New Zealand vs West Indies: Cricket live score World Cup 2015

March 20, 2015 / No Comments

The fourth quarter final between New Zealand and West Indies has begun at the Westpac Trust Stadium at 06:30 AM IST. As per latest updates, the Kiwis have scored 86 runs with the loss of one wicket in 17 overs. Martin Guptill 42 (59) and Ross Taylor 2 (5) are at the crease for New Zealand. New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum had ...

‘Water Man of India’ Rajendra Singh wins Stockholm Prize for Restorations

March 20, 2015 / No Comments

Rajendra Singh, better known as the 'Water Man of India' has won the 2015 Stockholm Water Prize. The aspiring environmental activist will receive an award worth $ 1,50,000 and it will be presented by the honorable Swedish King on Aug. 26 during the World Water Week. By winning this honor, Rajendra Singh became the the fifth Indian to win the prestigious ...

Venkatraman Ramakrishnan to head prestigious Royal Society

March 19, 2015 / No Comments

Venkatraman Ramakrishnan, the Indian Origin American scientist whose work in molecular biology fetched him the 2009 Nobel Prize in Chemistry has been confirmed as President elect of Britain's prestigious Royal Society. This post was previously held by eminent names which includes, Isaac Newton and Ernest Rutherford. Dr Venkatraman Ramakrishnan will succeed geneticist Sir Paul Nurse, who is also a Nobel Laureate. Venkatraman upon ...

Pakistan vs Australia live: Ten Sports, Star Sports and PTV Sports live streaming info and score

March 19, 2015 / No Comments

Pakistan have won the toss and have opted to bat first in the third quarter-final match of the ICC Cricket World Cup against Australia being played at the Adelaide Oval, Adelaide on March 20, 2015. Pakistan team is unchanged. One change for Australia Josh Hazlewood comes in for Pat Cummins. The squads are as below: Australia: David Warner, Aaron Finch, Steven Smith, Michael ...

Bangladesh vs India World Cup quarter-final live: BTV, Star Sports live cricket streaming info and score

March 18, 2015 / No Comments

India have won the toss and elect to bat first in their quarter-final match against Bangladesh in the ICC World Cup 2015 being played at Melbourne, Mar 19, 2015. Dhoni said after the toss, "We will bat first. Big match, put the runs on the board. Everyone is fit. Well a lot. What this unit has done is bowl in the ...

Indian Mars Orbiter Mission gets higher life expectancy

March 18, 2015 / No Comments

The Indian Mars Orbiter Mission better known as MOM is expected to outlive its calculated lifespan, and in all probabilities, this inter-planetary expedition from ISRO may remain operational even after March 24, 2015. In a Lok Sabha question hour, the Government informed that MOM will live more than its planned lifespan of six months after its insertion to the Mars orbit. As ...

Colony Collapse Disorder May Turn Catastrophic for Bee Population

February 12, 2015 / No Comments

Research findings reveal that the overall bee population across the world would be met with some fatal impact if things keep on going the way they are now. The pollinating insect is under immense pressure, due to the Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), whose causes are yet unaware. A recent phenomenon, CCD has been deemed a major catalyst for the reduction of ...

A Smile from Outer Space Snapped by Hubble Space Telescope

February 10, 2015 / No Comments

It’s said that human race has forgotten their smile with the increasing pace in their lives. In an era where our faces are kept down literally by the smartphones and tablets, we barely give a thought to smile at fellow men and women. But now, setting an example here for the entire mankind is a phenomenon in outer space. Images snapped ...

Scientists Unboil Boiled Egg; New Process Could Help Save Lives

January 29, 2015 / No Comments

It certainly isn’t any magic. It’s just pure science. Scientists from University of California-Irvine and Australia have now discovered how to unboil a boiled egg. That might sound great to anyone. And this recent discovery could well be an effective life-saver. Led by Gregory Weiss, professor in UCI, the researchers have invented the method  to unboil a boiled hen egg by ...

Japanese Firm Envisions Underwater City to Counter Rising Sea Level

January 21, 2015 / No Comments

Prevention is better than cure, they say. But there exists no such possibility when dealing with forces of nature. Man’s capabilities haven’t grown mighty enough to prevent calamities caused by nature, but they do play a part in preventing the causalities in their aftermath. And for that, human thoughts are still open to boundless dimensions. In this context, Japanese brains are ...