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Another man died while cleaning manhole

Recently, a man identified as Sadiq Bathsha from Tamil Nadu lost his life while cleaning manhole. Bathsha went inside the manhole near Kumabakonman railway station, while cleaning he fainted because he inhaled of poisonous gas and fell. As per media reports, when the accident occurred the other man who came along with Sadiq vanished from the place in fear that they will die too if they inhale the poisonous gas. The body had been sent for post-mortem. Src: https://bit.ly/2NOdnU4

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Dwayne Johnson yet again becomes a victim of a false death rumor

Dwayne Johnson, one of the highest-paid actors in Hollywood, has again become a victim of a false death rumor after BBC news reported on Wednesday that the actor died after a failed stunt. However, after Dwayne updated his Instagram account with a photo of his upcoming Under Armour campaign it was confirmed that the actor is alive and that the death was a false rumor. He has been a part of such rumors in 2011 on Facebook and in 2014 too that claimed that the actor died while shooting for Fast & Furious 7. Src: https://bit.ly/2OhLNh0

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Star travelling at 3.7 million mph discovered by observers in Australia

Space observers from Carnegie Mellon University, Australia have found a star named S5-HVS1 travelling at a speed of 3.7 million miles per hour. The reason for the star to travel at this godly speed is a black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy which around 5 million years ago shot this star out of the galaxy in a tangential path just like a stone which detaches from the string when it is revolved with high speed by holding the string with hand, when it was revolving in the circular orbit around the black hole. Src: https://bit.ly/2qg3fKT

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Govt set to reduce fines on companies to increase corporate law obedience

As part of its efforts to increase law obedience, the government has planned to lower penalties under the Companies Act and offer concessions to startups, smaller entities and farmer producer companies. The move will come as a big relief not just for India Inc but for other entities, which together make up for a majority of the companies registered in the country. Also, there will be a concession for loss-making companies, including relaxation in compensation and other steps to enable these entities to hire non-executive or independent directors. Src: https://bit.ly/2Kqe2sH

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