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NASA finds no trace of India's Chandrayaan-2 Vikram lander in latest pics by Moon orbiter
"The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter imaged the area of the targeted Chandrayaan-2 Vikram landing site on October 14, but did not observe any evidence of the lander," Noah Edward Petro, the Project Scientist for the LRO mission, told PTI.
Lights on fishnets can save turtles, dolphins: Study
LED lights along the top of floating gillnets cut accidental 'bycatch' of sea turtles by...
Can you handle spicy food? This new e-tongue can do it better & more accurately
The e-tongue can handle as much heat as any scientist can thr...
Global PIO body to honour 3 Indian-Americans for contribution in health sector
The Global Organisation of People of Indian Origin (GOPIO) will present the Health Council Award to the recipients during the Health Council Summit, organised by it, on Saturday, according to a press release.
New battery design may lead to faster charging, long- lasting smartphones
The battery, described in the journal ACS Nano Materials, uses the semi-metal antimony, and has an increased capacity to store lithium ions.
Pepsico India wins US award for saving more than 17 billion litres of water
PepsiCo India has been named the global ACE winner in sustainable operations in the multinational enterprise category for its sustainable farming initiative in India
Don't be afraid of math: It can help make the perfect cup of coffee
Scientists have devised a mathematical formula to make the perfect hot cuppa.
4 Indian-Americans win state, local elections in US
Indian-American Ghazala Hashmi, a former community college professor, created history by becoming the first Muslim woman to be elected to the Virginia State Senate, while Suhas Subramanyam, who served as the White House technology policy adviser to former president Barack Obama, has been elected to the Virginia State House of Representative.
Don't turn to carbs on cheat days; it can spike blood sugar levels and increase risk of heart disease
The ketogenic diet promotes weight loss as well.
Listen up, ladies! Have nutrient-rich diet to stay emotionally healthy
Anatomical and functional differences in men's and women's brain dictate susceptibility to mental disease.
Opposites attract: People with different personalities make good decisions together
Partners with opposite attitude are likely to reach a joint decision that is preferred by both of them.
How was #MeToo movement's impact? Study shows coverage sympathetic, not necessarily empowering
The campaign gained momentum last year and encouraged women to share their stories.
View: To safeguard its global image India doesn’t need better messaging, but better policies
Modi government does not face criticism in global media because it’s not doing a good enough job of selling its story. It is facing criticism because it doesn’t have a good story to sell. Ironically, the Modi government’s excellence at domestic political communication may contribute toward its ineptitude abroad.
Don't binge on low-calorie diet; this 'fast and feast' technique may help you beat the bulge
Alternate days of fasting and feasting is a much simpler approach to lose weight.
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