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NASA's Juno probe finds Earth-sized storms over Jupiter poles 26.5.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Jupiter's poles are covered in Earth-sized swirling storms that are densely clustered and rubbing together, reveals first science results from NASA's Juno mission to the largest planet in our solar system.
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Govt includes non-tech companies under startups - Times of India 26.5.2017 TOI: All Headlines
Govt includes non-tech companies under startups - Times of India
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GST benefit: Merc cuts prices, more to follow 26.5.2017 TOI: Home
As luxury carmakers step on the gas to pass on GST benefits to customers, buyers of top car brands can look forward to 4-6% mark downs or price reductions to the tune of Rs 1.5 lakh-Rs 7 lakh for models assembled in India.
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Cloud-driven Citrix set to hire, invest more in India 25.5.2017 All News-IANS Stories
As desktop virtualisation leader Citrix moves aggressively into the domain of enterprise mobility, Cloud and data analytics, the company is set to hire and invest more in India at a time when the country aims to digitally transform workplaces in a secure way.
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DU conducts workshop on IPR literacy 25.5.2017 The Assam Tribune
DU conducts workshop on IPR literacy
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Hollywood studios can't support risky films: Brad Pitt 25.5.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Hollywood actor Brad Pitt says business model of Hollywood studios does not allow them to support risky films like his forthcoming satirical comedy "War Machine".
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Jubilant Life Sciences surges 12% on robust March quarter earnings 24.5.2017 News
Reacting to its earnings, the stock advanced as much as 12.5% to Rs 762 on the BSE
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Strong show by JLR fails to fuel Tata Motors performance 23.5.2017 HBL: Home
With the India business making a loss of ₹829 crore, consolidated profit dropped by 16 per cent to ₹4,336 crore. Like in the many preceding quarters, the domestic performance was impacted by a poor show by commercial vehicles.
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India to unveil new drug policy: officials 20.5.2017 News
G N Singh, Drug Controller General of India, was speaking at US-India Healthcare Summit in Boston
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Moon orbiting solar system’s third largest dwarf planet found 19.5.2017 Hindu: Science
The team uncovered the moon in archival images of 2007 OR10 taken by the Hubble Telescope
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Lexus ES 300h Hybrid: Best of both worlds 19.5.2017 All Beyond Business Stories
A powerful engine and chic comfort make the new Lexus ES 300h Hybrid a charming drive
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Pandemic alert: How lessons from China can help us rethink health threats 19.5.2017 All Current Affairs Stories
In China, change occurred with the introduction of maps by Western missionaries in the 16th century
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New study shows that plants can respond to sounds to find water 19.5.2017 DNA: Money
A new study by scientists from the University of Western Australia has discovered that plants have the ability to respond to sounds to find water to survive. The researches in their study demonstrated how plants can sense sound vibrations from running water moving through pipes or in the soil, to help their roots move towards the source of water. The study also revealed that plants do not like certain noises and will move away from particular sounds. Lead researcher Dr Monica Gagliano from UWA's Centre of Evolutionary Biology at the School of Animal Biology said water was a basic need for a plant's survival, and the study showed that sound plays a significant role in helping plants cater to this need. Using the pea plant as the model for study, the scientists put the plant in a container that had two test tubes at the base,  giving it a choice of two directions for the growth of its roots. "We then exposed the plant to a series of sounds, including white noise, running water and then a recording of ...
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NASA's Hubble Telescope spots moon around third largest Dwarf Planet 19.5.2017 DNA: Money
Scientists have discovered a new moon orbiting the third largest dwarf planet that resides in the frigid outskirts in our solar system. With this discovery, most of the known dwarf planets in the Kuiper Belt larger than 965 kilometres across have companions. These bodies provide insight into how moons formed in the young solar system. The combined power of three space observatories, including NASA's Hubble Space Telescope, has helped uncover the moon orbiting the dwarf planet 2007 OR10 in the Kuiper Belt, a realm of icy debris left over from our solar system's formation 4.6 billion years ago. "The discovery of satellites around all of the known large dwarf planets - except for Sedna - means that at the time these bodies formed billions of years ago, collisions must have been more frequent, and that's a constraint on the formation models," said Csaba Kiss of the Konkoly Observatory in Hungary. "If there were frequent collisions, then it was quite easy to form these satellites," said Kiss, lead author of ...
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How World War I changed the weather for good 19.5.2017 News
During war weather forecasting turned from a practice based on looking for repeated patterns in past
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Google Doodle celebrates 115 years of Antikythera- the world's first computer 17.5.2017 DNA: Top News
To mark the discovery of the world's first known analogue computer, Google on Wednesday celebrates Antikythera mechanism's 115 years through its doodle. The doodle shows how a forgotten piece of computer history can help us know more what our predecessors made. From the quality and complexity of the mechanism's manufacture, it suggests that it was made during the Hellenistic period- the period between the death of Alexander the Great in 323 BCE and the conquest of Egypt by Rome in 30 BCE. The Antikythera mechanism was discovered in 45 metres of water in the Greek island of Antikythera. The wreck was found in April 1900 by a group of Greek sponge divers, who retrieved numerous artefacts including, bronze and marble statues, pottery, unique glassware, jewellery, coins and the mechanism. The Greek analogue computer and a clockwork model of the solar system was used to predict astronomical positions and eclipses for calendrical and astrological purposes and even signalled the next Olympic Games. Computer ...
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Google doodle celebrates Antikythera mechanism's 115 years 17.5.2017 New Kerala: World News
Google doodle celebrates Antikythera mechanism's 115 years
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Google Doodle marks Antikythera Mechanism's discovery 17.5.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Google on Wednesday marked the discovery of Antikythera Mechanism - believed to be the world's first computer - 115 years ago.
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Google doodle celebrates Antikythera mechanism's 115 years 17.5.2017 Sify Finance
[India], May 17 (ANI): To mark the discovery of the world's first known analogue computer, Google today celebrates Antikythera mechanism's 115 years through its doodle.
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IT firms opt for fixed-price contracts amid low demand 13.5.2017 Latest News
Clients cutting costs, demanding more efficiency, IT firms are going in for fixeed-price contracts
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