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NASA's 'Sun-kissing' Parker spacecraft unlocks solar mystery
The data from the probe, published in the journal Nature, offers clues to long-standing mysteries, including why the Sun's atmosphere, known as the corona, is hundreds of times hotter than its surface, as well as the precise origins of the solar wind.
US lawmakers weigh impeachment charges against Trump
Four constitutional scholars will testify before the House Judiciary Committee in the fi...
Sweets with a healthy twist: Bacteria can extract low-calorie sugar from fruits and dairy products
The sugar called tagatose may be safe for ...
China stocks tepid after poor industrial profits data
The blue-chip CSI300 index was down 0.1 per cent.
Trade optimism propels S&P 500, Nasdaq to record highs; Apple biggest boost
Trade deal hopes and robust third-quarter corporate earnings have helped Wall Street's main indexes hit record highs this month.
US set to tighten work norms for international students
Trump administration is set to tighten norms for OPT, a programme used by foreign students to work in the US.
Furniture company CasaOne raises $16 million
This takes the total funds raised by the San Francisco and Bengaluru-based company to $27.5 million.
Why India should start taking apples seriously
Govt announced special measures to support Kashmiri apples, but it will still face a challenge in selling them. A regional partnership could lead to apples from China, Australia and New Zealand being dumped in India.
Hong Kong protesters call for weekend rallies, police quit campus battleground
Partly numbed by the violent scenes at the Polytechnic University since mid-November, the Asian financial hub has enjoyed a week of relative calm since local elections on Sunday delivered an overwhelming victory to pro-democracy candidates. Activists used social media to announce a series of protests aimed at keeping momentum behind their movement
Sensex falls 60 points, Nifty tests 11,800 on weak macros, China data
Nifty Pharma was the biggest sectoral loser, down 1.04 per cent to 7,580.
Why the bottom-up approach to eradicating poverty might not work
Big picture reforms will eradicate poverty, not small tweaks to programmes that botique RCTs provide.
Are you an avid Twitter user? Your posts can reveal how lonely you are
Loneliness has been tied to depression, cardiovascular disease and dementia, among other conditions.
Senators urged to remove country cap on Green Card
The case of work-visa holders from India, clearly illustrates the nature, substance and details of the impediments to legal immigration in America, it said.
US: Saudis recruited Twitter workers to spy on critics
Saudi Arabia, frustrated by growing criticism of its leaders and policies on social media, recruited two Twitter employees to spy on thousands of accounts that included prominent opponents, prosecutors alleged Wednesday.
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