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The article came out in a website named 'World of Buzz' after the unknown man's wife posted a Facebook message that went viral. Based on the post written in Malay, it is noted that the man left a month before because he was disturbed while playing PUBG. Earlier, a fitness trainer in Jammu was hospitalised due to his addiction towards PUB

02:22:28 on 14 Feb

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Concerned over the waning interest of the young generation in radio, the West Bengal Radio Club, an organisation of ham radio enthusiasts in the state, will celebrate World Radio Day on Wednesday by seeking participants of students from various educational institutions. People will be sharing their experiences on how they have benefitted through the use of radio.

12:21:24 on 13 Feb

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As the world marks World Radio Day today, communication experts have advocated for more focus on radio, particularly community radio, as a tool for development and fostering of peace and unity. Ralph Akinfeleye, a Professor of Mass Communications, said the proliferation of radio stations across Nigeria had had an impact in combating fake news and hate speeches.

12:17:04 on 13 Feb

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Under the theme “Dialogue, Tolerance and Peace” UNESCO is paying tribute to radio on February 13. It was first proclaimed on November 3, 2011, by UNESCO's 36th General Conference after originally being proposed by Spain.

12:11:40 on 13 Feb

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