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Million galaxies mapped in 300-hour-effort to create, corroborate data about the universe
science

Million galaxies mapped in 300-hour-effort to create, corroborate data about the universe

The census will be used to study everything from star formation to evolution of galaxies to supermassive black holes and their interaction.

Budget 2019 has delivered quick fixes; govt seems to have made attempt to address several policy gaps
Business

Budget 2019 has delivered quick fixes; govt seems to have made attempt to address several policy gaps

The maiden Budget speech of Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, perhaps the longest in recent years, witnessed a flurry of policy announcements, both for rural and urban India.

SpiceJet chief Ajay Singh favours airfare hike in India 'as demand is strong'; says country fast emerging as aviation power
Business

SpiceJet chief Ajay Singh favours airfare hike in India 'as demand is strong'; says country fast emerging as aviation power

Singh said that there are challenges also, such as infrastructure challenges, but the government is putting a lot of efforts for building new airports.

Govt working on domestic production of aircraft, to join hands with major global players: Suresh Prabhu
Business

Govt working on domestic production of aircraft, to join hands with major global players: Suresh Prabhu

Prabhu warned that if MRO work is not carried out in the country then the government will be loosing out lot of money, besides job opportunities.

Features interpreted as liquid water flow on Mars may actually just be dust and sand: Study
News & Analysis

Features interpreted as liquid water flow on Mars may actually just be dust and sand: Study

Dark features earlier proposed as evidence of liquid water flowing on Mars may actually be granular flows.

NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter finds origin of sand on the red planet
News & Analysis

NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter finds origin of sand on the red planet

The fact that we see active sand dunes on Mars today requires that sand particles must be resupplied to replace the grains that are lost over time.

NASA study of ancient sea-floor deposits on Mars provides clues to the cradle of life on Earth
News & Analysis

NASA study of ancient sea-floor deposits on Mars provides clues to the cradle of life on Earth

Due to Earth's active crust, our planet holds little direct geological evidence preserved from the time when life began.

Air India disinvestment: Beyond excitement, lies the uphill task of accessing assets, keeping it lucrative for buyers
Business

Air India disinvestment: Beyond excitement, lies the uphill task of accessing assets, keeping it lucrative for buyers

Beyond the in-principle approval, what the government of India needs the most is to conduct a hard-nosed assessment of Air India’s assets versus liabilities, and a workable proposal which makes the airline attractive to any prospective buyer

Nasa's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter beams home images of the Ganges Chasma, named after India's Ganga
News & Analysis

Nasa's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter beams home images of the Ganges Chasma, named after India's Ganga

The Ganges Chasma is a deep canyon at the eastern end of the Valles Marineris, one of the largest canyon systems in the solar system.

The last volcanic eruption on Mars coincided with the extinction of the dinosaurs on Earth
News & Analysis

The last volcanic eruption on Mars coincided with the extinction of the dinosaurs on Earth

Volcanic activity on the Red Planet ceased about 50 million years ago — around the time when our planet's dinosaurs went extinct.

Nasa orbiter detects infant versions of 'spiders' on Mars
World

Nasa orbiter detects infant versions of 'spiders' on Mars

Using Nasa's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) data, researchers have detected cumulative growth of erosion-carved troughs that may be infant versions of larger features known as Martian "spiders," which are radially patterned channels found only in the south polar region of the Red Planet.

NASA Orbiter finds carbon dioxide frost that disappears overnight in dusty Mars regions
News & Analysis

NASA Orbiter finds carbon dioxide frost that disappears overnight in dusty Mars regions

NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has found that carbon dioxide ice more often covers the ground at night in some mid-latitude regions than in polar regions of the Red Planet, where it is generally absent for much of summer and fall.

Rumble on the Red Planet: NASA releases image of landslide on Mars
Life

Rumble on the Red Planet: NASA releases image of landslide on Mars

NASA has released an image of a relatively fresh landslide on Mars that shows boulder-covered landslip along a canyon wall.

Govt considering privatisation of four airports, says Ashok Gajapathi Raju
Politics

Govt considering privatisation of four airports, says Ashok Gajapathi Raju

The Union civil aviation minister was in Ahmedabad to hold a review meeting with Gujarat Civil Aviation Minister Saurabh Patel to discuss the issues and problems related to civil aviation sector in the state.

GMR seeks nod for buying out Malaysian partner's stake in MRO facility
Corporate

GMR seeks nod for buying out Malaysian partner's stake in MRO facility

The decision to acquire the stake came after the Malaysian partner expressed inability to infuse more funds into the loss making MRO facility, sources said.<br />

Air India CMD Rohit Nandan may get a 2 year extension
Corporate

Air India CMD Rohit Nandan may get a 2 year extension

Nandan's tenure has also seen hiving off of two subsidiaries - MRO and Ground Handling - and the painful integration process of esrtwhile Air India and Indian Airlines finally getting completed.

Air India unions reject govt's subsidiary formula
Business

Air India unions reject govt's subsidiary formula

Expressing their reservations on the move, the forum claimed that the AI management did not consult them before finalising the decision.

Ramco Systems Wins Order From MAS GMR
Biztech

Ramco Systems Wins Order From MAS GMR

Wins order for its Airframe Maintenance, Repair Overhaul software.

Ramco Systems Offers Version 5.2 Of M&E/ MRO Aviaton Soln
Biztech

Ramco Systems Offers Version 5.2 Of M&amp;E/ MRO Aviaton Soln

Version 5.2 expands the centralised graphical planning board, providing planners with full visibility into materials, man-power, tools and ground time constraints.

Ramco Systems Releases 5.1 Of Series 5 Aviation Suite
Biztech

Ramco Systems Releases 5.1 Of Series 5 Aviation Suite

Release 5.1 incorporates many end user enhancements.