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Proxima b unlikely to be habitable: NASA

A new NASA study says that the atmosphere of Proxima b might have been destroyed by harmful stellar radiation, reducing its potential for habitability.

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Friendship Day 2017 Date in India: When is Friendship Day in India?

Friendship Day, also known as 'mitrata diwas' in India, is celebrated on the first Sunday of August every year.

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Sam Shepard, Pulitzer-winning playwright, is dead at 73

Sam Shepard, the Pulitzer Prize- winning playwright, Oscar-nominated actor and celebrated author whose plays chronicled the explosive fault lines of family and masculinity in the American West, has di

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Travel Hacks: Here is how to get best airplane seats on your next vacation

These travel hacks from Skyscanner will show you how to get the best seats in the house - or the airplane - on your next vacation.

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Decoded: How common superbug causes deadly infections

Scientists have discovered how one of the most common antibiotic resistant bacteria found in hospitals causes life-threatening infections, an advance that will help develop new treatments against the

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New material may help convert carbon dioxide into fuel using light

Scientists have developed a material that can help convert carbon dioxide into fuel and other energy-rich products using light without generating unwanted byproducts.

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Delhi Zoo visitors may soon get personalised postage stamps

In a bid to create awareness about wildlife conservation, the stamp templates will have photographs of various birds and animals

Florida startup Moon Express looks to do a global first, boldly sets sights on moon

Florida startup Moon Express is setting its sights high: ambitiously shooting to become the first private company to launch a small, unmanned craft to the moon before the year's out.

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All fish restaurants in Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Pune soon; know more about the treat in offing

The SDFC officials are planning to start with a food festival in Bengaluru this August.

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Tricolour on the moon! Know about Team Indus and Chandrayaan-2 missions of ISRO in brief

Two more Moon Missions will be launched by Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) in early 2018, Times of India reported on Sunday. Chandrayaan-2 mission, an advanced version of ISRO's earlier mis

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NASA unveils stunning images of a trillion-tonne Antarctic Iceberg

NASA has released stunning dark images which show the movement of the trillion-tonne iceberg - one of the largest ever recorded - that recently broke off from Antarctica.

India Dissents: 3,000 years of Difference, Doubt and Argument by Ashok Vajpeyi; here is book review

That India is a grand celebration of plurality, in thoughts and deeds, can’t be emphasised enough

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The Baba Ramdev Phenomenon: From Moksha to Market by Kaushik Deka; here is book review

A hastily compiled book merely touches the tip of the giant iceberg that Ramdev actually is

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From Satyavati to Shikhandi, lesser known characters are being brought out of the shadows; why people are curious about their history, culture

From Satyavati and Shikhandi to Menaka and Surpanakha, lesser-known characters of India’s ancient texts are being brought out of the shadows today by authors who are reinterpreting their stories in

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Amish Tripathi to come up with book on Parshu Ram, the sixth avatar of Vishnu, reveals why mythology sells

The concept of interpreting and modernising myths has been around in India for millennia, almost as old as the stories themselves. The key is to attempt it with love and respect

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Ramayana series author Ashok Banker explains how fiction helps one look beyond the ancient interpretations

Author Ashok Banker is credited with the resurgence of mythology in the Indian publishing space, thanks to his Ramayana series. In an interview with Smitha Verma, he explains how fiction helps one loo

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Iconic artist Sayed Haider Raza native town celebrates the life of its most famous son

Artist Sayed Haider Raza’s native town in Madhya Pradesh celebrated the life of its most famous son on the first anniversary of his death last week

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Forget Instagram for food porn; check out what is on offer on Pluck at Pullman

If you thought Instagram was it for food porn, interactive video and photo-based digital menus are here, launched by Pluck at Pullman in the capital

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Wines going from decent to average in India; know why

Wines going from decent to average in India; know why

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Soyuz rocket MS-05 carrying three astronauts arrives at International Space Station

A Russian Soyuz MS-05 carrying the three new crew members to join the Expedition 52 docked to the International Space Station (ISS) after a six-hour spaceflight, to continue important scientific resea

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8 cups of tea may boost your mental performance: Study

Good news caffeine lovers! A study has revealed that four cups of coffee or eight cups of tea, which is equivalent to 400mg of caffeine, has no lasting damage on the body.

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Researchers in US developing tool to combat antibiotic resistance

Researchers in the US are in the process of developing a new tool that may help physicians prescribe antibiotics to patients who really need them and avoid giving them to individuals who don't, which

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Soyuz rocket carrying 3 astronauts arrives at ISS

A Russian Soyuz MS-05 carrying the three new crew members to join the Expedition 52 docked to the International Space Station (ISS) after a six-hour spaceflight, to continue important scientific resea

First exomoon may have been discovered

Astronomers have potentially discovered the first known moon beyond our solar system, orbiting a giant planet around a star about 4,000 light-years away.

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NASA plans to send balloons into sky; here is why

NASA is collaborating with student teams across the US to send balloons into the sky in one of the most unique and extensive eclipse observation campaigns ever attempted.

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Pollution responsible for premature, underweight infant birth: Study

According to a recent study, air pollution could be responsible for the premature and underweight birth of an infant.

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Men face work-family conflict just as much as women: Study

Men accross the world struggle with acheiving a work-family balance just as much as women do, irrespective of the level of gender equality in their country, a study has found.

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