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19 Mar 2018, Edition - 979, Monday


  • The eminent CEO panelists gathered to discuss the growing power of digital economy at the Innovation Summit.
  • Bhagalpur clashes: FIR filed | Mantri’s son accused of displaying arms; allegedly took out procession, sans permission
  • Kolkata: Mamata-KCR meet ends | We made a good beginning today, says Telangana CM KCR
  • Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has launched a direct hotline to mark the occasion of completion of one year of his government
  • Panjim: Massive protest by mining workers, after SC ordered ban on mining activity, mine workers go on a strike
  • Vladimir Putin won a landslide victory in Russia’s presidential election, receiving 76.67% of the vote
  • Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia reacts on his & Kejriwal’s apology to Nitin Gadkari & Kapil Sibal
  • Telangana CM K Chandrashekhar Rao meets West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee in Kolkata to discuss Third Front
  • Faced with defamation suits, Arvind Kejriwal Delhi CM now apologises to Gadkari
  • A day after Pakistan killed 5 innocent Indians, J&K CM pushes for talks with Pakistan


Public urged not to share credit/debit card details with anyone

Covai Post Network

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The Cyber Crime Cell of the city police has urged the people not to share details of credit/debit cards with anyone.

The appeal comes following several reports of people losing money by sharing details of cards with strangers, who posed as as bank officials, over phone. People should not share details of credit/debit cards, PIN numbers, OTP or CVV number with anyone, even if they introduce themselves as bank officials. “Sharing these details will result in people losing their money,” they said.

“Make sure that the cards are swiped only once in POS machines and only the card owner should enter the PIN. Do not fall prey to dubious calls, emails or messages,” police advised the public