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Instagram brings good news to users

Instagram brings good news to users The photo and video sharing application Instagram has brought good news to its users. According to the details, the social networking site Instagram is working to improve the video sector and many changes are announced from time to time in this regard. Instagram management has announced that the company will offer live streaming between more than four people on…
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17,000 earthquakes a week in Iceland

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The movie concept became a reality, now the car will run on its legs like human beings

The movie concept became a reality, now the car will run on its legs like human beings By now you may have seen a car running on wheels and flying, but you may have seen a car running on legs only in cartoons or movies. Scientists have now proved this to be true because they have invented a machine that will enable a car to run on four wheels as well as to run on its legs. According to…
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Facebook deprives users of important benefits

Facebook deprives users of important benefits SAN FRANCISCO / SYDNEY: Facebook, the world’s largest messaging website, has cut off key services to Australian users. According to international media reports, users from Australia complained on Thursday morning that they could not share the link of any news or article on their platform. Australian users have also complained that they are not…
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The fish got stuck in the hunter's throat

The fish got stuck in the hunter’s throat A 24-year-old man died after a 7-inch-long live fish got stuck in his throat in the town of PVJ, Colombia. According to media reports, the 24-year-old fisherman was given medical treatment immediately after the incident, which saved his life. According to media reports, the fisherman went fishing on January 23 and when he managed to catch the fish…
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Mobile office facility for employees working online

Mobile office facility for employees working online To prevent the spread of the global pandemic corona virus around the world, many offices have provided employees with the facility to work from home. Prior to the epidemic, in 2019, Japan had the facility of ‘telecubes’ which were installed in public places across the country so that the employees working online from home could sit…
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Pictures of water fairies off the coast of Indonesia go viral

Pictures of water fairies off the coast of Indonesia go viral A water fairy has been spotted off the coast of the popular Indonesian tourist island of Bali, and images of her have gone viral. Volunteers were clearing rubbish off the famous beach in Bali when a blue-clad water fairy was spotted between plastic bottles and bags. Viral photos on social media show the ‘water fairy with the lower…
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A female artist who creates amazing works of art through a pet dog

A female artist who creates amazing works of art through a pet dog There is no shortage of art in the world, but let’s talk about Van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night’ painting, the first word that comes to mind is a wonderful or charming masterpiece. But can you ever imagine what it would look like if a real pet dog were included in these famous paintings? If you can’t imagine…
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Why were hundreds of birds found dead on the streets of Rome?

Why were hundreds of birds found dead on the streets of Rome? Hundreds of birds were found dead on the streets of the Italian capital, Rome, causing great concern to passersby. Hundreds of birds were found dead on the road after a New Year’s Eve celebration at Rome’s Termini train station, according to a foreign news agency. The cause of the bird’s mysterious death has not yet…
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Citizen named the world's worst driver for failing a test more than 150 times

Citizen named the world’s worst driver for failing a test more than 150 times People who want to drive first have to pass a driving knowledge test after which they are allowed to drive. The man who wanted to drive in the UK had to work hard to fulfill this hobby and finally passed the test after failing 157 times. According to the British Driving and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA), a…
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The linseed oiled smartphone screen ... will break and reconnect

The linseed oiled smartphone screen … will break and reconnect Seoul: Korean scientists have developed a smartphone screen using linseed oil that is capable of reconnecting automatically after a breakdown. It should be noted that the use of a special type of transparent and flexible plastic called “colorless polyamide” (CPI) instead of glass is increasing in making smartphone…
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17,000 earthquakes a week in Iceland

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