London: India and Nigeria combined had 42 per cent of the 499,000 global under-five deaths due to diarrhoea in 2015.  With more than 100,000 under-five deaths due to diarrhoea in 2015, India continues to be a hotbed of diarrhoeal deaths in the world, suggests new research.

Reuters: The European Extremely Large Telescope construction began in Chile on Friday which will be the world's largest optical telescope when completed, some five times larger than the top observing instruments in use today.

Zen Mobile has launched the Admire Sense smartphone in India by Indian smartphone manufacturer. The big highlights of the smartphone are touted to be the fingerprint sensor, the 4G VoLTE support, digital assistant app, and its sleek design aesthetic. The Zen Admire Sense is priced at a budgeted Rs. 5,999 and will be available with partnered dealers across the country.

Another large-scale, stealthy cyberattack is underway on a scale that could dwarf last week's assault on computers worldwide, a global cybersecurity firm told AFP on Wednesday. The new attack targets the same vulnerabilities the WannaCry ransomware worm exploited but, rather than freeze files, uses the hundreds of thousands of computers believed to have been infected to mine virtual currency.

Following the detection of the WannaCry attack on Friday, "researchers at Proofpoint discovered a new attack linked to WannaCry called Adylkuzz," said Nicolas Godier, a researcher at the computer security firm. "It uses the hacking tools recently disclosed by the NSA and which have since been fixed by Microsoft in a more stealthy manner and for a different purpose," he said.

In this generation, the web technology or the website is becoming popular and taking important part in our day to day life. You may not be a blogger or a customer in any particular website or not use any social media/ social network application. It is good that we know the basic structure/ framing of internet things, network that brings all the information in our finger tips.

The believed that human heredity split from apes around seven million years ago in Central Africa, however the history might have been rewritten as scientists have discovered that Europe was the birthplace of mankind and not Africa.  The human heredity which believe part from chimps around seven million years prior in Focal Africa,

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