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12-Year-Old Boy Cycles 450-km to Complain Against Mother

A 12-year-old boy was so angry with his mother who scolded him over a petty thing that he pedaled his cycle 450 km from his residence enroute to Lucknow where his father works. His mother who runs a laundry shop scolded him for forgetting lunch box asked him to return home and get it but the irked boy turned midway ...

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Bellandur Lake Fire: Javadekar Hints at Banning Phosphates in Detergents

When Bellandur lake with froth made news two years ago, there were expert missions which visited the scene and submitted their report. Again two years ago when the waste from garment units mixed into the lake and caught fire due to methane generated inside, the local IISc scientists visited and submitted their report. The outcome remained lukewarm from the local ...

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NASA on Hype Over ‘Mars Mystery Solved’ Briefing: What to Expect?

    Mars mystery solved? Find out Monday at 11:30am ET at a live briefing on NASA TV: http://t.co/YYpCP6fv3Y Q? #askNASA pic.twitter.com/Bm35D6DZho — NASA (@NASA) September 25, 2015 NASA has sent out a teaser called “Mars Mystery Solved” which is a press conference where it says the new mysterious finding on Mars will be revealed to the world. “NASA will ...

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‘Star-Trek’ kind of ‘Warp Speed’ Possible Theoretically: Astrophysicist Lewis

Star Trek-style ‘warp speed’ space travel between galaxies is theoretically possible, based on Einstein’s Relativity theory, insists astrophysicist from the University of Sydney in Australia. Professor Geraint Lewis, from the University of Sydney, says the futuristic concept is possible if we know how to build a warp drive. “It’s theoretically possible, but can we ever build a warp drive? We ...

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Dark matter Not Mysterious but Similar to Sub-atomic Particles: Study

Researchers from the University of California found out that the dark matter, believed to mysterious and exotic, is not very different from subatomic particles known to science since the 1930s. They are similar to pions, which bind atomic nuclei together. they said. Dark matter makes up 85% of the mass of the universe and unlike stars and galaxies, it never ...

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Ice Crater or Alien City? Ceres Bright Spots Puzzling Still as Dawn Moves Closer (Photos, Video)

Astro-physicists have been waiting for months to unravel the mystery of bright lights on asteroid Ceres and the Dawn spacecraft that is inching closer to its surface is still far from resolving puzzle. Located between Mars and Jupiter, Ceres has its visitor from Earth, NASA’s dawn mission to take the first glimpse and send pictures of the dwarf planet. While ...

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China Restores 800-year-old 1000-hand Ancient Buddhist Statue

China has restored its 800-year-old Buddha with 1,000 hands called the “Qianshou Guanyin” statue to join the world’s famous Buddhist pilgrimage or tourist circles in the world after Japan’s Kamakura Buddha statue, It took more than seven years and about 60 million yuan (US$9.8 million) to undertake the restoration work to clean the entire rock scuplture and bring it back to ...

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Dawn Inching Closer to Ceres Orbit, 2 Days Short of Rendezvous

NASA’s spacecraft Dawn is approaching its target Ceres dwarf planet as planned for a historic rendezvous set for Friday, March 6, 2015. As the spacecraft is inching closer to the dwarf planet, it has sent new images captured about the dwarf planet Ceres, making the team on the earth excited and upbeat. “Dawn is about to make history,” said Robert ...

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Mysterious Mekedatu Throws up Dead Bodies, Who’s Behind?

Every weekend, Bangalore wakes up to listen to the sad news of some teenagers who went to Mekedatu returning dead and in some cases even their dead bodies are not traceable unless ransom is paid to locals. This weekend too two engineering students who went to Mekedatu never returned and after a day, locals helped to trace the dead body ...

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1 Million Mummies Unearthed from Egyptian Cemetery

A cemetery with over one million mummies has been found in Egypt by a team of archaeologists, who discovered the burial ground. While the site remains to be mystery, Kerry Muhlestein from Brigham Young University, said in a paper which he presented at the Society for the Study of Egyptian Antiquities Scholars Colloquium, in Toronto, “We are fairly certain we ...

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Intact ‘Ghost Ship’ From 1923 Discovered off Hawaii coast

Researchers have discovered a preserved “ghost ship” in 2,000 feet of water nearly 20 miles off the coast of Oahu, the third largest of the Hawaiian Islands. The wreckage of the former cable ship Dickenson, later the USS Kailua, was found in good shape on the seabed last year on a maritime heritage submersible mission. “The ship was surprisingly intact ...

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Scientists Crack Mystery: Polish Vampire Graves of 17th Century Found

  The scientists have discovered the potential “vampires” in 17th-18th century of Poland. A minimum of half dozen bodies buried with sickles (curved, sharp farming knives) around their necks, or rocks at their jaws, to prevent their corpses from reanimating were natives to the area, as per a study. The mystery of vampires was cracked by the archaeologists and anthropologists ...

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Is Mysterious Russian Object Orbiting in Space a ‘Satellite Killer’ ?

NASA and European Space agency have recently tracked a mysterious Russian object in space, reviving fears of a defunct Kremlin project to destroy satellites, the Financial Times reported. Object 2014-28E – classified as an effort to collect space debris by the Russian military – has ignited speculation as Russia did not declare its launch and the object is not merely ...

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Another Leap in Bermuda Triangle Mystery – Siberian Holes Surface from Nowhere

Two massive craters in Siberia recently this year have triggered wild imagination of people who called them “End of the World” holes but scientists believe they are linked to the world’s most intriguing and mysterious “Bermuda Triangle”. The Siberian Times reported on Oct. 10 revealed this link citing scientists from the Trofimuk Institute of Petroleum-Gas Geology and Geophysics in Novosibirsk ...

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