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BP launches operations to check oil slick
May 11, 2010
BP has restarted operations to stream dispersants directly into the main Gulf of Mexico oil leak despite fears the ch ...
Ultraviolet rays among hazards of working in Antarctic
November 18, 2009
Overexposure to ultraviolet
is among the hazards of working in the harsh Antarctic environs, says a new study.
Sun leaves Earth 'wide open to cosmic rays’
June 28, 2009
The sun, a star at the centre of the solar system, is known to provide ideal conditions for life to thrive on Earth. But ...
NASA launches spacecraft to study solar wind
October 20, 2008
NASA has launched its Interstellar Boundary Explorer (Ibex) to examine the weakening solar wind, which shields planets i ...
'McCain embracing harmful policies'
August 9, 2008
Barack Obama accuses Republican rival John McCain of embracing Bush administration policies that he said shortchange Ame ...
Some HIV vaccines likely to cause harm
November 16, 2007
According to a US study a new vaccine developed to combat the human immunodeficiency virus may in fact prove harmfu ...
Saddam says no to biopsy
July 30, 2004
Blood tests and x-
carried out by American doctors on deposed Iraqi dictator Saddam have ruled out chances of him ha ...
Ozone may provide cure for some ailments
February 19, 2010
Ozone, known to protect us from ultraviolet
, could soon be tamed to help cure few diseases too. Trials in different ...
Harmful bacteria found in milk
May 27, 2011
Milk from animals in many parts of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh has been found to be carrying dangerous bacteria that ...
Troops cut in Kashmir will be harmful, BJP tells Antony
July 28, 2007
BJP asks the Defence Minister not to go in for troops reduction in J&K, saying such a step would be
for the ...
Rays of hope in state of turmoil
August 20, 2008
At least 65 people were injured and some vehicles, government buildings and banks were damaged in fresh violence since T ...
Wear protective sunglasses, not just for style
June 22, 2007
Fashionable sunglasses offer little protection from
of the sun and people using sunglasses just for ...
Pakistani authority places ads for misplaced nuclear material
May 3, 2007
Pakistan's Nuclear Regulatory Authority published quarter-page ads in Urdu-language newspapers warning people that lost ...
Tapestry of Spirituality
July 2, 2010
Every morning when the first
of the Sun hit Varanasi, the city awakes its heritage, rituals, traditions and customs ...
Having fun with science
December 22, 2010
Learning chemical reactions or solving physics problems have been tedious for many as kids. But now you can take heart a ...
Six years after 26/11, Pakistan not keen on nailing culprits: Ujjwal Nikam
Modi diplomacy: acche din again for India, world
I don’t speak about my personal life: Arjun Rampal on his proximity to Sussanne
Waiting for her man: Jashodaben is neither here, nor there
Twitter to boost online voting and video with new tools
World Chess Championship: Carlsen retains title, Anand vows return
DDA mega housing scheme draw list declared, check results online
After Arpita's wedding, Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan are now 2am friends
DDA’s much-delayed draw of lots likely on Monday
Wait over: DDA draw to be finally held today
Record polling, Valley votes for azadi from separatists
Pakistan joins chorus for bigger China role in Saarc, India says no
Obama to stay two days, hold summit-level talks with Modi
Delight and despair as 25k flats won in DDA's mega housing scheme draw
Govt mulls ban on sale of loose cigarettes
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