Tuesday, 21 August 2018

Websites to learn coding

   
1. CodeAcademy
One of the most popular free places to learn coding is CodeAcademy. In fact, more than 24 million people have already learned how to code through this educational company’s engaging experience. At CodeAcademy, you can dive right in and take courses that teach you everything from HTML & CSS, JavaScript, jQuery, PHP, Python and Ruby.


Click on the below site:
 http://www.codecademy.com/

2. Coursera
Founded in 2012, Coursera has grown into a major for-profit educational-technology company that has offered more than 1,000 courses from 119 institutions. While you can pay for certain programs to receive a certificate, there are a number of free introductory programming courses in various specializations from universities such as the University of Washington, Stanford, the University of Toronto and Vanderbilt.

Click on the below site:
https://www.coursera.org/courses?query=programming

3. edX
EdX is another leading online-learning platform that is open source instead of for-profit. It was founded by Harvard University and MIT in 2012, so you know that you’ll learn about cutting-edge technologies and theories. Today, edX includes 60 schools. You probably can’t go wrong with the free Introduction to Computer Science from Harvard University.

Click on the below site:
https://www.edx.org/


4. Udemy
Founded in 2010, Udemy is an online learning platform that can be used as a way to improve or learn job skills. While there are courses you have to pay for, there are plenty of free programming courses, which are taught via video lessons, such as Programming for Entrepreneurs - HTML & CSS or Introduction to Python Programming.

Click on the below site:
https://www.udemy.com/

5. aGupieWare
AGupieWare is an independent app developer that surveyed computer-science programs from some of the leading institutions in the U.S. It then created a similar curriculum based on the free courses offered by Stanford, MIT, Carnegie Mellon, Berkeley and Columbia. The program was then broken into 15 courses: three introductory classes, seven core classes and five electives.

While you won’t actually receive credit, it’s a perfect introductory program for prospective computer programmers.

Click on the below site:
http://blog.agupieware.com/2014/05/online-learning-bachelors-level.html


Caller ID Spoofing



Caller ID Spoofing – What It Is and What to Do About It


What is Caller ID?
Caller identification (Caller ID) is a service that allows the receiver of a phone call to determine the identity of the caller. Caller ID is initially sent over at the start of the phone call and identifies the incoming caller before the receiver answers the phone.

Caller ID is not associated with the actual phone number but is part of the initial call setup, which allows the caller to manipulate the Caller ID to display a different number from the number that is calling.

What is Caller ID Spoofing?
If you have ever received a call where the caller said that you called them when you have not, then your number was most likely spoofed by another person. There are many phone scams that use Caller ID spoofing to hide their identity because Caller ID spoofing makes it impossible to block the number.

Anyone can spoof their outbound Caller ID by using an online service like Spooftel and SpoofCard, which allow anyone willing to pay to spoof numbers. These services are meant to protect the caller’s number from being displayed and claim they aren’t intended for malicious purposes, but they have limited control over who uses the service.

Companies can also control their Caller ID if they have their PRI or SIP connection, the technical names for multi-line enterprise telephony setups.



Are there multiple victims with Caller ID Spoofing?
There are always multiple victims when a scammer uses Caller ID spoofing. The main victim is the receiver that answers the telephone call with a number being spoofed, aka the target of the scam.

The secondary victim is the owner of the number; their number is being used without permission. The secondary victim does not even know that their number is being used, and this could have an adverse effect on their business.

There are applications and telephone companies that block the secondary victim’s number from making legitimate calls. This could harm law abiding businesses or customers whose numbers have been faked by scammers.

Caller ID interfering with a business
A business in West Springfield on June 22, 2018, received about 300 calls in one hour. Due to the high volume of calls, the business did not have enough resources to answer all of the calls. It quickly became apparent that the businesses number had been used in a series of spoofed calls and the calls were not from customers but from the recipients of the spoofed calls.

This hurt the business, as they were busy answering calls from people who were not customers. Not only does this cause a monetary loss, but the business’ reputation could have also been impacted as individuals assumed they were using auto-dialers to call people in the area.

Is there a way to report Caller ID Spoofing?
Many countries do have ways to report Caller ID spoofing. If you live in Canada, you can report the calls to the CRTC and the perpetrator can be fined up to $15,000 per violation. If you would like to report calls to the CRTC, you can navigate to their website and follow the instructions on how to report the call.

In the United States, you can report fraudulent calls to the FCC. The FCC will impose a fine anyone that is illegally spoofing a number up to $10,000 per violation. If you suspect that someone is spoofing a number illegally, report it to the FCC.

If you do not live in either of these countries and you would like to report Caller ID spoofing, a quick Google search should reveal which organization is responsible for investigating into these types of calls. You can then file a report with them.



Sunday, 19 August 2018

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Kerala floods : no red alert issued but heavy rainfall predicted



The conditionOver 324 dead, 36 missing, since rains swept Kerala

The state is hit by its worst flood in nearly 80 years. From August 1 to August 17, Kerala received 170% more rain than normal.
Subsequent landslides and overflowing rivers brought the state to a standstill.
More than 324 people have lost their lives, 36 are missing and around 6.61 lakh have been living in 3,466 relief camps across the state.

RescueThousands rescued by NDRF teams in their biggest rescue-operation ever

NDRF teams along with Army, Navy and coast guards, are involved in massive rescue operations.
Thousands were rescued from remote areas of Changannur and Kuttanad, which were hit after Vembanadu Lake and Pampa river overflowed. But there are still many more who remained marooned without food, water and medicines.
NDRF has deployed 58 teams (55 are working on ground) for its biggest-ever rescue operation.

AidPM Modi announces Rs. 500 crore for relief fund

Meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the state on Saturday and took an aerial survey of affected areas.
He announced Rs. 500 crore for relief aid. Earlier, Union Minister Rajnath Singh had announced Rs. 100 crore for the state.
The PM also said Rs. 2 lakh will be given to kin of deceased, and Rs. 50,000 to severely injured from Prime Minister's National Relief Fund (PMNRF).

SupportStates help Kerala in hour of need

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal announced that he will give Rs. 10 crore, and the ministers of the AAP will donate their one month salary for the state.
Capt. Amarinder Singh, Manohar Lal Khattar, and Vasundhra Raje gave Rs. 10 crore each for aid. Telangana CM KCR announced Rs. 25 crore.
All elected representatives of the Congress will give their one-month salary towards relief efforts.

CM relief fundHere's how you can stand with Kerala now

You can make online donations on www.donation.cmdrf.kerala.gov.in, by simply following the instructions on the dedicated website.
You can also transfer money in banks to the Chief Minister's Distress Relief Funds. The SBI account number is 67319948232 and IFSC Code is SBIN0070028. The branch is City Branch, Thiruvananthapuram and PAN number is AAAGD0584M.
There are other ways to donate too. Do your bit!


Top 5 video games to learn coding

Coding is opening up a different world to human society.
Despite the various uses of coding, it appears tough and foreign to most people.
There aren't many good books on coding which a layman can understand.
However, with kids showing interest from early ages, games have come up as a fun way to learn to code.
Here are the top games which teach coding.

CodinGame

In game puzzles and fun themes
CodinGame runs on a browser application. It is mostly targeted to intermediary and advanced coders.
The game provides puzzles and challenges that have to be solved by writing code. As the levels progress, the challenges increase in difficulty.
It supports over 25 coding languages including PHP and Python.
The challenges, like programming turrets to shoot airships, make it a fun experience.


Code HuntStep by step learning of your favorite language

Code Hunt is one of the best games for people setting out to learn their preferred coding language.
The game can help you learn Java or C#.
Players pick a language and the game guides them through loops and strings, before moving onto tougher things like puzzles and ciphers.
The easiest way to learn the basics of a language is through this game!

CodeCombatImprove coding and land a job through this game

CodeCombat currently has courses in JavaScript and Python.
Players progress through different levels and a fantasy-theme has been added for enjoyment.
However, the coders will experience real joy by unleashing their code on opponents.
The developers encourage challenges and had a tournament called 'Greed' where the cash-prize was $40,000.
They also help companies recruit high-level coders, so playing this can actually get you hired!

SpaceChemA unique blend of chemistry and coding

Upon release, SpaceChem was hailed as one of the best indie games of the year.
The game is simple, players have to construct molecules out of atoms and information-blurbs on those molecules appear.
The combination requires programming and players have to use techniques like in-order execution, loops, branching, subroutines, and synchronization primitives.
A great game for beginner and intermediary coders in a comprehensible environment.

RoboZZleKids and adults can learn from this game alike

RoboZZle is an excellent game for adults and children.
It is a puzzle and players have to direct their robot through a maze using limited commands.
It sounds like an easy job at the beginning. This part of the game is targeted at the kids.
However, as the game progresses, the levels become difficult and leaves seasoned programmers confused.
Try to beat this!

Saturday, 18 August 2018

Changes in ITR (Income Tax Returns) filing rules

The due date for filing ITRs for this year has been extended by a month, from the earlier deadline of July 31 to August 31.
Additionally, a number of changes have also been made with regard to ITR forms and other rules.
So, do keep track of the new deadline and these rules before filing your ITR.

ValidationInvalidation of previous offline forms, saved online drafts

A number of changes have been introduced in ITR forms, such as in Sections 234F and 234A. To begin with, previously saved but un-filed offline excel/java utility forms will be now be considered invalid.
Similarly, in case of online ITR-1, previously saved drafts that weren't filed before July 31 will no longer be available, and a new form will have to be filled from scratch.

VerificationChanges made in verification section of ITR form

A verification is required to be done by the applicant while filing ITRs in online and offline modes, under the section 'Taxes Paid & Verification'.
Notably, after the due date extension, a new option has been introduced under which one can file ITR either as 'Self' or as a 'Representative'.
Furthermore, in case of ITR-4, four options are given - Self, Representative, Karta, Partner.

Late feeThe late fee deadline has been pushed back too

Earlier, rules stated that if a taxpayer failed to file their ITR before July 31, a late fee of Rs. 5,000 (extendable upto Rs. 10,000) was to be levied.
However, now, since the ITR filing date has been extended to August 31, this late fee will be applicable in case a person doesn't file their return before the new due date i.e. August 31.

Interest computationInterest on tax liability will be charged beginning August 31

In case a taxpayer fails to file their ITR before the stipulated deadline, a monthly interest of 1% will be levied on tax liability, if any, starting from the due date to the actual date of filing.
Therefore, since the deadline has been pushed back by a month, interest will be chargeable beginning August 31.

Tuesday, 10 July 2018

Tenth person rescued from Thai cave on third day of operation

CHIANG RAI, Thailand (Reuters) - A tenth person was rescued on Tuesday from a flooded Thai cave complex where 12 boys and their soccer coach were trapped for more than two weeks, raising hopes all 13 would be out by the end of the day.





A Reuters witness saw two people being carried out of the Tham Luang cave on stretchers. They were the first two to be taken out on Tuesday, the third day of the rescue operation.

Eight of the boys were brought out on stretchers over the first two days - four on Sunday and four on Monday.
Officials were not immediately available to comment on who had been brought out.
The head of the operation, Narongsak Osottanakorn, said earlier the final operation would be “more challenging” because one more survivor would be brought out, along with three Navy SEALs who have been accompanying them.
The rescuers have been learning from experience and were two hours faster in bringing the second batch of survivors out on Monday.
However, scattered monsoon rains continued to risk percolating through the limestone cave walls to flood the tunnels with fast-flowing water.
“I hope today we will be faster or the same speed as yesterday,” Narongsak said.
A crack team of foreign divers and Thai Navy SEALS has been guiding the boys out through nearly 4 km (2.5 miles) of sometimes submerged, pitch-dark channels.
The “Wild Boars” soccer team and their coach got trapped on June 23 when they set out to explore the vast cave complex after soccer practice, when a rainy season downpour flooded the tunnels.
British divers found the 13, huddled on a muddy bank in a partly flooded chamber several kilometers inside the complex, on Monday last week.
The eight boys brought out on Sunday and Monday were in good health overall and some asked for chocolate bread for breakfast, officials said.
Two of the boys had suspected lung infections but the four boys from the first group rescued were all walking around their hospital beds.
They are still being quarantined from their parents because of the risk of infection and would likely be kept in hospital for a week to undergo tests, officials said.
People across Thailand, and the world, have cheered the rescue operation, including at the Mae Sai Prasitsart school where six of the trapped boys are students.Four more of the boys were carried on stretchers out of the labyrinthine Tham Luang cave on the Myanmar border at dusk on Monday, bringing to eight the number brought out after two rescue pushes on successive days.
Technology billionaire Elon Musk went into the cave on Monday and left the rescue team with a “kid-sized” submarine his company SpaceX had built, Thailand’s interior Minister Anupong Paochinda said.

Musk said on Twitter: “Just returned from Cave 3. Mini-sub is ready if needed. It is made of rocket parts & named Wild Boar after kids’ soccer team. Leaving here in case it may be useful in the future.”

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Thai cave rescue: How the cave nightmare began

Ekapol Chanthawong with students at Mae Sai Prasitsart school by the mountain range housing the cave where they are now trapped. Source: Facebook

IT was a birthday celebration after Saturday morning football practice. The 12 boys — members of Moo Pa, the Wild Boars football team — were drawn to a vast and seemingly magical cave, Tham Luang.
It’s two weeks ago now since it all began. The boys, aged 11 to 16, rode their bikes down to the cave and spent 700 baht ($28) at the local shop, buying food, soft drink and sweets.
They left their bikes at the entrance and descended deep into the cave. The sign nearby warning that venturing inside during the wet season was dangerous because of the risk of sudden flooding meant little — this was a place they knew and loved.
  • Rescue on for trapped Thai cave boys
They were a motley mob — hill tribe lads, Shan, Lahu and Lua, plus a couple of Lanna Thai (boys from the north) — on a boys’ own adventure. But their little journey of exploration was badly timed. A torrential downpour, hardly surprising at this time of year — rudu fon (rainy season) — has left them in a dire predicament.
Family members raised the alarm later that day. Where were they?
Their parents’ concern drove their coach 25-year-old Ekapol Jantawong, a stateless orphan who shared their love of football, to the cave. Near the entrance, he found their bikes, a discovery that meant he had to go deep inside to try to locate them and bring them back.
Ekapol’s role in this gripping tale of misadventure has been subject to intense scrutiny in the Thai press (and criticism on social media), but there seems little doubt he has played a substantial role in helping the boys to survive.
“When he was a boy he became a monk and studied while he lived in the temple (in Lamphun, several hours south); his parents were Burmese but had died, so he is a stateless person. He liked to do meditation and pray,” Am Sandford, a fixer for news teams at the scene said on Friday.
“He moved to Mae Sai (in Chiang Rai, near the cave) to stay with his grandmother. He loved to play football when he was a little boy. And he met many hill tribe kids on the Thai-Myanmar border. He felt they are like him — poor and with no opportunity to play football.
“He formed the football team with the main coach three years ago. The kids that joined the Moo Pa (literally “forest pigs”) team are mostly hill tribe. He loved all the 12 kids in the team as though they were his own sons. On Facebook or social media, he always posted stuff about the activities he did with the boys.”


Team work: Thai rescue teams use headlamps in one of their missions into the caves to make contact with the lost boys and their coach from the stranded soccer team. Above: Coach Ekapol Jantawongto with his boys in happier times. Below: The boys when they were found.Team work: Thai rescue teams use headlamps in one of their missions into the caves to make contact with the lost boys and their coach from the stranded soccer team. Above: Coach Ekapol Jantawongto with his boys in happier times. Below: The boys when they were found.Picture: AP

A huge rescue operation was set up to try to find the boys. But it took nine days before their families and the rest of the country even knew they were alive.
Hundreds of volunteers and officials had set up camp outside the cave but one of the most useful offers of help came from a small team of British cave divers.
At 9.40pm on Monday, July 2, two Britons with years of cave-diving experience emerged out of the darkness and shone a light on Ekapol and the boys, all thin but calm and intact — partly, people said, because Ekapol had taught them all how to meditate.


Richard Stanton, left, and John Volanthen arrive in Mae Sai.Richard Stanton, left, and John Volanthen arrive in Mae Sai.Picture: AP

John Volanthen, 47, and Rick Stanton, 56, had a short and touching conversation that was recorded on video and has now been seen by millions around the world.
“How many of you?”

“Thirteen,” Adul Samon, 14, one of the boys said.
“Brilliant.”
“What day is it?” Adul shouted back, before telling the divers they were hungry.


British cave-diver John Volanthen walks out from Tham Luang Nang Non cave in full kit.British cave-diver John Volanthen walks out from Tham Luang Nang Non cave in full kit.Picture: Getty Images

Later, more details emerged about Adul, who won praise for his ability to speak four languages — Thai, English, Burmese and Chinese — and being polite.


“The first thing that comes to mind when I talk about him is his nice manner. He gives a ‘wai’ (traditional hand gesture) to every teacher he walks past, every time,” his instructor Phannee Tiyaprom at Ban Pa Moead School told AFP.
Adul is from Wa state, an autonomous area in north-eastern Myanmar notorious for its drug trade. Like many children in the north, his parents, who are Christians, sent him, at a young age, to get a better education in northern Thailand.


The boys smile as Thai Navy SEAL medic help injured children inside the cave.The boys smile as Thai Navy SEAL medic help injured children inside the cave.Picture: AP

He is one of more than 400,000 people who are registered as stateless in Thailand and stuck in a legal limbo that groups such as the UN High Commissioner for Refugees are trying to fix. With no birth certificate, ID card or passport, Adul cannot legally marry, get a job or bank account, travel outside the province, own property or vote.
But he loves football — like most of the boys, who have been asking about the results from the World Cup — plus singing and playing the guitar. His school director has praised his efforts at both studying and sport.

The desperation of poor parents to get their children a decent education in these parts is sometimes quite remarkable. I visited a centre for hill-tribe kids about an hour south of the Tham Luang cave nine years ago run by a former architect from the Gold Coast. David Stevenson said carloads of children were sometimes “dumped” at his centre in Mae Suay, Children of the Golden Triangle, even if he said they had no room. He had close to 300 Akha and other hill tribe kids at that time, with the older kids often cooking and caring for the younger ones.


Thai military bring water pumps to the cave.Thai military bring water pumps to the cave.Picture: Getty Images

The cave drama has put a spotlight on the plight of these needy highland kids. The Thai government has been educating tens of thousands of migrant children but the process for giving citizenship and legal status for hill-tribe groups is appallingly complex and slow.
Some of the poorest areas in Thailand are in the far north and that stems partly from the 70-year-old civil war in Myanmar and the Burmese military’s seemingly endless bid to slowly strangle the country’s outlying ethnic groups.
Yet in Chiang Rai and elsewhere around the country, what Thais really want now is to just get these kids out alive. And if they can do it quickly, maybe they could also take up FIFA’s offer of a trip to the World Cup final. But that would require passports and other formal ID: maybe only a few could go.

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Wednesday, 4 July 2018

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