WeChat is Facebook, WhatsApp, and Google Pay all rolled into one WeChat (called Weixin in China) started out in 2011 as a messaging service, but it expanded to include payments, e-commerce, utility bills, and so much more. WeChat is often dubbed a super app just because of the sheer variety of services it offers. It has over 1 billion users in China — 83% of the entire population — and counts over 200 million users in other markets. … [Read more...] about What is WeChat and why is Trump banning it?
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The Blur member makes his first Alternative Airplay visit since 1997. Graham Coxon of the band Blur makes his first appearance on a Billboard airplay chart since 1997 via Bastille's "What You Gonna Do???," which debuts at No. 32 on the Alternative Airplay tally dated Aug. 8. … [Read more...] about Graham Coxon Returns to Billboard Airplay Charts on Bastille’s ‘What You Gonna Do???’
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Last week, a special CBI court convicted Jaya Jaitley, a former president of the erstwhile Samata Party (now the Janata Dal-United) and three others for corruption and sentenced them to four years of imprisonment for trying to influence a defence deal and accepting illegal gratification for the same. … [Read more...] about Why is the CBI still pursuing Advani and Joshi?
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In the short time, Ishani Vivek, in Class VIII at Kendriya Vidyalaya, Coimbatore, learnt to identify all six families of butterflies. Chasing them has turned her into a good photographer, she says, unable to hide her excitement about photographing the smallest butterfly found in India — the oriental grass jewel — besides the blue mormon, common grass yellow and the lime butterfly in the hotspot she has developed to welcome butterflies in her garden. … [Read more...] about Bring the butterflies home