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Spiritual foundations set up centres at IISc, Bengaluru
Deccan Chronicle

Top TIFR Scientist Warns: In extreme claims of fringe element...

Indian Astronomy Olympiad Programme national coordinator Mayank Vahia says scientists will have to shed their traditional reserve and take on these groups who make grandiose claims about the country's past achievements in science. A senior ... Indian Express, 1 week ago

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New Indian Express, 3 months ago
Star of Mysore, 4 months ago

India set to launch space telescope for studying distant celestial objects in October 2015

India May 23(IM):India is prepping to launch its first ever dedicated astronomy mission called ASTROSAT meant for studying distant celestial objects. The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) plans to launch the satellite in October 2015. It ...
 Indian Mirror1 month ago India's Astrosat space observatory undergoing pre-launch tests  Domain-B1 month ago India's Dedicated Astronomy Satellite ASTROSAT Fully Assembled  Outlook India1 month ago ISRO gearing for first dedicated Astronomy mission, ASTROSAT  Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago
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India's eye on universe ready for tests

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Courtesy: ISRO Artist's impression of Astrosat, with its various instruments mounted on top. TOPICS Astrosat launch in October, to provide useful data for country's astronomers A fully assembled ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
Eurasia Review

India-Australia: Changing Nature Of Strategic Ties Analysis

By Biren Nanda* When we speak of the changing nature of India's engagement with the international community, it is but natural that we should also reflect upon relations between Australia and India. India and Australia have several ...
 Eurasia Review1 day ago
Pakistan Today

Correa, renowned Indian architect, dies aged 84

NEW DELHI: World-renowned Indian architect Charles Correa has died at the age of 84 after a short illness, an industry group said Wednesday. Correa, who designed a number of landmark buildings in India including a memorial to Mahatma Gandhi, died ...
 Pakistan Today2 weeks ago Renowned Indian architect Correa dies aged 84  The Express Tribune2 weeks ago India architect Charles Correa dies  BBC2 weeks ago Indian Architect Charles Correa Dies at Age 84  Contract Magazine2 weeks ago
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SpaceRef

Photos: Stars and Stripes in Space

Celebrating Flag Day, NASA astronaut Scott Kelly took this photograph in the cupola of the International Space Station. Kelly (@StationCDRKelly) wrote, "Stars and stripes from @Space_Station. Happy #NationalFlagDay! #YearInSpace," June 14, 2015. ...
 ABC News3 weeks ago NASA Education Express Message -- May 21, 2015  SpaceRef1 month ago NASA Education Express Message -- June 18, 2015  SpaceRef2 weeks ago
Times of India

2014 JEE topper wants to quit IIT for physics

MUMBAI: Chitraang Murdia, last year's All-India JEE (Advanced) topper, is planning to quit his B.Tech course to pursue physics abroad. The Udaipur boy chose computer science at IIT-Bombay last year. "Computer science is interesting, but my passion ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Indiatimes

India Will Be Home To Worlds Biggest Science Project That Aims To Prove Einstein Wrong

The site to set up an ultra-sensitive laser detector to find the elusive gravitational waves predicted by Einstein will be in Maharashtra, Rajasthan or Madhya Pradesh. Proving Einstein wrong? An ironical twist has deprived Bengaluru - and ...
 Indiatimes1 day ago India Will Be Home To World's Biggest Science Project That Aims To Prove Einstein Wrong!  Indiatimes1 day ago Bengaluru loses out on world's biggest science project  Bangalore Mirror1 day ago

Teen rebel

The Bangladesh born Meghnad Saha, who was to become an internationally recognised astrophysicist, and, in 1947, founder of the Indian Institute of Nuclear Physics, had some of his earliest schooling at Dhaka Collegiate School, from which he was ...
 Dhaka Tribune3 weeks ago

How City Scientists Spotted The Brightest Object in The Universe

BENGALURU: A team, including scientists from Bengaluru, has discovered a blazar, the brightest object in the universe. About a year ago, an object too faint to be observed, suddenly became the brightest object in the universe. Surprised by this, ...
 New Indian Express12 hours ago How Bengaluru Scientists Spotted the Brightest Object in Universe  New Indian Express8 hours ago
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