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NASA return humans Moon within 5 years

NASA to return humans to Moon within 5 years

Washington-NASA has accepted a challenge from the Donald Trump administration to return humans to the Moon by 2024, four years ahead of the US space agency’s earlier set target. US Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday challenged NASA to put humans back on the Moon within five years at a meeting of the National Space

World’s oldest monkeys to help us fight HIV?

World’s oldest monkeys to help us fight HIV?  Turns out, world’s oldest monkeys — the Rhesus macaque — could be prompted to produce neutralizing antibodies against one strain of HIV that resembles the resilient viral form that most commonly infects people. The study identified the rare, vulnerable areas on HIV and the immune system to

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Passengers want reduction in airline cancellation charges

India is the third largest air-travel market in the world and is witnessing a constant double-digit growth, with each passing year.With airlines offering extraordinarily low fares, people’s preference is shifting towards them and they don’t mind booking tickets three to six months in advance. But these low fares come with strict cancellation charges and limited baggage

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World is looking at India with hope: Bhagwat

Jaipur, Nov 5, World looking India : The world wants India to show the path to other countries and is looking at it with hope, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said today. Speaking at a function here, Bhagwat said that the world is “fed up of experiments” and has expectations from India that it will lead

World’s only donkey sanctuary in Ladakh cries for financial help

World’s only donkey sanctuary in Ladakh cries for financial

World oldest Italian wine discovered

World’s oldest Italian wine discovered!

World’s oldest Italian wine discovered! Rejoice wine lovers! US researchers have discovered a large storage jar that predates the advent of wine during the Copper Age (early 4th millennium BC). Chemical analysis conducted on ancient pottery could dramatically predate the commencement of winemaking in Italy.   These findings, are published in Microchemical Journal, are significant as

Actor Anupam Kher’s two film releases on two sides of world

Actor Anupam Kher’s two film releases on two sides of world. It was a special Friday for veteran actor Anupam Kher said, he feels privileged that two of his movies released in two different parts of the world on the same day.  “Privileged to be perhaps the only Indian actor to have two releases on the same

World no. 201 Indian table tennis player beats world no. 29

For all the Latest news download Daily Post app:- For Android For IOS Sanil Shetty gave Falcons TTC a chance of advancing to the knock-outs after they thrashed Oilmax Stag Yoddhas 22-5 in a third round tie on Day 7 of the inaugural Ultimate Table Tennis (UTT) here on Wednesday.He gave the Falcons a 3-0

Emojis honoured in world celebration

It is one of several stunts planned for World Emoji Day, which celebrates the colourful symbols used in instant messages, on 17 July.London’s Royal Opera House will present 20 well-known operas and ballets in emoji form online.There are 2,666 emojis currently on the official Unicode Standard list.The Unicode consortium lays out the framework for emojis

11-Year-Old Indian Origin Boy Has An IQ Score Of 162, Higher Than Albert Einstein And Stephen Hawking

Arnav Sharma, an 11-year-old resident of Reading town in southern England has scored a whopping 162 points on a Mensa IQ test, the highest score possible. What is more impressive about Arnav’s score is that he has outscored two of the most brilliant people who have ever lived, Albert Einstein And Stephen Hawking.The 11-year-old born

Prisoners kept awkward demands before the death penalty

A prisoner who received death sentence in the case of drug smuggling in Bali, Indonesia has opened a restaurant in jail. He started this in his aspiration to eat the last meal made with his hand. Not only here, in many countries the prisoners who are sentenced to death are asked for their last wish.

World’s first Computer was as big as House Room

Can you imagine how big the world’s first computer would be?World first Computer big Room laptops mouse keyboard. Indeed, computers (monitors, CPUs, keyboards, and mouse) on tables, are now also old-fashioned.Today is the time of smallest laptops. Soon there will be a small device and it will make the current version of the computer even

World’s oldest Yoga teacher, India’s oldest Yoga Guru show how it’s done

World’s oldest Yoga teacher Tao Porchon-Lynch and India’s oldest Yoga guru Amma Nannamal demonstrated various asanas in Bengaluru at Kanteerava Outdoor Stadium today on the occasion of the third International Yoga Day.World’s oldest Yoga teacher, India’s oldest Yoga Guru show how it’s done.Along with the two nonagenarians, social activist Anna Hazare and Union Minister for

6.5 million Refugees, compelled to seek shelter

According to a survey by the United Nations Organization for Refugee Affairs, currently 6.5 million homeless people are forced to seek refuge in the world. According to the UN annual report, the estimated number of refugees in 2016 is 3 million more than in 2015. However, this figure is lower than the 2014-15 figures. This

Researchers train drones to use Wi-Fi to look through walls

Researchers train drones to use Wi-Fi to look through walls.A new system by University of California, Santa Barbara researchers Yasamin Mostofi and Chitra R. Karanam uses two drones, a massive Wi-Fi antenna, and a little interpolation to literally see through solid walls.The system is two-fold. The one drone blasts Wi-Fi through the structure and another picks up

Team India eyes top-3 rank in world: Sunil

Bengaluru: Star striker SV Sunil today said the Indian hockey team has improved by leaps and bounds in the last few years and achieving a top-three rank in the world is definitely a realistic target now. The Indian team is ranked sixth in the FIH rankings and Sunil, who was recently adjudged the the Asian

India can avoid tag of being accident capital of the world: SC

New Delhi: The year 2014 alone witnessed2.37 lakh road accidents on national and state highways across the country which had left at least 85,462 people dead and 2.59 lakh injured. These were the sensational findings in official statistics placed before the Supreme Court, which noted that as per 2009 data, India had reported the highest

BBC World to air in Gujarati, Marathi, Telugu, Punjabi

London: BBC World Service will begin broadcasting in 11 additional languages including Gujarati, Marathi, Telugu and Punjabi. It said the move was aimed at bringing its “independent journalism to millions more around the world”. The BBC World Service called it the biggest announcement since the 1940s. The announcement was made by Director-General of the BBC,

Negotiating the world by the nose, the doggy way

Title: Being A Dog; Author: Alexandra Horowitz; Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK; Pages: 336; Price: Rs 550 Remember the cold, soft nose nuzzling you when you get back home and pet your dog, who, after the series of joyous yelps and vigorous tail-wagging, seems most keen to smell you closely. Are our canine companions making

ATP World Tour Finals: Djokovic survives Thiem scare

London: Five-time champion Novak Djokovic fought back from one set down to beat eighth seed and first-time qualifier Dominic Thiem of Austria 6-7(10), 6-0, 6-2 in the opening match of the ATP World Tour Finals at London’s O2 Arena. “Even though I lost the first set, I thought I didn’t do too many things wrong.