Entrepreneur Elon Musk’s SpaceX has raised more than $1 billion in financing in the last 6 months as it aims to roll out an ambitious high-speed internet service via satellites. The company raised $486.2 million in December and $535.7m in April, and launched its first batch of 60 small satellites into low-Earth orbit for Musk’s new Starlink internet service.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte told Filipinos that they could “shoot but not kill” corrupt public officials. “If you pay taxes, fees, clearances or whatever, and these fools ask for a bribe, slap them. If you have a gun, you can shoot them, but don’t kill,” he remarked during his speech at the inauguration of Bataan government center and business hub.
An Indian researcher has made claims that cow’s dung and urine can prevent nuclear radiation from causing harm. The scientist claims that NASA’s research has proved what he’s saying, and you can search it on Google as well. He further went on to claim that cow’s dung, urine, its breath, and everything is pure and purity gives birth to purity.
Brad Smith, President and Chief Legal Officer at Microsoft, has alleged that an unnamed Trump advisor approached him for spying on other countries. Smith recently published a book named, “Tools and Weapons: The Promise and the Peril of the Digital Age” in which he mentions interesting details about Microsoft’s dealings with the US government and other entities.
Britain’s government has announced new post-Brexit immigration plans that will allow international students to work in the country for two years after graduating. Currently, foreign students can stay in the UK for unto four months after graduation. The British government wants to increase the number of international students in Britain 30 per cent to 600,000 by 2030, with an emphasis on STEM subjects.