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Astronomy, Elonmusk, Starlink, Mysteriouslights

Pathankot mystery sky lights were Elon Musk's Starlink satellite train. Astronomers are angry

The mystery behind the mysterious lights seen up in the skies of Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir has been solved. And no, we haven't found any aliens yet.

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Mathsproblem, Unsolvedproblem, Nikhilsrivastava, Kadisonsingerproblem

Indian math genius Nikhil Srivastava just solved a 62-year-old problem and won a top US prize

Indian math genius Nikhil Srivastava, along with two others, just solved a 62-year-old problem. They have won a top US prize for their work.

SCI-TECH

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Twitter, Meta, Facebook, Misinformationcampaign

China is waging a covert fake news war, and Facebook has turned saviour!

We must be living in a dystopian world. Because where else will you find China waging a covert world war with misinformation, and FACEBOOK playing the hero!

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Personalinformationpolicy, Personalmedia, Twitter, Twittersafetypolicy

We tried making sense of Twitter's confusing policy on posting personal media

Twitter rolled out a new much-needed safety policy. But many are questioning how it will be implemented.

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Twitter, Jackdorsey, Newtwitterceo, Paragagrawal

Who is Parag Agrawal? New Twitter CEO's journey from Mumbai to California, in 5 points

Twitter founder Jack Dorsey in a surprise announcement on November 29 said he was stepping down as the CEO and handing over the reins to Indian-American Parag Agrawal.

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Privacy, Pegasus, Nsogroup, Apple

Apple sues NSO group over Pegasus spyware: 5 privacy flaws they can fix first

Apple dragged Israeli firm NSO group to court for plugging the Pegasus spyware into their devices. Here are 5 other things Apple, the user privacy-upholder, can fix about their products.

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Space, Apocalypse, Asteroid, NASA

This man is worried about the NASA spacecraft crashing into an asteroid. He is not wrong, tbh

Why is a NASA spacecraft set to crash into an asteroid? And why does this man fear that NASA is poking the bear?

SCI-TECH

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Red moon, NASA, Lunareclipse

The last partial lunar eclipse of 2021 is tonight. Where can you see it from and 7 other questions, answered

The last lunar eclipse of 2021, which is actually an 'almost total' lunar eclipse, is tonight, November 19. We answer eight of the most-asked questions on this lunar eclipse.

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Korean cinema, K-movies, Space movies, Space sweepers

Daily Recco, July 15: Space Sweepers, the working-class for the space-bound

Armed with great humour, brilliant acting, highly charged action sequences and truckloads of splendid visuals to satiate the sci-fi buff in you, Space Sweepers is a great way to fantasise about life in the great beyond.

SCI-TECH

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Netflix series, Web series, Sci-Fi, Black Mirror

Daily Recco, June 10: Black Mirror, if you're up for the chills

Black Mirror on Netflix underlines the concept that technology itself is not harmful to humans, but everything depends on how humans choose to interact with it.