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'British teen corrects NASA data error'

A 17-year-old schoolboy in the UK has pointed out an error in the data recorded by NASA on the International Space Station (ISS), earning him appreciation from the US space agency. Miles Soloman, an A-level student at Tapton school in Sheffield, contacted scientists at NASA, telling them that rad

'Lost' Chandrayaan-1 found orbiting Moon: Nasa

India's first lunar probe - the Chandrayaan-1 spacecraft - which was considered lost, is still orbiting the ...

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Fearing tighter US visa regime, Indian IT firms rush to hire and acquire

Anticipating a more protectionist US technology visa programme under a Donald Trump administration, India's ...

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India's solar farm is now the largest in the world

India has overtaken California and now has the largest solar farm in one location in the world. It was built in ...

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Google adds fact-checking to news articles

Google is adding "fact check" tags to its news articles, introducing the feature amid a US presidentia ...

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Live streaming of sporting events on new app

 Claiming to be a first for India, newly-launched app Sports Flashes will live stream all popular  ...

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