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Portugal wins Eurovision
Eurovision Song Contest is the longest running annual, international TV song competition, held primarily among countries in Europe. Portugal’s 27-year-old Salvador Sobral was the winning singer and he received the trophy for a beautiful love ballad written by his sister.
Critical infrastructure agencies including banks, airports, telecom networks and stock markets have been asked to take precautions to shield themselves against the crippling global ransomware attack 'WannaCry'. Over the weekend, the ransomware hit systems in over 100 countries, including Russia and the UK, in one of the most widespread cyber attacks in history. Read more
Toyota backs flying car project
Toyota, has announced that it is backing a group of engineers who are developing a car that flies. The car is called the Skydrive Car and when ready, will travel 10m above the ground.
101-year-old breaks skydiving world record
A 101-year-old Britisher has broken the record for being the oldest person to skydive. He did it with absolute style, with four generations of family members diving alongside him.
Kerala Plus Two results announced
The results of the Higher Secondary Examinations (Plus Two) were announced by education minister C. Raveendranath on Monday. Check here
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