Saturn rings may vanish in 100 million years, says NASA

Saturn is losing its iconic rings at the maximum rate estimated from Voyager 1 and 2 observations made decades ago, confirms new NASA research that estimates that the rings have less than 100 million

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Worried about weight loss? This tiny implantable device may help fight obesity – Here’s how

The devices developed by researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the US helped rats shed almost 40 per cent of their body weight.

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Depression, anxiety may take same toll on health as smoking – Here’s what study says

Unlike the other conditions investigated, the researchers found that high levels of depression and anxiety were not associated with cancer incidence.

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Most-distant solar system object ever discovered

In October, the same group of researchers announced the discovery of another distant solar system object, called 2015 TG387 and nicknamed "The Goblin," because it was first seen near Halloween.

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Planets with oxygen don’t necessarily have life, says study

Simulating in the lab the atmospheres of planets beyond the solar system, researchers successfully created both organic compounds and oxygen, absent of life.

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Saturn losing its iconic rings rapidly: NASA

They found that the amount of rain matches remarkably well with the astonishingly high values derived by scientists over three decades earlier, with one region in the south receiving most of it

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ISRO all set to launch GSAT-7A onboard GSLV-F11 on December 19

Preparations are on for the launch of the country's 35th communication satellite GSAT-7A onboard the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle GSLV-F11 on December 19, the Indian Space Research Organisa

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Kolkata: Kids’ fight over Chicken sandwich turns into a storm, schools issue guidelines

A famous girl's school in Kolkata has even made a list of food items students can bring in their tiffins and it is an all vegetarian list.

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Global water supplies shrinking due to climate change, says study

Climate change will drive our water supplies to shrink due to drying soils, while generating more intense rain, according to a study which warns that drought-like conditions will soon become the new n

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World’s oldest known plant virus discovered

The Ancestral Puebloans who lived in the canyon planted crops such as maize, beans and squash.

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Nuclear-powered ‘tunnelbot’ to search for life on Jupiter’s moon Europa

Several findings from observations of the moon pointed to evidence of a liquid ocean beneath Europa's icy surface.

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E-cigarette usage nearly doubles in US high-schools

The percentage of high school students who used nicotine-based vaping devices, known as e-cigarettes, has risen by a third over the past year, the survey showed.

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Philippines’ Catriona Gray gets crowned as Miss Universe 2018 – Watch Video

Celebrations were especially buoyant in Oas town in the northeastern province of Albay, from which Gray's Filipina mother hails.

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The dark chocolate rises

Confectionery brands are expanding their portfolio as premium chocolates find takers. But it’s a bittersweet growth curve.

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Review Corner

A plea from WhatsApp to stop rumour mongering was imminent, but one did not expect it to resemble a public service announcement.

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Contract Advertising has a new CCO: The agency has brought on board Sagar Mahabaleshwarkar , the former CCO of Cheil WW India.

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Isha Ambani-Anand Piramal wedding recreated moment from Nita-Mukesh marriage as daughter donned mother’s 33-year-old saree

Apart from the grand affair that the days-long wedding was, Isha Ambani made sure it was a day to be remembered.

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Mars InSight lander seen in first images from space, says NASA

A camera aboard NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) has captured the image of the InSight lander, which recently touched down on the Red Planet.

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Open orthopaedic surgery simulator based on artificial intelligence launched in India

Doctors say the technology is best suited for Indian conditions where the doctor patient ratio is one of the lowest across the world.

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Planning to visit Statue of Unity in winter vacations? Here are the packages, costs and everything you need to know

Statue of Unity: Built in the memory of the architect of modern India and its first Home Minister Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, the statue sees a massive footfall of tourists every day.

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Gym time! From crawling, grappling to duck walking – how India is changing way it works out

From crawling and grappling to duck-walking and kettleball swinging, a series of unconventional workouts are gaining currency among the health-conscious in the country. We take a look at what is the c

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An art gallery inside a mosque, that too from fringes – why you can’t miss this exhibition

Kochi-Muziris Biennale’s first woman curator breaks the glass ceiling by creating an inclusive art show and making it a platform for gender discourse.

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Posters and Protests: Guerilla Girls rock the show at Kochi-Muziris Biennale

They came, they provoked and they conquered. Guerrilla Girls, the art world’s punk band of feminists fighting for gender equality, pasted posters and performed at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale. And the

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Between Sips: The uniqueness of dry Italian wine

The future for Italian sparkling wines promises to be sweet as long as the wines are dry.

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Swedish Embassy’s Saint Lucia celebrations – an attempt to strengthen ties through culture

The national capital recently participated in the annual Scandinavian celebration of Saint Lucia, which included a candle-lit procession and a spread of sumptuous food, organised by the Embassy of Swe

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Tasting India Symposium: An attempt to promote sustainable consumption and production of food

There has been a substantial rise in the number of farm protests in the country in the last couple of months. Scores of farmers have hit the road demanding fair price of their produce and freedom from

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End of wrong treatment? ICMR’s bid to provide quality diagnosis

In order to ensure quality diagnosis at all levels of healthcare facilities, the ICMR has articulated a new list of essential diagnostics.

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