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Police seized 250 Kg of fine-quality marijuana, 3 arrested
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Police seized 250 Kg of fine-quality marijuana, 3 arrested

An interstate gang from Odisha that was trafficking drugs in the Delhi-NCR region has been dismantled by the Delhi Police Crime Branch. Along with the consignment's receiver, Ishrafeel, also known as Ram Chandra, Palji Gautam, and Shabuddin, three others have been taken into custody. A truck's fuel tank's hidden hole contained at least 250 kilogrammes of high-quality marijuana (ganja) valued more than Rs 25 lakhs. ASI Sandeep learned about the supply of a sizable consignment of narcotics through technical analysis and field sources. The alleged phone number was consequently recorded after being intercepted. The mobile numbers of the driver and helper were extracted on July 24 following talks on intercepted phone numbers and CDRs of many numbers were analysed. A path from Odisha to ...
Bill Gates Donates $ 6 Billion, days after he spoke of dropping off world’s richest people list
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Bill Gates Donates $ 6 Billion, days after he spoke of dropping off world’s richest people list

Bill Gates Donates $ 6 Billion: Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft and the fifth richest man in the world, recently gave shares worth more than $6 billion to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The billionaire recently discussed exiting the list of the world's richest individuals, and now he gives back. Gates, who has a $112 billion fortune according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, is still ranked fifth on the list, behind Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Bernard Arnault, and India's Gautam Adani. His departure from the list doesn't appear to be imminent. According to a Businessinsider article, the co-founder of Microsoft gave his charity shares in Canadian National Railway Co. worth approximately $5.2 billion. The billionaire gave his nonprofit organisation shares valued at $995 millio...
Mumbai: A Man loses 4 Lakh in Bogus cryptocurrency trading platform Fraud
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Mumbai: A Man loses 4 Lakh in Bogus cryptocurrency trading platform Fraud

During a random internet search, a 21-year-old Kurla resident looking to invest in cryptocurrency to make quick money came across two phoney cryptocurrency trading platforms and lost a total of Rs 4 lakh to the con artists. A word of warning for everyone interested in investing in cryptocurrencies. The internet is full with false information, phoney websites, and apps. Cryptocurrency trading platform Fraud A 21-year-old Kurla resident thought he would invest in cryptocurrencies to make quick money. However, during one of his internet explorations, he came across two fraudulent cryptocurrency trading platforms and lost Rs 4 lakh. On July 19, the victim came across information concerning two bitcoin trading platforms, according to the Nehru Nagar police. He checked the ratings...
Burdened by Trauma, tech student ends life in Hyderabad
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Burdened by Trauma, tech student ends life in Hyderabad

On Thursday, a 22-year-old tech student from Saidabad fell to his death from a five-story apartment, purportedly in response to a decline in the number of people watching his YouTube channel Selflo. But the longest suicide note he posted on Twitter revealed a life ravaged by violence, a difficult transition to maturity that was not a positive one, and trauma that seems to have taken a toll on his mental health. Tech student ends life in Hyderabad Chandrashekaran Dheena wrote these words in his suicide note: "I've suffered all my life, beginning childhood till now. And it's time I part ways with the world, for I can no longer bear being stuck in this loop of depression, sadness and anger anymore. I can no longer be part of this 'experiment' from whoever designed the universe (sic...
Amazon Sues fake Facebook group admins over fake reviews
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Amazon Sues fake Facebook group admins over fake reviews

On Tuesday, Amazon announced that it has taken legal action against more than 10,000 Facebook group administrators. Who attempted to organise fraudulent reviews on the platform in exchange for cash or free goods. The e-commerce behemoth declared that it would use the evidence gathered during the legal case to track down criminal actors and erase any phoney reviews commissioned by these con artists that hadn't already been identified. These organisations post false reviews on the US, UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and Japan Amazon stores. "Our teams stop millions of suspicious reviews before they're ever seen by customers. This lawsuit goes a step further to uncover perpetrators operating on social media," Dharmesh Mehta, vice president of Selling Partner Services at Amazon, sta...