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Meteors could be seen on 23rd April

According to a press note issued by Director of Nehru Planetarium Mumbai, Mr. Arvind Pranjapey, Meteors can be seen from 5:30 p.m. to midnight on 23rd April. As expected, at every 5 minutes, 1 meteor could be seen falling from the Sky. In all, 18 ... Siasat Daily, 2 weeks ago

Impact of 1897 quake bigger than 1950

AJIT PATOWARY GUWAHATI, April 27 The Assam Earthquake of August 15, 1950 was not taken seriously by the then Guwahatians, even as at the time of its occurrence, people chanted the name of God, fervently appealing the almighty to save their souls ...
 Assam Tribune1 week ago

Lyrid meteor shower to peak on Thursday

PUNE: A spectacle awaits stargazers midweek when the Lyrid meteor shower, commonly known as shooting stars, is expected to peak at 5.30am on Thursday. According to scientists, during its peak one might be able to witness the shower at 18 to 90 ...
 Times of India1 week ago

'Education System Does not Foster the Spirit of Inquiry'

BENGALURU:India has a huge population of 1.2 billion, but suffers from a dearth of innovators or scientists. Experts say this could be because the country's education system hardly encourages students to ask questions. An article by Ravindra P ...
 New Indian Express4 weeks ago
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Delhi sky-gazers recall thrill to have witnessed 2013 lunar eclipse

NEW DELHI: Avid sky gazers, who had waited with a baited breath, for the first total lunar eclipse of the year enjoyed the spectacle as Moon's white bright glow turned into luminescent orange. The spectacle of the moon being eclipsed and then ...
 Times of India1 month ago No darshan at Mumbai temples during lunar eclipse  Mid Day1 month ago Partial lunar eclipse in most of India today  Times of India1 month ago

Traffic diversions today

LUCKNOW: People staying in Old City, Aliganj, Niralanagar, Vikasnagar and Madiaon would need to move out of their homes earlier than usual to reach anywhere on Saturday. Owing to the national cycle race, diversions would be enforced in these areas ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Siddu Tables Supplementary Grants of Rs 4,713 Cr

BENGALURU: Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, who holds the finance portfolio, on Monday tabled a demand for supplementary grants of `4,713 crore in the Legislative Assembly. The supplementary grants include an additional `12 lakh for staff salary and ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Bengaluru Today for March 8

Comment · print · T T T+· T- RELIGION Shri Vadiraja Gurusarvabhouma Aradhana Festival: Discourse by H.Sathyanarayanacharya, Sri Krishna Prajna Pratishthana, Diagonal Road, Vishweshwarapuram, 5.30 p.m. Sri Santh Tukaram Maharaj's ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Tiruchi Today

Sri Vishnu Sahasranama Parayana Sabha: Sahasranama parayanam, Ranganayaki Thayar Sannidhi, 6 p.m.;Sri Krishnar Sannidhi, Srirangam Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple, 7 p.m. Sri Rama Nama Sath Sangam: Sri Rama Nama parayanam, Perumal Kovil, Indira Nagar, ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Cross roads at your own risk

Mirror did a reality-check to find out what it is like for pedestrians to cross some important junctions Banashankari BM decided to check out first-hand how difficult it is to get across the Banashankari Temple Junction during peak hours (9 am ...
 Bangalore Mirror2 months ago
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