Mangaluru blast: Police clearance certificate now compulsory for renting house in Mysuru

Days after the Mangaluru auto rickshaw blast that prompted security in the state to get on high alert, Mysuru Police has come out with an advisory for tenants in the city. According to a new rental policy prepared by the Mysuru Police, the owners will be required to have a clearance certificate from a nearby police…

MIT engineers design robots that can grow into bigger robots on their own

 As the world moves from the human-dependent workforce to robotic hands, engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have designed a unique robot that can self-assemble and build “almost anything.” The robots can help in constructing buildings, building vehicles, and even grow into…

Artemis-1: Orion to break this 52-year-old record set by Apollo 13 that failed to land on Moon

Ten days after it was launched from the shores of Cape Canaveral, the Orion spacecraft is set to put its name in record books. The spacecraft will pass the record set by Apollo 13 for the farthest distance traveled by a spacecraft designed for humans as it travels 4,32,192 kilometers from the planet. The previous…

Nepal polls: Ruling alliance heading towards majority; NC emerging as largest party

Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba’s Nepali Congress-led ruling coalition was on Friday heading towards winning a clear majority in Nepal’s parliamentary elections with the alliance bagging 64 seats out of the 118 declared In the 275-member House of Representatives, 165 will be elected through direct voting,…

RSS moves Madras HC challenging Nov 4 order on conducting route marches & meetings

The Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) on Wednesday, November 23, moved the Madras High Court once again, challenging Justice GK Ilanthiraiyan’s November 4 order that stated that the RSS route marches and meetings should be conducted in compounded premises such as grounds or stadiums. The appeal has been made by a man…

European space nations wrangle over funding increase

European nations raced down to the wire to find an extra four billion euros for space projects on the second day of talks in Paris designed to further climate research and exploration. The European Space Agency is asking its 22 member nations to come up with 18.5 billion euros ($19.06 billion) to fund rocket launches,…

KBC 14 Episode 78 Written Update: Big B says he didn’t spend much time with kids in their childhood due to work

Kaun  Banega  Crorepati 4 is being hosted by Amitabh Bachchan .  He started yesterday’s show by introducing  Shilpa Beejeta  on the hot seat.  She was the winner of the fastest finger  first round. He walked  down the memory lane.  He said how his father Harivansh Rai Bachchan worked two jobs owing to cash…

Patients in UK refusing sick notes as they cannot afford not to work, says leading doctor

More and more Britons suffering from severe illness have refused sick notes in recent times because they feel they cannot afford to take time off work, the head of the Royal College of GPs told the Guardian. In the UK, sick notes are vital to many people suffering from long term health conditions or recovering from…

Telangana forest officer dies in attack by tribals, CM KCR announces Rs 50 lakh solatium

A forest range officer (FRO) in Telangana’s Khammam district died after he was attacked by immigrant tribals in Bendalapadu village of Chandrugonda Mandal. The incident occurred on Tuesday, November 22. Chief minister K Chandrashekar Rao expressed sorrow and announced a solatium of Rs 50 lakh to the deceased FRO’s…

Japan loses satellite headed to Moon with Nasa’s Artemis-1 mission

While the Orion spacecraft beamed back incredible images of the Earth and the Moon during its closest flyby to the lunar world, not all is well with the mission. The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has lost connection with one of its CubeSats launched onboard the Artemis-1 mission. CubeSats OMOTENASHI and…