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Wednesday, 19 July 2017

Astrosat, Chandra and Hubble jointly detect massive cosmic explosion

Mumbai: Three space-based observatories Astrosat, Chandra, Hubble Space Telescope and a ground-based observatory HARPS have simultaneously detected a massive coronal explosion on the nearest planet-hosting star 'Proxima Centauri', a top scientist revealed here on Wednesday.

The chance detection on May 31 this year came during a planned joint multi-wavelength simultaneous observational campaign by these observatories studying the 'Proxima Centauri' group of stars which hosts an Earth-like habitable planet -- Proxima Centaur b -- orbiting within (Proxima Centauri) its habitable zone, said Professor K.P. Singh, a scientist from Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) here.

"Our nearest neighbour, 'Proxima Centauri', at 4.25 light years, is one such star with a spectral type M5.5 and hosting an Earth-like planet, Proxima Centauri b, orbiting within its habitable zone," said Singh.

However, the habitability of the planet depends on the high-energy radiation as a result of the chromospheric and coronal activity of the host star.

Astrosat is a multi-wavelength astronomy mission built by a consortium of institutes across India led by ISRO Satellite Centre (ISAC, Bengaluru); TIFR, Mumbai; IIA, Bengaluru; Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC, Thiruvananthapuram); Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA, Pune); and Space Applications Centre (SAC, Ahmedabad) in collaboration with University of Leicester (UK) and the Canadian Space Agency.

The Chandra programme is managed by NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center, Alabama (USA). The flight operations and the Chandra Science are controlled by the Smithsonian Astrophysics Observatory in Cambridge, Massachusetts (US).

Source:-Zeenews

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Monday, 17 July 2017

Kolkata Presidency University student runs canteen in campus

Kolkata: A first year student of Presidency University has set up a mobile canteen in the campus offering fast food, favourite among the Gen Next.

"Instead of oil-dripping biriyani or regular full- course meal at other canteens, my cart offers quick grabs with which the present generation can instantly connect," Political Science student Raunak Kapoor told PTI.

His cart offers chicken sandwiches, cold coffee, noodles and the like. "We are regularly adding one thing or the other," said the 20-year-old student.

One of the patrons, History student Suman Das said, "Raunak is popular among students and polite to customers. His cart offers small grabs priced at Rs 10-20 and his strategy is more business-oriented."

Savouring noodles, English Honours student Debalina Chakraborty said, "Here the menu is similar to the ones we relish at coffee shops and hangout zones but for a cheaper price. Even a month back, we had to venture outside the campus to have Shikanji or other mocktails but not any more."

Raunak, who had 23 entrepreneurship projects in his school, said he now wished to expand the start-up to other institutions.

'Promod-da', owner of another canteen, said, "For regular meals, students visit our place. But I have best wishes for a young student."

Source:-Zeenews

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Friday, 19 May 2017

China's Xi calls for S Korea binds to get back on track



BEIJING: Chinese President Xi Jinping told a South Korean emissary on Friday he was eager to return relations on an "ordinary track" in the midst of pressures over a US against rocket framework sent on the Korean landmass.

"We're willing to work with South Korea to protect the hard-won outcomes, appropriately handle debate, put China-South Korea relations back onto a typical track," Xi said as he welcomed Lee in Beijing.

"Your visit to China to venture up the correspondence on vital issues identified with two-sided relations... demonstrates President Moon and his organization have appended high significance to our ties," Xi said.

As far as it matters for him, Lee said Moon requesting that he express his "appreciation" to Xi for his message of congrats after the race.

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Thursday, 18 May 2017

Will Delhi water emergency ease today? Everyone's eyes on Arvind Kejriwal



New Delhi: In an offered to mollify the outrage of Delhiites thinking about the water emergency, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had on Wednesday guaranteed that supply of water in the national capital will standardize by Thursday.

Delhi Jal Board CEO Keshav Chandra communicated trust that generation at the treatment plants - Wazirabad and Chandrawal - will "balance out" by Thursday and supply will progressively make strides.

Water supply in the national capital was hit after Haryana on Monday evening decreased water supply to the city.

Two water treatment plants - Wazirabad and Chandrawal which treat around 220 MGD (million gallons for each day) out of the 900 MGD treated in Delhi - were down to 60 percent of their ability as the city was getting around 80 MGD (million gallons for each day) not as much as its offer.

Considering the present situation, certain regions that gone under the dispersion system of these plants stayed influenced as the day progressed.

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Wednesday, 10 May 2017

India won't sit inertly if its officers are assaulted: US official



WASHINGTON: Asking Pakistan to cinch down on fanatic gatherings inside its domain, a top US administrator has advised Islamabad that India would not sit inertly if its troopers or subjects were being assaulted.

"(They) are supported by Pakistan. They (Trump organization) should be more towards putting the weight on Pakistan to follow LeT and other activist gatherings inside Pakistan that are creating pressures on the India-Pakistan fringe," he said in light of a question.

"I think the accentuation here is that they (Pakistan) need to accomplish more to brace down on those rough and radical gatherings inside Pakistan themselves, since India won't sit by inactively while it's warriors or it's subjects are being assaulted," said Crowley, a previous co-Chair of the House India Caucus.

The Congressman said these issues ought to be dealt with in a reciprocal way by the two nations.

"In any case, I do believe there's a part that the United States can play as both a companion to India and Pakistan to put the weight on our companions to discover a route forward to help keep peace in the district and to achieve compromise," the Democratic official from New York said.

Monday, 8 May 2017

Kapil Mishra to document FIR against AAP pioneers, challenges Arvind Kejriwal to challenge race against him



New Delhi: Sacked Aam Aadi party pioneer Kapil Mishra on Tuesday tested Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to leave as a MLA and challenge surveys against him.

"I have known Kejriwal throughout the previous 15 years and can accept his every single stride," Mishra stated, including that he realizes that he would be distant from everyone else in this battle against the AAP convenor, who has cash control and the support of many gathering pioneers, yet he won't retreat.

Mishra tossed an open test to challenge surveys against him from any of the Delhi Assembly body electorate.

He additionally attacked his one-time coach, saying today Arvind Kejriwal will deliver the Vidhan Sabha to demonstrate his purity, where he himself would be the denounced, judge and witness.

"I have learnt from you (Kejriwal), favor me, as I will document FIR against you," Mishra said while tending to the press.

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Friday, 28 April 2017

Constitution gave us rights, not government: Owaisi

Hyderabad: Taking exemption to Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad's announcement that BJP-drove government had given Muslims "holiness", MIM boss Asaduddin Owaisi on Saturday said that rights were given by the Constitution, and not by the administration.

"In any case, Ravi Shankar Prasad is law serve. I might want to let him know, don't utilize 'we'. The Constitution gave us rights. You have not given us rights," Owaisi said.

It was the obligation of the administration to authorize these rights, the MIM boss stated, addressing columnists.

"This is vote based system in India and not Saddam Hussein's democracy....Constitution is preeminent and he needs to comprehend that," the Hyderabad MP said.

Prasad had said yesterday that Muslims don't vote in favor of the BJP, yet the administration has given them "legitimate sacredness".

"We have 13 boss pastors of our own. We are administering the nation. Have we exploited any Muslim noble man working in the business or administration? Have we rejected them? We don't get Muslim votes. I recognize obviously, however have we given them appropriate holiness or not?" Prasad had said.   

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