sudo paccache -r -k 0 worked as well like
pacman -Scc. Conclusion: the former is a more handy command to the latter. It’s good if there are such fine differences within a distribution. Thanks, i’ve learned something today too. It also shows that the Debian world is a bit different from the Arch world. I have been accustomed to the former, wherein the specific command set was much more conservative.
Can commands be used on Manjaro/Antergos Linux like Arch Linux?
This link is very useful:
And this is useful for users coming from some other distros: