1. Sharing Sushant’s body pictures can invite legal action says police
Maharashtra Cyber Police Department, the nodal agency for cyber-crime investigation in Maharashtra on Sunday (June 14) asked netizens to abstain from coursing pictures of expired Bollywood entertainer Sushant Singh Rajput. They additionally cautioned of lawful activity for circling photographs of Sushant Singh’s body and requested that individuals erase pictures that have been as of now shared. Maharashtra Cyber Police on their official Twitter account stated, “An upsetting pattern has been seen on Social Media stages by Maharashtra Cyber that photos of expired on-screen character Shri. Sushant Singh Rajput are being coursed, which are upsetting and off color.”
2. Class 12th arts, commerce results declared in Gujarat, 76.29% students pass
The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board today reported the GSEB HSC Arts and Commerce results. The Gujarat twelfth Arts and Commerce Result 2020 was declared by the Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSEB) online on its official site at gseb.org. The notice accessible on the official site of the Gujarat Board makes reference to that the understudies who showed up for the class 12 board test held in March can get to their outcomes on the official site after the declaration. 76.29 percent of the arts and commerce students who showed up for the Class 12 board examination this year cleared it. The pass rate is an improvement over a year ago’s 73.27 percent. Patan region played out the best with a pass level of 86.67, while Junagadh played out the most noticeably awful with simply 58.26 percent understudies breezing through the tests. In 269 schools, 100 percent of the understudies cleared the test.
3. India has less nuclear weapons than China, Pak says arms watchdog SIPRI
China and Pakistan have more nuclear weapons than India, as indicated by another yearbook discharged by a main clash and deadly implements think-tank on Monday. The Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI’s) Yearbook 2020 pegs the quantity of nuclear warheads in the Chinese munitions stockpile at 320, while the nuclear powers of Pakistan and India are assessed to have 160 and 150 weapons, individually. India and its neighbours were positioned in a similar request by SIPRI a year ago too when China had 290 nuclear warheads, Pakistan 150-160 and India had 130-140 warheads toward the beginning of 2019.
4. Apple patents glass coating technology to make iPhone more durable
Apple has patented another glass covering innovation proposed to make electronic gadgets progressively sturdy. The “Winding Grain Coatings” could likewise represent hostile to scratch and against reflection benefits. According to the patent, the covering layers applied on the glass structure of a gadget would be shaped with polycrystalline materials, in which the grains will be actualized in an “entwined winding” position.
5. Putin Says Russia will be able to counter hypersonic arms by the time others have them
Russia will before long be in a situation to counter hypersonic arms sent by different nations, President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday, including that Moscow was in front of the United States in growing new kinds of weapons. Hypersonic float vehicles can control an unusual course and move forcefully as they approach sway. They additionally follow a lot of compliment and lower direction than ballistic rockets. Washington and Moscow have been growing their guard capacities as some Cold War-time arms control understandings have fallen during declining Russia’s binds with the West. A year ago Russia conveyed its first hypersonic nuclear skilled rockets, while the Pentagon has an objective of handling hypersonic abilities ahead of schedule by the mid-2020s.
6. Gujarat’s Rajkot experience 2nd earthquake in last 24 hours, measuring magnitude 4.4
An earthquake of 4.4 magnitude on the Richter scale was recorded on Monday near Rajkot city in southern Gujarat, the second in the last 24 hours, National Center for Seismology (NCS) said.The earthquake hit the western state at 12:57pm and the epicentre was 82km northwest of Rajkot, the website of the government’s nodal agency for monitoring seismic activity in the country showed. On Sunday, the Kutch region recorded an earthquake of 5.5 magnitude on the Richter scale at 8:13pm with the epicentre being at 118km north-north-west of Rajkot.
7. Tripura: Rare variety of hog badgers found for first time
Unexpectedly, an uncommon type of hoard badgers was found in Tripura at a town in Dhalai locale, more than 90 kilometers east of Agartala, a timberland official said on Sunday. The hoard badgers, deductively known as ‘ Arctonyx Collaris’ are recorded as an imperiled species in the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) , said Tapojyoti Debbarma, sub divisional forest official (SDFO) of Ambassa.
8. Rajnath Singh there can never be bitterness among Indians towards Nepal
Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Monday said that if any confusion has ascended among individuals of Nepal because of development of streets from Lipulekh to Dharchula then it will be figured out in discourse. “I can unhesitatingly say that there can never be harshness among Indians towards Nepal,” he included. Singh said this while tending to Uttarakhand’s Jansamvad virtual assembly.
9. Petrol, Diesel rates hiked across India for the ninth consecutive day
In Mumbai, Chennai and Kolkata, petroleum was valued at Rs 83.17, Rs 79.96 and Rs 78.10, higher from Rs 82.70, Rs 79.53 and Rs 77.64 per liter separately. Diesel costs in these urban communities were Rs 73.21 (Mumbai), Rs 72.69 (Chennai) and Rs 70.33 (Kolkata), contrasted and Rs 72.64, Rs 72.18 and Rs 69.80 individually on Saturday. The freeze in rates was forced in mid-March not long after the administration climbed to extract obligation on petroleum and diesel to support extra funds. Oil PSUs Indian Oil Corp (IOC), Bharat Petroleum Corp Ltd (BPCL) and Hindustan Petroleum Corp Ltd (HPCL) rather than giving the extract obligation climbs to clients balanced them against the fall in the retail rates that was justified due to fall in universal oil costs.
10. Local trains in Mumbai to start from today for essential service workers.
Indian Railways’ Central and Western Railway zone in a late-night articulation has said that, Railway Ministry has chosen to begin select local administrations once again of mainline and harbor lines of Mumbai from today. Mumbai’s local help, which is additionally the life saver of the city, will anyway work for individuals and representatives related with basic administrations.Indian Railways will permit just 700 individuals for each train rather than the regular 1,200 per train of the Mumbai local train. Indian Railways will lead numerous rounds of checking to ensure that solitary basic staff should board in these trains.
11. Putin claims US anti-racism protests sign of deep-seated internal crisis
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Sunday that the US hostile to anti-racism protests were an indication of profound emergencies in the nation, in his first remarks on the circumstance. “What has happened is a sign of some deep-seated internal crises,” Mr Putin said in a meeting with Rossiya 1 TV, requested to remark on occasions in the US as of late. He connected the distress to the coronavirus pandemic, saying: “It shows there are problems. Things connected to the fight with the coronavirus have shone a spotlight on general problems.”
12. Winning AI in Facebook’s $1M deepfake detection contest scores 65% accuracy
Alarmed at the growing forged or deepfake videos on its platform, Facebook sorted out a Deepfake Detection Challenge and the outcomes were not extremely promising, as the most noteworthy performing model accomplished a normal accuracy of 65.18 percent against genuine models. The Deepfake Detection Challenge drew in excess of 2,000 members, who prepared and tried in excess of 35,000 models utilizing a one of a kind new informational collection made for the test. Tried against a discovery informational collection with testing true models that were not imparted to participants, the top model accomplished a normal accuracy of 65.18 percent.