, CD, DVD, portable hard drive or other device Compu Stick ) without needing to be installed directly on the hard drive of the system you're using. You can visit www.kpnutechnologies.com or contact kpnutechnologies@yahoo.com for your proposals and a quote or for choice portable OS and portable Apps on CD/DVD or Pen Drive or on Compu Stick or PC Stick or Micro SD card with choice of your open source software portable OS and portable Apps loaded PC Sticks and Pen drives according to your subject needs. KPN unlimited technologies Bengaluru will load required potable app on USB or Comput Stick OR pc Stick with required Portable App and Portable OS . IT is considered as an enabler for Indian to transform itself from a developing country to an industrialized nation. IT has left an immense impact on the nature and structure of higher education in Indian and will continue to play a prominent role in its future. KPNUT presents to the readers how IT utilization has enabled the country to offer quality education to its citizen in-line with the requirements of its labor market and the Net generation. KPN Unlimited Technologies is a vibrant company whose activities span over diverse areas within the broad realms of information technology. KPN Unlimited Technologies is a Private company with professionals teamed up to offer the IT industry a radical growth. A place where imaginative minds have the opportunity to explore new ideas and implement cutting edge solutions. Our professionals are constantly abreast with the latest technology and are proven leaders in redefining industry standards with new products.

M.S.Yatnatti Editor Property Politics
CYBER JOURNALISTS: THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ACT, 2000 AND ALL THE LAWS APPLICABLE TO CITIZENS OF INDIA WILL ALSO APPLY JOURNALISTS
by Admin User - Wednesday, 5 May 2021, 04:21 PM
 

By: M.S.Yatnatti: Editor and Video Journalist Bangalore: Online Journalists are people who gather information that is relevant to the public and communicate this over various media. An online journalist would collect, write or edit news-reports, articles, features, interviews, opinion pieces, photographs or even podcasts and videos on news and events on an online platform.If you are located and work from India, all the laws applicable to citizens of India will also apply to you. These include the Constitution of India, Press Laws and Acts, provisions of the Indian Penal Code and the Criminal Procedures Code, Broadcasting regulations etc. The Press Council of India has a comprehensive list of acts applicable for journalists. Besides, the amended Information Technology Act, 2000, governs all electronic communication. So, if a print, television, radio or mobile media journalist transmitted any information electronically, the provisions of the IT Act would also be applicable.Print media content is governed by a number of laws, including the Constitution of India’s provisions on freedom of expression and privacy, other specific laws on registration of publications, provisions in the Indian Penal Code, etc. An online article will attract different provision of the Information Technology Act, along with all the other laws. If you are a print journalist and your report appears online in media company’s website, Information Technology Act apply to you.Unlike print publications, online news sites or portals do not have to be registered in India. All you need is a domain name registration.Only some press laws will apply to a news website in India. Online media does not come under the purview of the Press Council of India, the Working Journalists Act, The Press and Registration of Books Act, 1867, The Young Persons (Harmful Publications) Act, 1956 and the Delivery of Books and Newspapers (Public Libraries) Act, 1954.However, since the amended Information Technology Act, 2000, governs all electronic communication, a news website will come under its purview. Reporters and web editors are legally responsible for content on a site. Under the amended IT Act, 2000, all responsibility for ensuring that no ‘objectionable’ content is uploaded online and for taking down content will vest with the intermediary. Facebook relies on its user community to determine if the content is offensive or not. Every wall post, photo, note etc. has a report abuse link embedded in it. Unlike Twitter, Facebook maintains no record of censorship.The intermediary hosting your site, your editor, reporter will be held responsible.Content on social media networks is usually public, unless users activate privacy settings to restrict viewers. So journalists can use content from social media networks but it is a good idea to be ethical in using material that can compromise privacy.If a blogger posts blogs that are journalistic in nature, i.e., the blogger uses the blogging platforms for posting reports, views, opinions, comments on events, then the blogger can be called a journalist. Bloggers and journalists share the same protection under the law because article 19 (1) (a) that defines freedom of expression applies to all citizens. The media in India does not enjoy special privileges under the law unlike US, where freedom of press was ratified by the First Amendment.A journalist can publish their stories on their personal blogs. A lot depends on the nature of contract with the concerned media organisation s/he works for. A journalist can publish their stories giving an attribution to the employer that published the story originally. If the contract is such that the journalist retains her/his copyright of the story, then the journalist ought to mention it clearly.An online journalistic report seeks to collect and provide information that has a public interest. A blog post can be about a wide range of subjects written in various styles- from one’s opinions, reports and factual information to personal accounts of one’s travels, cookery, pets, health, philosophy etc. Legally, both online journalistic reports as well as blog-posts have the same status under the IT Act.


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