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World risks four-year legal grey zone if Trump quits climate pact
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World risks four-year legal grey zone if Trump quits climate pact

OSLO: The United States could influence or even disrupt work by other nations to combat climate change until late 2020 even if President Donald Trump quits a global agreement, legal scholars said on Wednesday. Trump will honour a campaign pledge to pull out ... Sify, 3 weeks ago

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U.S. regulators block Texas, Arizona over import of Indian execution drug

By Jon Herskovitz and Toni Clarke REUTERS - A U.S. regulatory agency told Texas and Arizona that more than a thousand vials of drugs they ordered for executions in their states from India in 2015, and seized by U.S. Customs, will not be released to them, an ...
 Sify2 months ago

Wrong-way crash kills 3 in Phoenix

A wrong-way collision on a Phoenix freeway killed two university students and a young adult in the latest in a string of head-on wrecks on Arizona highways. A 22-year-old man driving a car with Colorado license plates on the wrong side of the freeway slammed ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

The hard work of spring begins after hibernation

For animals that hibernate, making it to spring is no small feat. Torpor — the state of reduced bodily activity that occurs during hibernation — is not restful. By the time they emerge, hibernating animals are often sleep-deprived: Most expend ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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North Korea rebuttal: Otto Warmbier's death 'a mystery'

North Korea has dismissed accusations of torturing U.S. university student and said death of Otto Warmbier soon after his return home was "a mystery" to them as well. Pyongyang rebutted allegations by U.S. that Otto had died because of torture and beating ...
 catchnews.com2 days ago

Will the Paris Agreement still be able to deliver after the US withdrawal?

In the short term, the United States’ withdrawal from the Paris Agreement will certainly have ripple effects globally. But rather than fatally undermine the Paris Agreement, it will likely cause other countries to reaffirm their firm commitment to the ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago
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Newly Detected Giant Planet Is 'Hotter Than Most Stars'

&& A lot of us are gearing up for summer weather, but if you were living on the newly discovered planet designated KELT-9b, no amount of sun protection products would be able to help you. Astronomers at Ohio State and Tennessee’s Vanderbilt University ...
 Huffington Post2 weeks ago
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Desi among 12 NASA astronauts chosen from 18,300

Lt Col Raja "Grinder" Chari, 39, is in the batch of 2017. IMAGE: Lt Col Raja "Grinder" Chari, 39, front row, far right, is part of NASA’s brand new batch of 2017 astronauts. The 12 freshly-minted astronauts are seen here with US Vice President Mike Pence. Photograph: Courtesy Bill Ingalls/NASA. NASA has chosen 12 new astronauts, including an Indian-American, from a record 18,000 applicants They will be trained for missions into earth orbit and to deep space. The seven men and five women ...
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Indian-American among 12 new astronauts chosen by Nasa

NASA has chosen 12 new astronauts, including an Indian-American, from a record number of over 18,000 applicants, who will be trained for missions into Earth orbit and to deep space. The seven men and five women comprise the22nd class of American spaceflight ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago
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Sleeping late on weekends may up heart disease risk: study

Washington: Going to bed and waking up later on weekends than on week days may lead to social jet lag which is associated with an increased risk of heart disease, poorer health and worse mood, a new study warns. According to researchers from the University of ...
 State Times3 weeks ago
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