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European Space Agency’s Copernicus Sentinel-2 Satellite Captures Stunning Images of Ram Setu

The European Space Agency has shared images of Ram Setu taken by the Copernicus Sentinel-2 satellite. Also known as Adam's Bridge, it is a...

Scientists Pinpoint Brain Regions Linked to Extreme Moods in Bipolar Disorder

LONDON – In a groundbreaking study, researchers from University College London have identified specific brain regions responsible for the extreme mood swings associated with...

New Study Reveals Why Some People Are Immune to COVID-19

A groundbreaking study published in the prestigious journal Nature has unveiled critical insights into why some individuals never contract COVID-19, even after exposure. Conducted...

Four Maoists Killed in Encounter with Police in Jharkhand’s West Singhbhum District

At least four Maoists were killed in an encounter with police in Jharkhand's West Singhbhum district on Monday morning, officials said. The incident happened...

PM Narendra Modi Signs First File After Third Swearing-In, Authorizes Release of PM Kisan Nidhi Instalment

New Delhi — Prime Minister Narendra Modi, after being sworn in for a historic third term, signed his first file on Sunday, authorizing the...

IMD Clarifies Temperature Sensor Malfunctions Amidst Heatwave in North India

Nagpur: Following reports of record-breaking temperatures, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has clarified inaccuracies due to sensor malfunctions. On May 30, a weather station...

Navi Mumbai Police Arrest Four Lawrence Bishnoi Gang Members for Plotting Attack on Salman Khan

Navi Mumbai – In a major breakthrough, the Navi Mumbai Police on Saturday arrested four members of the notorious Lawrence Bishnoi gang, who were...

OpenAI Disrupts Covert Influence Campaigns from Russia, China, Iran, and Israel

OpenAI, the renowned artificial intelligence company behind ChatGPT, announced on Thursday that it has thwarted five covert influence operations over the past three months....

Orange Peels: A Potential Heart Health Boost Hiding in Your Kitchen

Orange peels, often discarded as waste, might hold significant health benefits, according to a recent study by scientists at the University of Florida and...

Urgency of Tackling Erratic Monsoons and Climate Change in India

India's monsoon season is approaching amid a heatwave, with the India Meteorological Department predicting "above normal" rainfall. The monsoon, critical for agriculture and water...

Comet Tsuchinshan-ATLAS to Illuminate Night Skies in October 2024

Sky gazers are in for a treat this year as Comet Tsuchinshan-ATLAS (C/2023 A3) is set to make its closest approach to the Sun...

How Heatwaves Affect the Human Body and Mind

Heatwaves, characterized by prolonged periods of excessively high temperatures, are becoming more frequent and intense due to climate change. These extreme weather events can...

KL Rahul’s Critique Highlights Lucknow Super Giants’ Struggles in IPL 2024 Season

Summary: Following Lucknow Super Giants' defeat against Delhi Capitals in the IPL 2024, captain KL Rahul pointed out the team's recurring issue of losing...

Scientists Warn of Impending Solar Storm After Recent Sun Eruptions

Summary: Scientists have issued a warning about a potent solar storm expected to strike Earth this week following powerful eruptions from the Sun. With...

Bomb Threats Target Four Hospitals in Delhi Now Police Initiate Probe

Four hospitals in Delhi, including Deep Chand Bandhu Hospital, GTB Hospital, Dada Dev Hospital, and Hedgewar Hospital, have been targeted with bomb threats via...

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas Enjoy Casual-Chic Outing in Ireland with Daughter Malti

Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas delighted fans with adorable family moments during their outing in Dublin, Ireland, accompanied by their daughter Malti Marie Chopra...

Shocking To Know That Vacant Houses Reach Record High in Japan

Japan is grappling with a staggering problem as the number of vacant houses in the country has soared to a record high of nine...

India Hosts International Delegation with 23 Countries Witness General Elections Amidst Commitment to Electoral Transparency

In a testament to its dedication to transparent electoral practices, the Election Commission of India (ECI) welcomes 75 delegates from 23 nations to observe...

75,000-Year-Old Neanderthal Woman’s Face Reconstructed

Archaeologists in the UK have revealed the reconstructed face of a 75,000-year-old Neanderthal woman, offering a glimpse into the appearance of our ancient ancestors....

Enforcement Directorate Counters Arvind Kejriwal’s Petition in Supreme Court on Arresting procedure

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has filed a detailed affidavit in the Supreme Court in response to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's petition challenging his...

Researchers find the Phenomenon of a “Perfect Tidal Storm” Exoplanet Orbiting HD 104067

In a recent study accepted to The Astronomical Journal, an international team of researchers has embarked on a groundbreaking journey to unravel the enigmatic...

Mars Express Celebrates 25,000 Orbits with Never-Before-Seen Images of Mars’ Volcanic Region

The European Space Agency (ESA) Marks a Milestone as Mars Express Completes its 25,000th Loop Around the Red Planet, Unveiling Stunning New Images of...

Blinking Enhances Visual Perception, New Research Suggests

New Delhi: Blinking, often considered a reflexive action to keep our eyes moist, may serve a more significant purpose, suggests recent research. According to...

FBI Opens Criminal Probe into Baltimore Bridge Collapse, Fourth Victim Recovered

The aftermath of the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse in Baltimore continues to unfold as the FBI announced a criminal investigation into the incident....

Scuba Divers Conduct Unique Voter Awareness Campaign in Chennai

In a novel initiative to promote voter awareness, a group of six scuba divers in Chennai took to the depths of the sea to...

Humans Transmit More Viruses to Animals Than Vice Versa, Study Finds

Contrary to popular belief, humans pose a greater risk of transmitting viruses to animals than animals do to humans, a new study from University...

Six Genes Identified as Central to Emotional Response and Meaning Perception

Recent research has uncovered a groundbreaking revelation about the genetic basis of personality, shedding new light on how individuals process emotions and perceive meaning....

Skyroot Successfully Test-Fires Stage-2 of Vikram-1 Rocket, Marks Milestone in Indian Space Industry

In a significant development, Skyroot, an Indian space start-up, has achieved a major milestone by successfully conducting the test-firing of the stage-2 propulsion system...

Foiled Assassination Attempt on President Bill Clinton Revealed by Retired Secret Service Agents

In a stunning revelation, a group of retired Secret Service agents has come forward to shed light on a foiled assassination attempt on former...

Mexico Supports U.S. DOJ Opposition to Texas Law Targeting Migrants

Mexico has filed a U.S. court brief in support of the U.S. Department of Justice's opposition to a Texas law proposed by Republicans. This...

PFAS: The Hidden Health Threat in Our Blood increased cardiovascular disease risk

Per- and polyfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS), also known as 'forever chemicals,' have silently infiltrated our environments and bodies, posing a growing health risk worldwide....

Study Reveals Over a Million Annual Deaths from Short-Term Air Pollution Exposure

A recent study published in The Lancet Planetary Health sheds light on the alarming impact of short-term exposure to high levels of air pollution,...

USCIS Announces Initial Registration Period for H-1B Visas for Fiscal Year 2025

Washington: The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced that the initial registration period for the highly sought-after H-1B visas for foreign guest...

Supreme Court Rejects PIL Seeking Repeal of Solitary Confinement Laws

A plea filed by the 'Legal Attorneys and Barristers Law Firm' urging the Supreme Court to direct Parliament to repeal penal law provisions allowing...

Gaza Faces Looming Famine as Aid Parachuted Amidst Ongoing Crisis

In the midst of an ongoing humanitarian crisis, military planes from various nations parachuted aid over Gaza on Sunday, in a bid to alleviate...

Ancient Stone Tools in Ukraine Quarry Rewriting Human Migration History

A groundbreaking discovery in the depths of the Korolevo quarry in Ukraine is challenging long-held beliefs about the timeline of human migration. Buried deep...

Narendra Modi’s Historic Kashmir Rally: A Turning Point in the Valley’s Peace Journey

In a historic display of unity and enthusiasm, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed an unprecedented crowd at Bakshi Stadium in Srinagar on Thursday. The...

IMD Forecasts Hotter Summer and Increased Heatwaves in Andhra Pradesh

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued a warning of a hotter-than-usual summer and an uptick in heatwave occurrences in Andhra Pradesh, attributing the...

Taiwan Labor Ministry Apologizes for Minister’s Controversial Remarks

The Taiwan Labor Ministry found itself in hot water after Labor Minister Hsu Ming-chun made remarks about the planned recruitment of Indian migrant workers...

PM Narendra Modi Applauds Supreme Court Verdict, Hails Milestone for Clean Politics

New Delhi witnessed a significant moment as Prime Minister Narendra Modi commended the Supreme Court's landmark verdict today, heralding a new era of transparency...

India Achieves Milestone in Genetic Research with Sequencing of 10,000 Indian Genomes

In a significant scientific breakthrough, researchers in India have successfully sequenced the genomes of 10,000 individuals from diverse Indian communities, paving the way for...

Colorado Man Dies After Bite from Pet Gila Monster

A tragic incident has shaken the community in Colorado as a 34-year-old man, Christopher Ward, passed away just four days after being bitten by...

Breakthrough Discovery: Chinese Observatory Detects Giant Cosmic Ray Accelerator

In a historic breakthrough, the Large High Altitude Air Shower Observatory (LHAASO) has uncovered a colossal ultra-high-energy gamma-ray bubble structure within the Cygnus star-formation...

ED Summons Niranjan and Darshan Hiranandani in Foreign Exchange Violation Case

The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has summoned Niranjan Hiranandani and his son Darshan Hiranandani, the promoters of the Hiranandani Group, for questioning in a foreign...

Allahabad High Court to Decide on Hindu Prayers in Gyanvapi Mosque

Today, the Allahabad High Court is set to deliver its verdict on a petition challenging the Varanasi district court's decision to permit Hindu prayers...

Ancient Megalithic Plaza Unearthed in Northern Peru

Archaeologists have made a groundbreaking discovery in the valley of Callacpuma, located in northern Peru, where they have uncovered the remnants of an ancient...

Switzerland Plans High-Level Ukraine Peace Conference, Russia’s Participation Uncertain

Switzerland's President, Viola Amherd, has revealed that Russia is unlikely to participate in the initial stages of a high-level peace conference for Ukraine, which...

Unveiling Ancient Mysteries Bronze Age Treasures Revealed as Extraterrestrial

In a groundbreaking discovery that redefines our understanding of ancient civilizations, scientists have unearthed two metal artifacts crafted from meteoritic iron, reshaping the narrative...

Fujitsu Unveils New Supercomputer System for Japan Meteorological Agency to Enhance Disaster Prediction and Prevention

Fujitsu has announced the delivery of a cutting-edge supercomputer system to the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA), aimed at bolstering prediction accuracy for typhoons and...

Friday Film Frenzy: Yami Gautam’s “Article 370” to “Mean Girls” Musical, Here’s What’s Hitting Theatres

This Friday promises a diverse array of cinematic treats for audiences, ranging from hard-hitting political dramas to comedic teen tales and adrenaline-pumping action thrillers....

Revolutionizing Space Technology with LignoSat Wooden Satellite

In a pioneering move, Japanese scientists have developed an LignoSat Wooden Satellite innovative spacecraft poised to challenge traditional satellite construction methods. Meet the LignoSat...

Health Warning alert as study show that Paracetamol Linked to Liver Damage

Paracetamol, long hailed as a reliable remedy for pain relief, is now under scrutiny following a groundbreaking study conducted by researchers at the University...

Unlocking the Secrets of the Vascones: Bronze Hand Discovery

In the rugged terrain of northern Spain, archaeologists have unearthed a remarkable artifact—a bronze hand adorned with mysterious symbols dating back 2,000 years to...

Riteish Deshmukh Pays Emotional Tribute to Late Father Vilasrao Deshmukh in Latur Event

In a poignant moment that touched hearts across Maharashtra, Bollywood actor Riteish Deshmukh opened up about his late father, former Maharashtra chief minister Vilasrao...

53 Killed in Tribal Violence in Papua New Guinea

Tragedy struck Papua New Guinea's highlands as tribal violence claimed the lives of 53 individuals, marking another harrowing chapter in the region's history of...

Discovery: Pacific Plate Undergoes Major Pulling Forces, Redefining Plate Tectonics

In a groundbreaking discovery, researchers from the University of Toronto have unveiled evidence that the Pacific plate, the largest tectonic plate on Earth, is...

Indian Army Thwarts Infiltration Attempts: Fires Upon Pakistani Quadcopters Along LoC

In a proactive measure to safeguard the Line of Control (LoC), Indian Army troops took swift action on Friday, engaging Pakistani quadcopters attempting to...

Unveiling the Chilling Reality: Climate Change’s Alarming Impact on Glacial Meltdown Threatens Global Climate Stability

As the world grapples with the escalating crisis of climate change, a sobering revelation emerges: glaciers are vanishing at an unprecedented pace, heralding potentially...

Cosmic Valentine’s Day Surprise: Massive Asteroid 2024 BR4 to Whiz By Earth in Close Encounter

New Delhi: An asteroid designated as 2024 BR4 is set to make a breathtakingly close pass by Earth this Valentine's Day. Measuring between 140...

Farmers’ Chalo Delhi March Continues Amid Clashes and Traffic Congestion: Top 10 Developments

As the protesting farmers clashed with police on the Punjab-Haryana border on Tuesday, marking the beginning of what they termed a long haul, their...

Russian Ambassador Urges UN Reform, Backs India’s Permanent UNSC Membership

The Russian Ambassador to India, Denis Alipov, has emphasized the urgent need for reforms within the United Nations (UN) and its affiliated agencies. Speaking...

Amit Shah Asserts: Citizenship Amendment Act to be Implemented Before Lok Sabha Elections

Union Home Minister Amit Shah reaffirmed on Saturday that the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) will be notified and put into effect before the upcoming...

National Exhibition and Programme Promotes Environment-Friendly Practices at India Gate, Delhi

Today, a national exhibition and programme showcasing environment-friendly activities under the LiFE (Lifestyle for Environment) themes took center stage at India Gate, Delhi. The...

Political Turmoil Grips Pakistan as Sharif and Imran Khan Declare Victory in Tense Elections

Former Pakistani Prime Ministers Nawaz Sharif and Imran Khan plunged the nation into further political turmoil on Friday by both claiming victory in elections...

NASA’s Perseverance Rover Unveils Evidence of Ancient Martian Lake, Fueling Hope for Past Life

Excitement abounds among scientists as data from NASA's Perseverance rover hints at the existence of a once-thriving lake within a Martian crater, potentially harboring...

Sports Authority of India Releases Rs. 7.71 Crore Out-of-Pocket Allowance for Khelo India Athletes

In a significant boost to sports development, the Sports Authority of India (SAI) has disbursed an out-of-pocket allowance totaling ₹7,71,30,000 to 2571 Khelo India...

Astrophotographer Captures Rare Aurora Phenomenon in Iceland

An astrophotographer recently captured a super rare weather phenomenon on a trip to Iceland, showcasing rippling green aurora curls dancing in the night sky...

New Study Reveals: Sustainable Weight Loss Strategies Yield Lasting Results

In an era dominated by quick-fix weight loss solutions, a groundbreaking study published today sheds light on the keys to long-term success in managing...

Archaeological Study Reveals Ancient Human Adaptation to Climate Change in Gujarat

A recent archaeological study conducted by researchers from the Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeosciences sheds light on the adaptive strategies employed by ancient civilizations...

China-Japan Collaboration: Business Delegation Paves the Way for Mutual Progress

In a significant development, Masakazu Tokura, Chairman of the Japan Business Federation, highlighted the potential for collaboration between China and Japan, emphasizing mutual benefits...

Record-Breaking shocking Discovery Largest Deep-Sea Reef Unveiled in the Atlantic coast

January 26, 2024 In a groundbreaking revelation, scientists have uncovered the largest known deep-sea reef in the frigid depths of the Atlantic, teeming with...

ASI Report Reveals Ancient Hindu Temple Beneath Gyanvapi Mosque in Varanasi

January 26, 2024 In a groundbreaking revelation, the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) has unearthed compelling evidence of a vast Hindu temple structure beneath...

Bharat Ratna Awarded Posthumously to Karpoori Thakur; Padma Shri Awardees for 2024 Announced

The Modi-led Central government has posthumously announced the prestigious Bharat Ratna award for the late Bihar Chief Minister, Karpoori Thakur. Known as 'Jan Nayak'...

Grand Opening of Ayodhya’s Ram Mandir Draws Massive Devotee Crowds

The much-awaited Ram Mandir in Ayodhya opened its doors to a massive gathering of devotees eager to offer prayers. Following the 'pran pratishtha' ceremony...

Israel Reports Loss of 200 Soldiers in Ongoing Conflict with Hamas

In the continued conflict between Israel and Hamas, the Israeli military announced on Monday that it has lost 200 soldiers since the commencement of...

Newly Discovered Feline Species Magerifelis peignei Thrived 15.5 Million Years Ago

January 23, 2024 A new cat species, identified as Magerifelis peignei, has been unveiled by researchers, shedding light on the rich biodiversity of the...

Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor Radiate Elegance in Ethnic Attire En Route to Ayodhya

Ayodhya, As Ayodhya gears up for the grand inauguration of the Ram temple, Bollywood power couple Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor were spotted at...

Exceptional Children to Receive Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar 2024

The prestigious Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Bal Puraskar (PMRBP) will be awarded to 19 exceptional children between the ages of 5 and 18 for their...

Ayodhya’s Transformation: A Holistic Approach to Connectivity and Development

In the heart of Ayodhya, where history intertwines seamlessly with spirituality, a monumental transformation is underway, extending beyond the sacred grounds of the Ram...

Historic Ram Lalla ‘Pran Pratishtha’ Ceremony Prompts Half-Day Closure of Public Sector or school Across India

In a significant development, various public sector entities across the country, including banks, insurance companies, financial institutions, and regional rural banks (RRBs), are set...

China’s Tianzhou-7 Launch Marks Key Milestone for Space Program

January 20, 2024 China achieved a significant milestone in its space program as the Tianzhou-7 cargo spacecraft, touted as the world's mightiest cargo spacecraft,...

Yemen’s Huthi Rebels Claim Attack on US Ship in the Gulf of Aden Amid Escalating Tensions in Red Sea Region

In a recent development, Yemen's Huthi rebels have claimed responsibility for yet another attack on a US ship, heightening tensions in the Gulf of...

Chinese PLA’s Nighttime Exercises Near Taiwan Aimed at Safeguarding Sovereignty

January 19, 2024 Recent nighttime exercises and patrols conducted by the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) around Taiwan are part of routine activities aimed...

Prolonged Cold Wave Grips North India, Disrupting Daily Life

January 20, 2024 North India continues to grapple with an enduring cold wave, accompanied by dense fog, causing disruptions in rail and air traffic...

India Approves INR 103 Crores for Technical Textiles Projects, Prioritizing Indigenous Development

New Delhi, January 20, 2024 The Union Minister for Textiles, Commerce and Industry, Consumer Affairs, Food, and Public Distribution, Shri Piyush Goyal, chaired the...

Taiwan Gains Support from Pacific Allies Amid Diplomatic Setback

In the aftermath of Nauru severing ties with Taiwan on Monday, two of Taiwan's remaining Pacific Island allies, Marshall Islands and Palau, have pledged...

Javed Akhtar’s 79th Birthday: Celebrating the Wordsmith’s Unserious Hits Across Decades

Legendary screenwriter, lyricist, and poet Javed Akhtar marked his 79th birthday on Wednesday, reflecting on a prolific career that spans over four decades. Known...

Nikki Haley Defends America Against “Racist Country” Claims, Aims for Better Tomorrow

Indian-American Republican leader Nikki Haley has refuted the notion that the United States is a "racist country," asserting that the goal is to make...

India to Discuss Withdrawal of Defence Personnel with Maldives

New Delhi: In the upcoming high-level core group talks next month, India plans to address the modalities and timing of withdrawing Indian defence personnel,...

James Webb Space Telescope Unveils Surprising Features in Beta Pictoris, Including a “Cat’s Tail”

Beta Pictoris, the second brightest star in the southern constellation Pictor, has long been a subject of fascination for astronomers. Known for its remarkable...

Emmy Awards 2024: Highlights and Winners from TV’s Grand Night

The Emmy Awards 2024, television's most celebrated night, unfolded with grandeur at the Peacock Theater in LA Live. Following a significant presence at the...

Donald Trump Emerges Victorious in Iowa Caucuses, Paving the Way for Potential Presidential Bid

In a decisive victory, former President Donald Trump secured a significant win in the Iowa caucuses, marking the first vote in the U.S. presidential...

U.S. Fighter Aircraft Intercept Anti-Ship Missile in Red Sea Amid Rising Tensions

In a recent escalation of tensions in the Red Sea region, U.S. fighter aircraft successfully intercepted an anti-ship cruise missile fired from Houthi militant-controlled...

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Launches ₹2,390 Crore Tribal Housing Scheme: First Installment of ₹540 Crore Released

In a significant move towards tribal welfare, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to release the first installment of ₹540 crore for the Pradhan...

OTT Releases of the Week: From Killer Soup to Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One

With winter still gripping many parts of the world, the perfect weekend plan might involve binge-watching your favorite shows and movies. To make your...

Union Minister Narayan Rane Criticizes Shankaracharyas Over Ram Temple Blessings

Union Minister Narayan Rane stirred controversy by suggesting that Shankaracharyas should bless the Ram Temple instead of criticizing it. Rane accused the spiritual leaders...

Indian Delegation Discusses Progress and Challenges of Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) Project in Hawaii

An Indian delegation, led by Professor Abhay Karandikar, Secretary of the Department of Science and Technology (DST), visited Mauna Kea, Hawaii, USA, to discuss...

Tesla in Advanced Talks to Invest Nearly $30 Billion in India Over the Next Five Years

As India progresses toward formulating a new electric vehicles (EV) policy, Tesla is reportedly engaged in advanced discussions to enter the country with a...

IndiGo Flight Makes Emergency Landing in Dhaka Due to Fog, Passengers Express Frustration

An IndiGo flight traveling from Mumbai to Guwahati was forced to make an emergency landing in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on Saturday due to dense fog,...

India and US Discuss Shared Concerns Over Houthi Attacks in Southern Red Sea

New Delhi/Washington D.C. – In a recent diplomatic exchange, India's External Affairs Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar and US Secretary of State Antony Blinken engaged in...

NASA Unveils Mesmerizing Image of Illuminating Light Echo Around Distant Star

In its latest Instagram post, NASA, the United States space agency, has once again captured the awe and wonder of space enthusiasts by sharing...

Ancient Egyptian Mummy Reveals Surprising Evidence of Twin Pregnancy

January 11, 2024 In a groundbreaking discovery, scientists have identified the mummy of a teenager who died during childbirth while delivering twins more than...

Evergrande New Energy Vehicle Group Faces Turmoil as Executive Director is Detained

In a further blow to the already embattled China Evergrande Group, the electric vehicle subsidiary, Evergrande New Energy Vehicle Group, announced on Monday that...

Enzyme Responsible for Yellow Color of Urine Finally Identified

In a groundbreaking study published in the journal Nature Microbiology, researchers have identified the enzyme responsible for the yellow color of urine, unraveling a...

Janhvi Kapoor Opens Up About the Emotional Moment of Sridevi’s Death on Koffee With Karan

In a recent episode of "Koffee With Karan," Janhvi Kapoor, the daughter of the late Sridevi and Boney Kapoor, shared an emotional revelation about...

Record Surge in Income Tax Returns (ITRs) Filed for A.Y. 2023-2024: 8.18 Crore Recorded

The Income-tax Department in India has achieved a new record with a significant surge in the filing of Income-tax Returns (ITRs) for the Assessment...

Japan Lifts Tsunami Warnings Following New Year’s Day Earthquake

Japan has officially lifted all tsunami warnings and advisories that were initially issued after a significant earthquake struck on New Year's Day, according to...

New research suggests the mechanism can also preserve similarities between populations

Evolutionary biology, a field predominantly focused on understanding the diverse array of life, is now challenging conventional wisdom with groundbreaking research suggesting that natural...

ISRO Launches XPoSat: A New Year’s Gift to Space Exploration

In a momentous start to the year, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) successfully launched the X-ray Polarimeter Satellite (XPoSat) from the Satish Dhawan...

Chinese Scientists Unveil Revolutionary Hypersonic Engine for Aerospace Planes

Chinese scientists leading hypersonic weapons research have revealed a groundbreaking power solution for aerospace planes. The air-breathing engine, detailed in a peer-reviewed paper published...

US Aircraft Carrier Enters South China Sea Amid Tensions

The reported entry of a US aircraft carrier, the Carl Vinson, into the South China Sea has raised concerns among experts, who believe it...

Groundbreaking Discovery: Near-Infrared Light Used to Eliminate Cancer Cells

A collaborative research team from Rice University, Texas A&M University, and the University of Texas has achieved a groundbreaking discovery in the fight against...

U.S. Conducts Strikes on Iranian-Backed Militia Sites in Iraq in Response to Attack on American Personnel

The U.S. military launched targeted strikes on three sites used by Iran backed forces in Iraq on Monday in response to an earlier drone...

AstroSat’s Remarkable Discovery: Unraveling the Secrets of a Unique Neutron Star

In a significant breakthrough, AstroSat, India's first multi-wavelength space-based observatory, has detected bright sub-second X-ray bursts from a newly discovered neutron star, classified as...

Box Office Bonanza: Top 10 Grossing Bollywood Movies of 2023 From Jawan to OMG 2

As the curtain falls on 2023, Bollywood witnessed a spectacular year at the box office with several films making significant strides in terms of...

Passenger Plane Grounded in France Over Human Trafficking Probe Allowed to Depart

A passenger plane bound for Nicaragua carrying 303 Indian passengers was temporarily grounded at France's Vatry Airport amid a human trafficking investigation. The plane,...

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Develops New Modeling Tool to Assess Nuclear Asteroid Deflection Strategies

For years, the idea of using nuclear weapons to deflect or destroy incoming asteroids has been met with skepticism and caution due to the...

Life2vec AI: Forecasting Lifespan and Financial Status with High Accuracy

Researchers at the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) have unveiled an AI-powered death predictor, known as Life2vec, claiming remarkable accuracy in forecasting both the...

Babar Azam Reclaims No. 1 ODI Batsman Ranking, Shubman Gill Slips to Second

In a swift turnaround, Babar Azam has reclaimed the No. 1 ODI batsman ranking, displacing Shubman Gill in less than 45 days after losing...

UN Security Council Delays Vote on Gaza Resolution Amid Escalating Tensions

United Nations - The United Nations Security Council faced yet another postponement in the vote on a resolution urging a pause to the Israel-Hamas...

Rare Abdominal Ectopic Pregnancy: A Miraculous Outcome for Mother and Child

In an extraordinary medical case on the French island of Réunion, a 37-year-old woman experienced more than a week of abdominal cramping before discovering...

China Expresses Willingness to Expand Energy Cooperation with Russia Across Full Production Chain

China's Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, conveyed the country's eagerness to enhance collaboration with Russia across the entire energy production chain during a meeting with...

Amitabh Bachchan’s Grand Slam! Bollywood Megastar Joins Indian Street Premier League as Mumbai Team Owner

Monday,December 17, 2023, In a groundbreaking announcement today, Bollywood icon Amitabh Bachchan revealed his association with the Indian Street Premier League (ISPL) as the...

Australia to Unveil DeepSouth: World’s First Supercomputer to Simulate Human Brain Networks

Australian researchers are on the verge of unveiling the world's first supercomputer designed to simulate brain networks at an unprecedented scale. Named DeepSouth, this...

Raveena Tandon Reacts to Criticism of “The Archies” Amidst Nepotism Debate

Bollywood actress Raveena Tandon has found herself in the midst of discussions around nepotism as she reacted to a meme criticizing the acting skills...

Breakthrough Discovery: Largest Black-Hole Merger Challenges Accepted Theories and Unveils Vibrations

In a groundbreaking development in the field of astrophysics, researchers have uncovered evidence of vibrations from the largest black-hole merger ever detected. Contrary to...

Indian Economy Growth Surpasses Expectations, Prompting Upward Revisions in Projections 7% in the fiscal year ending March 31, 2024

The Indian economy is on track to grow at a rate of 6.7% to 7% in the fiscal year ending March 31, 2024, according...

Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen Suggests China Too Overwhelmed for Taiwan Invasion

Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen has stated in an interview with the New York Times that China's leadership is currently too "overwhelmed" with internal challenges...

Indian Government to Release Comprehensive Plan to Combat Deepfakes and Misinformation

The Indian Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology is set to unveil a robust strategy to tackle the rising threat of deepfakes and misinformation...

UN Report Warns of 3-Degree Celsius Temperature Rise by 2100 Despite Emission Reduction Efforts

A new report from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has issued a stark warning that the world is on track for a temperature...

Disparity in Access: Wealthy Brits Purchase Ozempic Online Amid NHS Shortages

In the midst of a shortage of semaglutide, the active ingredient in Ozempic, individuals in the UK, particularly those with financial means, are turning...

Choking on Smog: Delhi Tops Global Air Pollution Chart as Diwali Celebrations Worsen Crisis

In the aftermath of Diwali celebrations, Delhi, the heart of India, finds itself in the grip of a severe air pollution crisis, securing the...

A Radiant Diwali Love Story: Kiara Advani and Sidharth Malhotra Illuminate Delhi with First Celebrations as Mr. and Mrs.

This Diwali marked not just the festival of lights but also the first sparkling celebration for newlyweds Kiara Advani and Sidharth Malhotra. The couple,...

Israel-Hamas Conflict: Ongoing Hostilities and Humanitarian Crisis updates

The Israel-Hamas conflict has reached a critical juncture, with heightened tensions, military operations, and a growing humanitarian crisis. The recent developments in the region...

Iceland Declares State of Emergency Amidst Seismic Surge: Volcanic Eruption Imminent?

Iceland, known for its stunning landscapes, is on high alert as a series of powerful earthquakes strike the Reykjanes peninsula, prompting the declaration of...

Glenn Maxwell’s Heroics Propel Australia to Remarkable Victory in Mumbai

Glenn Maxwell delivered an extraordinary performance in a crucial One Day International (ODI) match, guiding Australia to an astonishing three-wicket victory against Afghanistan. His...

Large Herbivores Influence Tree Cover in Protected Areas, Benefit Biodiversity, and Climate Goals

An international research team, including scientists from Lund University, has utilized global satellite data to map tree cover in the world's protected areas. Their...

Denmark Publishes National Action Plan to Promote Plant-Based Food System

The Danish government has unveiled its first-ever national action plan, aimed at guiding the country towards a more plant-based food system. This plan, published...

Energy Self-Sufficiency in European Homes: Feasibility and Economic Viability

In the quest for sustainable energy solutions, a new study published in the journal Joule sheds light on the potential for energy self-sufficiency in...

A Novel Treatment Approach to Alleviate Indian Red Scorpion Venom Toxicity

Scorpion stings, particularly those inflicted by the Indian red scorpion (Mesobuthus tamulus), pose a significant threat to public health, necessitating innovative approaches for effective...

Research Reveals Global warming Rising Risk of Urban Flooding and Agricultural Challenges

In recent decades, India has witnessed an alarming increase in extreme hydroclimate events, driven by global warming, leading to devastating floods, casualties, and economic...

Hollywood Actors and Studios: Ongoing Contract Disputes and Implications for the Industry

As Hollywood actors continue their strike in pursuit of more equitable contracts, the negotiations between striking actors and major film and television studios have...

Viksit Bharat@2047: India’s Roadmap to a $30 Trillion Economy by 2047

The Indian government is in the final stages of crafting a comprehensive blueprint, known as "Viksit Bharat@2047," that aims to transform India into a...

Supreme Court Rejects Bail Pleas of Former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister in Excise Policy Scam

The Supreme Court of India has denied bail to former Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia in a case related to an alleged excise...

Mysterious Deaths of Hundreds of Elephants in Africa Linked to Rare Bacterial Infection

In 2020, a devastating and mysterious phenomenon unfolded in the heart of Africa as more than 350 elephants in Botswana's Okavango delta perished during...

Subhash Ghai Hosts Anniversary Dinner with Khalnayak Stars; Hints at Khalnayak 2?

Celebrating their wedding anniversary, Subhash Ghai and Mukta Ghai welcomed stars from their iconic film Khalnayak, including Madhuri Dixit, Sanjay Dutt, Jackie Shroff, and...

England Seeks Redemption as They Face Sri Lanka in Must-Win ODI World Cup Match

England, the defending champions, aim to regain their form as they face Sri Lanka in a crucial ODI World Cup encounter at the M.Chinnaswamy...

UN Report Warns of Critical Groundwater Depletion Tipping Points in India

A recent report published by the United Nations highlights alarming concerns about the depletion of groundwater in the Indo-Gangetic basin, particularly in India. Titled...

Mars May Have Been a Planet of Rivers: New Insights from Curiosity Rover Data

New analysis of data from NASA's Curiosity rover is shedding light on Mars' geologic history. The findings suggest that much of the craters on...

The Vanishing Mountain Chicken Frogs: A Dire Conservation Challenge

The mountain chicken frog, named for its supposed chicken-like taste, was once an abundant and iconic species in Dominica. Thousands of these large amphibians...

Shoaib Akhtar Lauds Virat Kohli’s Pressure-Packed Performance in World Cup

Former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar showered praise on Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli for delivering an outstanding performance yet again when the stakes were...

Gaza Humanitarian Crisis: Water and Health Catastrophe Looms as Israeli Blockade Persists

WHO and other humanitarian aid organizations continuously calling about the Israel-Hamas’ war is tearing humanity apart and this war is being fought on many...

Magnitude 6.1 Earthquake Strikes Nepal, Epicenter Near Kathmandu

A magnitude 6.1 earthquake struck Nepal on Sunday. The earthquake's epicenter was near Dhading, located approximately 55 km (35 miles) west of Kathmandu. While...

Lebanese Army Blames Israel for Journalist’s Killing; Reuters Urges Israeli Probe

The Lebanese army has accused Israel of firing a missile that resulted in the death of a Reuters journalist in southern Lebanon. This incident...

Competitive Camaraderie: The Unique Relationship Between Indian and Pakistani Cricketers

In the world of sports, a peculiar phenomenon often emerges where fierce competitors not only coexist peacefully but genuinely relish each other's triumphs. Such...

What is Affiliate Marketing, its Role in Digital Era and What Does an Affiliate Marketer Do?

In the digital era, Affiliate marketing is a great way to generate some additional income. You can become an affiliate marketer and recommend other...

Monkey Receives Genetically Engineered Pig Kidney in Milestone for Xenotransplantation

A groundbreaking achievement in the field of xenotransplantation has brought hope for addressing the chronic human organ shortage. Researchers from the US biotech company...

India Celebrates Historic Achievement at 19th Asian Games with 100 Medals

In a momentous achievement, the Indian women's kabaddi team secured a gold medal by defeating Chinese Taipei at the 19th Asian Games in 2023....

Second edition of The Himalayan Film Festival concludes; short films ‘Taar’, ‘Thigspa’ win big

 The second edition of The Himalayan Film Festival (THFF) came to a spectacular close, celebrating the best of cinema from the Himalayan region. Short...

Air pollution Killing Millions of People every year globally: Biggest Enemy of Humans

In an alarming revelation, the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared that air pollution has evolved into a global public health emergency, causing over...

Bahrain Mourns Loss of Third Soldier in Houthi-Blamed Attack on Saudi Border

Bahrain has suffered a tragic loss, with the death toll of its soldiers rising to three in a recent attack attributed to Yemen's Houthi...

Record-Breaking Rainfall Paralyzes New York City: Flash Floods Disrupt Life in the Metropolitan Area

In a shocking turn of events, New York City found itself grappling with one of the wettest days in decades as torrential rain pounded...

India’s External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar Addresses Diplomatic Tensions with Canada

India's External Affairs Minister, S Jaishankar, has spoken out on the ongoing diplomatic tensions between India and Canada. Referring to recent incidents, including violence...

India Ageing Report 2023 Reveals Challenges and Opportunities in Elderly Care

New Delhi, India – UNFPA (United Nations Population Fund) India, in partnership with the International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), has unveiled the much-anticipated...

Scientists Develop Innovative Method to Measure Negative Pressure in Liquids

Researchers at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light (MPL) in Erlangen, Germany, have pioneered a groundbreaking method to measure negative pressure...

Earth’s Future: Up to 92% of Land May Become Uninhabitable for Mammals in 250 Million Years, Predicts Study

In a study published in Nature Geoscience, researchers predict that up to 92% of Earth's land could become uninhabitable for mammals in approximately 250...

NASA’s Osiris-Rex Capsule to Land with Largest Asteroid Samples Ever Collected

NASA's Osiris-Rex Capsule spacecraft is set to complete its seven-year voyage on Sunday, landing in the Utah desert with the largest asteroid samples ever...

BJP MP’s Ramesh Bidhuri Derogatory Remarks Elicit Strong Reactions and Demands for Action

The recent derogatory remarks made by BJP MP Ramesh Bidhuri against BSP's Danish Ali during a discussion in Lok Sabha have sparked outrage and...

United States Stands Firm with Canada in Pursuit of Justice Amidst Sikh Terrorist Allegations

In a resolute stance, American National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan has voiced the United States' profound concern regarding Canada's allegations of potential links between...

Punjab Gangster Sukha Duneke Reportedly Killed in Canada: Echoes of Hardeep Singh Nijjar’s Murder in Inter-Gang Warfare

Intelligence reports from Canada have suggested that Sukhdool Singh, also known as Sukha Duneke, a member of the Davinder Bambiha gang from Moga district,...

Black Holes’ Cosmic Delivery Service: Feasting Faster Than Expected

In a cosmic revelation that defies expectations, supermassive black holes may have an unforeseen delivery service for sustenance, allowing them to devour cosmic matter...

Delhi’s Healthcare Renaissance: MCD Announces ₹117 Crore for Over 1,700 Healthcare Projects

Mayor Shelly Oberoi has unveiled an ambitious plan to revamp healthcare facilities under the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD). In a significant announcement, Oberoi...

The Role of Propaganda Films in India’s Second Five-Year Plan

India's Second Five-Year Plan aimed to consolidate a "mixed economy" with both private and public sectors while moving towards a "socialistic pattern of society."...

India’s Parliamentary Journey: A Testament to Democratic Confidence, Says PM Narendra Modi

In a stirring address to the Lok Sabha, India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi celebrated the nation's parliamentary journey and the growing confidence of its...

NASA Unveils Captivating Solar Flare Image: The Sun’s Explosive Power on Display

NASA, the vanguard of space exploration, has once again dazzled the world with a remarkable image capturing our sun in the throes of a...

Cephalopods Research and Ethics: A New Chapter in Animal Welfare

In a pivotal development for animal welfare and scientific research ethics, cephalopods, including octopuses and squid, may soon receive the same legal protection as...

Rabindranath Tagore’s Santiniketan Attains UNESCO World Heritage Status officially

In a momentous occasion celebrated by India and its people, Santiniketan, the iconic university town nestled in the heart of West Bengal's Birbhum district,...

Balancing Act: Prioritizing Enjoyment and Independence Leads to Greater Happiness, Study Finds

A recent study led by Dr. Paul Hanel from the Department of Psychology has uncovered the significant impact of personal values on daily well-being....

AI-Powered Retinal Images Predict and Detect Multiple Diseases, Unleashing a New Era in Early Diagnosis

In a groundbreaking development for the world of medicine, scientists have harnessed the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to create an innovative tool called...

Scorching Reality: Summer of 2023 Breaks All Records, Searing Consequences for Our Planet

As the Earth completed its sizzling summer of 2023, the world stands witness to an unprecedented environmental milestone. NASA's Goddard Institute of Space Studies...

Explore the history and importance of Hindi Divas with Its Global Ranking

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The Nipah Virus infection: A Stealthy Killer with Alarming Symptoms and signs

Nipah virus infection in humans presents an unsettling array of clinical manifestations. Some individuals carry the virus without ever showing symptoms, silently harboring this...

Spiders: Silent Messengers of Mercury Contamination in Our Ecosystems

While many spiders patiently await their prey ensnared in webs, some arachnids near lakes and rivers have a unique diet - aquatic insects, such...

Red Fire Ants Invade Sicily: An Emerging Threat to Europe from aggressive nature and hazardous sting

In a startling development, the infamous red fire ants, scientifically known as Solenopsis invicta, have infiltrated the picturesque island of Sicily, Italy. This invasive...

Katrina Kaif: The Bollywood sensation belongs to Hong Kong and rock in India as a Bollywood Deva

Katrina Kaif, the ethereal Bollywood sensation, was born on July 16, 1983, in Hong Kong, to a Kashmiri father and a British mother. Her...

Nipah Virus Alert in Kerala: A Looming Threat and Vital Precautions

In a somber turn of events, the Kerala health department has issued a health alert in Kozhikode, casting a shadow of concern as two...

Five Asteroids on a Cosmic Close Call, NASA Reassures Earth’s Safety

The cosmic theater is set for a celestial spectacle as five asteroids, making their way through our cosmic neighborhood, are poised for close encounters...

Krishna Janmashtami 2023: Celebrating the Birth of Lord Krishna

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Sushmita Sen: The Graceful Journey of India’s First Miss Universe

Sushmita Sen, an epitome of grace, beauty, and resilience, is a name that resonates with elegance and success. Born on November 19, 1975, in...

Prime Minister Narendra Modi Visit to Indonesia to attend the 18th East Asia Summit and the 20th ASEAN-Indian Summit

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has landed in Indonesia, marking the commencement of a significant diplomatic visit to attend the 18th East Asia Summit and...

Growing Ties: North Korea and Russia’s Emerging Alliance Amidst Global Geopolitical Shifts

Recent developments point to a strengthening relationship between North Korea and Russia, with the possibility of a meeting between Kim Jong Un and Vladimir...

G20 Park in New Delhi: Celebrating Unity through Wildlife Sculptures

In a delightful fusion of art and international diplomacy, the New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) is set to inaugurate the G20 Park in Chanakyapuri...

Kareena Kapoor Khan: The Reigning Diva and fashion icon for youth of Bollywood

Kareena Kapoor Khan, born on September 21, 1980, in Mumbai, India, is an iconic figure in the world of Indian cinema. With her mesmerizing...

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan: The Enigmatic Beauty with a Timeless Legacy in Bollywood

Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, often referred to as the "Queen of Bollywood," is a name that resonates not only in the Indian film industry but...

IMD says Monsoon prepares for a powerful revival over the upcoming weekend in India

In the wake of India's historically parched August, which witnessed the driest conditions since 1901, a glimmer of hope shines through as the Southwest...

Toyota Accelerates Global Sales Surge to Record Heights Amidst Production Hiccups

Toyota Motor, the acclaimed leader in the automotive world, continues to chart an impressive trajectory as it reports an 8% surge in its global...

Disaster focus: 7.0 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Bali and Lombok Islands

In a heart-pounding awakening, a powerful earthquake measuring 7.0 magnitude rocked the depths of the sea north of Bali and Lombok islands in Indonesia...

Shah Rukh Khan’s ‘Jawan’: A Global Buzz and Anticipation Building Up Ahead of Trailer Launch

In the realm of cinematic excitement, Shah Rukh Khan's upcoming film "Jawan" is sparking a worldwide fervor. The trailer's impending unveiling is poised to...

Legal Battle at the Crossroads: Supreme Court’s Hearing on Krishna Janmabhoomi Demolition Plea

As the nation's attention turns to the halls of justice, the Supreme Court gears up for a pivotal hearing on a matter of profound...

India’s Interstellar Ambitions Soar: ISRO Chairman Envisions Bolder Interplanetary Missions for Progress

In a proclamation that has sent ripples of excitement through the nation, ISRO Chairman S Somanath revealed India's remarkable capabilities in the realm of...

Absence of a Global Figure: Vladimir Putin Opts Out of G20 Summit in New Delhi

In a surprising turn of events, Russian President Vladimir Putin has chosen not to grace the upcoming G20 summit in New Delhi with his...

Unleashing the Power of Digital Marketing: Igniting Business Growth in the Digital Age

Digital Marketing revolutionizing the way companies connect with their audience and drive growth. This innovative approach to marketing has redefined the rules of engagement,...

BRICS Alliance Expands: Six New Nations Join Bloc to Elevate the ‘Global South’ Agenda

The BRICS consortium has extended a coveted invitation to six nations, marking a significant expansion of the group's membership. The resounding call for unity...

Unveiling Hurriquake: The Phenomenon Born from the Marriage of Hurricanes and Earthquakes in California

In the wake of recent unprecedented weather phenomena in California, a captivating term has emerged, encapsulating the fusion of two extreme natural events -...

Revolutionizing Communication: Brain Computer Interface Enables Paralyzed Woman to Speak Through Digital Avatar

In a groundbreaking leap at the intersection of neuroscience and technology, a collaborative effort between researchers at UC San Francisco and UC Berkeley has...

G20’s Staggering $1.4 Trillion Allocation: Battling Fossil Fuel Subsidies Amidst Global Turmoil

In a surprising turn of events, G20 nations channeled an astronomical USD 1.4 trillion of public funds into bolstering fossil fuels throughout 2022. The...

Deloitte Unveils New Initiative Sets Stage for Technological Advancement Global Generative AI Market Incubator

In a significant stride towards nurturing innovation and fostering business growth, Deloitte has proudly introduced the Global Generative AI Market Incubator. With an overarching...

The Evolution of 3D Printing Technology: A Journey from the 1940s to Today

The world of technology has witnessed remarkable advancements over the decades, but few innovations have captured the imagination quite like 3D printing. From its...

Unlocking Minds: New Brain Scanning Technique poised to Revolutionize Psychiatric Treatments

In a groundbreaking leap for neuroscience, the enigma of psychiatric treatments is being unraveled by a trailblazing brain scanning innovation. Known as decoded neurofeedback...

Rahul Gandhi’s Reverent Tribute: Honoring Rajiv Gandhi at 14,270 Feet in Ladakh’s Serenity

In a touching display of remembrance and respect, senior Congress leader Rahul Gandhi embarked on a journey of tribute amidst the breathtaking landscapes of...

Unacademy’s Decision to Part Ways with Karan Sangwan: Exploring the Controversy

In a surprising turn of events, educational technology giant Unacademy recently made headlines for its decision to terminate its association with Karan Sangwan, a...

New study says India climate change may turn Thar desert green by century’s end

A study suggests that India's Thar Desert, known for its arid expanse, could undergo a transformational shift due to the effects of climate change,...

New study evaluates years of seismic data from around the world to pick out statistical patterns in forecasts and aftershocks

It is currently impossible to say when and where an earthquake might strike, but having a rough idea of ​​where it might strike could...

China launches Land Exploration-4 01 satellite high-orbit SAR satellite to boost disaster monitoring

The Long March-2B rocket carrying the Land Exploration-4 01 satellite will lift off from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center on August 13, 2023, early...

Sunny Deol: The dynamic journey of iconic super star win millions of Hearts

In the vast tapestry of Indian cinema one name resonates with raw energy, iconic dialogues and heartfelt performances, that of Sunny Deol. With a...

Korean IT firms are racing to survive in hyperscale artificial intelligence to revolutionize smartphones

 LG, KT, Naver, Kakao and other Korean tech companies have unveiled or are about to unveil their own hyperscale Artificial intelligence platforms in an...

China’s coast guard chases away Philippine vessels intruding into the waters of China’s Nansha Islands

While China and the Philippines are at loggerheads over the illegal shipment of construction supplies in the Philippines to China's Ren'ai Jiao (also known...

A guide to how China, the EU and the US manage artificial intelligence and it’s law

Regulation of artificial intelligence is critical,” Sam Altman, CEO of technology firm OpenAI, told US senators this May during hearings on artificial intelligence (AI)....

Hardik Pandya Unhappy with his team’s performance and said batsmen must take more responsibility

Unhappy with his team's display with the willow, Indian captain Hardik Pandya on Sunday said the batsmen must take more responsibility going forward. India...

Researchers modified commercial virtual reality headset to measure brain activity and study how we respond to external factors

Researchers modified a commercial virtual reality headset to measure brain activity and study how we respond to cues, stressors and other external forces. A...

Giant Sun’s solar shield reduces the amount of sunlight hitting Earth bound by an asteroid may help fight global warming

To help combat the effects of global warming, scientists have come up with an innovative idea to protect the Earth from the sun with...

Japan’s services sector grow slightly slower pace in July as new business growth moderated and cost pressures remained high

Japan's service sector activity grew at a slightly slower pace in July as new business growth eased and cost pressures remained high, but the...

Climate change is exacerbating water scarcity for billions of people around the world: Expansion of new and traditional solutions

This year's United Nations water conference the first in nearly 50 years failed to produce a binding agreement. However, this event that took place...

Taiwan has three laws governing sexual harassment: Amends laws on sexual harassment after recent #MeToo wave

Taiwan amended three laws governing sexual harassment in a special session of the legislature, after a wave of #MeToo accusations hit the island in...

Bigg Boss OTT 2: Pooja Bhatt recalls her divorce as her ‘lowest phase’ and shares how she regained the confidence

Pooja Bhatt said that her divorce was the lowest phase of her life and added that she does not blame her ex-husband at all...

Indian Society is moving towards Gender equality: The Impacts of the legal framework, laws in Action Vs Reality

Gender equality in India is a multifaceted pressing issue in Indian society. It is an ongoing social and cultural issue that revolves around achieving...

Earth is heading towards “Global Boiling” an ending in the era of Global Warming: António Guterres, UN Secretary General

The era of global warming is over and "the era of global boiling has dawned," UN Secretary General António Guterres said after scientists confirmed...

Former US President Donald Trump is facing a new indictment in the documents case, accused of endangering national security

Former US President Donald Trump faced fresh accusations Thursday that he tried to obstruct an investigation into the mishandling of top-secret documents by trying...

Sharmila Tagore: The Iconic Jewel of Indian Cinema

Indian cinema has been blessed with numerous luminous stars who have not only graced the silver screen but have also left an indelible mark...

Archaeologists uncovered a 6,500-year-old mystery of a prehistoric family mapped by ancient DNA

In the mid-2000s, archaeologists excavating a burial ground in France uncovered a 6,500-year-old mystery. Among the remains of more than 120 individuals, one grave...

Discovery of Radioactivity by Henri Becquerel: A paradigm shift in particle physics and developing atomic bombs, Opening the nuclear Pandora’s box

Role of Henri Becquerel in Discovering Radioactivity and Pioneering Nuclear Science Henri Becquerel was a renowned French physicist who played a pivotal role in the...

Opposition said the INDIA alliance will use the no-confidence motion as a tool to target Manipur

The opposition parties' proposed no-confidence motion will not necessarily pass the test of numbers, but the opposition parties say they will win the battle...

NASA shares stunning image of ‘Necklace Nebula’, orbiting Sun-like stars 15,000 light-years away

The space agency NASA routinely captures stunning images of our universe, leaving space enthusiasts enthralled. NASA's Instagram handle is a treasure trove for those...

Research shows that woodworking techniques of 300,000 year old humans were more advanced

The most recent analysis of a double-pronged wooden throwing stick found three decades ago in Schrödinger, Germany, shows that it was scraped, seasoned and...

California nodule plant, Acmispon strigosus and a set of eight compatible nitrogen fixing bacterial strains

A team led by scientists from the University of California, Riverside, set up experiments to answer these questions and better understand the competition process....

Heavy Monsoon Rains: ICSE and CBSE Schools Shut in Four Kerala Districts -Wayanad, Kozhikode, Kannur, and Malappuram

A holiday has been declared for all schools and colleges in four districts of Kerala on Tuesday as the India Meteorological Department (IMD) has...

Oppenheimer: Unveiling the Hidden Role in the Second World War

The story of J. Robert Oppenheimer, a brilliant physicist, and his contribution to the Second World War is one of those extraordinary tales that...

New study revel risk of dementia associated with blood protein imbalance in middle age

The study which followed thousands of people over the age of 25, identified proteins linked to the development of dementia if their levels are...

IMD issued a fresh weather warning for the next five days due to cyclonic circulation

As several states continued to reel from heavy monsoon rains, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) issued a fresh weather warning for the next five...

Disaster Focus: TROPICS NASA offers more views on intensifying hurricanes & more about the structure intensity

NASA new storm observing satellites have collected first glimpses of hurricanes, offering scientists a new tool for understanding the inner workings of storms on...

Actor Prabhas Starrer Prashanth Neel Film Beats RRR get US Screenings

Prabhas starrer Salaar is garnering a lot of attention and fan attention especially after the teaser was released. After the Adipurush debacle, Prabhas' fans...

Plastic Pollution: How Plastics Affect Our Environment

Plastic hailed as a revolutionary material & has become an integral part of our daily lives. Its versatility, durability and economy have led to...

The impact of artificial intelligence and virtual reality: How artificial intelligence and VR are transforming society and their long-term effects

The convergence of artificial intelligence (AI) and virtual reality (VR) technologies has led to a profound transformation in various aspects of society. AI's ability...

Amitabh Bachchan: A Living Legend in Indian Cinema

Amitabh Bachchan, the name of charisma, talent, and unparalleled stardom, is an icon of Indian cinema. With a career spanning over five decades, Amitabh...

NASA unveiled a stunning image of the Rho Ophiuchi on First anniversary of the James Webb Space Telescope

To commemorate the James Webb Space Telescope's first year of science, NASA unveiled a stunning new image of star formation on Wednesday. From our...

WHO says sweetener aspartame is a “possible carcinogen” but consumption at agreed levels remains safe

The sweetener aspartame is a "possible carcinogen" but consumption at agreed levels remains safe, two groups linked to the World Health Organization (WHO) said...

Rohit and Jaiswal achieved an impressive record previously held by Virender Sehwag and Wasim Jaffer

After three fantastic Test matches between India and Australia in The Ashes, Test cricket is witnessing a rather one-sided match in Dominica where Rohit...

Europe seen more than 60,000 heat-related deaths in the summer of 2022: New Report

Europe is estimated to have seen more than 60,000 heat-related deaths in the summer of 2022, according to new research published in the journal...

World Meteorological Organization says that July week break all records of heat wave

The start of July was the hottest week on record, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said on Monday. This is followed by the warmest...

Researchers progress in confirming the source of dust in early galaxies and two Type II supernovae

Researchers using NASA's James Webb Space Telescope have made major progress in confirming the source of dust in early galaxies. Observations of two Type...

India’s Missile Man: APJ Abdul kalam and his contribution to the Space and Defense Sector

APJ Abdul Kalam, popularly known as the "Missile Man of India," was a visionary scientist, leader, and former President of India. His remarkable contributions...

Rare NYT praise for India’s space program

The New York Times praised India's ambitious space program and said the country, which is currently witnessing an "explosive" growth of space technology start-ups,...

The World Population day and its history with objectives

World Population Day is an annual event observed on July 11th to raise awareness about global population issues and their impact on social, economic,...

A little moment: – Story of becoming Mahatma Gandhi

Mahatma Gandhi also known as Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, was one of the most influential leaders of the 20th century. His nonviolent philosophy and approach...

Bharat to India: The Journey of Great Land and Personalities

India, known as Bharat in its ancient roots, is a land that has witnessed a remarkable journey of transformation. From its ancient civilization and...

India ensuring that net zero carbon fuels account for 5% of the marine fuel mix by 2030

India on Monday asked the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to focus on a realistic target of ensuring that net zero carbon fuels account for...

The ring world of Saturn captures by James Webb Space Telescope in first near-infrared observation of the Saturn

On June 25, 2023, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope turned to the known ringed world Saturn for the first near-infrared observation of the planet....

In rural India, the summer heat can be deadly, 11,000 people have died during heat waves this century

With sirens blaring, Sunil Kumar Naik's ambulance tore through the dry and rocky landscape ravaged by the dangerous midday heat and rushed to check...

Indian Government’s Initiatives on Pollution Control in Delhi: A Step Towards Cleaner Air

Delhi, the capital city of India, has long been grappling with severe air pollution, which poses significant health risks and adversely impacts the quality...

PM Shri Narendra Modi approved the introduction of the National Research Foundation bill 2023

The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi today approved the introduction of the National Research Foundation (NRF) Bill, 2023 in the...

South Korean selected a conservative scholar and outspoken critic of North Korea’s human rights

South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol on Thursday selected a conservative scholar and outspoken critic of North Korea's human rights record as the country's...

Japan says it will work on G7 to deal with the situation and put “serious emphasis” on development confidence

After a brief uprising in Russia, the Japanese government said on Monday it would work with other Group of Seven (G7) countries to deal...

Iran met European Union mediator Enrique Mora in Qatar as part of efforts to revive its nuclear deal

Iran met European Union mediator Enrique Mora in Qatar as part of efforts to revive its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, as Tehran...

BJP targeted Rahul Gandhi for his alleged mysterious foreign trips

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday targeted Rahul Gandhi for his alleged mysterious foreign trips after reports suggested that the former Congress chief...

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Neurogenesis, or the development of nerve cells from stem cells, begins in the fetus in the 5th week of pregnancy and is almost complete...

Indian Army gets teeth with F-414 engines and deterrence with MQ-9B drones

The Narendra Modi government's decision to approve a three-service proposal to acquire 31 MQ 9-Predator B armed drones from the US on the eve...

NASA new X-plane aims to inform a potential new generation of more sustainable single-aisle aircraft

NASA and Boeing said Monday that the plane, built as part of the agency's Sustainable Flight Demonstrator project, has been designated the X-66A by...

Artificial intelligence will not gain human knowledge unless it is connected to robots

The study found that artificial intelligence (AI) systems are unlikely to reach human cognition unless they are connected to the real world through robots...

Green algae salad species in the Baltic Sea and Skagerak is significantly growth in numbers

The number of green algae salad species in the Baltic Sea and Skagerak is significantly higher than previously thought. After scientists from the University...

Odisha will purchase 600 MW of wind power from SECI under Tranche – XIII Scheme of ISTS

Solar Energy Corporation of India Limited (SECI), Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India has signed a Power Sale Agreement (PSA) with...

Pakistan increased defense spending by 15.5%, poor masses in the form of rampant inflation hike

Cash-strapped Pakistan on Friday increased defense spending by 15.5 percent, allocating more than Rs1.8 trillion, as the government unveiled a budget of R14.4 trillion...

Young chimpanzees and humans learn to communicate in the same way

A fascinating breakthrough in animal psychology has revealed that young chimpanzees combine various gestures, vocalizations and facial expressions in a way that resembles the...

How studying poo can help us increase the white rhinos population

North Carolina State University researchers have identified significant differences in the gut microbiome of female southern white rhinos that breed successfully in captivity compared...

Jacinda Ardern won New Zealand’s highest honor for leadership during the COVID, mosque attack

Former prime minister Jacinda Ardern received one of New Zealand's highest honors on Monday, recognizing her efforts in leading the country through the COVID-19...

Did you know that you can make a speaker by ionizing the air using wires?

Did you know that you can make a speaker by ionizing the air using wires? Simply put, creating an electric field strong enough to...

World’s scientists combine genome sequencing of more than 800 individuals from 233 species of primates

Two new researches carried out by the world's scientists combine the genome sequencing of more than 800 individuals from 233 species of primates, covering...

Congress finalizes 24 names for Karnataka cabinet expansion and take oath in May 27

After days of hectic deliberations, the Congress party has finalized the list of 24 Karnataka MLAs who will be sworn in as ministers in...

Jefferies Chris Wood says India’s “mini-demonetisation” has no monetary policy implications

India's "mini-demonetisation" through the withdrawal of Rs 2,000 notes has no monetary policy implications but may be politically motivated, said Jefferies Chris Wood. Wood said...

India’s Adani Group investing up to $3 billion in seaport and renewable energy projects in Vietnam

India's Adani Group is exploring the possibility of investing up to $3 billion in seaport and renewable energy projects in Vietnam, the Vietnamese government...

Neeraj Chopra become javelin king & get World No.1 Men’s Javelin in Athletics

Olympic champion Neeraj Chopra became world number one for the first time in his career in the latest men's javelin rankings released by World...

NASA select Blue Origin of Kent to develop the human landing system for Artemis V mission to the moon

NASA has selected Blue Origin of Kent, Washington, to develop the human landing system for the agency's Artemis V mission to the moon. Through...

Shocking Mysterious story: Pyramids discover under Antarctic ice

In 2023, a groundbreaking discovery was made in the frozen tundra of Antarctica a series of pyramids hidden under thick layers of ice. The...

New metric proposed by scientists may help quantify images of Sun from telescopes

How far have we peered into the Sun, our nearest star? A new metric proposed by scientists may help quantify the quality of images...

Six years later, ₹2,000 notes to be withdrawn, notes exchanged up to a limit of ₹20,000 at a time

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Friday announced the withdrawal of ₹2,000 notes from circulation, advised people to exchange or save the notes...

PWD drainage master plan for the Najafgarh basin in Delhi for clean environment

The Public Works Department (PWD) appointed a consultant earlier this week to draw up a drainage master plan for the Najafgarh basin in Delhi,...

Myanmar hit with cyclone & million live in sprawling camps in neighboring Bangladesh

Aid organizations were awaiting permission from Myanmar's military rulers on Wednesday to enter areas of Rakhine state devastated by a deadly cyclone three days...

The world’s best chemical weapons detectives have just opened a brand new lab

The international organization that has banned chemical weapons is expected to celebrate its first major milestone sometime this year - the complete destruction of...

Blazar located 950 million light years from Earth reached its maximum brightness

BL Lacertae (BL Lac), a blazar located about 950 million light years from Earth and discovered almost a century ago, has been found to...

Dr Jitendra Singh talking about India’s space journey & StartUp revolution to over 90,000 with over 100 unicorns

Union Minister of State for Science and Technology; Minister of State for Earth Sciences; MoS PMO, Personnel, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space,...

PM Shri Narendra Modi distribute around 71,000 appointment letters to newly recruits

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi will distribute around 71,000 appointment letters to the newly recruited recruits on 16 May 2023 at 10:30 AM through...

Depression affects millions of people worldwide as a result of psychological stress

Depression affects millions of people worldwide as a result of psychological stress. Most antidepressants, on the other hand, are slow-acting, prone to resistance, and...

S Jaishankar arrived in Stockholm on his first visit to Sweden as Foreign Minister

The Indo-Pacific is a complex and differentiated landscape that can best be understood through greater engagement, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said here on...

Vikram Sarabhai: A Pioneer in the Indian Space Sector

Vikram Ambalal Sarabhai, known as the father of India's space program, was an eminent physicist and industrialist who played a key role in shaping...

Algorithm developed with AI used by doctors to diagnose heart attacks

An algorithm developed with the help of artificial intelligence could soon be used by doctors to diagnose heart attacks, according to new research from...

People with sleep apnea who spend less time in deep sleep have brain health problems

A new study shows that people with sleep apnea who spend less time in deep sleep are more likely to develop brain health problems...

List of destination you can visit on summer in India

India is a vast and diverse country with many popular summer destinations. Here are some destinations you might like: 1. Hill station: India has many...

Dr Jitendra Singh says this is the best time for Indian startups, innovators and the scientific fraternity

Union Minister of State for Science and Technology Dr Jitendra Singh said that it is the best time for Indian startups, innovators and the...

Earth’s iron depleted continental crust is not due to crystallization of the mineral garnet

A new study attempted to determine understanding of Earth's crust by testing and debunking one popular hypothesis about why continental crust is lower in...

Here are some signs of personal growth to be proud of

The path of personal growth is slow and long. When we choose to invest in our own growth and put ourselves before others, we...

The study provides new clues about the rise of Earth’s continents

Continents are part of what makes Earth uniquely habitable for life among the planets of the solar system, yet surprisingly little is understood about...

Mutations in the Foxp2 gene have been linked to apraxia & disrupt the development of dendrites

Mutations in the Foxp2 gene have been linked to apraxia, a speech disorder that makes it difficult to produce sound sequences. A recent study...

Glaciers melting at an unprecedented rate due to climate change in the European Alps face widespread habitat loss

With glaciers melting at an unprecedented rate due to climate change, invertebrates that live in cold meltwater rivers in the European Alps will face...

Neeraj Chopra won the Doha Diamond League title with best throw 88.67 m

Neeraj Chopra opened the season with a blistering throw of 88.67m to win the Doha Diamond League on Friday. Although still short of 90...

Cigarette butts release thousands of deadly toxins into the environment

 Many smokers and non-smokers are familiar with the musty smell of old cigarette butts that litter sidewalks, bus stops and beaches around the world....

After the end of ice age, the ice sheet of West Antarctica retreated far inland and regained from

New research has found that 6,000 years ago, the edge of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet may have been grounded as much as 250...

Ajay Banga nominated for the post of president of the World Bank by US President Joe Biden

Ajay Banga, an Indian-American and former CEO of Mastercard, was named the 14th president of the World Bank on Wednesday. His term, which begins...

New low cost star sensor launched by ISRO on board PSLV C-55 was launched by astronomers

Recently, a new low cost star sensor launched by ISRO on board PSLV C-55 was launched by astronomers. The sensors installed on the PSLV...

BJP targets 4 million seats for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Mann ki Baat’

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has made massive arrangements for the 100th episode of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Mann ki Baat' to air on...

Freedom fighter Jatin Das role and struggle in independence of India

Jatin Das was a prominent revolutionary and freedom fighter in the Indian independence movement. He was born on October 27, 1904 in Calcutta, India...

Meet India’s first cloned gir cow ganga and learn about cloning technology

President Droupadi Murmu on Monday visited the National Dairy Research Institute in Karnal, Haryana where she met 'Ganga', India's first cloned Gir cow. Ganga...

Shockingly Twitter remove more than 6.5 million pieces of content & blog post

Twitter says it required users to remove more than 6.5 million pieces of content in the first half of 2022 before billionaire Elon Musk...

Tamil Nadu state passes a bill for worker to work 12 hours in factories & now workers on strike

According to the latest government statement says, southern Indian state of Tamil Nadu passed a bill that would have allowed a 12 hour of...

North Dakota encountered legal problems & now took strict action against abortion law

North Dakota passed one of the nation's strictest anti abortion law on Monday when Republican Government Doug Burgum signed a law banning the procedure...

India and China held high level military talks aims at solving issues over ladakh border

India and China on Sunday held a fresh round of high level military talks aimed at resolving remaining issues in eastern Ladakh as the...

India has enough domestic resources to finance its growth without relying on foreign capital

India has enough domestic resources to finance its growth without relying on foreign capital, but it needs to allocate savings more prudently than non...

ISRO release the Indian Space Policy 2023 guidelines and rules for the Indian space ecosystem

After much anticipation and a series of consultations and feedback from various stakeholders, India has finally released its much-awaited policy establishing guidelines and rules...

Memory problems can predict the risk of developing cognitive impairment years later

Researchers have revealed how a simple test in people without thinking or memory problems can predict the risk of developing cognitive impairment years later. Ellen...

Species of Hanuman bird found after 86 years & Scientists use to conserve it protect

Hanuman plover re established as a species after 86 years, scientists say. The Hanuman plover, native to India and Sri Lanka, has been re-established...

 7 worst years for melting polar ice caps and ice loss occurred during the last decade

Seven of the worst years for polar glacier melt and ice loss have occurred over the past decade, with 2019 being the worst year...

Scientists identify relationship between the human mind and body

The relationship between the human mind and body is a topic that has challenged great thinkers for millennia, including the philosophers Aristotle and Descartes....

NASA release the Planetary Defense Agency’s strategy to protect Earth

Cover of NASA's Planetary Defense Strategy and Action Plan, featuring images of the Double-Asteroid Redirection Test spacecraft, concept illustrations of the Near Earth Object...

NASA’s strategy for lunar and Mars exploration and codify the supporting architecture

As NASA creates a blueprint for human exploration of the entire solar system for the benefit of humanity, the agency released the results of...

UN is warning governments that disaster risks are “spinning out of control” because lessons are being ignored

The United Nations has urged governments around the world to learn how to respond to disaster as it warns that action to better protect...

IMD reports alert that Heat Wave Warning in 9 states with highest the temperature 45°C

The Met office has issued an orange alert for dangerously high temperature & heat wave in three states, West Bengal, Bihar and Andhra Pradesh,...

Japan, South Korea & US began a trilateral missile defense exercise in international waters

South Korea, the United States and Japan began a trilateral missile defense exercise in international waters of the East Sea on Monday, Seoul's navy...

Shehnaaz Gill claimed to be ‘least paid’ celebrity on Bigg Boss 13 and highest paid after leaving show

Shehnaaz Gill said her payment was the "lowest" on Bigg Boss 13 when she participated in the reality show hosted by Salman Khan. She...

New theory reveal that water arrived on Earth from our deep space and asteroid impacts were also responsible for it

Recent study says Earth's water may have formed as a result of chemical interactions between hydrogen-rich atmospheres and magmatic oceans during planet formation. This...

China attempt to take control of Taiwan & says that Germany will support the peaceful reunification with Taiwan

China top diplomat Wang Yi "hopes and believes" that Germany will support China's "peaceful reunification" with Taiwan, China's foreign ministry said in a statement...

India Meteorological Department (IMD) says 70% chance of El Nino developing this monsoon

There is almost a 70% chance this monsoon will develop into an El Nino, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said, raising fears that the...

New study finds that children judge Alexa more human than Roomba

 A new study by Duke developmental psychologists asked kids just that, as well as how smart and responsive they thought the Alexa smart speaker...

More than 1100 years old Tamil inscription talks about democratic processes in India

 Claiming that India is the world's oldest democracy with numerous historical references to democratic principles, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said a more...

Chinese President Xi jinping emphasizes the need to deepen military training preparation

Chinese President Xi Jinping inspected his country's Southern Theater Command on Tuesday and stressed the need to deepen military training and preparation, state media...

Older adults perceive AI as more human than younger adults

Artificial intelligence is becoming more and more widespread in our everyday life. Although these technologies primarily help us, they can sometimes be used in...

Migratory birds can partially compensate for climate change

Habitat degradation caused by climate change is wreaking havoc with bird migration dates. According to a new study, birds may partially compensate for these...

NASA Mars Habitat: Volunteers will live inside a 1,700-square-foot house “Mars Dune Alpha”

Four small rooms, a gym and lots of red sand - NASA on Tuesday unveiled its new Mars simulation habitat, where volunteers will live...

Climate change makes India’s 46 major hydroelectric dams more vulnerable due to flooding risks

Climate change can significantly alter hydropower generation capacity. study examined hydroelectric dams in the country. The study expected increase in rainfall and warming, the...

Do you know that teenagers who trust social media information find it less stressful

 Teens' trust in the news they read on social media or the lack of it may be critical in determining whether it adds to...

Studying the dust produced by “blinking” stars could shed light on the formation of planets

Astronomers have discovered a correlation between the varying dust intensity of asymptotic giant stars (AGB), a type of stars slightly larger and older than...

Scientists are developing eco friendly 3D printed polymer parts from terrestrial insects

An international team, including scientists from India, has successfully developed a method of using a compound from terrestrial insects to produce eco-friendly parts from...

Delhi air quality worsens to ‘poor’ category and records hottest day of season at 34.8°C

After weeks of relief, the summer heat seems to have finally settled in Delhi with the city's maximum temperature reaching 34.8 degrees Celsius on...

PM Narendra Modi release report says tiger population has decline in Jharkhand, Odisha, Chhattisgarh, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana

Tiger population has declined in the Western Ghats, a biodiversity hotspot that has not yet been declared an ecologically sensitive zone, according to the...

UK research shows the lizard Tyrannosaurus giant teeth covered by scaly lips

Imagine Tyrannosaurus rex, the wild one, but one of the most popular dinosaurs. Most people probably imagine a scaly giant with huge fangs that...

NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope has captured a stunning image of the solar system’s other ice giant

Footsteps of the Neptune image released in 2022, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope has captured a stunning image of the solar system's other ice...

Early menopause without hormone treatment may put Alzheimer’s at risk

Women are more likely than men to develop Alzheimer's disease (AD), with women accounting for two-thirds of the population living with AD. A new...

India in top three markets for Microsoft’s new Bing preview which incorporates ChatGPT

Microsoft launched a new preview of Bing on February 7 with support for ChatGPT. Microsoft led by Indian-American CEO Satya Nadella. ChatGPT is an...

 Obstructive sleep apnea and early cognitive decline has been found

Researchers have shown that obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) causes early cognitive decline in middle-aged men, even in otherwise healthy and non-obese patients. An international...

Worm study paves way for healthy aging amid global warming

Scientists are harnessing the ability of the worm nervous system protein NPR-8 to control the expression of collagen, the primary building block of skin,...

India currently has a total renewable energy capacity of 168.96 GW

The government has decided to invite tenders for 50 GW of renewable energy capacity annually for the next five years, i.e. from financial year...

Did you know that smartwatches may predict higher risk of heart failure

Wearable gadgets such as smartwatches could be used to predict a higher risk of developing heart failure and abnormal heart rhythms in later life,...

Researchers found increased emissions of five ozone depleting chlorofluorocarbons

The Montreal Protocol, which banned most uses of ozone depleting chemicals known as chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) and called for their global phase-out by 2010, was...

Brain circuits associated with habit light up in people with eating disorders

Brain scans of people with binge eating disorder or bulimia show altered activity in areas associated with habit formation and suggest new treatment options...

Donald Trump says “Our country is going to hell” to a crowd of supporters who clapped in support

Former US President Donald Trump has pleaded not guilty to 34 counts of falsifying business records in a New York court. Addressing supporters at...

Strange radio signals detected from Earth-like planet could be magnetic field necessary for life

On Earth, we often take our planet's magnetic field for granted. It protects living creatures from the sun's rays, draws compass needles to the...

The study provides new insight into the part of the brain that provides a sense of direction

 Using the latest advances in brain imaging techniques, scientists have gained new insights into the part of the brain that gives us a sense...

Hong Kong rejects US report criticizing crackdown on freedoms

 Hong Kong on Saturday "strongly rejected" findings in a new US government report that said US interests had been threatened and that Beijing continued...

China to scrutinize US chip maker Micron’s products for cybersecurity risks

China's cyberspace regulator will conduct a cybersecurity review of products sold in the country by US memory chip maker Micron Technology regulator said on...

Scientist found a protein that repairs cardiac injury using cellular reprogramming after an attack

The ability of the body's cells to 'turn on' and 'turn off' selected genes and change what they do. Scientists have identified a group...

Japan to curb exports of chip-making equipment as it adapts to US China restrictions

 Japan announced on Friday that it would limit exports of 23 types of semiconductor manufacturing equipment, aligning its technology trade controls with US pressure...