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PM inaugurates All India Institute of Ayurveda
On the occasion of National Ayurveda Day, our Prime minister Narendra Modi inaugurated the All India Institute of Ayurveda (AIIA) at Delhi's Sarita Vihar today. The Institute is designed to bring in the synergy between traditional wisdom of Ayurveda and modern diagnostic tools and technology.
Indian-origin teen became UK's 'youngest millionaire'
What do you do during lunch breaks at school? Akshay Ruparelia, 19, an Indian-origin teenager from UK has made a fortune by selling houses through his online estate agency business during his school lunch breaks and has become one of UK's youngest millionaires. While other youngsters were kicking a ball around the playground, was quietly negotiating huge property deals on his mobile.
Planet Nine does exist, says NASA
The elusive 'Planet Nine' does exist, and it may be 10 times the mass of the Earth and 20 times away from the Sun than Neptune, NASA scientists say. Planet Nine could turn out to be our solar system's missing 'super Earth' - a planet with a mass higher than the Earth's, but substantially lower than the masses of ice giants Uranus and Neptune.
Kerala govt to provide high-speed Internet via KSEB cables
The Kerala government's ambitious plan to provide provide free or low-cost Internet connections to BPL families, government offices, hospitals and schools has taken off.
The project will be done jointly withn KSEB, making use of the public electrict power distribution wiring network.
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