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ISRO has contingency <strong>plan</strong> for Mars orbit insertion

ISRO has contingency plan for Mars orbit insertion

16 Sep 2014

Bangalore: The Indian space agency has a contingency plan to insert its spacecraft into Martian orbit on September 24 in case its main engine fails to re-start and fire, a senior official said. The 475 kg spacecraft, with five scientific experiments on board, will enter the Mars sphere of influence September 22 after a 300-day voyage from the earth.

ISRO,   contingency plan,   Mars orbit,   red planet,   mars orbiter,  
80 percent people own smartphone worldwide: <strong>Report</strong>

80 percent people own smartphone worldwide: Report

10 Jan 2015

New York:  Nearly 80 percent of people worldwide now own a smartphone while almost 50 percent have a tablet, a report from market research firm says.

smartphone,   market research,   internet,   mobile,   tablets ,  
Homeopathy may put people's health at risk: Australian <strong>report</strong>

Homeopathy may put people's health at risk: Australian report

13 Mar 2015

Sydney: After reviewing 225 research papers on homeopathy, a top Australian body for medical research has concluded that homeopathy is not effective for treating any medical condition.

Homeopathy,   health risk,   medical treatments,   pharmacists,  
Facebook, Twitter allowing Islamophobia to flourish: <strong>Report</strong>

Facebook, Twitter allowing Islamophobia to flourish: Report

03 Jan 2015

London: Social networking giants Facebook and Twitter have not removed hundreds of inflammatory Islamophobic postings despite being alerted by anti-racism groups, a newspaper reported.In the the aftermath of the Rotherham sex-abuse scandal and the murder of British hostages held by the Sunni radical group Islamic State (IS), the number of hate messages targeting Muslims have gone up significantly in recent months.

Facebook,   Twitter,   Islamophobia,   Social networking site,   Islamic State,  
Indian hotel tariff declines 2 percent in 2014: <strong>Report</strong>

Indian hotel tariff declines 2 percent in 2014: Report

08 Mar 2015

Mumbai: Despite hotel tariff rising globally due to an improving world economy, it declined in Asia, including India, by two per cent during 2014, making it the second consecutive year the region reported a tariff decline, says a recent survey.

hotel tariff,   world economy,   tariff decline,   travel spending,   Hotel Price Index ,  
Annual desert festival to start on <strong>12th</strong> February in Rajasthan

Annual desert festival to start on 12th February in Rajasthan

10 Feb 2014

Jaisalmer: The world famous annual desert festival, which exhibits rich cultural heritage of Rajasthan, will begin with colourful procession on February 12 in Jaisalmer.

Rajasthan,   desert festival,   desert festival in Jaisalmer,   annual desert festival,   desert festival on 12th February,  
Dead man in US wakes up on way to mortuary

Dead man in US wakes up on way to mortuary

26 May 2015

Washington: A man in the Milwaukee city of US, who was pronounced dead after collapsing, began to move his limbs and breathe just before he was about to be transported to the morgue.Police found that the 46-year-old man from Wisconsin state had collapsed last week at his apartment and called for paramedics.

Dead man in US,   mortuary,   dead man alive,   investigation report,   latest lifestyle news,  
 Eggs, meat won't give you bad cholesterol: <strong>Report</strong>

Eggs, meat won't give you bad cholesterol: Report

20 Feb 2015

New York: Much to the delight of egg and meat lovers, a US advisory health panel has determined that dietary restrictions may not affect the level of bad cholesterol in the blood.

Eggs,   meat,   cholesterol,   healthy diet,   obesity,  
Air pollution discolouring Taj Mahal: <strong>Report</strong>

Air pollution discolouring Taj Mahal: Report

11 Dec 2014

Washington: A team of researchers from India and the US has found that the browning of the Taj Mahal's iconic marble dome and soaring minarets is due to dust and airborne carbon particles.

Taj Mahal,   Agra air pollution,   UNESCO World Heritage Site,   Taj Mahal minarets,   airborne carbon particles,   Taj Mahal discolouring,  
Crossword presents <strong>12th</strong> edition of book awards

Crossword presents 12th edition of book awards

07 Dec 2013

Mumbai: Crossword, the leading bookstore chain, presented the 12th edition of its popular books award in Mumbai this weekend, with Ravi Subramaniam, who is also known as the John Grisham of banking, bagging a hat-trick under the popular category.

Crossword,   12th edition of book awards,   Crossword Book Award 2013,   books,   Ravi Subramaniam,   ,  

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