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Karan Rajpal
Attended New Delhi Institute of Management
Lives in Gurgaon
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Karan Rajpal is out walking. So far he has tracked 2.01 km in 22m:08s.

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Here's what Google lost by not getting Google+ right. 
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Did he just say 'same here' when asked how was he?!?
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Q: Online articles recently referred to some privacy issues with the Redmi Note, claiming that photos and text messages are sent to China secretly. Are they true?

A: An article severely misinterpreted a discussion thread asking about the Redmi Note's communication with a server in China. The article also neglected to refer to a Chinese version of this Q&A already posted on the Xiaomi Hong Kong Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/Xiaomihongkong/posts/799059896795602). MIUI does not secretly upload photos and text messages.

MIUI requests public data from Xiaomi servers from time to time. These include data such as preset greeting messages (thousands of jokes, holiday greetings and poems) in the Messaging app and MIUI OTA update notifications, i.e. all non-personal data that does not infringe on user privacy.

Q: Does Xiaomi upload any personal data without my knowledge?

A: No. Xiaomi offers a service called Mi Cloud that enables users to back up and manage personal information in the cloud, as well as sync to other devices.  This includes contacts, notes, text messages and photos. Mi Cloud is turned off by default.  Users must log in with their Mi accounts and manually turn on Mi Cloud.  They also have the option to only turn on backup for certain types of data. The use and storage of data in Mi Cloud fully respects the local laws of each country and region.  Strict encryption algorithms are implemented to protect user privacy. 

Q: Can I turn Mi Cloud off?

A: Yes. Just go to Settings > Mi Cloud to turn it off. If you would like to use a cloud back up service from another provider, there are options from Google, Dropbox and many others.

Q: Why should I believe you?

A: Xiaomi is serious about user privacy and takes all possible steps to ensure our Internet services adhere to our privacy policy. We do not upload any personal information and data without the permission of users. In a globalized economy, Chinese manufacturers' handsets are selling well internationally, and many international brands are similarly successful in China – any unlawful activity would be greatly detrimental to a company's global expansion efforts.
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Five reasons Politicians fail at Social media
I wrote this post originally on LinkedIn .  I'm based in India, the battleground of one of the last few decades' most divisive national elections, and the first one where Social media is arguably playing a big part. Political parties have hired specialist a...
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Bhaagte bhaagte T-shirt se 42 number gayab kaise hua? That's the answer to the universe!
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Android One was still born at launch. Here's why.
How you do you reconcile this:The world's biggest online company launches a new wave of devices- devices which overcome buggy stick-on interfaces by partners such as Samsung, provide a great experience for first timers, and launch with big-bang promotions in one of the world's largest mobile markets, with some of the biggest local phone brands as partners And yet fails?Google's Android One project, launched in India over the past three months, ha...
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As nice as the video is, the only suspension of disbelief is at the moment where they're able to travel by train at such a short notice. The husband must be a Mountain Dew kinda guy. 
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Hey Ash. A couple of outdoor reviews once in a while would be great. 

That said, thank you for all your work so far. Your reviews are the neatest, with the best editing I've seen in the Indian tech scene. Great production values.
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Thanks Karan been meaning to... just am not finding the time... will do soon #IfItsMeantToBe...;) 
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Occupation
Global Digital Marketing at JLL
Skills
Digital Media Branding and Marketing, Social Media, Content curation and management
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Gurgaon
Previously
Pune - New Delhi
Story
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Passionate about Brands, Books, Films and Food.
Introduction
Inquisitive by nature.
Education
  • New Delhi Institute of Management
    Marketing, 2001 - 2004
  • Manav Bharti India International School
    1987 - 2001
  • Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication
    Communication Management, 2007 - 2009
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It's a hotel worth the modest price you pay for it. Rooms are smaller from conventional hotels but highly functional. Very comfortable beds, a quiet atmosphere ensures you can rest well tired from all the shopping. It's at the edge of central KL, so everything is a short metro ride away, which is connected to the hotel through a dedicated overbridge. Convenience stores are nearby, the only thing missing is a money exchange outlet. Breakfast is good, and included in the room price. Wifi, also included, is capable for chatting, and some browsing. Overall, great value for money and very comfortable if you don't mind the room size.
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Food: GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
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A great neighborhood Park. Good to exercise and rest in.
Public - 2 years ago
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One of the few international schools in East India.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago