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What causes a tsunami and why are they so destructive
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What causes a tsunami and why are they so destructive

Since the energy in tsunami waves reaches all the way to the bottom of the ocean, the depth of the sea floor is the primary factor that determines how fast they move

End of humanity begins in 2050, most climate change models too 'conservative': Report
science

End of humanity begins in 2050, most climate change models too 'conservative': Report

The report predicts total chaos & destruction, suggesting an emergency plan for the dire situations to come.

Gurmeet Ram Rahim convicted: Quantum of punishment to be announced through video-conferencing
India

Gurmeet Ram Rahim convicted: Quantum of punishment to be announced through video-conferencing

The hearing for deciding the quantum of punishment to Dera Sacha Sauda chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh, convicted in a rape case by a CBI court in Panchkula on Friday, will take place through video-conferencing on 28 August

NASA to study Bennu, a giant asteroid heading towards Earth
News & Analysis

NASA to study Bennu, a giant asteroid heading towards Earth

NASA will study a near-Earth asteroid that is coming towards our planet after being dislodged by a gravitational pull and could indeed strike us and cause massive destruction.

Goddess Kali showcased on the Empire State building in NYC and here's why
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Goddess Kali showcased on the Empire State building in NYC and here's why

Goddess Kali took over New York City last week, quite literally and it's breathtaking!

Cyclone Marcia slams into Australia's Queensland: Buildings damaged, power lines affected
World

Cyclone Marcia slams into Australia's Queensland: Buildings damaged, power lines affected

Two powerful cyclones roared ashore in Australia on Friday leaving a trail of destruction with buildings severely damaged, trees uprooted and power lines downed.

Marine wildlife about to collapse in the next 100 years: study
Life

Marine wildlife about to collapse in the next 100 years: study

The collapse of wildlife on land due to human activity is about to recur in the sea in the next 100 years, a consortium of scientists has found.

Israel resumes destruction of Palestinian homes in West Bank
World

Israel resumes destruction of Palestinian homes in West Bank

Israeli authorities say they have issued home destruction notices to the families of several Palestinians in the West Bank implicated in attacks against Israelis.

Philippines death toll from Typhoon Haiyan tops 6,000
World

Philippines death toll from Typhoon Haiyan tops 6,000

The government's disaster response agency said that 6,009 people have been confirmed dead while 1,779 others remain unaccounted for.

Oklahoma tornado: Death toll rises to 91, children among worst hit
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Oklahoma tornado: Death toll rises to 91, children among worst hit

Over 90 people, including 20 children, were killed after a monstrous tornado ripped through Oklahoma, flattening neighbourhoods, crushing two elementary schools.