Monday, September 28, 2020

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Water cures/queers the pitch. No aIPpeaL before the HC ?

These decisions are not easy. As in many such situations, there could be strong arguments made both for and against the conduct of IPL matches. The argument for the continued unfettered conduct of the IPL is...
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Eye at Devasthal (God’s place) to view the heavens

Dear Reader, A proud moment for India and its Science community. Asia’s largest optical telescope was made operational on March 30th by the PMs of Belgium and India. Named after Aryabhatta, ancient India’s mathematician-astronomer, this...
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Too good for its own good ? Don’t Do as the Dodo

photo courtesy: albanydailystar.com The Dodo is, as the saying goes, as dead as the Dodo. But the first-ever 3D atlas of the dodo’s skeletal anatomy has now been created by experts which helps them understand...
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Hello or Help !!!! ..Signals from Outer Space

Astronomers are hopeful of having got on something interesting…maybe deliberate attempts by intelligent life to send some communication…or is it merely some celestial phenomenon which is causing these radio bursts? Share this: Click to...

Mind of the mother: Brood over ‘mood’

Scientists have recently discovered an interesting aspect of female behaviour in the burying beetle. The female burying beetle while raising her young, tries to dissuade her mate from copulatory behavior by releasing some ‘anti-aphrodiasical’...

How Invaginasive!

Dear Reader, Science has of late understood what a few ancient cultures already knew. That the life in the mother’s womb wasn’t half as unreceptive as one may have thought. The Ramayana and the Mahabharatha...