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BusinessToday.In | September 3, 2020

Twitter account of PM Modi's personal website hacked

A Twitter account of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's personal website was hacked early Thursday with a series of cryptic tweets being posted on the account by a group claiming to be John Wick. The account has since been restored. Confirming the same, Twitter said that it was aware of the activity and has taken the required steps to secure the compromised account. It added that it is "actively investigating" the situation.The account goes by the handle narendramodi_in. The accound was reportedly hacked at around 3:15 AM on Thursday.

SEBI orders Rs 40 crore recovery from two dozen accounts

The Securities and Exchange Board of India (Sebi) has ordered attachment of bank and demat accounts of two dozen defaulters in the matters of three companies - Mass Infra Realty, Skymarg Agro Industries India, and Life Care Real Developers - to recover dues totalling nearly Rs 40 crore.

Airport foray to lead in aviation infra creation, says Gautam Adani

The acquisition of the Mumbai International Airport and the upcoming Navi Mumbai International Airport, along with six airports already bagged for the development, will make Adani Airports, a subsidiary of Adani Enterprises, a leading enabler in developing an aviation infrastructure for the country, said Gautam Adani, chairman, Adani Group. On Monday, Adani Airport Holdings Limited (AAHL) bought the debt of GVK Airport Developers.

US requests India to strengthen its position in global supply chain

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Chinese apps ban to boost India's app ecosystem

Following the ban of Chinese apps like Bytedance's TikTok over the last couple of months, the Indian government has blocked 118 more apps including the popular game PUBG Mobile. The blocked apps are said to have been engaged in activities prejudicial to sovereignty and integrity of India, defence of India and security of state and public order.

Cabinet approves appointment of VK Yadav as Railway Board's first ever CEO

The Appointments Committee of the Cabinet has approved the appointment of the current chairman of the Railway Board VK Yadav as the CEO, making him the first to hold such a post in the railway's history. The Cabinet had earlier approved the restructuring of the Railway Board, whose strength has been cut from eight to five, as part of large scale reforms initiated by the national transporter.

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