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According to the latest figures, Freddie Figers' company is now worth کروڑ 62 million and the market is known for its success due to its ability and good manners.

Freddie Figures: An orphaned child left near a trash can who became a millionaire in the world of technology According to the latest figures, Freddie Figers’ company is now worth کروڑ 62 million and the market is known for its success due to its ability and good manners. Freddie’s childhood was not like normal children. When he was born, he was left to die alone in a dumpster in…
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Mukli Cemetery: Jam Nizam's 'breathing' mausoleum, 'mountain breaking tool used where nailing is prohibited'

Mukli Cemetery: Jam Nizam’s ‘breathing’ mausoleum, ‘mountain breaking tool used where nailing is prohibited’ Mukli Cemetery, near Thatta city, 100 km from Karachi, is spread over an area of ​​10 km. The number of small and large graves in this cemetery is said to be around one million while there are about 20 large tombs here. According to tradition, this cemetery…
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The oldest DNA in history was read from a million-year-old mammoth

The oldest DNA in history was read from a million-year-old mammoth Sweden: A team of international geneticists has worked hard for many years to extract the DNA of the world’s oldest mammoth and combine several pieces of DNA to create a complete genetic sequence. This DNA was extracted from the teeth of three ancient hairy elephants, mammoths, that roamed the Siberian region between seven…
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Human intervention reduces the number of fish species in half of the world's rivers

Human intervention reduces the number of fish species in half of the world’s rivers France: Although the species of freshwater fish in rivers and lakes has been declining rapidly since the Industrial Revolution on Earth, a great deal of research has been done in this regard. A survey has revealed that the biodiversity of fish in half of the world’s rivers is under serious threat.
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Consumers beware! WhatsApp's "Policy Statement" on Privacy Policy

Consumers beware! WhatsApp’s “Policy Statement” on Privacy Policy WhatsApp has given the opportunity to review the new privacy policy, saying that it will allow users to review the policy at their own will and within their own time frame, and a banner will also appear on the app as a reminder. A blog on the social networking site revealed that WhatsApp is going to allow users to…
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Useers using Google Chromeful feature for us

Useers using Google Chromeful feature for us Google Web Browser Tab management in Google Chrome is often heavy for devices, the more tabs open in Chrome, the more the browser will use the device’s memory. Now with this problem in mind, Google has added some new features to overcome the tab management problem of Chrome. One of them is Chrome’s group tabs feature, for which at…
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Do you want to travel to space? Best offer

Do you want to travel to space? Best offer Madrid: A Spanish company has offered to take tourists on a space tour at a lower fare. According to a report by a foreign news agency, the Spanish company ‘Zero 2 Infinity’ will take people into space on cheap fares, tourists can benefit from this excellent facility. The company has allocated only Rs 29.3 million for space travel. SpaceX and…
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Disinfectant cloth made from hemp, in future citizens will be able to wear hemp cloth

Disinfectant cloth made from hemp, in future citizens will be able to wear hemp cloth Faisalabad: Agricultural University Faisalabad has developed a disinfectant cloth made from hemp. The cloth made from hemp will be helpful in overcoming the shortage of cotton in the country. A report on cannabis fabrics was aired on ARY News program Bakhbar Sawira, stating that while cannabis use is banned in…
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Ignoring public criticism, WhatsApp's big decision

Ignoring public criticism, WhatsApp’s big decision WhatsApp, the world’s most popular messaging application, has once again come under fire for its continued privacy policy. According to a foreign news agency, WhatsApp had postponed the new privacy policy last month after severe criticism from users, but now WhatsApp has said that it will continue the same policy. The popular messaging…
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The mysterious light in the sky overwhelmed the citizens

The mysterious light in the sky overwhelmed the citizens WASHINGTON: A mysterious light shining in the sky in the US state of California has caused great fear among the citizens. According to a report by a foreign news agency, this mysterious light was seen in the Bay Area of ​​the US state of California which was actually the result of the launch of SpaceX. Twitter users shared photos of a…
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