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Tiny Bytes: Indian teen makes lightest satellite, women's cricket team sets record and more

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Welcome to Tiny Bytes, a look at some of the top news for the little minds.

Indian teen makes lightest satellite:

An Indian teenager has built what is believed to be the world’s lightest satellite. NASA, which is the USA’s space agency, organized a competition and the creation of an 18-year-old from Tamil Nadu named Rifath Shaarook was chosen as the winner.  

Indian women’s cricket team sets new record

The Indian women’s cricket team put on a world record performance in their match against Ireland in the women’s quadrangular series ODI match in South Africa. Openers Deepti Sharma and Poonam Raut broke the world record for the longest openers run – they made 320 runs. Read more

India barely hit by WannaCry

While the world is still panicking and recovering from the cyberattack that hit over the last weekend, India seems to be on the safe side. There have been few, isolated incidents in Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and even Kerala. Read more

Roti banks in Patna

A society of young people have begun something wonderful in Patna, Bihar, they’ve started a ‘Roti Bank’. Chappatis, rotis, and even vegetables will be donated by people who can afford to, for poorer people at railway stations, hospitals, people who don’t have homes.

That’s it for today, kids. Thank you for listening. See you again Thursday at 5 pm. Remember it’s so important to know what’s going on in the world around you.

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