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The key to securing online banking

The key to securing online banking Wiley: There was a time when there were long queues outside banks to pay utility bills, but now you can settle all your bank related tasks online in no time while sitting at home whenever you want. Online banking has made our lives easier as well as making the money in our bank accounts unsecured. If you are a little careless, hackers can lose a lot of money in a…
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Discovery of the world's oldest "regular" human grave

Discovery of the world’s oldest “regular” human grave The tomb was found at the entrance of a cave in Panja or Saeedi, a famous archeological site in Kenya. Radiocarbon historiography and other techniques have been used to estimate the age of the tomb and the age of the child, but the child’s bones have become so rotten that they do not know whether he was a boy or a girl.
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Play free games on PlayStation in May

Play free games on PlayStation in May The list of free Sony PlayStation games includes RackFest: DriveHard, DieLest, Battlefield 5 and StrandDep. RackFest: Drive Hard, DieLest is exclusively for S5 users. RackFest: Drive hard, die last RackFest: DriveHard is the deadliest car racing game, developed by the developer of the thrilling and action-packed car racing game Flatout. Like Flatout, the game…
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Bright, yellow, poisonous ... Discovery of a new type of frog

Bright, yellow, poisonous … Discovery of a new type of frog The newly discovered frog belongs to the genus Brachycephalic, which includes some other species of frogs. However, all of these species are found in the same forest of Sao Paulo in an area of ​​only 1700 square kilometers. The newly discovered species of frog, named “Brachycephalus rotenbergae”, is found in this…
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Liaquat Ali Khan: Why Pakistan's first Prime Minister's visit to Moscow did not become a reality?

Liaquat Ali Khan: Why Pakistan’s first Prime Minister’s visit to Moscow did not become a reality? He was probably standing at the corner of the street … ‘As simple and somewhat affectionate as this statement is, there are so many complexities and so many problems in its description. It must have been the weekend of June 1949 when a deputy courier knocked and entered Saad…
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Corona virus: Rise of fake doctors with code 19 victims in India

Corona virus: Rise of fake doctors with code 19 victims in India A person campaigning against vaccines in India has claimed that the strategy of medical science to prevent the global epidemic of corona is completely wrong. Adman and Reha Kansra report that Biswaroop Rai Chaudhry says he has endangered many lives with his false claims about Code 19. Biswaroop says that only diet can cure…
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Why Pakistan could not benefit from solar energy?

Why Pakistan could not benefit from solar energy? In addition to hot and cold seasons, the South Asian country of Pakistan has arid deserts, rainy monsoons and many small and large rivers. Sunlight is available in this country all year round. Even today, the policy of giving priority to the construction of large dams instead of small dams on rivers flowing in mountainous areas is still in use. The…
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Fact check: Why didn't millions of Americans take the second dose of the corona vaccine?

Fact check: Why didn’t millions of Americans take the second dose of the corona vaccine? According to the New York Times, the reason many people in the United States do not take a second dose is either due to fear of side effects or the misconception that a single dose of the vaccine is enough to protect against the corona virus. Some people had to cancel their appointments for another meal…
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The evolution of the printing press

The evolution of the printing press Printing, that is, making many copies of written material, was a very old dream of man. In China, around 1040, letters were made from clay using the ‘mobile type’ method, which was used to print words in the style of a seal. The idea was not popular in the Eastern world, but four centuries later, using the same idea, Johannes Gutenberg, a craftsman…
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Palestinian engineers are among the makers of the helicopter that flew over Mars

Palestinian engineers are among the makers of the helicopter that flew over Mars A Palestinian engineer was also part of the team that created and built the helicopter on Mars recently from the well-known US space agency NASA. According to a report by a foreign news agency, Louis El Bassioni was born in Gaza and now lives in the US state of California. Commenting on the successful mission, he said…
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