Earth's oxygen could dramatically fall due to change in ocean temperature of just several degrees, thereby resulting in mass mortality of animals and humans, scientists have warned.
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The Brazilian economy contracted 1.7 percent in the third quarter of the year over the previous quarter, signalling a prolonged recession.
The Pakistan-India relationship needed an injection of positivity, said a leading daily following the "briefest of accidental meetings" between Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Indian Premier Narendra Modi.
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Teenagers who watch porn and other explicit material on television may be at a risk of sharing sexual images of themselves on social media, researchers have warned.
A staggering 147 heads of state have assembled at Paris to discuss and possibly find a solution to the problem of climate change at the COP-21. The broad consensus that exists is that the global temperatures should not be allowed to breach the 2 degree Celsius change over the pre-industrial atmospheric temperatures. However, the foundations of this number as well the likelihood of averting this limit both seem shaky at present.
Notwithstanding its sparkling show in the 2014 Lok Sabha and subsequent local body elections in Assam and desertions from the Congress, the forthcoming assembly polls could turn out to be a tough task for the BJP, particularly in the wake of the ruling Congress' call for a "maha (grand) understanding" against the saffron outfit.
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The Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) that revolutionised the field of science known as heliophysics and became the greatest comet hunter of all time - reaching 3,000 comet discoveries in September 2015 - has completed 20 years in space.
Even as the Aung San Suu Kyi-led National League for Democracy (NLD) is expected to form a new government in Myanmar, China has lost no time in diagnosing the import of the party's victory and is all set to recalibrate its policy towards the country to steal a march over India towards gaining a deeper strategic depth in this ASEAN nation.
After proving her mettle in a solo role in Tamil horror-thriller "Maya", actress Nayanthara has bagged another heroine-centric film in the language. This yet-untitled project will be produced by filmmaker A. Sarkunam.
Superstar Rajinikanth has extended his support to the rain-affected victims of Tamil Nadu by donating Rs.10 lakh to the Chief Minister's Public Relief Fund.
It got a flying start, literally, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated Chandigarh's new airport terminal in September with much fanfare. But Chandigarh's first step towards international air connectivity seems grounded - at least for the moment.