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Chandrayaan-1 returns to work- found orbiting around the Moon

In 2008, Space satellite organiser, ISRO launched Chandrayaan-1, the first unmanned space satellite of India. But it was considered lost in August 2009, as it stopped responding. Recently, NASA scientists have found out that...

Why modern Indian women lack control on her reproductive health?

No nation is a developed nation until women empowerment is successfully stabilised in the nation. Considering a developing nation like India, where modernisation has started to take place and women are slowly given their...

Harvard says: Aliens to send mysterious signals to humans

The strange message received on Earth by some space satellites may be some mysterious messages send by the aliens to the humans. Harvard is actively sticking to this opinion. One of the Harvard scientist claims...

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef can soon damage its existence

Scientists are of the opinion that Australia's Great Barrier Reef is continuously bleaching off its coral reef for two years consecutively. The bleaching initiated last year, but the phenomenon is still proceeding and shows...

Stephen Hawking raises his voice against technology threat, saves humanity

British Physicists, Stephen Hawking finally rose his voice while talking about humanity and technology. According to him, the fast pace technology oriented world have become a grave threat to humanity, and only world government can...

India, China and EU to join Paris pact

As informed by UNEP chief, India, China and EU will soon join hands with UNEP and sign the Paris Pact to reduce climate temperature by 2-degree celsius. But this would certain be, only if...

Potato cultivation on Mars may be possible

Scientists have found out that potato cultivation can be grown under adverse climatic conditions. Potato cultivation can also be made possible Mars, says the scientists. In a 2015 science fiction movie named, "The Martian", the tellers...

Mars explorers boast high risk of Leukaemia, warns new study

After conducting a lot of studies on how travelling in space is making an impact on the health of the astronauts, scientists have found out that, intense radiations bulging out in space, on the human...

Indian woman health reports on International Women’s Day

March 8th is forever celebrated as International Women's Day, a day dedicated to the hard work and patience of every woman on the Earth. Celebrating this International Women's Day, Helathifyme.com, which is one of...

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