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Here Are Some Educational Podcasts For You This Teacher’s Day

Whether in learning a new language, brushing up on some science, really understanding politics, or even delving into philosophy - this Teachers' Day, be...

We Have Learnt Some Tough Lessons in the Year 2020: President Kovind

"We have learnt some tough lessons in the year 2020," said President Ram Nath Kovind in his address to the nation on the eve...

ESO Takes First Picture of Another Solar System

The European Southern Observatory has released the first image ever captured by a telescope of multiple planets orbiting around a sun-like star, just like...

Learn About NASA’s New ‘Robot Hotel’

Two NASA astronauts have installed a tools storage unit, dubbed robot hotel, to the outside of the International Space Station, freeing up living space...

Astrophysicists Unveil Biggest-Ever 3D Map of the Universe

Astrophysicists on Monday published the largest-ever 3D map of the Universe, the result of an analysis of more than 4 million galaxies and ultra-bright,...

Scientists Find One of Earth’s Blackest Materials on a Fish

Researchers have discovered one of the blackest materials on Earth – material that reflects less than .5 percent of the light that hits it...

International Satellite Providing Most Accurate Sea Level Data Completes Testing

An international satellite that will collect the most accurate data yet on sea levels around the world, a key indicator of how Earth's warming...

Education: The Aptitude Decides Stream or Stream Decides Aptitude?

By Muskan Bhatnagar Here we are again, it’s that time of the year when school students are promoted to the next grade. While 10th...

Google Researches About Remote Communication Among Workers

As millions across the globe work remotely via video calls, most of them miss in-person, face-to-face conversations in offices and there is nothing wrong...

Science Behind Practising These Hindu Rituals

By Kanan Parmar We live in a world now called the “modern” era. The only problem with the modern generation is that they regard old...

Snakes, Science and Meditation- What is The Correlation? Find it Out Here

By Dr. Bharti Raizada Snake brain lacks limbic system and cortex. Therefore, snakes cannot think and cannot have emotions. This means that a snake will...

NASA Selects Masten Space Systems To Deliver 8 Polaroids To Moon’s South Pole

NASA has selected a California-based company called Masten Space Systems to deliver and operate eight payloads to the Moon's South Pole in 2022, to...

Uranus Got Unusual Properties Because of Ancient Icy Impact: Study

 Early in the history of our solar system, Uranus was struck by a small icy planet -- roughly 1-3 times the mass of the...

The Positive Effect of COVID-19 Lockdown on Earth

The COVID-19 lockdowns globally have not only made air breathable or rivers clean but have also resulted in the way our Earth moves, as...

NASA Plans To Unveil New Mission For Studying The Causes of Solar Particle Storms

NASA is planning to launch a new mission to study how the Sun generates and releases giant space weather storms -- known as solar...

“Coronavirus isn’t Created in Lab, it Has Natural Origin”, Says Scientists

Ending speculations about deliberate genetic engineering of new coronavirus, scientists from the Scripps Research Institute, a non-profit research organization, have claimed that the COVID-19...

Earth’s Mantle May Have Generated its Early Magnetic Field: Research

Where did our planet's magnetic field come from? According to new research, Earth's mantle, not its core, may have generated planet's early magnetic field. The...

NASA Selects Two Prime Investigations For Upcoming Moon Mission

NASA has selected the first two scientific investigations that will support its upcoming mission to Moon. While one will observe space weather, the other...

Oceans Covered Whole of The Earth 3.2 Billion Years Ago, Says Study

 Early Earth, home to some of our planet's first lifeforms, may have been a real-life "waterworld" without a continent in sight- a discovery that...

NASA Aims to Understand More About Venus, Moons of Jupiter and Neptune

NASA is funding studies that aim to understand more about Venus, Jupiter's moon Io and a unique and highly active icy moon of Neptune,...

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Bollywood Films Slated to Release on OTT Platforms in Coming Months

Superstar Akshay Kumar is leading the trend of booking festival dates to release films on digital platforms, with direct-to-OTT films emerging as top trend...