MS Dhoni is riskiest celebrity to search online



Other Indian celebrities in the list, whose names are used to lure unsuspecting fans to such websites, include actors Radhika Apte and Shraddha Kapoor, sportsperson P V Sindhu and also former cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, the list prepared by McAfee said.



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PM meets Abhijit Banerjee, says 'India is proud'



“Excellent meeting with Nobel Laureate Abhijit Banerjee. His passion towards human empowerment is clearly visible. We had a healthy and extensive interaction on various subjects. India is proud of his accomplishments. Wishing him the very best for his future endeavours,” Modi said in a tweet, sharing a picture of their meeting at his official residence.



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How to offset the impact of depreciating rupee



Direct stock investors should go by the thumb rule that exporters gain from rupee’s depreciation while importers take a hit, says Sanjay Kumar Singh.



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Infosys takes whistleblower complaint to audit panel



According to reports, an anonymous group that calls itself “ethical employees” have written to the Infosys Board as well as American regulator US Securities and Exchange Commission with the allegations. They have claimed that they have emails and voice recordings to substantiate the same.



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Why onions make us cry



‘Electronic media splash sensational headlines of the bulb prices about to cross the three-figure mark and focus on customers looking longingly at baskets full of onions, bemoaning their misery without this essential staple of their diet,’ notes Shreekant Sambrani.



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Nissan's new COO Ashwani Gupta is a Japanophile



‘I came to Japan with my family on March 11, 2011, when all the expats went back because of fear of the earthquake. I am very fortunate to be so warmly welcomed by the Japanese society and I feel a deep sense of personal and professional integration in the community,’ says Ashwani Gupta.



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