Lakshmi Vilas Bank (LVB) on Friday registered a net profit of Rs 92.86 crore for March quarter 2019-20, after having posted losses in the past 10 quarters on rising bad loans. The bank had a net loss of Rs 264.43 crore in January-March 2018-19. For December quarter of the last financial year, it posted a net loss of Rs 334.48 crore, LVB said in a regulatory filing. … [Read more...] about Lakshmi Vilas Bank swings into black, posts Rs 93 crore profit in Q4FY20
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“I’ve seen what happened to Barrett Brown, a journalist sentenced to five years in prison for his connection in the hack of private intelligence firm Stratfor. I’ve seen what happened to Aaron Swartz, a programmer who committed suicide while under a federal investigation for data theft at MIT. I’ve seen what happened to Jeremy Hammond, an activist sentenced to 10 years in prison for hacking Stratfor–I know the way we prosecute cyber,” Winter says. “The duality of that is while we were able to finish the movie, it was a shockingly depressing end, so it was certainly bittersweet. I would have rather seen justice be meted out with a bit more efficacy.” … [Read more...] about How New Doc “Deep Web” Shines A Light On The Dark Net
Raw Emotion Knappenberger, who earlier made We Are Legion: The Story of the Hacktivists, began shooting footage shortly after Swartz’s death when he shared a panel at the Social Computing Symposium in New York with the hacker’s shattered ex-girlfriend Quinn Norton. “Everybody at this conference was very somber,” Knappenberger recalls. “They all seemed to know Aaron and have a story about him. Even from people who’d never met Aaron there was this incredible outpouring of frustration. I wanted to get a sense of why his story resonated so much. Since I carry a camera with me almost everywhere I go, I started filming right there.” … [Read more...] about A New Doc Explores The Bright Life And Sudden Death Of Aaron Swartz
"The moving story, and the three-part audio series for The Times’s podcast, The Daily, were the result of years of reporting and investigation across continents. Since its publication, The Times has been searching for the right partners to expand the story’s reach and we are thrilled to work with the incomparable Mira Nair, and to be producing ‘The Jungle Prince’ series with Amazon Studios alongside Krasnoff/Foster Entertainment, SISTER, and Fourth and Twenty Eight Films," Roper said. … [Read more...] about Mira Nair to adapt NYT reporter Ellen Barry’s ‘Jungle Prince of Delhi’ story for Amazon
That makes pay-per-view streaming a potentially vital stopgap for the Met as it plans for its post-pandemic future. The Met says the concerts will be accessible live and for 12 days after each event, and you can watch them on your computer, phone, or smart TV with Chromecast or AirPlay. … [Read more...] about Why watch UFC when you can pay-per-view the Met Opera?