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  • M Curie, F Nightingale & Teresa top of women who've changed the world

    Marie Curie, Florence Nightingale and Margaret Thatcher have been named as the top three women who have 'changed the world'. The definitive list, which also includes campaigners, royals and authors, was compiled following a poll of 2,000 British adults. Also included were fashion pioneer Coco Chanel, Harry Potter author J. K. Rowling and iconic sex symbol Marilyn Monroe, Pioneer: Marie Curie's work in chemistry made her the first woman ever to win a Nobel Prize, which she then went on to win again before dying of radiation poisoning in 1934 at the age of 66 ,Powerful women: The founder of modern nursing Florence Nightingale (left) and Britain's...

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  • Sania Mirza named UN Women's Goodwill Ambassador for South Asia

    Indian tennis star Sania Mirza was on Tuesday appointed the UN Goodwill Ambassador for the South Asian region by UN Women at an event held to mark the International Day To End Violence Against Women. Sania, India's most successful women's tennis player and the first Indian to break into the World Tennis Association's top 50 rankings, is the first South Asian woman to be appointed the goodwill ambassador in the organisation's history. "My role is a very important battle that I will fight off the tennis court for gender equality. Gender Equality is what I believe in," the ace tennis player said. In her capacity as the goodwill ambassador, she intends to educate women...

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  • India's Mangalyaan among best inventions of 2014

    Mangalyaan has been named among the best inventions of 2014 by Time magazine which described it as a technological feat that will allow India to flex its "interplanetary muscles." "Nobody gets Mars right on the first try. The US didn't, Russia didn't, the Europeans didn't. But on September 24, India did. That's when the Mangalyaan ...went into orbit around the Red Planet, a technological feat no other Asian nation has yet achieved," Time said about Mangalyaan, calling it "The Supersmart Spacecraft." Mangalyaan is among the 25 'Best Inventions of 2014' listed by Time magazine that are "making the world better, smarter andin some casesa little more fun." ...

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  • New method estimates magnetic field of an exoplanet

    Scientists have developed a new method that can estimate the magnetic field of a distant exoplanet An exoplanet is a planet, which is located outside the solar system and orbits a different star. Kristina Kislyakova of the Space Research Institute of the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Graz and an international group of physicists for the first time ever have estimated the value of the magnetic moment and the shape of the magnetosphere of the exoplanet HD 209458b. Planet HD 209458b (Osiris) is a hot Jupiter, approximately one third larger and lighter than Jupiter. It is a hot gaseous giant orbiting very close to the host star HD 209458. Scientists used the observations of the Hubble Space Telescope of the HD 209458b in the hydrogen Lyman-alpha line at the time of transit, when the planet crosses the stellar disc as seen from the Earth.

  • SAARC: India terms terrorism as biggest challenge for region

    Addressing the SAARC Foreign Ministers meeting here, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj strongly emphasised on improving road, rail, sea and air connectivity among the member countries to spur economic growth and asserted India's "neighbourhood first policy" to ensure overall development of the region. Referring to a recent suicide bombing in Afghanistan that left more than 50 people dead, of killing and maiming people watching a volleyball match, has shown once again that terrorism is the biggest challenge our region faces today, and requires a collective response." She also conveyed condolences to the government and people of Afghanistan for the "terrible tragedy". Talking about making SAARC more effective, Swaraj said the new BJP-led government has been following the vision of "together with all ;development for all".

  • Protests across US as troops deployed in Ferguson

    Protest marches have sprang up across the United States, and police battled to stifle another night of unrest in Ferguson, ground zero of America's latest racially-charged riots. Violence erupted in the St Louis, Missouri suburb for a second night, after Monday's decision by a grand jury not to prosecute a white police officer for shooting dead an unarmed black teenager in August. Windows were smashed at city hall, a police car was set on fire and protesters pelted police with rocks, bottles, chunks of concrete and a Molotov cocktail, St Louis County police said. Demonstrators also threw bottles appearing to contain urine. He said 44 arrests were made, but that in general the night was calmer than Monday, when the town saw rampaging looters, much gunfire from rioters and at least 12 buildings set on fire. This time police only used tear gas once, Belmar said.


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