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ISRO successfully launches 36 satellites for OneWeb🚀
The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Sunday successfully launched the second batch of 36 satellites for the UK-based OneWeb.
This batch of satellites by the UK-based company will be its 18th launch to date, its third this year and the second with ISRO. This will also complete the company’s first-generation LEO (low earth orbit) constellation, enabling the company to initiate global coverage in 2023.
The communications satellites were launched by ISRO’s Launch Vehicle Mark-III (LVM3).
In October last year, the Indian space agency successfully launched the first set of 36 satellites by OneWeb from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre in Sriharikota, marking the rocket’s entry into the global commercial launch service market.
Paytm gets extension by central bank to re-apply for payment aggregator licence🏦
India's central bank and regulatory authority has given Fintech company Paytm Payments Services Ltd a further 15 days to reapply for a licence to operate as a payment aggregator, the company announced on Sunday.
"Our subsidiary Paytm Payment Services has received an extension from RBI for resubmission of PA license application. PPSL can continue to serve existing partners. We proudly lead with our 100% indigenous technology," Paytm said in a statement.
Paytm Payment Services can continue with its online payment aggregation business for existing partners, without onboarding any new merchants.
Deeptech startup Uravu Labs has raised $2.3 million in seed round from JITO Angel Network, Anicut Capital, Speciale Invest, and Rocketship.vc.
Twitter says parts of its source code leaked online🥷🏻
Some parts of Twitter's source code — the fundamental computer code on which the social network runs — were leaked online, the social media company said in a legal filing on Sunday.
Twitter had asked GitHub, an internet hosting service for software development, to take down the code where it was posted. The platform complied and said the content had been disabled, according to the filing.
Twitter also asked the court to identify the alleged infringer or infringers who posted Twitter’s source code on systems operated by GitHub without Twitter’s authorization.
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