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Are you deleting your search history correctly? You may not be



Most people ask Google questions which some are unable to ask publicly. And after asking them they delete their search history. What if we tell you that you have been deleting your history wrongly and that your browsing data was still with Google? 

Yes, it is true. To delete it permanently, it takes a further secret step.

Generally, people go into the history bar and delete the browsing history from their Chrome browser.

But if you take this one step, you will be able to delete data that’s associated with your account.

Screen capture was taken from Google on April 30, 2023. —
Screen capture was taken from Google on April 30, 2023. —

For this, you need to tap your image right at the top right corner of your Chrome next to the search bar.

Click “Manage your Google Account”, which will lead to a menu with several tabs.

Type “My Activity” in the search bar on that page where “Search Google Account” is written. Clicking “My Activity” will lead you to your search history. In order to delete these searchers, click on the delete button.

There is also an option available which allows you to delete your history at a specific time.

Screen capture was taken from Google on April 30, 2023. —
Screen capture was taken from Google on April 30, 2023. —

As you proceed further, Google will present you a list which includes whether you only want to erase the history of the google chrome browser or that would include YouTube too.

Moving further step, you will be asked for final confirmation after the history is deleted.

While this process does delete your history, Google states that other data will be kept for as long as you keep your account in order to help the tech giant improve its services.

Google’s privacy terms, read: “We keep some data for the life of your Google Account if it’s useful for helping us understand how users interact with our features and how we can improve our services.”

It further read: “For example, after you delete a specific Google search from My Activity, we might keep information about how often you search for things, but not what you searched for. When you delete your Google Account, the information about how often you search for things is also removed.”

My Activity button can also be used to change your location history after which Google would be suggesting you personalised data.

This feature is for age 18 by default.

The advice from Google reads: “When you turn on Location History, you may see a number of benefits across Google products and services, including personalized maps, recommendations based on places you’ve visited, help to find your phone, real-time traffic updates about your commute, and more useful ads.”

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Punjab will provide fifty thousand solar kits.




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Phase-I solar systems would be balloted for by 50,000 protected users who use 100 units each month, at a cost of Rs 12.6 billion.

Home-based solar systems will eventually be made available to other Punjabi consumers. A solar system will consist of a battery, inverter, sophisticated solar plate, and more related accessories.

Attending the meeting were Provincial Information Minister Azma Zahid Bukhari, MPA Sania Ashiq, Former Senator Pervaiz Rashid, Chief Secretary, Chairman Planning and Development, Secretaries of Energy, Finance, and Punjab Power Development Board (PPDB) Managing Director, in addition to other pertinent officers.

During his inaugural speech as Punjab’s chief minister, Maryam Nawaz outlined her five-year plan and promised to develop a strategy for customers who use fewer than 300 units of power.

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She said, “I am working on a plan to provide solar panels to consumers using up to 300 units of electricity or less in installments.”

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There will be free WiFi in public parks.




The discussion on the province’s capital city’s beautification was chaired by Chief Minister Ali Amin Gandapur.

CM Gandapur gave the pertinent authorities instructions at the meeting to complete the arrangements and submit the free WiFi service plan for the province government’s approval.

In the following phase, he said, the service will be extended to more cities. In addition, the chief minister gave the Peshawar Development Authority instructions to create a beatification plan for the city.

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CM Gandapur pushed for the installation of underpasses rather than overhead bridges and ordered the city’s street lights to be converted to solar power.

The chief minister gave the order to begin work on the road around the BRT Corridor at University Road as well as the building of the remaining section of Warsak-Nasir Bagh Road right away.

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FM Ishaq Dar praises IAEA for using nuclear technology in a “peaceful” manner




During a meeting with IAEA Director General (DG) Rafael Mariano Grossi outside the Nuclear Energy Summit in Brussels, Pakistan, a founding member of the Agency, stressed the importance of the Agency’s work.

He stated that Pakistan placed a high value on the Agency’s efforts as a founding member.

The foreign minister also emphasized Pakistan’s goal to increase the proportion of nuclear energy in the country’s energy mix and the significance of nuclear energy in the fight against climate change.

Ishaq Dar went on to stress the importance of the Agency’s technical cooperation initiatives, to which Pakistan makes a major contribution as well.

According to the foreign minister, banks and other international financial institutions should support nuclear energy projects in developing nations so that those countries may meet their energy needs and meet their zero emissions commitments.

He requested that the IAEA continue raising global understanding of the benefits of nuclear energy as a clean energy source.

The director general of the IAEA commended Pakistan for its cooperation. Rafael Mariano Grossi continued by saying that Pakistan is essential in helping emerging nations by sharing knowledge and experience.

He acknowledged that there was a problem with financing nuclear projects and promised to work with international financial institutions to find a solution as quickly as possible.

The director general of the IAEA reflected fondly on his visit to Pakistan earlier in the year, when he inspected the country’s facilities and witnessed firsthand its progress in the peaceful applications of nuclear technology.

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