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26 May 2020
An Indian man has been arrested for murdering his wife using a cobra weeks after an unsuccessful attempt with a viper. According to Police in the southern state of Kerala, India, the man identified as Sooraj, 27, first planted a Russell’s viper in his wife Uthra’s room in March. She got bit by the viper…
5 Dec 2018
Royal Niger Emerging Technologies Limited, and its technology partner, Viper Innovations Limited, have developed a solution for the Nigerian market, which is targeted at reducing maintenance costs for subsea electrical equipment maintenance and electrical integrity in the upstream segment of the petroleum industry.     Unveiling the subsea solution to stakeholders in Lagos, Viper Innovations expressed…
18 May 2018
Operations of the Over the top (OTT) players, including WhatsApp, WeChat, Viper, Skype, Google, have slashed about $17.8 (81%) from the Average Revenue per User (ARPU) of the Mobile Network Operators...

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