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'First discovery of many potentially habitable planets': Researchers discover vapour in exoplanet's atmosphere

The search also detected signs of water vapour in the atmosphere and Earth-like temperatures that could potentially support life

Published on 12th September 2019
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'Scientific Blasphemy!' cry IIT Bombay students after HRD Minister's remark on 'scientific' Sanskrit

An article in their in-house journal points out that Pokhriyal had misquoted Rick Briggs' paper. Sanskrit, Briggs said, is one of many languages fit for programming. Not the only one

Published on 4th September 2019
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'You can educate a politician but you cannot shape his character'

The session was chaired by editorial director of TNIE Prabhu Chawla, who opined how, "the education system is not producing anything good, let it be politicians, judges or artists."

Published on 17th January 2018
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‘Nervazhi’ project in Kozhikode to spread awareness on cyberbullying and educate students about cyber issues

In the first phase of the project, a training programme will be conducted for school teachers to brief them about the project and teach them about cybersecurity

Published on 7th July 2018
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16 out of 21 TN parties oppose 10 percent reservation for economically weaker sections, say it is against social justice

Interestingly, the five parties that expressed support range between the two extremes of political spectrum – the BJP, Congress, CPI(M), TMC and Puthiya Tamizhagam

Published on 9th July 2019
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17-year-old Jijnasa Sahani's first book 'Siya's Nightout' talks about friendship and adventure

Sahani who was brought up on a healthy diet of adventure and fantasy books knew that she would never let go the opportunity to become an author

Published on 20th March 2018
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A tiny cube-shaped satellite designed by an Indian-American student to be launched by NASA

21-year-old Keshav Raghavan is leading a team of researchers from the Yale Undergraduate Aerospace Association in order to launch their CubeSats into space in the year 2020

 

Published on 15th April 2019
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Anyone with a passion to educate can be a teacher at 25-year-old Rahul Varma's Unschool Learning. Here's how

You have the option of scheduling a consultation call with an in-house expert before you choose a course. Machine Learning, web development, android app development are courses one can opt for

Published on 12th October 2019
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Ask Central Govt for funds for free bus service: Why students are against the State helping Pondicherry University

SFI Puducherry has stated that it will be a financial burden on the state government if they agree to the demand for free bus services for varsity students, even as PU is pushing the govt to add buses

Published on 17th July 2019
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At 33.3 gms. Chennai students from HITS build world's lightest satellite ever!

The team from HITS built the satellite and entered it in a NASA competition. It will be field tested in a couple of months

Published on 20th June 2018
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Believe in alien life? Here's how artificial intelligence can help track the existence of extraterrestrial life

Given the results so far, this method may prove to be extremely useful for categorising different types of exoplanets using results from ground-based and near-Earth observatories

Published on 4th April 2018
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Big leap to NASA, this farmer's daughter's determination took her from Kerala's paddy fields to the stars 

Ashna Sudhakar, a PhD student, completed her intenship recently and plans to go back to the US to complete a few more research papers, her father said 

Published on 24th October 2017
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Chandrayaan 2 update: NASA's lunar orbiter captures images of Moon landing site, but Vikram lander not spotted yet

The lander was expected to make a soft landing at Moon's south pole on September 7, but it agonisingly fell short from a meagre distance of 2.1 km

Published on 20th September 2019
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Chandrayaan-2 missed creating history: How successful were other countries in their missions to the Moon?

From 1958 to 2019, India, as well as the United States, the USSR, Japan, China and Israel, launched different lunar missions — all kinds like orbiters, landers and flyby

Published on 7th September 2019
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Dear Mr Ashokamitran, I wish we'd done that interview sooner: A reporter's account of her tryst with the writer during his last days

The reporter talks about her incomplete interview with one of the most prominent doyens of Tamil literature, Ashokamitran. 

Published on 24th March 2017

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