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India's First Cryogenic Satellite GSLV-D5 Set For Lift-Off

The 29-hour countdown for the ₹200-crore satellite project will end at 4.50 pm on Monday, when India will launch the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle-D5 (GSLV-D5), carrying a communications satellite GSAT-14. Aug 19, 2013
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20 More Chelyabinsk-Like Meteors Headed for Earth?

In a recent study, scientists discovered the source of meteor which struck the Russian city of Chelyabinsk earlier this year and have detected about 20 more such types of gigantic meteors which could pose a possible threat for the planet in the near future. Aug 14, 2013
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Indian Leaders Insensitive Towards Poverty? ₹1 Per Meal Considered Absurd

In a shocking revelation of Indian leaders' apathy towards the gruesome problem faced by a big chunk of the country's population, politicians are making claims that meals cost from ₹1 to ₹12 in India, forgetting the fact that 42 percent of children in the country are malnourished. Jul 26, 2013
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