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    Why this exoplanet is at large distance from sun-like star

    A giant planet orbiting at a large distance around a sun-like star has presented a puzzle to astronomers because it does not seem to fit either of the two most well-known models for the formation of large gaseous planets, according to a study.The planet -- YSES 2b -- is located 360 light years from Earth in the direction of the southern constellation of Musca (Latin for The Fly). The...

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    No financial data of Domino's India users leaked: Jubilant

    Jubilant Foodworks that owns the master franchise for Domino's Pizza in India on Tuesday said that although it experienced an information security incident, no financial data like credit card details of its users in the country were leaked on the Dark Web.On Sunday, Alon Gal who is CTO of cyber security firm Hudson Rock, claimed that credit card details of nearly 10 lakh people who...

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    Panchayat elections in Uttar Pradesh acting as a COVID 'super spreader': CPI leader Atul Kumar Anjaan

    CPI national secretary Atul Kumar Anjaan has blamed the collapse of state administration for the chaotic conditions in Uttar Pradesh during the pandemic. Anjaan said that even after ICMR and IMA had warned about the severity of the second wave, no preparation was made by the Yogi Adityanath government to deal with the situation.The CPI national...

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    Health hacks for the work-from-home life

    The work-from-home routine in 2020 brought many families closer as they found themselves under the same roof for an extended period of time. As curfews restrict movement and people have to home shelter, setting health goals can help you achieve wellness as a family while you stay safe.Madhuri Ruia, nutritionist and Pilates expert shares how you can become each other's cheerleaders by encouraging a...

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    Cancer warriors: Woman turns entrepreneur, motivational speaker, cop fights alone, wins and helps needy now

    "It was January 15, 2017, I felt a kind of lump. I went for mammography that confirmed breast cancer on my right side. I was shell-shocked and badly shaken. They believed that I would not survive but I actually lived more meaningfully after that."Says Anchal Sharma who did not panic nor did she tell anyone in the family after she...

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    Country will overcome second COVID wave with combined efforts of all: PM Narendra Modi

    The country is again faced with a big battle against COVID-19 and conditions will improve with the decisions taken in recent days, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Tuesday and stressed that lockdown should be the last option.In his address to the nation, Modi said the people were undergoing suffering but "we need to fight it out with all our...

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    Memories of last year's lockdown fresh in mind, CM's assurances meaningless for Delhi's migrant workers

    Migrant workers continue to leave Delhi in large numbers. Thousands of them gathered at Anand Vihar ISBT to catch buses on the evening of April 19 within hours of the announcement of six days' lockdown by the Chief Minister of Delhi.Police said that on the morning of April 20, over 5000 people were present at Anand Vihar ISBT and railway...

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    LIVE News Updates: We are confident we will be able to win over pandemic by people's participation, says PM

    1,761 coronavirus deaths in India in biggest one-day spike, 2.59 lakh new casesIndia reports 2,59,170 new COVID-19 cases, 1,761 deaths and 1,54,761 discharges in the last 24 hours, as per Union Health MinistryI urge the States to consider lockdowns only as the last option and focus creating on micro containment zones: PM Narendra ModiI...

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    Modi govt needs to stop indulging in politics and address crises triggered by the second wave of COVID

    The Prime Minister woke up very late in appealing to the pilgrims at Kumbh to go back and that Kumbh should be symbolic now. The damage has already been done. Even if those at Kumbh start to vacate the place, it may take several days before the area is completely free. These people have come from all over the country and now returning home they...

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    'The People Vs Tech': Bitter battle between democracy and technology

    It was widely held belief in the last decades of previous century that the advent of technology or what has been called the Information age or digital age will usher us in a more democratic, egalitarian and freer world. In the initial years this Silicon Valley promise did ensure more democratization of society and empowerment of common citizens, but as digital technology...

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