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Unravelling the process of going to sleep 21.11.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Unravelling the process of going to sleep
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67P and the sounds of the universe 21.11.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page
Listen to the strange music of the spheres with recordings gathered by spacecraft – and encounter the terrifying power of the cosmos Space. The final frontier. And so are the sounds it makes. Yes, yes I know: there are no actual “sounds” in the spectrum of human hearing in the firmament, but we can “hear” what’s out there when the electromagnetic waves of celestial bodies like stars, moons, comets and planets are brought into the range of human hearing – and the results are truly extraordinary. Thanks to Cassini, Voyager and Rosetta, we can encounter the music of the spheres as a physical, sonic phenomenon rather than only as an abstract philosophical concept: and the range of sub-super and hypersonic energies in space is jaw-dropping in its range, its strangeness, and even its flat-out terror. Listen to Saturn, the Sun and Miranda, one of the moons of Uranus in Nasa’s recordings to hear that implacable ...
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Unravelling the process of going to sleep 21.11.2014 New Kerala: Technology
New York, Nov 21 : Sleeping is a gradual process and researchers have now developed a method to estimate the dynamic changes in brain activity and behaviour during the transition from wakefulness to sleep.
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Unravelling the process of going to sleep 21.11.2014 All News-IANS Stories
Sleeping is a gradual process and researchers have now developed a method to estimate the dynamic changes in brain activity and behaviour during the transition from wakefulness to sleep.
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Not all bad 21.11.2014 HBL: Features
We might be in the midst of the planet’s sixth great extinction, but Diane Ackerman offers us some hope yet in The Human Age
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Rajapaksa calls snap polls, seeks third term 21.11.2014 Telegraph: International
Colombo, Nov. 20 (Reuters): Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa today called a presidential election, seeking an unprecedented third six-year tenure.
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Sri Lanka president seeks third term, critics want powers curbed 21.11.2014 FirstPost: World

COLOMBO (Reuters) - Sri Lanka's Mahinda Rajapaksa said on Thursday he would seek an unprecedented third term as president, prompting one of his lawmakers to join the opposition with a call to curb the presidency's "draconian powers". Rajapaksa, 69, came to power in 2005 and won a second six-year term in 2010 on a wave of popularity after the military defeated Tamil Tiger separatists, ending a 26-year civil war.

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The ring bearer 20.11.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
The ring bearer
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Sri Lanka President seeks unprecedented third term as critics seek to unseat him 20.11.2014 HBL: Home
Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa on Thursday called a presidential election, seeking an unprecedented third six-year tenure, but demands for his power to be curbed and a possible split in hi...
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Ocean Spiral: Japanese firm plans underwater city powered by seabed 20.11.2014 The Guardian -- World Latest
Shimizu Corp says technology needed to build structure and sustain life below ocean surface could be ready in 15 years’ time Continue reading...
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Modi may have won release of Indian fishermen, but ties with SL are far from perfect 20.11.2014 FirstPost: World

If Indian diplomacy has worked with a neighbour like Sri Lanka where the Chinese political and strategic graph has consistently been on the upswing and Indian influence steadily waning, it is definitely a diplomatic victory for India and the Modi government.

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Release of fishermen on death row: Modi govt has to face bigger challenges in Lanka 20.11.2014 FirstPost: India

If Indian diplomacy has worked with a neighbour like Sri Lanka where the Chinese political and strategic graph has consistently been on the upswing and Indian influence steadily waning, it is definitely a diplomatic victory for India and the Modi government.

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ABC, climate change: the Coalition is drowning us in nonsense 20.11.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page

In opposition, authenticity and truth-telling was the focus. Now it’s all denials and broken promises

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Health Care, Awareness Key to Stop Infant Deaths 20.11.2014 newindianexpress.com
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It was Congress' mistake to give Omar Abdullah six years in power: Saif-ud-din Soz 20.11.2014 ET: Opinion
While rejecting Abdullah's claim that the Congress was responsible for the state of governance, Soz says that his party's coalition government with the PDP was better.
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Missus owns fatter purse 20.11.2014 Telegraph: Front Page
Ranchi/Bokaro, Nov. 19: On International Men's Day today, it seems unkind to point this out, but wives of Jharkhand politicians are richer.
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PM makes Pacific Ocean outreach 20.11.2014 Latest News
Modi announces a slew of lines of credit and development assistance totalling $80 million for Fiji and visaon arrival for citizens from the island nationIndia's Pacific Ocean outreach gained traction on Wednesday with the announcement of a slew of ...
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The ring bearer 19.11.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
The ring bearer
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The ring bearer 19.11.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
The ring bearer
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The ring bearer 19.11.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
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