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Rise in space junk orbiting the Earth could 'provoke armed conflict', Russian scientists warn Rise in space junk orbiting the Earth could 'provoke armed conflict', Russian scientists warn

The rise of space junk orbiting the Earth could 'provoke armed conflict' as damage to military…


Soon, Experience Your Facebook Timeline In 3D Soon, Experience Your Facebook Timeline In 3D

New York:  If you are an Apple user, get ready to experience your Facebook Timeline in 3D soon.…


'Tweak' can help people use 'censored' Facebook on smartphones 'Tweak' can help people use 'censored' Facebook on smartphones

New York: In what can allow many people in countries like China and Iran use Facebook where it is censored,…


Storks shun migration for junk food Storks shun migration for junk food

Storks feeding on rubbish dumps instead of migrating are more likely to survive the winter, research…


Now, enjoy sports in real time on Facebook Now, enjoy sports in real time on Facebook

Social networking giant Facebook has launched Sports Stadium, a dedicated place to experience sports…


'Extinct' tree frog rediscovered in India after 137 years 'Extinct' tree frog rediscovered in India after 137 years

An extraordinary tree frog thought to have died out more than a century ago has been rediscovered in…


Is there a real ninth planet out there? Is there a real ninth planet out there?

Astronomers from the California Institute of Technology have claimed to find an evidence of a new giant…


2015 is warmest year on record, NOAA and NASA say 2015 is warmest year on record, NOAA and NASA say

Last year was the Earth's warmest since record-keeping began in 1880, the U.S. National Oceanic…


Beat this! Not more than 200 friends on Facebook Beat this! Not more than 200 friends on Facebook

If someone claims that he or she has over 1,000 friends on Facebook, he or she is probably lying.  …


Global ocean warming doubles in recent years Global ocean warming doubles in recent years

Half of the global ocean heat content increase since 1865 has occurred over the past two decades, says…


Indian rocket with navigation satellite blasts off Indian rocket with navigation satellite blasts off

India on Wednesday successfully put into orbit in textbook style its fifth navigation satellite called…


Twitter hit by temporary outages Twitter hit by temporary outages

Twitter's social network is suffering outages in several parts of the world and it is working to…


Over 5200 women entrepreneurs on ICT to be trained Over 5200 women entrepreneurs on ICT to be trained

Microsoft Bangladesh has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Access to Information (a2i)…


Apple, Samsung and Sony face child labour claims Apple, Samsung and Sony face child labour claims

Human rights organisation Amnesty has accused Apple, Samsung and Sony, among others, of failing to do…


Quake jolts off Taiwan Quake jolts off Taiwan

Beijing: An earthquake measuring 5.4 on the Richter Scale hit the waters close to Taiwan on Tuesday,…


Hawking: Humans at risk of lethal 'own goal' Hawking: Humans at risk of lethal 'own goal'

Humanity is at risk from a series of dangers of our own making, according to Prof Stephen Hawking.  …


Man-made heat put in oceans has doubled since 1997: Study Man-made heat put in oceans has doubled since 1997: Study

The amount of man-made heat energy absorbed by the seas has doubled since 1997, a study released Monday…


SpaceX delivers satellite successfully but fails ocean landing SpaceX delivers satellite successfully but fails ocean landing

After successfully delivering a US-European ocean-monitoring satellite into orbit, a SpaceX rocket made…


YouTube returns to Pakistan YouTube returns to Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: After over three years of being told to ‘Surf Safely’, Internet users in the…


NASA programme to protect earth from asteroids NASA programme to protect earth from asteroids

New York:  NASA has started a new programme called the Planetary Defence Coordination Office (PDCO)…


NASA to launch new ocean-monitoring satellite NASA to launch new ocean-monitoring satellite

New York: NASA is scheduled to launch its new ocean-monitoring satellite -- Jason-3 -- from Vandenberg…


Coastal zones: UK's protected 'blue belt' expanded Coastal zones: UK's protected 'blue belt' expanded

The UK government has extended the coastal "blue belt" of protected marine areas.   The…


Country experiencing relatively warmer winter for 5 yrs Country experiencing relatively warmer winter for 5 yrs

Bangladesh has been experiencing comparatively warmer winter for the last five years, including this…


NASA closer than ever to sending US astronauts to Mars NASA closer than ever to sending US astronauts to Mars

Washington:  NASA is closer than ever to sending American astronauts to Mars in the 2030s and is…


Carbon emissions 'postpone ice age' Carbon emissions 'postpone ice age'

The next ice age may have been delayed by over 50,000 years because of the greenhouse gases put in the…


Bangladesh moves up four steps in GSL index Bangladesh moves up four steps in GSL index

Bangladesh has moved up by four steps in the rank of Global Service Location Index (GSLI) buoyed by…


Celebrate Facebook's anniversary as friendship day: Zuckerberg Celebrate Facebook's anniversary as friendship day: Zuckerberg

EW YORK: Facebook's chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has urged nearly 1.5 billion users on the platform…


NASA telescopes find 5 'twins' of Superstar NASA telescopes find 5 'twins' of Superstar

Eta Carinae, the most luminous and massive stellar system within 10,000 light-years of Earth, is best…


Villages on the moon can be reality by 2030, say scientists Villages on the moon can be reality by 2030, say scientists

London:  Villages on the Moon, constructed through cooperation between astronauts and robotic systems…


CES 2016: The toilet you only clean once a year CES 2016: The toilet you only clean once a year

LAS VEGAS: An "intelligent" toilet that opens when you approach it and self-cleans with every…


'Case is made' for Anthropogenic Epoch 'Case is made' for Anthropogenic Epoch

There is little doubt now that we have entered a new geological age, believes an international scientific…


Star clumps 'good bet for alien life' Star clumps 'good bet for alien life'

Ancient, tightly packed clumps of stars found at the fringe of the Milky Way are a good bet in the search…


Teletalk to introduce new logo next month Teletalk to introduce new logo next month

State-own cellular phone operator Teletalk would introduce new logo in February as part of rebranding…


4G auction this year: Tarana 4G auction this year: Tarana

State Minister for Posts and Telecommunications Tarana Halim on Wednesday said the government wants…


Dengue mosquitoes love to lay eggs in water near flowers


Dengue mosquitoes love to lay eggs in water near flowers

  New York: Mosquitoes known to transmit diseases such as dengue, yellow fever and chikungunya…


Black hole caught 'burping' galactic gas supply Black hole caught 'burping' galactic gas supply

Astronomers have spotted two huge waves of gas being "burped" by the black hole at the heart…


Strong magnetic fields very common in stars: Study Strong magnetic fields very common in stars: Study

New York: Using a recently developed technique to detect magnetic fields inside stars, a team of astronomers…


Element 113 on periodic table discovered in Asia Element 113 on periodic table discovered in Asia

Element 113, discovered by Japan-based RIKEN group and led by scientist Kosuke Morita, has become the…


Schoolyard skeleton could be a pirate Schoolyard skeleton could be a pirate

British primary school students have been treated to a real-life ancient history lesson after their…

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