Internet of Things has successful trial

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Old 23-Feb-2016
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London: Swedish communication technology giant Ericsson, French telecommunications company Orange and US technology giant Intel have successfully conducted the world's first extended coverage trial for Internet of Things (IoT) using EC-GSM-IoT (Extended Coverage-GSM-IoT) technology in Paris. IoT is a futuristic system where one can control almost everything - from TV to refrigerator, from air-cooling to coffee machine - with smartphone. Cellular networks optimised for IoT will be operational in 2017. IANS
Amar Singh is Kuala Lumpur police chief
Kuala Lumpur: A Sikh officer has been appointed Kuala Lumpur's commissioner of police — the highest police rank achieved by a Sikh in Malaysia. Amar Singh held the position of deputy director of CID when his new appointment was announced last week. His father Ishar Singh joined the Federated Malay States Police in 1939, a year after coming to Malaya from Punjab. IANS
India set to seal major B’desh power deal
New Delhi: A state-run Indian firm is poised to seal a contract to build a $1.6 billion power plant in Bangladesh, beating out a Chinese competitor. India believes Bangladesh is a part of a "String of Pearls" China is building across the Indian Ocean that stretches from Gwadar port in Pakistan to Djibouti on the African coast, where it is building a naval base. After years of negotiations, Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) will sign a contract to build a 1,320-MW thermal power station in Khulna in southern Bangladesh on February 28. Reuters
One in 5 British girls sexually harassed
London: At least one in five British women experienced unwanted sexual contact while they were in school, a children's charity reported on Monday, and of that number, nearly half said the abuse was frequent. After surveying more than 2,000 women in Britain, Plan UK found that 22 per cent had experienced sexual touching, groping, flashing or rape during their school years. Around 60 per cent who said they were sexually harassed as a child have never reported the incident. Reuters

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