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Bouldering: Can it bring home an Olympic gold for India?
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Bouldering: Can it bring home an Olympic gold for India?

Nikita Puri reports on the growing subculture of bouldering in India before sport climbing makes its debut at the 2020 Summer Olympics. When sport climbing makes its debut at the Summer Olympics in Tokyo, bouldering will officially be part of the big league.Photograph: Adam Pretty/Getty Images.   It's a little after 9 pm, and Praveen CM has just wrapped up for the day after demonstrating how to climb a 20-storey building. His "students" are about 50 commandos of the National Security ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago

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Bouldering is a growing subculture for adventure enthusiasts in India

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 Business Standard1 month ago

Storm waves can move boulders we thought only tsunamis had the power to shift

It's not just tsunamis that can change the landscape: storms shifted giant boulders four times the size of a house on the coast of Ireland in the winter of 2013-14, leading researchers to rethink the maximum energy storm waves can have - and the damage they ...
 Science Daily1 month ago

Bedtime exposure to light leads to lack of sleep in preschoolers

Turns out, preschoolers exposed to nighttime light tend to sleep lesser.According to a University of Colorado at Boulder study, exposing preschoolers to an hour of bright light before bedtime almost completely shuts down their production of the ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

A decade after civil war, Sri Lanka dives into luxury

Bloomberg In 2004 businessman Malik Fernando bought Castlereagh, a decrepit bungalow in the terraced, emerald hills of Sri Lanka’s sprawling tea country. The structure had no roof. “It was in absolute shambles,” he recalls. “There were cattle roaming ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 day ago
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Rlys, civic body review monsoon preparedness works in Mumbai

Senior railway officials today said that pre-monsoon works, to ensure heavy rains don't stall train traffic in the metropolis and adjoining regions, had begun and a review was carried out by the civic body chief and general managers of Western and Central ...
 Business Standard3 days ago BMC, railways begin checks so that you don't have to walk the tracks like this  Rediff.com3 days ago

An antidote for the anthropocene agony

Nearly fifteen years ago, biologist Eugene Stoermer and Paul Crutzen, the Chemistry Nobel laureate coined a new word, Anthropocene. The Oxford dictionary has come to include this moniker, which means, “relating to or denoting the current geological age, ...
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Proximity to oil, gas facility could increase health risk

If you are living near oil and gas facilities, chances are you could be at higher risk of diseases, according to a study. The study, led by the Colorado School of Public Health at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, used ambient air samples ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago
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Google wants you to have these 24 android apps in your phone; check out the list

Google launched its list of 24 best apps measured on the scale of high-quality technical performance along with great user experience. These apps are of different categories, from fitness tool to office work tools, amazing games, lifestyle, lockers etc. Adobe ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago

American woman's 'chai business' makes her millionaire

Taking the trending 'tea stories' forward, an American woman Brook Eddy has founded Bhakti Chai, a B Corp with projected 2018 revenue of seven million dollars.According to Inc., the magazine for growing companies, Eddy's love for the tea grew during her visit ...
 Business Standard4 weeks ago
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