Amidst the lockdown for many playing video games increased as a way to cope with all the changes in the world due to the pandemic.
The gang would threaten victims and take their belongings including mobile phones and credit cards after they take pictures of the men in indecent positions and threaten to post their videos online and share it with the victims' contacts if they report the matter to the authorities.
COVID-19, with all its turbulences has ushered a digital era, in the lives of most urbanites. Companies are operating with minimal manpower in the offices and the majority of the employees work from home with computers.
Sepahijala district police chief Krishnendu Chakraborty said that 45-year Sukumar Bhowmik after being pressured by his 15-year-old eldest daughter for an Android smartphone, bought an ordinary mobile phone.
The move means the more than 80 Microsoft stores closed due to the coronavirus pandemic will not reopen as the tech giant enters "a new approach to retail," according to a statement. "Microsoft will continue to invest in its digital storefronts on Microsoft.com, and stores in Xbox and Windows," the statement said.
The Ajman Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) organised a virtual workshop entitled “Promote on Amazon” in cooperation with Amazon-UAE.
Official records indicate that the defendant was insulting and blackmailing the victim, besides threatening to post her private pictures if she did not do what he asks of her.
In a bid to provide comprehensive support for grades 9-12 students in Abu Dhabi developing their post-secondary goals and aspirations, the Abu Dhabi Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK) has introduced the Rize University Preparation and Career Guidance Programme.
As students are getting anxious about the transition to undergraduate study during these unprecedented times, a Dubai-based university has developed a new way to support students, particularly those individuals who are keen to go to university in September, as well as their teachers and families.
Sometimes, Jorge Manolo Villarroel is Spiderman. Sometimes, he’s the Flash, or the Green Lantern. But he’s always a teacher − one who lives out his childhood dreams by dressing up as superheroes for the locked-down students who attend his virtual classes.