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Today News GK Articles, Today Current Affairs, Techinical news A United Launch Alliance Atlas 5 rocket lifted off carrying a $1.4 billion Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF-6) communications satellite for the U.S. Space Force. This was the sixth and final satellite of the AEHF constellation that provides secure, jam-proof voice and data communications for U.S.

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CoinDCX, a cryptocurrency trading platform has launched its crypto-referral initiative in India. A crypto currency is different from that which is a digital currency. You can neither see it nor touch it, because crypto currency is not printed in physical form. Hence it is called virtual currency. In the last few years, such currency has become

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International Human Rights Day is observed every year on 10 December worldwide. On 10 December 1948, the United Nations General Assembly announced the adoption of human rights, but it was officially announced in 1950. Human Rights Day is celebrated every year on different themes. The theme of the year 2019 is ‘youth standing up for

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Providence, a US-based healthcare system provider, inaugurated its global innovation center in India with plans to invest up to $ 100 million and engage more than 2,000 technologists. It is the first $ 26 billion-company development center outside the US. It plans to start with 350 technologies within a year and gradually expand it to

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On 21 February, International Mother Language Day will be celebrated as UNESCO’s worldwide annual observance. MHRD will also celebrate Mother Language Day on 21 February to highlight the linguistic diversity of our country. The central theme for International Mother Language Day 2020 is ‘Languages ​​without borders’. According to UNESCO, ‘local, cross-border languages ​​can promote peaceful

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