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'New Cold War' brewing in Indian Ocean, says expert

'New Cold War' brewing in Indian Ocean, says expert

Washington D C [United States], Feb. 23 (ANI): One of Australia's leading academic experts on strategy and security in South Asia and the Indian Ocean region and others have said that ongoing political crisis in The Maldives could provoke an even larger ... Sify, 3 weeks ago

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World leaders, grateful Singaporeans bid adieu to Lee Kuan Yew

  Former U.S. president Bill Clinton (left to right), Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrive for the funeral service of former leader Lee Kuan Yew at the University Cultural Centre at the National University of Singapore. Photograph: Edgar Su/Reuters Tens of thousands of people on Sunday braved heavy rains to bid a teary adieu to Singapore's founding leader Lee Kuan Yew in a grand funeral attended by many world leaders, including Prime Minister ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago

Indian student in team detecting light from first stars of universe

A team of astronomers, including an Indian graduate student Nivedita Mahesh from Arizona State University have discovered for the first time signals from 'cosmic dawn' -- the moment when the universe's earliest stars emerged, making a significant breakthrough ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago

Tesla’s ‘virtual power plant’ might be second-best to real people power

The South Australian government and Tesla recently announced a large-scale solar and storage scheme that will distribute solar panels and batteries free of charge to 50,000 households. This would form what has been dubbed a “virtual power plant”, ...
 catchnews.com4 weeks ago

Chinese propaganda intensifies

China would like the rest of the world to think of it as a benign force, as it tries to project a carefully cultivated image of a country different to others, one that does not seek hegemony and does not interfere in the internal affairs of others. However, ...
 Sify3 weeks ago

Sports Shorts: ATP investigate 'racial prejudice' claims by Young

A summary of sports events and sports persons, who made news on Wednesday IMAGE: US tennis player Donald Young (in pic) has accused Briton Ryan Harrison of making racism comments against him during their match at the New York Open on Monday. Photograph: Streeter Lecka/Getty Images The ATP are investigating "allegations of racial prejudice" after Ryan Harrison's stormy first-round clash against fellow American Donald Young at the New York Open on Monday. The men's tour said in a statement on ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Maldives crisis: India stuck between a rock and a hard place

In a crackdown on the opposition, the former President of Maldives, Maumoon Abdul Gayoom was detained after the government declared a 15 day state of emergency. He was in power for three decades and was arrested at his home. The current president Abdulla ...
 Sify1 month ago

Pentagon made of microbes older than dinosaurs, explains study

Some of the building blocks of the iconic Pentagon and Empire State Building in the US are made of mineralised microbes that lived up to 340 million years ago, predating the dinosaurs. The material, known as oolitic limestone, is a popular building material ...
 DNA1 month ago

The 15 newsmakers of 2017

Donald Trump, Hardik Patel, Kangana Ranuat… The year 2017 wouldn’t have been the same if it weren't for these personalities and many more. As we herald in 2018, here's a look at the faces and stories which left an indelible mark on us. presents its list of newsmakers for the year 2017. (Click on the newsmaker to read more) GST It has been called the Good and Simple Tax and the Gabbar Singh Tax depending on where you sit in Parliament. Launching the Goods ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

How global warming fuelled extreme weather events

Extreme weather left its mark across the planet in 2016, the hottest year in recorded history. Record heat baked Asia and the Arctic. Droughts gripped Brazil and southern Africa. The Great Barrier Reef suffered its worst bleaching event in memory, killing ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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