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27 Oct 2020

Moon

Major breakthrough: NASA finds water on moon's sunlit surface

While there have been signs of water being present on the moon, NASA's new findings suggest the lunar water isn't just restricted to shadowy areas of Earth's only natural satellite.

02 Sep 2020

Research

To reduce coronavirus spread, you need to limit your talking

Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, experts have stressed the importance of wearing masks, maintaining social distancing, among other health precautions.

Now, WHO says airborne coronavirus transmission is a possibility

Ever since COVID-19 started spreading, the World Health Organization (WHO) has maintained that the disease primarily spreads through respiratory droplets.

03 Oct 2019

India

Over 100 million will die in India-Pakistan nuclear war: Study

If India and Pakistan decide to go to war, its impact will not remain restricted to South Asia but will affect the entire world, a new study has claimed.

Now, AI can detect sexual desire from your face

AI engines are already capable enough to detect faces for features like face-unlocking or Animojis.

01 Feb 2019

Haryana

Celebrating Kalpana Chawla, 16 years after her death

Seven astronauts were killed today 16 years ago, after their space shuttle disintegrated on entering the Earth's atmosphere, 16 minutes away from landing. Kalpana Chawla, the first woman of Indian-origin to space-travel, was one of them.

29 Jun 2018

India

#CareerBytes: These 6 online-courses will make you a cybersecurity expert

Growing dependency on computer systems and Internet has made almost everyone vulnerable to cyber attacks.

Celebrating Kalpana Chawla on her 59th birth anniversary

Kalpana Chawla, the first woman of Indian-origin to space-travel, was born today in Karnal, Haryana.

01 Feb 2018

Haryana

Celebrating Kalpana Chawla, 15 years after her death

Seven astronauts were killed today 15 years ago, after their space shuttle disintegrated on entering the Earth's atmosphere, 16 minutes away from landing. Kalpana Chawla, the first woman of Indian-origin to space-travel, was one of them.