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U.S. Coronavirus Updates: NYC Open Schools, Disney To Lay off, Illinois Gov. Pritzker in Isolation

The U.S. coronavirus cases have crossed more than 7.1 million and have recorded 205,000 deaths, as on Tuesday by Johns Hopkins University data. Read more here!

Singapore: World’s First Country to Use Facial Verification in National ID

The southeast Asian country becomes the world's first to use facial recognition in their National ID card for verification. Singapore to make identity proof with the new technology to give easy access to government services to the citizens. Read updated news here!

NASA Mission To Moon By 2024: Cost $28 Billion

This week NASA announced its most advanced plan to return two astronauts, one of them is a woman to the Moon in 2024. More here!

US Charges Chinese & Malaysians Linked in Global Hacking Racket

On Wednesday, the US announced charges against 5 Chinese and 2 Malaysians nationals for the global hacking racket.

Signs of Life on Venus: Scientists Discovered

A curious question always arises in the minds that are we alone in this solar system, or is there any life existing elsewhere? Read full news here!

Technology At Its Best: It Beeps If Not Adhering Social Distancing

Now the new normal is not anymore about contact tracing, it is about living with Coronavirus. Read the full news here!

China’s optical remote-sensing satellite was a failure: could not reach the orbit

Mission Failed: This was the 4th failure for China in 2020. China's optical remote-sensing satellite Jilin-1 Gaofen 02C that failed to enter the pre-set orbit on 12th September 2020, as reported by Beijing's official media. Read full news here!

Telecom And IT Minister of India Accuses Employees of Facebook For “On Record Abusing”

In the middle of ranging conversations and heated debates over political bias and constant interference on a social media platform, Facebook, the Telecom and IT Minister of India, Ravi Shankar Prasad wrote an uncompromising letter to Facebook's giant, Mark Zuckerberg. Read further here!

The Fed To Use A Pandemic-Era Tool To Fight Back The Adversity Of Coronavirus

Even before the coronavirus pandemic affected the world, the Fed was concerned about the declining rate of inflation and the world economy. Read complete news here!

The US FDA Claims Plasma Therapy Helpful For Novel Coronavirus

On Sunday, the American authorities announced an emergency approval of blood plasma received from recovered COVID-19 patients as a reliable treatment to fight back this deadly virus. Here's more!

President Trump Signed An Executive Order on H-1B Visa Hiring

The H-1B visa is considered to be one of the most sought-after visa types for IT professionals that permits a non-immigrant to work in US companies as foreign workers. Read more here!

WHO Warns “No Silver Bullet at the Moment”

Recently, the head of the WHO (World Health Organization) said that where there is hope for coronavirus vaccine, one might never be able to find it. Read more here!
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Tesla Increases Its Global Reach By Using Its China Gigafactory

Elon Musk is quite popular for his Twitter batter and when he is not spending too much time on social media, he is seen making decisions that will profit his company at a global level. Read full news here!

Nag Anti-tank Completes Trials, Ready For Induction

DRDO has announced during the early hours of Oct 22nd, that the Nag Anti-tank Missile has completed its 10 trials successfully and is ready for induction now. Read full news here!

‘Worst Chris’ – Twitter Gangs Up Against Chris Pratt And His Mcu Co-stars Stand By Him.

Twitter users can be quite notorious when it comes to creating new tags and competitions on the platform. It has been a while since the ‘Best Chris’ tag has been circulating among Twitter enthusiasts. Read further here!

Yellow Is The Color Of The 6th Day Of Navratri

22nd October happens to be the 6th day of the 9-day festival that celebrates the strength of a feminine deity and her strong stance against injustice. Read more here!