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The History of Ancient India

The Gupta age, also known as the golden period in the history of India, has left a powerful impact on India’s cultural heritage. So far, the Gupta Age has thus been a matter of unending debate in academic circles between the ‘nationalist’ and ‘Marxist’ historians. The diametrically-opposite views of this classical peri ...
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Teno – App’s Free Fee Payment Feature Launched

The movement of “Digital India” that was announced by PM Narendra Modi has become the trend of the nation. Every school is trying to ensure that their school isn’t left behind in this flow of digitization. The excitement reflects in the data that shows, more than 3000 schools across 300 cities in India have turned digital with the ...
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New Hints on How Birds Started Flying

According to a specimen from China, birds underwent skeleton changes about 120 million years ago that helped them to fly high in the sky. The new fossil evidence clears the picture about the evolution of bird flight. The evolution in birds happened during the heyday of dinosaurs. It was believed that the striking feature of birds like fused bones ...
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The Gravity Waves and its Implication on Atmosphere

As a result of destabilizing processes Gravity waves are formed in the atmosphere. Gravitational-wave astronomy is a branch of astronomy which uses gravitational waves to collect observational data about sources of detectable gravitational waves. Whenever a destabilizing incidence happens in the atmosphere such as, weather fronts, during ...
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Keep the Beaches Perfect and Clean

The sea water is very important and helps to provide tons of seafood. It is also a source of fun for Captains and local residents. When the weather is warm, the one thing everybody loves is to have a good swim and cookout at beach site. But the things are hardly perfect these days. It has been found by the Ocean Conservancy that debris in the ocean ...
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Soil Hides Mysterious Climate Solution Inside

As per the scientists, if you want to slow the rising effects of global warming then look under your feet. It’s been said after a research that showed soils holds capabilities to trim down global warming. Soils have the potential trap carbon dioxide that is much greater than previously measured. The research was conducted by the Stanford rese ...
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Agri-Environmental Schemes: Lifeline for Wildflower Pollinators

Agriculture has been an integral part of human civilisation for a very long time. The agriculture pattern has been changing with our needs and requirements. With the rise in population agricultural production has also increased with fast pace. But, on the other side, this increased agricultural production has been causing loss to flower-rich habita ...
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Archeologists Discover the Neanderthal Legacy

For the very first time, researchers’ has conducted a study based on the genome from a 52,000-year-old female Neanderthal. The study took place at the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig. The research was done under the supervision of the institute’s researchers. As per the researchers, there is a link between ...
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Making Nintendo 64 Classic Mini Very Soon

With the success of SNES Mini, Nintendo has turned its attention towards next project, the Nintendo 64 or the N64. The Nintendo 64 was released in 1996 and went to face others with Sony’s original PlayStation. Nintendo have to cross few hurdles to get the N64 Mini out onto shelves. It should be in a way that makes the financial sense for the ...
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Hippos Are Not Infected By Vibrio cholerae

Cholera has evolved to impact and infect humans but not hippos. Cholera, the infectious disease is caused by a curved rod – shaped bacterium known as Vibrio cholerae. Disease is identified by a heavy diarrhea that looks like “rice water” and can lead to death within hours. The cholera causing bacteria can only impact humans and c ...
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