Keyword Results for   'earth'  
Japan's disaster preparedness and agri-research 'remarkable'  Sep 1, 5:38 pm
Tokyo, Sept. 1 (ANI): Japan's experience with the Great Earthquake and the Sarin gas attack in Tokyo subway by terrorists has prompted the Tokyo Metropolitan Government to undertake a range of disaster prevention and management measures.
Habitat for Humanity International gets people to sing Earth Anthem  Aug 30, 5:38 pm
Kathmandu, Aug. 30 (ANI): In a major boost to get people across the world to sing the Earth Anthem, the global organization Habitat for Humanity International has shown its support for the anthem written and produced by Indian poet-diplomat Abhay K.
Snails help scientists investigate rise, fall of Tibetan Plateau  Aug 30, 2:01 pm
Washington, Aug 30 (ANI): A new research has helped scientists investigate the rise and fall of the Tibetan Plateau by using snail shells.
Witness cosmic double play of Neptune, 'Dodgeball' Asteroid tonight  Aug 30, 11:36 am
Washington, Aug 30 (ANI): Astronomers can enjoy a cosmic double play of Neptune and 'Dodgeball' Asteroid tonight.
Scientists plan to record every sound made on Earth!  Aug 29, 2:25 pm
Washington, Aug 29 (ANI): Scientists are planning to record "every sound the Earth makes", from the songs of birds to the vibrations made by ocean waves, via online sensors in Indiana, which will run for a year.
Astronomers witness 'terrestrial planets forming' asteroids smashup  Aug 29, 11:45 am
Washington, August 29 (ANI): Astronomers have spotted an eruption of dust around a young star, which is possibly the result of a smashup between large asteroids that eventually lead to the formation of terrestrial planets.
Composition of Earth's mantle is different than previously thought: Study  Aug 27, 2:44 pm
Washington, Aug 27 (ANI): A new study has helped researchers determine that the composition of Earth's lower mantle is quiet different than previously thought.
Withering Hopes of getting adequate pension  Aug 27, 12:20 pm
Kargil, August 27 (ANI)Huddled near the 'thup' (traditional hearth) in a dimly lit room, sixty-three year old Tashi Palmo eyes the stranger in her house with a mixed expression. Her small house in a remote village of Kargil district receives few visitors. The widow raises her eyebrows and asks, "Yearang social pa ina? (Are you from the Social Welfare Department?)" A no for an answer dashes her hopes yet again - she has been expecting someone from the department to turn up.
NASA's spacecraft crosses Neptune's orbit, now on way to Pluto   Aug 26, 12:14 pm
Washington, Aug 26 (ANI): NASA's spacecraft New Horizons has crossed the Neptune's orbit and now it is on its way to become the first probe to make the historic Pluto flyby on July 14, 2015.
Northern Carolina hit by strongest earthquake in 25 years  Aug 25, 10:53 am
Washington, Aug 25 (ANI): Northern Carolina has reportedly been hit by the strongest earthquake in 25 years, a report said.
Dearth of quality faculty posing challenge for India's engineering colleges: Massachusetts Varsity academic  Aug 21, 6:28 pm
Noida, Aug. 21 (ANI): India still faces an acute shortage of quality faculty members, whose need is felt in the country's roughly 3,000 engineering colleges.
NASA discovers ozone-depleting compound in Earth's atmosphere  Aug 21, 5:40 pm
Washington, Aug 21 (ANI): NASA has discovered large amount of an ozone-depleting compound from an unknown source decades, after the compound was banned worldwide, in the Earth's atmosphere.
Himachal hit by tremors  Aug 21, 4:36 pm
Shimla (Himachal Pradesh), Aug.21 (ANI): Earthquake tremors of magnitude 5 on richter scale were felt today in Himachal Pradesh at around 1:40 p.m.
Interstellar dust grains may explain origin of solar system  Aug 19, 1:39 pm
London, August 19 (ANI): Scientists are hopeful that the interstellar dust grains gathered by the NASA Stardust spacecraft and brought back to Earth will help in better understanding the complexities of the solar system's formation.
6.2 magnitude earthquake injures 50 in western Iran  Aug 18, 3:05 pm
Washington, Aug 18 (ANI): A powerful earthquake has reportedly hit Western Iran close to the Iraq border and has injured dozens of Iranians.
Astronomers discover intermediate-sized 'rare' black hole in galaxy Messier 82   Aug 18, 12:42 pm
Washington, Aug 18 (ANI): Scientists have recently discovered an intermediate-sized black hole for the very first time in the nearby galaxy Messier 82.
'City-killer' asteroid heading towards Earth at 'impossible' rate may wipe out planet   Aug 16, 12:01 pm
London, Aug 16 (ANI): Asteroid 1950 DA is heading towards Earth at a very fast rate and the collision might end the life on the planet, it has been reported.
SC bans kids below 12 to be part of Janmashtami human pyramids  Aug 14, 6:55 pm
New Delhi, Aug.14 (ANI): The Supreme Court on Thursday barred children below the age of 12 from participating in the formation of human pyramids on Dahi Handi - an earthen pot filled with butter milk - a festival event largely celebrated in Mumbai on the occasion of Krishna Janmashtami that will fall on Monday.
'Super-sharp' Earth imager satellite launched into space  Aug 14, 2:04 pm
London, Aug 14 (ANI): DigitalGlobe recently launched the most powerful commercial imaging spacecraft WorldView-3 into the space from California, US.
What's holding 'gravity-defying' near-Earth asteroid together revealed  Aug 14, 1:10 pm
Washington, Aug 14 (ANI): A new study has helped scientists uncover the forces that are keeping the near-Earth asteroid from breaking apart and potentially protecting Earth from a massive asteroid impact.
'Leaky' membrane fueled life on earth 4-bln-yrs ago   Aug 13, 3:34 pm
Washington, Aug 13 (ANI): A new study may finally unravel four-billion-year mystery about how life evolved on earth, as it has suggested that "leaky" membrane in our last common ancestor, a single-celled organism that spurred growth.
2010 Chile earthquake triggered icequakes in Antarctica  Aug 11, 2:42 pm
Washington, Aug 11 (ANI): A new study has revealed that Antarctica's frozen ground is receptive to seismic waves from distant earthquakes after the researchers found out that 2010 Chile earthquake was the reason behind icequakes in Antarctica.
Astronaut Alexander Gerst steers Eurobot rover on Earth from space  Aug 9, 1:05 pm
London, Aug 09 (ANI): ESA's astronaut Alexander Gerst recently drove a car-sized rover from space that could connect astronauts with the vehicles on alien worlds in future.
'One-of-a-kind' meteorite unveils violent past of Earth's solar system   Aug 9, 11:48 am
Melbourne, Aug 09 (ANI): A volcanic meteorite recovered in Western Australia has helped researchers uncover the fierce past Earth's solar system.
Will 'supermoon' set off 'end of world' on Aug 10?  Aug 9, 11:20 am
London, Aug 09 (ANI): It has been reportedly revealed that the 'supermoon' on August 10 might set in motion the "end of life" as we know it.
TOP VIDEO STORIES
PHOTO GALLERY