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Born in Rajasthan, brought up in New Delhi, Rohan Ganguly is a political and conflict journalist with the TeCake.com. He is best known for breaking the news on burning issues and his love for the nature. Contact: ganguly[at]tecake.com
Earliest known plant fossils unearthed in India

This 1.6 billion year old plant fossil unearthed in India might be oldest known...

In the most recent development in the paleontological and natural history of the earth, a team of researchers have excavated fossils in India that go back to almost 1.6 billion years. This path-breaking discovery is...
NASA Study Hints at Possible Change in Water ‘Fingerprint’ of Comet

NASA Study Hints at Possible Change in Water ‘Fingerprint’ of Comet

A trip past the sun may have selectively altered the production of one form of water in a comet – an effect not seen by astronomers before, a new NASA study suggests. Astronomers from NASA’s...
breakfast

4 Reasons Why You Never Should Skip Breakfast

The timeworn proverb – “Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper” rings true, according to the latest study report. While most of the figure-conscious people think skipping...
7 exoplanet

Scientists at NASA find 7 new Earth-like exoplanets orbiting dwarf star 40 light years...

The discovery of seven Earth-sized Exoplanets was announced by NASA. “Exoplanets are the planets that revolve around the star other than our own star Sun”. This discovery has lit a ray of hope in...
NASA Cassini spacecraft spots 'Rays of Creusa' on Saturn moon Dione

Watch this breathtaking pic of ‘Rays of Creusa’ on Saturn moon Dione captured by...

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has shared another beautiful image beamed back by the Cassini spacecraft. The image shows Saturn moon Dione and craters that really stand out on the moon when...
This Scottish man is paying 50 pounds per month for preserving his brain after death

This Scottish man is paying 50 pounds per month for preserving his brain after...

People donate their organs after death so that some other needy persons can use them. The process also ensures that the organs are still preserved and alive even after death. Similarly, a person is...
New Hitch for Samsung: Release of Galaxy S8 Allegedly Deferred By 2 Weeks

Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus leaks roundup: All you need to know

It is more than a year to the launch of Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, and now the market is eagerly waiting for the next edition of the same flagship. However, as we know,...
Moto_Z_Play

Motorola rolls out Android Nougat 7.0 for unlocked Moto Z play

Lenovo-owned Motorola will soon roll out Android Nougat 7.0 update for unlocked Moto Z play devices. However, Google hasn't yet listed the play edition in its list devices compatible with the Daydream games. Thus, users...
Watch this stunning image of Northern lighting in darkness captured by NASA satellite

See Full Size Image of ‘Northern Lights in Darkness’ Released by Nasa

These stunning solar wind events resulting in colourful lighting can happen anytime of the year. Scientists just wait for the right moment to capture them in the camera and later release those incredible shots to...
NASA Langley’s Icy Concept for Living on the Red Planet

NASA Langley’s Icy Concept for Living on the Red Planet

The US space agency is planning to send astronauts on Journey to Mars where they try to grow vegetables and set up human colony. However, living on the red planet is not that easy...
Researchers develop Wolvarine-like self healing and stretchable material

Wolverine-like self healing material will enable robots to repair themselves

Everyone gets fascinated with the healing ability of legendary character Wolverine of X-Men. Taking the inspiration from the mutant, researchers have developed a material that is stretchable and has self-healing ability. The transparent material is...
Xiaomi Redmi Note 4

Xiaomi to launch Redmi Note 4 in two variants in India in January next...

The top Chinese smartphone making brand Xiaomi, spreading its grounds in the Indian smartphone Market and has gained decent popularity especially in the budget smartphone segment and now the company is gearing up to launch...
Chinese researchers develop new 'super strong' and 'super light' material to be used in Bulletproof Vests

Wonder material Graphene paves the way for ultrafast next-gen electronic devices

In a new find, scientists have shown a new way to transmit extremely high current for next generation ultra-fast electronic devices using the wonder material graphene. Researchers believe that graphene has potential to create...
iss in sky

Hey, What’s that bright object in night sky? It’s International Space Station in Wichita

After giving its wonderful and breathtaking views in the night skies of Mumbai, ISS, the largest habitable artificial satellite of NASA is likely to be visible in the skies of Wichita and Kansas tonight...
Small Troughs Growing on Mars May Become 'Spiders', reveals NASA MRO

NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter detect baby Martian Spiders

NASA’s scientists believed that they have found the infant version of Mars Spider during a satellite survey. Scientists of NASA, using the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO)’s survey reports, have been able to spot the...
Small Troughs Growing on Mars May Become 'Spiders', reveals NASA MRO

NASA MRO image solves the mystery of how ‘Spiders’ grow on Mars

Scientists at National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) have observed Martian surface very closely and have revealed that the erosion-carved troughs that are very small at present might later become larger feature called Martian...
IIT-B TechFest 2016 starts from today; All you need to know

Mind-Controlled Drones to Be the First-Day Attraction in IIT Bombay Techfest 2016

IIT-Bombay is all set to start the annual Techfest with a bang with various innovative and futuristic display of technology which will include mind-controlled drones, robot wars, launch vehicles and satellites from ISRO (Indian...
Palaeontologists discover first ever dinosaur tail and feathers trapped in Amber

This amazing amber piece has trapped feathered dinosaur tail, Watch image

In an astonishing find, researchers have discovered a chunk of feathered dinosaur tail stuck in amber which includes flesh, bone, feathers and other body parts. The revolutionary find is a proof that dinosaurs with...
ISRO to help TeamIndus for its India's first private mission to the moon

ISRO to help TeamIndus for its India’s first private mission to the moon

The Bengaluru-based startup TeamIndus, which came into fame for its India’s first ever private mission to the moon. After the success of Chandrayaan mission, ISRO has announced to help the company. Though the startup has no aerospace background, but...
Researchers decode 51-million-year old secret to Darwin's theory of supergene

51-million-year old mystery solved as researchers find what led to Darwin’s theory of supergene

In a breakthrough, researchers have decoded the 51.7 million-year-old genetic secret to a theory given by the father of evolution Charles Darwin nearly 150 years ago. Since the start of 16th century, biologists knew that...
Researchers discover world's first polluted river 7000-year-old

Researchers discover world’s first polluted river 7000-year-old

In an astonishing find, researchers have discovered the world's first polluted river in the history of Earth. Several rivers across the globe are polluted due to human intervention and governments are spending billions to...

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