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Nuclear clues to a turtle's decline 8.2.2016 Deccan Herald - Supplements
Sea turtles drift in mysterious currents. How long do they live? How fast do they grow? When do they reach sexual maturity? Answers to these and other basic questions elude researchers, stymieing efforts to better understand and protect the world's seven marine turtle species, all but one of which are endangered. Now scientists in Hawaii may have resolved some of the unknowns by turning to an unlikely environmental marker: nuclear fallout. As described in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B, the researchers used bomb radiocarbon, which winds up in the turtles' shells through their diet, to estimate the birth dates, growth rates and age of reproductive maturity of critically endangered hawksbill sea turtles. In doing so, the team also stumbled upon clues to two critical factors plaguing the turtles: late maturity and poor food sources. "Coming into this, we didn't expect to raise all of these questions and red flags, but I'm happy it turned into a more complex story than one simply about growth ...
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Computer scientist develops software to detect nuclear tests 2.2.2016 Zee News : Science and Technology
Sudderth and his team devised an efficient inference algorithm that can scan incoming data to find events that likely represent an actual seismic signal.  
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Computer scientist develops software to detect nuclear tests 1.2.2016 New Kerala: Technology
New York, Feb 1 : A computer scientist in the US has developed a software to detect and verify potential nuclear tests, especially by smaller devices, possibly by terrorist organisations or other non-state actors.
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Computer scientist develops software to detect nuclear tests 1.2.2016 All News-IANS Stories
A computer scientist in the US has developed a software to detect and verify potential nuclear tests, especially by smaller devices, possibly by terrorist organisations or other non-state actors.
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Consolidating ties with France 27.1.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Consolidating ties with France
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Still in limbo: Jaitapur will see massive anti-nuclear protests despite Indo-French push on reactor project 27.1.2016 FirstPost: Business

On Monday, Modi and Hollande decided to fast-track the languishing Jaitapur nuclear project. But even if all technical problems of cooperation are solved, it will be a slow tedious project to get the six nuclear plants going with a people's movement against the construction.

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Consolidating ties with France 27.1.2016 Hindu: Editorial
Like many things French, the country’s relationship with India is an understated one. Yet, as President François Hollande wrapped up his three-day visit to India, it would be a mistake to underestima...
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India and France sign Rafale jet deal but talks on price still on 26.1.2016 All Current Affairs Stories
French companies to invest $10 billion in next five years, says French Finance Minister Michel Sapin
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'The Rafale deal will go through' 25.1.2016 Rediff: Interviews
'The India-France relationship has been that of the elites of two countries, who appreciate each other's philosophical traditions -- whether it is ancient Indian civilisation and Sanskrit texts or the French tradition of Rene Descartes, Albert Camus, (Jean-Paul) Sartre... This is a drawback. It doesn't create the buzz, the excitement necessary for a relationship. We need more people-to-people contact, especially among students,' says former Ambassador to Paris, Rakesh Sood.
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The Rafale deal with France will happen: Rakesh Sood 23.1.2016 People
Interview with Former ambassador of India to France
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No user charges at Delhi Govt hospitals from Feb 1: Kejriwal 18.1.2016 TOI: Delhi Times
A week after he chaired a meeting of top health officials from the state to discuss ways to improve public health, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced There will be no user charges for tests at Delhi Government-run hospital from February ...
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Kejriwal to use saved money to provide free medicines in Delhi Govt. hospitals 17.1.2016 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Jan 17 : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kerjiwal announced on Sunday that his government will be using the saved money from various projects to provide free medications in government hospitals.
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Human activity leading Earth into a new geological epoch 12.1.2016 Zee News : Science and Technology
Has rapid human activity driven Earth into a new geological epoch? According to an international group of geoscientists, the evidence for a new geological epoch which marks the impact of human activity on Earth is now overwhelming.
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Human activity leading Earth into a new geological epoch 11.1.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Has rapid human activity driven Earth into a new geological epoch? According to an international group of geoscientists, the evidence for a new geological epoch which marks the impact of human activity on Earth is now overwhelming.
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Human activity leading Earth into a new geological epoch 11.1.2016 New Kerala: World News
London, Jan 11 : Has rapid human activity driven Earth into a new geological epoch? According to an international group of geoscientists, the evidence for a new geological epoch which marks the impact of human activity on Earth is now overwhelming.
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Japan’s Nikkei in worst New Year start in two decades 8.1.2016 Hindu: Business
A rush into the safe-haven yen also added to the Nikkei’s woes, pushing the index down 6.7 per cent over four days.
Inverting the lens 2.1.2016 Hindu: Magazine
Raghu Rai’s latest book and exhibition offer a moment of peace in these times of hysteria, a pause that offers the promise and possibility of being and becoming Indian
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Ex-Army man arrested for leaking info to ISI 28.12.2015 Jaipur News, Jaipur City News | Cities News - Times of India
An ex-Army man on Sunday was arrested and a revenue inspector detained from Pokhran area in Jaisalmer district for supplying Pakistan's ISI with sensitive information about the Indian Army ...
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For a fresh start, Modi takes Atal-Nawaz birthday bridge 26.12.2015 India News, Latest News in India, Live News India, India Breaking News - Times of India
For a fresh start, Modi takes Atal-Nawaz birthday bridge
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What the Indo-Japan nuclear MoU actually means 17.12.2015 Rediff: Columns
There are many reasons for Japan to turn a deaf ear to its anti-nuclear lobby and concentrate on its geo-strategic imperatives to sign the nuclear deal with India, says Debalina Ghoshal.
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