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Doctor Hemalatha Appointed As Director Of NIN

Senior Grade Deputy Director Dr R Hemalatha has been appointed as Director of National Institute of Nutrition (NIN) under the Indian Council of  Medical Research (ICMR) here in Hyderabad today.  According to a press release issued here today, Dr Hemalatha is the recipient of several ICMR awards, includi
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Workshop On Tsunami Standard Operating Procedure Held In City

The great Sumatra earthquake on December 26, 2004, was rated as the world’s second-largest recorded earthquake. This earthquake generated a devastating tsunami, which caused unprecedented loss of life and damage to property in the Indian Ocean rim countries. This prompted Government of India to take the
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25th National Children’s Science Congress Commences In City

The 25th National Children’s Science Congress commenced at Candor Shrine i School in Hayath Nagar near the city today. Member of the National Academic Committee, Govt. of India Dr Geeta Swaminathan inaugurated the event by hoisting the NCSC flag. The Focal Theme of NCSC 2017 is “Science, Technology
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World To Witness Total Solar Eclipse Today

The total solar eclipse to occur today giving a feast to the eyes of science lovers. According to NASA, the eclipse can be seen in all of North America at 12 pm. Anyone within the path of totality can see one of the nature’s most awe-inspiring sights. This path, where the moon will completely cover [
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Alien Mummies Found In Secrete Tombs In Peru!

The archaeologists in Peru have reportedly unearthed the mummified corpse that looked like a baby and claimed to be of alien origin. They reportedly found five such alien corpses during an excavation in Peru's Nazca city a week ago. A video that has been released by a scientist Dr Edson Salazar Vivanco
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Lunar Eclipse To Visible Partly In India Tonight

The lunar eclipse likely to take place tonight will be visible partially from across the country. According to the Birla Science Centre authorities, the first lunar eclipse will begin at 10.52 pm and by 11.50 pm most part of the moon will be covered with eclipse which will continue till 00.48 am IST. Th
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Stellar cracks ‘Wanna Cry Ransomware’ virus

New Delhi: In a major breakthrough, the Stellar Data Recovery company has succeeded in cracking the 'Wanna Cry Ransomware' virus that affected over 300,000 Window-based network computers in about 150 countries across the globe.  The company claimed today that it has cracked the ransomware at its R&D
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Women’s Day celebrated on large scale at Imarat

Hyderabad: International Women’s Day for the year 2017 was celebrated Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Missile Complex, popularly known as Research Centre Imarat in Hyderabad today. ASL, the nodal laboratory for the event organised a National workshop on Mahila Unleashing Dynamism in Research Areas “MUDRA”, which sho
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NASA discovers 7 Earth size planets in Solar Orbit

NASA, USA:  Scientists working with telescopes at the European Southern Observatory and NASA announced today a remarkable new discovery that it detected an entire system of Earth-sized planets. If that’s not enough, the team asserts that the density measurements of the planets indicate that the six inne
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India’s only Volcano, Barren island erupts after 150 years

Panaji, Goa: India's one and the only Volcanic Mountain in Barren Hills in Andaman Nicobar islands erupts after a gap of 150 years. According to the Goan-based National Institute of Oceanography, the volcano is active and spewing smoke and lava once again. The Barren Island volcano is located about 140k
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‘Ignite Fest’ of TSWREIS brings out the Best in Children

Hyderabad: How to deal with the menace of plastic? How to conserve water using cost-effective methods to recharge ground water resources? Is peer pressure harmful or beneficial? Nanotechnology and treatment of diseases? Do women make better politicians than men? Demonetization of the Indian economy and
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INCOIS to conduct mock drills on Tsunami warnings from September 7

Hyderabad: Indian National Center for Ocean Information Services (INCOIS) is conducting a Mock Drill on Tsunami Warnings said press note released here today. The statement said that during the drill, ITEWC will generate and disseminate 15 tsunami notifications to both its National and Regional contacts
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IAF successfully test fires Brahmos land cruise missile

New Delhi : An advanced version of BRAHMOS land-attack supersonic cruise missile system has been successfully test fired by Indian Air Force  in the Western Sector of Rajasthan today on the 27th of May 2016 at 1200 hrs. The unique BrahMos weapon system on numerous occasions has established its supremacy
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