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Donald Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin will “work together” for a peaceful global order : Dalai Lama

He was speaking at an event organized by the FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO) at the Federation House

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New Delhi, Jan 21, 2017: In the hope that the newly elected US President Donald Trump and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin will “work together” for a peaceful global order, Dalai Lama today said that   “Dialogue” should drive the 21st century.

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While observing that peace and non-violence was “growing” in the current era the Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leader made these remarks. He also lauded the role of multilateralism, especially the European Union (EU).

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“I am one of the admirers of EU and look forward to African Union, Latin American Union, Asian Union and one at the global level. Using force has become outdated. The 21st century should be the century of dialogue,” the Dalai Lama said, and exuded hope that Trump and Putin would work together, mentioned PTI.

He was speaking at an event organized by the FICCI Ladies Organisation (FLO) at the Federation House here.

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The 81-year-old spiritual leader batting for woman empowerment, said that women are more suited to be in leadership roles for they are inherently equipped with compassion and went on to suggest that a “female Dalai Lama” was very much a possibility. “I was asked this question in an interview many years ago (on female Dalai Lama). I had said why not? If circumstances suggest that a female Dalai Lama would be more effective. I would say the role can go to an outsider as well,” he said.

The Dalai Lama in a praising tone for India said that India’s tradition of respecting all religions as well as non-believers was “very relevant” in contemporary times while underlining the virtues of secularism and tolerance. He took shelter in India after fleeing Tibet in 1959.

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The government will also publish, per each device type, a list of Russian software that equipment vendors will need to include on devices sold in Russia

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The government will also publish, per each device type, a list of Russian software that equipment vendors will need to include on Devices sold in Russia. Pixabay

Aiming to protect Russian software firms from being “abused” by foreign technology companies, the Russian Parliament is now mulling to bring a bill that will force all Electronic Devices sold in the country, including smartphones, computers and smart TVs, to ship with apps from Russian tech firms pre installed in them.

If the bill is approved, the Russian government will publish a list of electronic devices that will need to comply with this new law. However, devices that don’t run a complex operating system OS or custom software will be exempted.

According to lawmakers, “the bill will protect the interests of Russian Internet companies and will reduce the abuse by large foreign companies, working in the field of information technology”, ZDNet reported recently.

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Aiming to protect Russian software firms from being “abused” by foreign technology companies, the Russian Parliament is now mulling to bring a bill that will force all Electronic Devices sold in the country, including Laptops, smartphones, computers and smart TVs, to ship with apps from Russian tech firms pre installed in them. Pixabay

The government will also publish, per each device type, a list of Russian software that equipment vendors will need to include on devices sold in Russia.

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The firms who fail to comply would be eligible for fines of up to 200,000 rubles or roughly $3,100, and an eventual ban, following repeated offences, the report added. (IANS)