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Feb 25, 2019
Oscars 2019: Alfonso Cuaron wins his second Academy Award for Best Director after Gravity, for RomaAt the Oscars, Cuaron who also won the Best Cinematography and Best Foreign film, paid tributes to domestic workers, who are often relegated in the background in cinema
Jan 18, 2019
Saturn spent almost an entire existence solo, before getting its stunning ringsSaturn's primary rings appear to be just 10 million to 100 million years old, a new study has found.
Jan 05, 2019
Quacks and pseudoscientists at ISC 2019 thrash Newton, Einstein and Abdul KalamApparently, Kauravas were test tube babies & gravitational waves are actually 'Narendra Modi waves'.
Oct 16, 2018
Einstein Prize-winning Indo-American Professor Abhay Ashtekar talks gravity, physicsAshtekar contributed to the understanding of black holes, quantum gravity and quantum cosmology.
Oct 04, 2018
NASA's Parker Solar Probe successfully completes its first flyby of VenusParker Solar Probe, NASA's historic small car-sized probe will journey steadily closer to the Sun.
Sep 09, 2018
Gravity director Alfonso Cuaron wins Golden Lion for Roma at Venice Film Festival 2018Alfonso Cuaron's Roma won the Golden Lion at the 75th Venice Film Festival.
Aug 09, 2018
Oscars to add Best Popular Film category, will also shorten ceremony due to drop in ratingsThis is the first time a new Oscar category has been introduced since Best Animated Film in 2001.
Apr 15, 2018
Particle physics seems to have ceded the glamour and excitement of new discoveries to astrophysicsAstrophysicists recently announced the discovery of an ancient collection of stars 9,700 light years away from Earth with an age of 13.2 billion years
Mar 14, 2018
Stephen Hawking Dead; updates: Physicist had warned that humans would have to leave Earth in 100 yearsPhysicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking, known for his work on black holes and gravity, has died aged 76, a spokesperson for the family has said.
Jun 08, 2017
Astronomers use Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity to weigh mass of distant starAn international team of astronomers has used the Hubble space telescope to measure the mass of a star by employing Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity.