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Is there Life Out There?
The presence of phosphine in Venus's thick atmosphere has revived the age-old question: Are we alone.Kumar Abishek explores the mysteries of the universe. IMAGE: A computer generated image shows......
Message in a bottle: How one golden disk carries human history into the cosmos
This week marks the 4th anniversary of the Voyager 1 spacecraft crossing over from our solar system into interstellar space. Prathmesh Kher/Rediff.com recalls how a planetary mission became......
New Super-Earth may be able to support life!
Astronomers have discovered a new super-Earth planet around a nearby star that may have an Earth-like climate and be just right to support life. The new planet exists in the habitable zone of a......
More planets could harbour 'alien' life: Scientists
There is a possibility of many more habitable planets in the universe than previously thought, according to a new computer model that allows scientists to identify the liquid underground water.......
A Q Khan world's greatest proliferator: Clinton
Pakistan's rogue nuclear scientist A Q Khan is world's greatest proliferator, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said today. "With respect to A Q Khan, there's no doubt he is probably the......
India may be entering a Goldilocks period
'The attempt to build a negative narrative about India's economic performance is disingenuous.''For the investors as well as the targeted beneficiaries of welfare schemes, the ground reality is......
Why rupee slide is not that big a threat
We are much better placed than in 2013 with our overall fundamentals much stronger - higher foreign exchange reserves, a more favourable growth-inflation mix and an institutional framework for......
Moody's says India recovering from DeMo, GST; puts growth at 7.6%
It had upped India's rating to Baa2 from Baa3 and changed its rating outlook to 'stable' from 'positive', saying the reforms would help stabilise rising levels of debt. Moody's Investors Service......
Will stocks crash globally in 2018?
Just when stocks are seen as invincible, we should worry, warns Akash Prakash. We are now in the ninth year of the bull market in equities, specifically, and financial assets more broadly. The......
India has delinked from the emerging markets pack
Abheek Barua believes India is protected from the 'downside' that emerging markets might face, but is likely to ride the upside when the EM boat rises. The economist's insight into the global......
Shah Rukh Khan: The King's Speech
Even as Mumbai's teenybopper population was drowning in Beiber-sized disappointment, my super-filmi week delighted in a breathtaking journey to Amazon, Satyajit Ray's fabulous use of fantasy to......
Review: Dear Zindagi's high on sublime Alia, splendid SRK!
'Who better than the flag bearer of celluloid romance to inspire a depressed, desolate heart?' asks Sukanya Verma of Gauri Shinde's fine film. Sad and sleepless is nothing unusual for a......
Neil Nitin Mukesh: Don't need publicity, my name is strong enough
Although his last two films David and 3G did not work at the box office, Neil Nitin Mukesh is confident that Shortcut Romeo will be the answer to critics, who have typecast him as a non-commercial......
Kareena: Will ALWAYS Do Item Numbers!
Kareena Kapoor may have married Saif Ali Khan but is not ready to assume the title of a begum just yet. After the much publicised nuptials that took place in October this year,......
Celebrating Kareena's 30 sizzling avatars
She was born to be a star. Whether it's her celebrated lineage or her self-assured aura, Kareena Kapoor spells celluloid magic like no one else.Right from the onset, the almond-eyed beauty laid......
Images: Australia vs West Indies, Champions Trophy
After winning the toss, West Indies skipper, Floyd Reifer, elected to bowl first. And what a decision it turned out to be! Opening the bowling for West Indies, Kemar Roach got Australian......
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