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ISRO Chief Kiran Kumar is thrilled to create India’s own space shuttle

The stepping stones of ISRO (Indian space research organisation) were laid by none other than our own beloved Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. After deploying...

‘ET Comes Home’: NASA’s fuel tank takes a street ride to LA museum

By Archita Aggarwal A giant orange NASA fuel tank began its final journey on Saturday, along city streets to a Los Angeles science center where...

Russia, European Union launch ExoMars mission to find life on Mars

Scientists have spent five decades sending spacecrafts to Mars in search of life. The missions to the Red Planet have successfully discovered the presence...

India among nations most prone to cyberattacks

Washington: A new report ranking various nation's vulnerability to cyberattacks placed India among the countries most vulnerable to cyberattacks. Data-mining experts from the University of Maryland and...

NASA Targets May 2018 Launch of Mars InSight Mission

NASA's Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport (InSight) mission to study the deep interior of Mars is targeting a new launch...

Explained: Physics related to everyday life

By Aakash Sinha When I was a child, many unusual questions used to trigger my mind, some I got the answers and rest are still...

NASA denies of awarding any internship to Indian teen

Kolkata: US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) denied the claim of an Indian girl named Sataparna Mukherjee. She had claimed that she is selected...

Education and dreams on wheels: Mobile Science Laboratory

By Misbah Khan Even in the twenty-first century, a large number of Children in India do not have the access to basic education. Children who...

Former ISRO Scientist: ‘International conspiracy’ halted India’s leap into space

Bengaluru: The indigenous cryogenic engine which was put on the pedestal last Friday for the third time by ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization) in a...

Court yet to decide, Sci-Hub stays or not

 New York: Well, the site – Sci-Hub which ran successfully till now is questioned. This site was established by a neuroscientist Alexandra Elbakyan, who after...

Why comets appear black? Indian-led scientists’ group finally finds answer

Bengaluru: A study by an international team from Europe and the US led by an Indian planetary scientist has resolved one of the mysteries...

Study shows why it is tough to learn new language for some

New Delhi: A study done at the McGill University in Canada revealed why it is easy for some people to learn a foreign language...

Mangal Singh-the turbine-ator

New Delhi: What is taught to children in schools? Be innovative and creative. Find new things, use your mind, ask questions. Mangal Singh, a farmer-scientist...

Remembering Y Subbarao on his birthday

New Delhi: Today is the 121st birth anniversary of one of finest Indian scientists Yellapragada Subbarao. He is best known for the development of methotrexate...

World Science Day for Peace and Development celebrated in Kolkata

Kolkata: The World Science Day for Peace and Development is celebrated worldwide every year on this day. The Guru Nanak Institute of Pharmaceutical Science...

Sanskrit as a link language for imparting scientific knowledge

By Nithin Sridhar A language is the backbone of a nation, its identity, heritage, and culture. This is so because, a language acts as a...

Scientists hopeful of ‘full-length single chain’ AIDS vaccine

NewsGram Staff Writer Robert Gallo, the scientist who first proved in 1984 that HIV triggered the disease AIDS, is again all set to begin the...

Scientists develop device to turn breaths into words

By NewsGram Staff Writer London: A team of Scientists from London, which includes an Indian doctor, has developed a machine which can help patients with...

ISS Astronauts Await Science Cargo Aboard Japanese Spacecraft

By NewsGram Staff Writer Six crew members onboard the International Space Station (ISS) are waiting for more than 4,000 kg of research and supplies set...

Scientists develop eco-friendly material, possible substitute for plastics

By Sahana Ghosh Kolkata: Indian scientists have created an environmentally-friendly material from renewable natural marine resources that could eventually replace the fossil fuel-derived plastics commonly used...

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Bhagavad Gita: Here is the Collection of Sanskrit Verses from Dhyana Yoga

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Facebook Produces 600 Homes, 70% Reserved for Low-Income Residents

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Google, IBM, Microsoft AI Datasets Show Gender Bias

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