LUNAR ECLIPSE JUNE 5-6, 2020

Lunar Eclipse 2020: Chandra Grahan 2020, the second full moon and lunar eclipse of the year will be seen in many parts of the world between June 5 to June 6. The penumbral lunar eclipse, in which the moon drifts into the Earth’s outer shadow, can be a bit difficult to see as the shadowed part is a bit fainter than the rest of the Moon. So it is a subtle celestial event, but one will…

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Current eCommerce Trends Amid COVID -19

eCommerce It is proved that E-commerce is a lifeline that keeps many businesses afloat during the crisis. If we look at the numbers, ever since people had to self-isolate or self-quarantine, the overall Internet usage increased by as much as 50%. On the contrary, millions have already lost their jobs or had their hours cut back. Economists are predicting that the US economy will take a 2.7 trillion dollar hit, leading us into a global recession. Overall,…

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6 earthquakes in two months? what’s plaguing Delhi

Delhi has experienced six earthquakes in the last one month, increasing tension for the people who are already facing troubles due to coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. Social media have been flooded with memes related to earthquakes and though people are trying to show that they are not too worried by the minor tremors there is no denying the fact that many are concerned over the frequent earthquakes jolting the national capital. While speaking to Dr. Soumitra…

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55 players to resume training as ECB plans

players England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) revealed the list names of the men’s national players on Friday (May 29) who resumed training as a part of the back-to-training group. The cricketing body announced fifty-five players have been picked to return to training to prepare for behind-closed-doors cricket, subject to UK Government clearance. Related:- App Growth Awards 2018: List Of All The Finalists HERE ARE THE NAMES: Moeen Ali, James Anderson, Jofra Archer, Jonny Bairstow, Tom Banton,…

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COVID-19 crisis, China tightens grip on civil society

As China has slowly returned back to normalcy after coronavirus cases began to dip in early April, the nation’s government has used the pandemic as an excuse to tighten its grip on civil society. The Communist nation has released an app which monitors the health of citizens, posing serious questions about the privacy of each individual in the country. This mobile phone application, on the pretext of seeking information about COVID-19 infection, is collecting private…

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Retail trade suffered loss of 9 lakh crore in Lockdown

The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) stated in a press release on Sunday that the retail business suffered a loss of 9 lakh crore since the start of the coronavirus-necessitated lockdown on March 24. It stated that shops and commercial markets could register only about 5% of business and only 8% of the workforce could resume their duties in the shops. Even though about 80% of employees of these establishments returned to their native…

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Your Crash Course on Security in the Cloud

Crash Let’s take a look at the difference between the security of the cloud and security in it. Although they sound the same, there is a distinction. As Amazon Web Services (AWS) explains, security in the cloud is like security in your on-premise data center, but without the cost of maintaining facilities and hardware. It’s the applications and data an enterprise organization runs in a cloud. Its counterpart, security of the cloud, involves the safety…

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Telangana Ramps up the use of AI to trick COVID-19

Telangana, a southern state of India, is betting big on Artificial Intelligence to monitor COVID-19 cases in the state. To this effort, the state health ministry has joined hand with Vera healthcare, a Hyderabad-based startup, which will provide monitoring technology that is on the IoT, smart devices, GDP system, Geo-tagging, all through the use of a centralised application, the COVID-19 Monitoring System. The application has been built in record time to tackle the pandemic, enable live surveillance,…

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Maharashtra issues revised guidelines for Lockdown

Maharashtra government on Tuesday issued revised guidelines for Lockdown 4.0 to check the spread of coronavirus. This comes two days after the Centre extended the lockdown till May 31 as the number of coronavirus cases continues to see a spike. The number of cases in According to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the number of COVID-19 cases in India have risen to 1,01,139, while the death toll is at 3,163. Maharashtra is…

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The complete guide to getting paid

One of the paid hardest parts of running a client service business or freelancing is getting paid. Figuring out what to charge, how to accept payments, chasing late payments, and handling issues can be really challenging. These things take up your time and energy (and they’re not billable), and when things go wrong it can negatively affect your cash flow and the future of your business. This BravelyGo Guide is here to help you with every aspect…

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