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Google Maps helped a young man who was kidnapped 11 years ago return home

Hitesh Maurya

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How many people remember the Oscar-winning film Lion by popular British actor Dev Patel? Saru, a boy from a village in India, was separated from his family when he was just 5 years old. Then he grew up in faraway Australia. And with the help of Google Earth when he grew up, he came back to his parents in India. A similar incident happened today with Irvan in the province of Sregen in Java. Irvan Wahiu Anjasoro of Sragen Province, Central Java spent the first 5 years of his life with his parents and grandparents.

Then suddenly one day he was kidnapped from there. According to reports, he was walking home from a video game store that day. The man who showed her a game on the way gave Irvan a lift in his car to take him home. But in the name of giving a lift, he takes it to another destination.

After that, he was subjected to various forms of torture, including being trained to play in the streets without being fed. She has been living with the man for several days. Then one day the performer suddenly left Irvan to escape from the hands of the police. This time the police took him to an orphanage. There, as he got older, his knowledge of technology began to grow.

This time Google Maps, one of the most popular platforms of Google, learns to use small urn from the computer in that orphanage. There, Irvan tries to find a place called Gangang. It seemed to him that he would come to that place with his grandmother. Suddenly, one such place appears on Google Maps.

The people of the orphanage went to the market and started looking for Irvan. There a shopkeeper gives them a picture of a family whose son is missing at the age of five. The people of the orphanage came to Irvan again with that picture. There Irvan can recognize his family and then Irvan is delivered to his family. Irvan's family is really happy to have their son back who was lost 11 years ago.

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Gionee's new smartphone has been launched, priced at Rs 5,500 and less

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Gionee is back in the Indian market with the Gionee F8 Neo smartphone. The company has launched this budget phone especially for those customers who want to upgrade from a feature phone to a smartphone. The phone has been launched with Android 10. Let's discuss the phone in detail,

Price of Gionee F8 Neo in India

The Gionee F8 Neo is priced at Rs 5,499 in India. This phone has been launched in Black, Blue and Red colors.

Specification

Gionee's new phone Gionee F8 Neo has a 5.45 inch Full Hd + display with an aspect ratio of 18: 9. Customers can opt for 2GB RAM and up to 32GB storage at the time of purchase. The phone is powered by Helio G35 processor. In terms of photography, the phone has an 8-megapixel primary camera and a rear camera. 5 mp front camera support is also provided. This smartphone has a 3000 mAh battery.

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