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    Harish Rao, the Minister of Finance and Civil Supplies for the Indian state of Telangana, has reported that there have been no leaks of any sensitive information following the arrest of a group of individuals accused of stealing data from government websites. The arrests were made by the Telangana Police Cyber Crime wing, and the culprits are believed to have been involved in a number of cyber crimes including phishing, hacking, and data theft.

    The arrests were made after a tip-off from a group of ethical hackers who had discovered that the culprits had gained access to sensitive information from government websites. The cyber crime wing acted quickly to apprehend the suspects, and Harish Rao has praised their efforts in preventing any damage to the state’s security. He has also urged citizens to be vigilant against cyber crime and to report any suspicious activity to the authorities.

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    The incident highlights the growing threat of cyber crime in India, and the need for greater awareness and protection against such attacks. The government has already taken steps to strengthen its cyber security measures, including the establishment of a National Cyber Security Policy and the implementation of a number of initiatives aimed at improving cyber safety for citizens. However, as this latest incident shows, there is still much work to be done to ensure that sensitive information remains secure and protected from cyber criminals.

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