Sextortion
The number of people reporting webcam blackmails has more than doubled from 385 in 2015 to 864 up to November 2016

Here are some of the top stories from International Business Times, India, that have broken through the day so far:

1. Demonetisation: Advance salary, prepaid cards by employers to beat cash crunch blues

As the country struggles to come to terms with prevailing cash crunch in the financial system post demonetisation, companies are following innovative ways to ease availability of currencies for their employees. Read more...

2. Bengal: 3 Army officers killed in Cheetah chopper crash in Sukna

At least three officers of the Indian Army lost their lives while one was critically injured when a Cheetah helicopter crashed around 10:30 am in Sukna in Bengal on Wednesday. Read more...

3. Cyclone Nada in Tamil Nadu: List of helpline numbers and advisories

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast that a cyclone will hit Tamil Nadu on December 2 and that the state and its surrounding areas will receive heavy rainfall. The Met department has also issued advisories for fishermen living along the state's coastline against this cyclone, which has been christened Nada. Here is a list of emergency numbers in case they are needed. Read more...

4. Sextortion is now a real thing and you'd better be a careful young man!

The suicides of four British men in the last year have been linked to so-called "sextortion", police say. The number of people reporting webcam blackmails has more than doubled from 385 in 2015 to 864 up to November 2016, according to the BBC. Read more...

5. Bigg Boss 10: Wild card contestant Jason Shah's sexist comments about Mona Lisa

Even today, if a woman is found to be too friendly with men, she is labelled as someone with a questionable character. In Bigg Boss 10, Mona Lisa has been targeted for being close to fellow inmate Manu Punjabi. Read more...

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