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    Govt to Set up 31 New Earth Observatories by Year End

Govt to Set up 31 New Earth Observatories by Year End

As many as 31 new seismological observatories will come up in the country by the year end to boost information gathering capability on earthquakes. The observatories generate ground motion data

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    Snapchat Denies CEO’s ‘India is a Poor Country’ Remark

Snapchat Denies CEO’s ‘India is a Poor Country’ Remark

A day after Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel’s purported disinterest in expanding business to “poor countries” like India created controversy in social media, parent company Snap Inc denied the allegation, saying

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    Army Wants Electronic Camouflage for Tanks

Army Wants Electronic Camouflage for Tanks

The Indian Army has sought a camouflage system to make its armoured fighting vehicles invisible to all kinds of sensors, a report has said. The Army, in the report, said

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    There May be Alien Life on Saturn’s Moon Enceladus: NASA

There May be Alien Life on Saturn’s Moon Enceladus: NASA

In a first confirmation of its kind, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has confirmed the possibility of life inhabiting Enceladus, the watery moon of Saturn. A moon of

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    SC Order: Telecom Industry Body Says Don’t Panic, Towers Are Safe

SC Order: Telecom Industry Body Says Don’t Panic, Towers Are Safe

Trying to allay fears about the mobile tower emissions, the telecom industry body Cellular Operators’ Association of India (COAI) on Wednesday appealed to the public “not to panic” about the

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    Assam Scientist Leads Breakthrough Research on Black Holes

Assam Scientist Leads Breakthrough Research on Black Holes

The last meal that the supermassive black hole of the Milky Way had was six million years ago, when it consumed a large clump of infalling gas before burping out

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Big Asteroid to Fly Safely Past Earth in Mid-April

  Big Asteroid to Fly Safely Past Earth in Mid-April

A roughly 650-metre near-Earth asteroid discovered nearly three years ago will fly safely past Earth on April 19, NASA has

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SpaceX Conducts Historic Launch, Landing with ‘Used’ Rocket

  SpaceX Conducts Historic Launch, Landing with ‘Used’ Rocket

US space firm SpaceX made history on Friday as it launched an already-used Falcon 9 rocket back into space for

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LEDs to Cut CO2 by 80 Million Tonnes a Year, Save Rs 40,000 Cr Power

  LEDs to Cut CO2 by 80 Million Tonnes a Year, Save Rs 40,000 Cr Power

The government’s promotion of light emitting diodes (LED) will help reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 80 million tonnes per annum

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WhatsApp’s Encryption Helps Terrorists Communicate Safely: UK

  WhatsApp’s Encryption Helps Terrorists Communicate Safely: UK

The British Home Secretary has targeted Facebook-owned WhatsApp’s end-to-end encryption by saying that the feature offers terrorists a safe way

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Bajaj to Launch a New Electric Two-Wheeler by 2020

  Bajaj to Launch a New Electric Two-Wheeler by 2020

Bajaj Auto is supposed to have begun taking a shot at another electric bike, which is relied upon to be

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IIT-Guwahati Students Build Car to Promote Safe Racing

  IIT-Guwahati Students Build Car to Promote Safe Racing

To promote a weekend culture of racing in a safe environment, a team of IIT – Guwahati students has built

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New Hope for Cancer Care as Bengaluru Lab Cracks Tricky Biopsy

  New Hope for Cancer Care as Bengaluru Lab Cracks Tricky Biopsy

In a development that could transform the management of cancer patients, a Bengaluru-based laboratory has claimed to have cracked the

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Seven Teams Qualify for Indian Private Moon Mission

  Seven Teams Qualify for Indian Private Moon Mission

Seven teams, including three from India, have qualified for the country’s first private moon mission in December, space technology start-up

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India Test-Fires BrahMos Supersonic Cruise Missile

  India Test-Fires BrahMos Supersonic Cruise Missile

India on Saturday successfully test-fired the BrahMos supersonic cruise missile, which is capable of carrying a warhead of 300 kg,

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‘Lost’ Chandrayaan-1 Found Orbiting Moon: NASA

  ‘Lost’ Chandrayaan-1 Found Orbiting Moon: NASA

India’s first lunar probe – the Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft – which was considered lost, is still orbiting the Moon, NASA scientists

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NASA Orbiter Avoids Collision with Mars Moon

  NASA Orbiter Avoids Collision with Mars Moon

A NASA science satellite orbiting Mars was forced to make a rare evasive manoeuvre to avoid a collision next week

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