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Jammu and Kashmir government issues guidelines on use of social media by government employees

The provisions were related to the issue incorporated in the Jammu and Kashmir Employees Conduct Rules, 1971.

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Jammu and Kashmir government issues guidelines on use of social media by government employees

The Jammu and Kashmir government on Friday issued an elaborate set of guidelines regarding the use of social media by government employees in the Union Territory.

The provisions were related to the issue incorporated in the Jammu and Kashmir Employees Conduct Rules, 1971.

As per the circular issued by the Government of Jammu and Kashmir, no government employee shall, through any post, tweet, or otherwise, discuss or criticize on social media, any policy pursued or action taken by the government, nor shall he/she, in any manner, participate in any such discussion or criticism on social media pages/communities/ microblogs.

  • No Government employee shall, in any radio broadcast or in any document published in his own name or anonymously, pseudonymously or in the name of any other person or in any communication to the press or in any public utterance make any statement of fact or opinion:
  • i) which has the effect of an adverse criticism of any current or recent policy or action of the Government of India, Government of Jammu and Kashmir or any other State Government;
  • (ii) which is capable of embarrassing the relations between the Government of Jammu and Kashmir and the Government of India or the Government of any other State in India; or
  • (iii) which is capable of embarrassing the relations between the Government of India or the Government of Jammu and Kashmir and the Government of any foreign State.
  • Employees, directly or indirectly, shall not publish, post or release any information on social media that is considered confidential or that is not meant for public dissemination, nor shall they pass any official document or any part thereof to any Government employee or any such person to whom he is not authorized to communicate such document or information.
  • No Government employee shall post grievances pertaining to their workplace on social media in the form of videos, posts, tweets or blogs or in any other form, but will follow the already established channels of complaint redressal existing in the departments.
  • No Government employee shall post, tweet or share content that is political or anti-secular and communal in nature or subscribe to pages, communities or twitter handles and blogs of such nature.
  • A Government employee may, for the purpose or removing misapprehensions, correcting mis-statements, and refuting disloyal and seditious propaganda, defend and explain to the public the policy of Government in his posts and tweets on social media.

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Apple Vision Pro: Company launches a futuristic product based on Augmented Reality | Take a closer look on the device its price and features

During the event, the company revealed that during the creation of Vision Pro, they filed around 5000 patents on it’s appearance.

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At the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2023 event of Apple made several announcements. The tech-giant unveiled a wide range of items, including software.

WWDC 2023 event had been anticipated by the audience for a long time by the tech geeks specifically for the Apple’s augmented reality headgear prior to its launch today.

The VR headset, introduced by Apple is known as the Vision Pro.


With the help of this headset, you’ll be able to feel the virtual world just like the real world.

The company has utilized such innovation that while living within the real world, one can see and talk to the individual sitting in front of the room virtually. According to Apple, it is capable of working brilliantly in both the advanced and physical universes.


Apple Vision Pro is primarily focused on entertainment and communication. In Vision pro, users will not require any kind of display screen as they will be able to create the virtual display screen according to their comfort. Users will be able to control Vision Pro with voice command, hands and eyes.


Apple has joined forces with Disney Plus to empower users to enjoy a more immersive viewing experience of their favorite movies and shows on Vision Pro. The innovative device is powered by Vision OS, a new operating system developed by Apple specially for it’s VR Headset.


During the event, the company revealed that during the creation of Vision Pro, they filed around 5000 patents on it’s appearance.


Vision Pro Features a curved glass design, custom hardware including the R1 silicon chip, a new sound system and 2-hour battery life. This device also uses Optic ID, which will scan the user’s retina to lock and unlock the Vision Pro.


Apple has launched the futuristic Vision Pro at $3,499 and if we convert, which is around 2 lakh 88 thousand rupees. It will go on sale from next year.

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WhatsApp introduces chat lock feature for private conversations, here’s how to use

As per Meta, the ability to lock a chat will be greatly beneficial for users who share their phones with family members from time to time.

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WhatsApp has recently introduced a new feature called Chat Lock for users to make their intimate conversations even more private. The Meta-owned group enables its users to lock individual chats to enhance the security of their messages and protect their privacy.

If you don’t want someone to peep into the chat of a particular person then you can enable the Chat Lock feature as it allows an individual to lock that person’s chat with a password or biometric authentication.

The Chat Lock feature lets you protect your most intimate conversations with a password and secures them in a separate folder. When someone messages you and you have that chat locked, the sender’s name and the content of the message will also be hidden.

Along with this, when a WhatsApp chat is locked, that conversation thread is taken out of a user’s inbox, and put behind a folder of its own. It also automatically hides the contents of that chat in notifications.

As per Meta, the ability to lock a chat will be greatly beneficial for users who share their phones with family members from time to time.

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How to enable WhatsApp Chat Lock feature?

  • Open WhatsApp on your Android or iOS smartphone and upgrade it to the latest version.
  • Click on that particular chat you want to lock in WhatsApp.
  • Select the contact or group by clicking on their profile photo.
  • You will see a Chat Lock option just below the message menu.
  • Set up Chat Lock, then use your phone’s password or biometrics to log in.

How to access locked chats on WhatsApp?

  • Open WhatsApp and navigate to your home page to view encrypted chat.
  • Swipe down to access all locked chats.
  • Select the locked chat by tapping on it.
  • Unlock the chat by entering your phone’s password or biometric data.

As per Meta, more options will be added to Chat Lock in the coming months, including locks for companion devices, as well as custom passwords for chats, so that a person can use a password different from that of their phone to unlock a conversation.

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Government to deploy cutting-edge system to track and block stolen, lost mobile phones

Stolen mobile phones will soon be a thing of the past as the government is gearing up for the pan-India deployment of a cutting-edge tracking system that will not only be able to track but also block mobile that have been reported stolen or lost.

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Stolen mobile phones will soon be a thing of the past as the government is gearing up for the pan-India deployment of a cutting-edge tracking system that will not only be able to track but also block mobile that have been reported stolen or lost.

A PTI report quoting a senior official of Department of Telecommunications (DoT) on the condition of anonymity, said that the technology development body Centre for Department of Telematics (CDoT) has been running the pilot of the CEIR system in some telecom circles, including Delhi, Maharashtra, Karnataka, and the North East region, and the system is now ready for pan-India deployment.

The DoT official said that CIER system is scheduled for pan-India launch on May 17, however, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman Project Board at CDoT Rajkumar Upadhyay did not confirm the date but acknowledged that the tech is ready for a pan-India launch.

He said the technology will enable people to not only track but also block their stolen or lost mobile phones, adding that new features have been added to the system to check the use of cloned mobile phones across all telecom networks.

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Asked how the system will work, the official said that the CIER system will be able to access the unique digital identifier—IMEI number—of the device and the mobile number linked to it.

He said the system is already in use in some states where its being employed to track stolen and/or lost mobile phone.

The official said that common practice of miscreants changing the IMEI number of a stolen device which prevented tracking and blocking of such devices, will now become redundant as the CEIR will be able to identify, track and then block all cloned mobile phones on any network with the help of various databases.

Rajkumar Upadhyay said the widespread use of CEIR system will discourage the theft of mobile phones as it would be practically useless to try using a stolen device.

The Karnataka Police recently recovered over more than 2,500 lost mobile phones and handed them over to their owners using the CEIR system.

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