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Indias second moon mission aimed at more than just earning bragging rights

India’s first lunar mission, Chandrayaan-1, orbited the moon in 2008, but did not land there. Come July 15 and the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) will launch a second mission,…

India

Electric Vehicles in India to be Exempted from Registration Fees, Govt Pushes Green Mobility

Electric Vehicles in India to be Exempted from Registration Fees, Govt Pushes Green Mobility The exemption of road tax will apply to all categories of vehicles – two-wheelers, three-wheelers and…

World

Solar power tariff remains low at Rs 2.5 per unit in SECI auction

State-owned power giant NTPC, Mahindra Susten, Hero Future Energies and Azure Power Maple on June 19 emerged as the lowest bidders for 750-MW solar projects, in an auction by the…

Business

Apple considers moving 15% to 30% of its manufacturing out of China – GSMArena.com news

Apple is considering moving its production capacity from China to Southeast Asia, Nikkei Asian Review reported. Company representatives are discussing with suppliers how much of the capacity can be moved…

Technology

MX Player now supports picture-in-picture mode

MX Player now supports picture-in-picture mode There are a lot of great video player applications for Android to choose from these days. The application still has a tremendous amount of…

Sports

India vs Pakistan: Shoaib Akhtar, Virender Sehwag silence trolls who attacked Sania Mirza

Shoaib Akhtar and Virender Sehwag said nobody has the right to question players’ families if the team did not do well on the field. Sania Mirza responded to her tweet…

Entertainment

Cersei Lannister Was Supposed to Have a Miscarriage in Game of Thrones

Cersei Lannister) recently revealed that her character, who was pregnant for the show’s final two seasons, was supposed to “lose the baby” in Season 7. Cersei’s miscarriage would’ve seriously affected…

Health

Hair-sized device can help monitor lung disease: Study

Each sensor can measure different indicators in tissues, such as acidity and oxygen levels, which provide important information on the body’s reaction to disease processes. The technology, developed by researchers…

Science

Shipworm-like creature that eats stone and excrete sand discovered by scientists

The scientists said that this species is different from common shipwrom because it bores by ingesting rock. The scientists said that this unusual creature was first discovered on the island…