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Large Hadron Collider (LHC), taking science to the next level

9. September 2008


The day has finally arrived. Scientists will make the first attempt to circulate the first beam in the LHC or Large Hadron Collider tomorrow. European Organization for Nuclear Research (formerly known as Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire) or CERN had earlier announced the start-up date for this most ambitious scientific research project ever to […]

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Google to launch its open source browser Chrome today

2. September 2008


[poll id="9"] Web browser war is about to become hotter than ever. Highly rumored, Google’s own web browser called Chrome is about to be released today. Google yesterday announced their plans to launch the new browser on 2nd Sep here. The open source browser will be released in Beta stage. On the surface, we designed […]

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There always is a mother in nature: Part-II

23. June 2008


There was a post: ( There always is a MOTHER in NATURE ) on this blog on a Bishnoi lady showing great love to a orphan fawn by breast feeding it along with her daughter. Somewhat similar is this mother from Yantai City,China in above pic too. The mother cat has adopted a rat and […]

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There always is a MOTHER in NATURE

5. April 2008


This picture by Hindustan Times lensman Himanshu Vyas has won the IFRA Gold Award for News Photography. Vyas had heard about an orphan fawn being looked after by a Bishnoi woman near his hometown Jodhpur. At the mud dwelling, he noticed the fawn playing with her children. “When hungry, the woman breastfed the fawn and […]

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