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  • Pollution Killed 25 Lakh Indians In 2015, The Most In The World: Report

    Pollution Killed 25 Lakh Indians In 2015, The Most In The World: Report

    Pollution killed 25 lakh Indians in 2015, the world's highest number of deaths caused by air, water and other forms of pollution, according to an international study. It also translates to five deaths every minute due to pollution in the country.

  • 130-Million-Year-Old Cosmic Crash Triggers Gold Rush

    130-Million-Year-Old Cosmic Crash Triggers Gold Rush

    A cosmic crash that took place 130 million years ago has given clues of how heavy metals like gold were created. The signals of the crash, which took 130 million years ago, reached Earth in August. It was immediately picked up by astronomers across the world and the findings were announced today.

  • Chennai Students Create Guinness World Record With World's Largest Biology Class

    Chennai Students Create Guinness World Record With World's Largest Biology Class

    Who knew high school science classes could be fun - and even memorable enough for a Guinness World Record. But over a thousand students in Chennai managed exactly that when they got together for a one-of-kind biology lesson on Saturday as part of the ongoing India International Science Festival.

  • Make Zero Pollution Crackers: Dr Harsh Vardhan's Challenge To Indian Scientists

    Make Zero Pollution Crackers: Dr Harsh Vardhan's Challenge To Indian Scientists

    As India grapples with the ill effects of pollution caused by the use of fire crackers on Diwali, and with the Supreme Court banning the sale of crackers in the National Capital Region (NCR), a challenge has been thrown to Indian scientists.

  • Indian Paediatrician Dr Soumya Swaminathan Appointed Deputy Director General At WHO

    Indian Paediatrician Dr Soumya Swaminathan Appointed Deputy Director General At WHO

    The head of Indian Council of Medical Research, Dr Soumya Swaminathan, has been appointed as the new Deputy Director General at the World Health Organisation in Geneva. Trained as a paediatrician, Dr Soumya is a specialist on tuberculosis and she is now the number two in the global hierarchy of the WHO, which comes as a big leg up for India in the ...

  • Resolving The Mystery Behind Floods In India

    Resolving The Mystery Behind Floods In India

    Monsoon watchers have for long been puzzled on what could be the reason for increased extreme floods that take place in India from Mumbai to all the way to Guwahati in the northeast -- since monsoon is actually weakening due to climate change

  • This Indian Invention Can Save Heart Patients During Power Cut

    This Indian Invention Can Save Heart Patients During Power Cut

    On World Heart Day, a team of innovators in Pune have revealed a hand-cranked defibrillator, which can save cardiac arrest patients when there is no electricity. A defibrillator is a medical device that delivers a dose of electric current to the heart

  • No Sabotage In PSLV Failure, It will Fly In November: Space Agency Chief

    No Sabotage In PSLV Failure, It will Fly In November: Space Agency Chief

    The launch of India's first private-sector assembled satellite, the IRNSS-1H, failed last month because a tiny but vital equipment had failed, space agency ISRO has said. Brushing away speculations of an internal sabotage on social media, ISRO chief Dr AS Kiran Kumar told NDTV that the same equipment had "worked perfectly 60 times" earlier.

  • Fashion In Reeds, Floating Lab: Biodiversity Of Northeast Moves Centrestage

    Fashion In Reeds, Floating Lab: Biodiversity Of Northeast Moves Centrestage

    A boat lab to study biodiversity, and a fashion parade to showcase it - the unique natural resources of the northeast were highlighted this month in two first-of-their-kind initiatives.

  • The Zero Just Got 500 Years Older Due To A New Study

    The Zero Just Got 500 Years Older Due To A New Study

    The zero, crown jewel of India's rich heritage in mathematics, just grew older by at least 500 years.

  • Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Now Has A New Medicinal Plant Species Named After Him

    Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Now Has A New Medicinal Plant Species Named After Him

    Indian scientists scouting the foothills of Darjeeling have discovered a new plant species and they have lovingly named it after India's 'people's president' Dr APJ Abdul Kalam. The new plant is called 'Drypetes kalamii' by scientists of the Botanical Survey of India. The shrub was found growing in the forests of Jaldapara and Buxa National Parks i...

  • 'India Is Uranium-Rich Country': Nuclear Chief Dr Sekhar Basu

    'India Is Uranium-Rich Country': Nuclear Chief Dr Sekhar Basu

    For a very long time one has only heard that India is country that is not blessed with indigenous uranium and that unless we import uranium there will be no energy independence. However, India's atomic chief Dr Sekhar Basu asserts that thanks to new explorations India is can now call itself a uranium-endowed country. NDTV visited the uranium proces...

  • Exclusive: A Rare Inside Look At India's Uranium Mines

    Exclusive: A Rare Inside Look At India's Uranium Mines

    Hidden deep below the green hills in Jharkhand is India's rich uranium resource. At Narwapahar in Jadugoda town, mining operations are highly mechanised, there are no rusty lifts. Here, one can drive into mines through the kilometres of underground highways that leads one to the uranium ore.

  • Inside India's 21st Century Underground Lab, Hunt Is On For Dark Matter

    Inside India's 21st Century Underground Lab, Hunt Is On For Dark Matter

    Indian physicists have finally got a laboratory deep underground -- almost half-a-kilometre below the earth's surface - to hunt for "dark matter", the elusive glue that holds galaxies together. A form of energy and matter, it has evaded detection so far.

  • After Failed Launch, India's First Private-Built Satellite In 'Celestial Grave'

    After Failed Launch, India's First Private-Built Satellite In 'Celestial Grave'

    After India's first private sector-built satellite imploded within moments of lift-off on Thursday, the space vehicle PSLV has been grounded until a group of scientists and experts investigates what went wrong. In space science parlance, the satellite is resting in its "celestial grave".

'Pallava Bagla' - 327 Video Result(s)

'Pallava Bagla' - 390 News Result(s)

  • Pollution Killed 25 Lakh Indians In 2015, The Most In The World: Report

    Pollution Killed 25 Lakh Indians In 2015, The Most In The World: Report

    Pollution killed 25 lakh Indians in 2015, the world's highest number of deaths caused by air, water and other forms of pollution, according to an international study. It also translates to five deaths every minute due to pollution in the country.

  • 130-Million-Year-Old Cosmic Crash Triggers Gold Rush

    130-Million-Year-Old Cosmic Crash Triggers Gold Rush

    A cosmic crash that took place 130 million years ago has given clues of how heavy metals like gold were created. The signals of the crash, which took 130 million years ago, reached Earth in August. It was immediately picked up by astronomers across the world and the findings were announced today.

  • Chennai Students Create Guinness World Record With World's Largest Biology Class

    Chennai Students Create Guinness World Record With World's Largest Biology Class

    Who knew high school science classes could be fun - and even memorable enough for a Guinness World Record. But over a thousand students in Chennai managed exactly that when they got together for a one-of-kind biology lesson on Saturday as part of the ongoing India International Science Festival.

  • Make Zero Pollution Crackers: Dr Harsh Vardhan's Challenge To Indian Scientists

    Make Zero Pollution Crackers: Dr Harsh Vardhan's Challenge To Indian Scientists

    As India grapples with the ill effects of pollution caused by the use of fire crackers on Diwali, and with the Supreme Court banning the sale of crackers in the National Capital Region (NCR), a challenge has been thrown to Indian scientists.

  • Indian Paediatrician Dr Soumya Swaminathan Appointed Deputy Director General At WHO

    Indian Paediatrician Dr Soumya Swaminathan Appointed Deputy Director General At WHO

    The head of Indian Council of Medical Research, Dr Soumya Swaminathan, has been appointed as the new Deputy Director General at the World Health Organisation in Geneva. Trained as a paediatrician, Dr Soumya is a specialist on tuberculosis and she is now the number two in the global hierarchy of the WHO, which comes as a big leg up for India in the ...

  • Resolving The Mystery Behind Floods In India

    Resolving The Mystery Behind Floods In India

    Monsoon watchers have for long been puzzled on what could be the reason for increased extreme floods that take place in India from Mumbai to all the way to Guwahati in the northeast -- since monsoon is actually weakening due to climate change

  • This Indian Invention Can Save Heart Patients During Power Cut

    This Indian Invention Can Save Heart Patients During Power Cut

    On World Heart Day, a team of innovators in Pune have revealed a hand-cranked defibrillator, which can save cardiac arrest patients when there is no electricity. A defibrillator is a medical device that delivers a dose of electric current to the heart

  • No Sabotage In PSLV Failure, It will Fly In November: Space Agency Chief

    No Sabotage In PSLV Failure, It will Fly In November: Space Agency Chief

    The launch of India's first private-sector assembled satellite, the IRNSS-1H, failed last month because a tiny but vital equipment had failed, space agency ISRO has said. Brushing away speculations of an internal sabotage on social media, ISRO chief Dr AS Kiran Kumar told NDTV that the same equipment had "worked perfectly 60 times" earlier.

  • Fashion In Reeds, Floating Lab: Biodiversity Of Northeast Moves Centrestage

    Fashion In Reeds, Floating Lab: Biodiversity Of Northeast Moves Centrestage

    A boat lab to study biodiversity, and a fashion parade to showcase it - the unique natural resources of the northeast were highlighted this month in two first-of-their-kind initiatives.

  • The Zero Just Got 500 Years Older Due To A New Study

    The Zero Just Got 500 Years Older Due To A New Study

    The zero, crown jewel of India's rich heritage in mathematics, just grew older by at least 500 years.

  • Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Now Has A New Medicinal Plant Species Named After Him

    Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Now Has A New Medicinal Plant Species Named After Him

    Indian scientists scouting the foothills of Darjeeling have discovered a new plant species and they have lovingly named it after India's 'people's president' Dr APJ Abdul Kalam. The new plant is called 'Drypetes kalamii' by scientists of the Botanical Survey of India. The shrub was found growing in the forests of Jaldapara and Buxa National Parks i...

  • 'India Is Uranium-Rich Country': Nuclear Chief Dr Sekhar Basu

    'India Is Uranium-Rich Country': Nuclear Chief Dr Sekhar Basu

    For a very long time one has only heard that India is country that is not blessed with indigenous uranium and that unless we import uranium there will be no energy independence. However, India's atomic chief Dr Sekhar Basu asserts that thanks to new explorations India is can now call itself a uranium-endowed country. NDTV visited the uranium proces...

  • Exclusive: A Rare Inside Look At India's Uranium Mines

    Exclusive: A Rare Inside Look At India's Uranium Mines

    Hidden deep below the green hills in Jharkhand is India's rich uranium resource. At Narwapahar in Jadugoda town, mining operations are highly mechanised, there are no rusty lifts. Here, one can drive into mines through the kilometres of underground highways that leads one to the uranium ore.

  • Inside India's 21st Century Underground Lab, Hunt Is On For Dark Matter

    Inside India's 21st Century Underground Lab, Hunt Is On For Dark Matter

    Indian physicists have finally got a laboratory deep underground -- almost half-a-kilometre below the earth's surface - to hunt for "dark matter", the elusive glue that holds galaxies together. A form of energy and matter, it has evaded detection so far.

  • After Failed Launch, India's First Private-Built Satellite In 'Celestial Grave'

    After Failed Launch, India's First Private-Built Satellite In 'Celestial Grave'

    After India's first private sector-built satellite imploded within moments of lift-off on Thursday, the space vehicle PSLV has been grounded until a group of scientists and experts investigates what went wrong. In space science parlance, the satellite is resting in its "celestial grave".

  • India's First Private Sector-Built Satellite Launch Unsuccessful, Says ISRO: 10 Facts

    India's First Private Sector-Built Satellite Launch Unsuccessful, Says ISRO: 10 Facts

    The launch of India's first private-sector manufactured satellite, the IRNSS-1H, was declared unsuccessful today. AS Kiran Kumar, the chief of space agency ISRO, which handled the launch, said the satellite's protective heat shield, which is expected to separate and drop off, failed to do so. This was the second failure of PSLV, which had taken up ...

  • India's First Private Sector-Built Satellite To Be Launched By ISRO Soon

    India's First Private Sector-Built Satellite To Be Launched By ISRO Soon

    India is ready to launch its first private sector-built navigation satellite today at 7 pm from Sriharikota. The satellite will replace one of NAVIC's seven satellites that is malfunctioning. The 1425 kg IRNSS - 1H satellite will lift off on the back of PSLV, India's workhorse that will be on its 41st flight.

  • 'No Rocket Science': ISRO Scientists Change Track With Music Video

    'No Rocket Science': ISRO Scientists Change Track With Music Video

    Indian rocket scientists, who work on the country's finest space vehicles and used to their roaring sounds, have made their first music video ahead of India's 70th Independence Day. While they deal with rocket science during the day, 20-odd members of ROCK@ Band (pronounced Rocket Band) make music after sunset.

  • Desi GPS Syncs Up With Indian Standard Time, Will Boost Cyber Security

    Desi GPS Syncs Up With Indian Standard Time, Will Boost Cyber Security

    One major lacuna in India's desi Global Positioning System (GPS) has been filled by linking it to the atomic clocks that give the Indian Standard Time. This reduces Navigation with Indian Constellation's (NavIC) dependence on the American GPS and adds a level of precision and accuracy that was missing in the Indian system.

  • Designer Baby Next? US Scientists Modify Genes Of Human Embryo

    Designer Baby Next? US Scientists Modify Genes Of Human Embryo

    A group of scientists in the US have taken the first steps in tweaking the genes in the human embryo - a subject fraught with fears of an eventual designer baby and a minefield of ethical dilemma. The scientists say their research has the potential to eliminate diseases that run through some families.

  • Renowned Space Scientist And Academic Yash Pal Dies At 90

    Renowned Space Scientist And Academic Yash Pal Dies At 90

    Renowned space scientist and Padma Vibhushan awardee Professor Yash Pal passed away at his residence in Noida today morning. He was 90.

  • Eminent Space Scientist UR Rao Dies At 85

    Eminent Space Scientist UR Rao Dies At 85

    Eminent space scientist and former chairman of ISRO, Udupi Ramachandra Rao, better known as Professor UR Rao, has died at his Bengaluru home early this morning. He was 85.

  • 'Saraswati': A Supercluster Of Galaxies Discovered By Indian Scientists

    'Saraswati': A Supercluster Of Galaxies Discovered By Indian Scientists

    Some may mistake them for city lights, but this is the glow from an astronomical structure named 'Saraswati' - one of the most massive, large-scale structures in the universe. Discovered by a team of Indian scientists, the supercluster of galaxies exists some four billion light years away from Earth.

  • China's Attempt To Launch One Of World's Most Powerful Rockets Fails

    China's Attempt To Launch One Of World's Most Powerful Rockets Fails

    'Long March-5 Y2' is one of world's most powerful rocket and is capable of lifting 25 tonnes into a low earth orbit and a 14 tonne class of communications satellite.

  • Inside World's Most Efficient Nuclear Reactor, Soon In India: 10 Facts

    Inside World's Most Efficient Nuclear Reactor, Soon In India: 10 Facts

    Till recently, the nuclear reactor Russia's Zarechny, a town in the Ural mountains, was out of bounds - with a reason. It is the world's only commercially operating Fast Breeder Reactor. NDTV visited the facility for a glimpse of the reactor, which produces many times more energy from the same amount of fuel in comparison with conventional atomic r...

  • Will NASA-ISRO Mega Satellite Pass Trump Test? Scientists On Tenterhooks

    Will NASA-ISRO Mega Satellite Pass Trump Test? Scientists On Tenterhooks

    Space scientists in India and America are on tenterhooks as Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump meet for their first bilateral in Washington tomorrow. At stake is the world's most expensive earth-imaging satellite till date, which is being jointly made by the NASA and the ISRO.

  • ISRO's PSLV-C38 Lifts Off From Sriharikota With 31 Satellites: All You Need To Know

    ISRO's PSLV-C38 Lifts Off From Sriharikota With 31 Satellites: All You Need To Know

    The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) today successfully launched the earth observation Cartosat 2 series satellite on-board the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV) - C 38.

  • Indian Space Agency ISRO Sends Heavyweight Cartosat-2 Along With 30 Other Satellites

    Indian Space Agency ISRO Sends Heavyweight Cartosat-2 Along With 30 Other Satellites

    After the successful launch of Indian Space Research Organisation's (ISRO) most powerful Indian-made rocket on June 5, GSLV Mk III, on June 5, the space agency today launched 712-kg Cartosat-2 series satellite which was carried by India's Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle (PSLV-C38) from Andhra Pradesh's Sriharikota.

  • ISRO Launches India's Sixth Eye In The Sky, Cartosat 2, With 30 Satellites

    ISRO Launches India's Sixth Eye In The Sky, Cartosat 2, With 30 Satellites

    Hemmed in by neighbours with whom ties remain uneasy, India is increasingly turning vigilant, building fast on its monitoring capacity. Today Indian space agency ISRO launched another satellite - the eye-in-the-sky kind that sent images that came handy when surgical strikes were conducted across the Line of Control last September.

  • Was Like Father In Delivery Room: ISRO Chief On Baahubali Rocket Lift-Off

    Was Like Father In Delivery Room: ISRO Chief On <i>Baahubali</i> Rocket Lift-Off

    When the most powerful Indian-made rocket was lifting off on June 5, nearly a hundred scientists who were crowded into the control room at the space centre in Sriharikota were feeling the pressure.

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