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Major Facebook Messenger loophole allowed children to chat with strangers

The famous social media website Facebook has been exposed to its major loophole. FB's Messenger Kids app was found out to allow children to interact with strangers. After finding out this 'technical error', FB is quietly curbing the situation by alerting users and shutting down such group chats. As per the information, the bug is due to the way the permissions are applied to a group chat. Src: https://bit.ly/2LGj86u

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RBI names Kanungo to run monetary policy after Viral Acharya quits

After the RBI's deputy governor Viral Acharya has quit the central bank, RBI has assigned the task to run their bi-monthly Monetary Policy to fellow Deputy Governor BP Kanungo. The 6 member-run, Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) will now include Kanungo, who will retain his currency management portfolio. Viral Acharya has left the RBI on Tuesday. Do you support this decision of RBI? Let us know in the comments. Src: https://reut.rs/2Ya1z0x

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Uttar Pradesh: a woman throws 3-month-old ill baby from 4th floor of hospital

A brutal act had been witnessed at the hospital named Trauma Centre situated in Lucknow. A woman threw her 3-month-old son from the 4th floor of the hospital. The reason for the act was claimed to be the baby's ill health since the last couple of months. Initially, the lady cooked up a story of her baby missing from the hospital after she threw the infant herself. Src: https://bit.ly/2K3Frj5

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Terror incidents down by 86% in J&K in last decade: G Kishan Reddy

Terror incidents at the outskirt of J&K and inside J&K has drastically came down by 70% and 86% respectively as compared to the previous decade, informed the Union minister of state for home G Kishan Reddy. Reddy in his own words said, "The number of terrorist incidents in the outskirt area during the last decade as compared to the previous decade has reduced by 70% from 71 to 21 and the number of terrorist incidents in Jammu and Kashmir has reduced by 86% i.e. 23,290 to 3,187. Also, while comparing 2018, the minister informed the first half of 2019 has witnessed a reduction of 28% in terrorists initiated incidents. Src: https://bit.ly/2JKYakA

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