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July 29, 2014
Rising temperatures hinder Indian wheat production
Southampton, UK (SPX) Jul 24, 2014
Geographers at the University of Southampton have found a link between increasing average temperatures in India and a reduction in wheat production. Researchers Dr John Duncan, Dr Jadu Dash and Professor Pete Atkinson have shown that recent warmer temperatures in the country's major wheat belt are having a negative effect on crop yield. More specifically, they found a rise in nighttime temperatures is having the most impact. Dr Jadu Dash comments: "Our findings highlight the vulnerability of ... read more
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After MH17 tragedy, Australia assures search for MH370 goes on
Australia said the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 continued uninterrupted Wednesday, even as the head of the search coordination agency was sent to Ukraine to help with the MH17 tragedy. ... more

India could return to Mars as early as 2017
India is ramping up for a follow-up mission to Mars between 2017 and 2020 which will be scientific in scope, the chairman for the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has said. The final ... more

Nepal Army gets emergency bridge kits
Ready to assemble roadway bridges by Acrow Bridge have been supplied to Nepal by the U.S. Army Security Assistance Command. ... more
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Russia envisions major gas pipeline project for India
A Russian gas pipeline along its southern border to India may be among the largest projects of its kind in history, the Russian envoy to New Delhi said. ... more


India clears defence procurement worth $3.5 bn: report
India's new Hindu nationalist government cleared Saturday proposals worth nearly $3.5 billion to modernise the nation's ageing Soviet-era military hardware and boost its domestic defence industry, a report said. ... more
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Aniara Selects Dauria Aerospace to Supply Two Small Ku-band GEO Sats
Dauria Aerospace, a multinational aerospace company providing global satellite-based remote sensing information and telecommunication services, has been tapped by India-based satellite communication ... more

Sri Lanka announces probe into military's alleged rights abuses
Sri Lanka announced Thursday an investigation into its military over allegations of rights abuses, following intense international pressure for a war-crimes probe into the island's decades-long ethnic conflict. ... more
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N. Korea defies UN censure to fire missile into sea

Stronger rules needed on flight paths: Malaysia Airlines official

K-MAX unmanned cargo helo finishes Afghan deployment

Iraq's Mosul counts the cost of insurgent rule

U.S. military aims to overcome GPS' weaknesses

Shiite militia display jihadist bodies in Iraq city

For incoming US airmen in S.Korea, a 30-day ban on booze


Can Modi clean the Ganges, India's biggest sewage line?
Standing on the banks of the river Ganges a day after his election triumph, Prime Minister Narendra Modi vowed to succeed where numerous governments have failed: by cleaning up the filthy waterway beloved of India's Hindus. ... more

Iran says oil exports to Asia in line with contracts
Any declines in Iranian oil exports are normal, though supplies to Asian economies are in line with contractual obligations, an executive said. ... more

India PM, China's Xi pledge stronger ties in first meeting
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed on the need to resolve a decades-old border dispute during talks before the BRICS summit in Brazil, a statement said Tuesday. ... more
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Nepal denies Chinese pressure over Tibetan monk's cremation
Nepal denied Tuesday that it had caved in to diplomatic pressure from China by denying permission for a senior Tibetan Buddhist monk to be cremated in Kathmandu in accordance with his wishes. ... more

BRICS bank will reduce Western dominance: China media
Chinese media on Wednesday hailed the creation of the BRICS development bank, to be based in Shanghai, blaming Western countries and multilateral agencies for flaws in the global financial system. ... more
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By 2050 temperatures might be helpful to growth of forage plants

Synchronization of North Atlantic, North Pacific preceded warming, end of ice age

Saharan dust key to the formation of Bahamas' Great Bank

Federal judge overturns Washington DC ban on guns in public

Insecticides Similar to Nicotine Widespread in Midwest

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Nanoparticle "Alarm Clock" Awakens Immune Systems Put To Sleep By Cancer


Hunting gives deer-damaged forests a shot at recovery
Regulated deer hunts in Indiana state parks have helped restore the health of forests suffering from decades of damage caused by overabundant populations of white-tailed deer, a Purdue study shows. ... more

India increases defence spending, invites foreign investment
India announced Thursday it would lift the cap on foreign direct investment in the defence sector to 49 percent and announced a 12-percent rise in military spending as part of efforts to modernise its armed forces. ... more

Dalai Lama urges Buddhists to halt Muslim violence
The Dalai Lama Sunday reiterated his plea to Buddhists in Myanmar and Sri Lanka to halt violence against Muslims, in a speech to tens of thousands of devotees to mark his 79th birthday. ... more

Hague pushes Eurofighter on India visit
British Foreign Secretary William Hague said Tuesday he had raised a $12-billion fighter jet deal being negotiated by French company Dassault with India's government during talks with his counterpart in New Delhi, suggesting London has not given up all hope on the giant contract. ... more

Singapore launches its first nano-satellite
Singapore launched its first nano- satellite VELOX-I via a Indian space rocket on Monday, according to a report by Channel NewsAsia on Thursday. The satellite, which weighs just 4.28 kilograms ... more


India nurses return from Iraq to emotional welcome
A group of 46 Indian nurses held "against their will" in a part of Iraq seized by Islamic militants returned home on Saturday to an emotional reunion with their families. ... more

Chinese, Indian militaries vow cooperation: Xinhua
Top Chinese and Indian military officials vowed to boost cooperation between the Asian giants during a rare visit by the head of India's army, state media reported. ... more
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Laser experiment reveals liquid-like motion of atoms in an ultra-cold cluster

A Crystal Wedding in the Nanocosmos

Carbyne morphs when stretched

Quantum Dots Boost Conversion Efficiency Of GaAs Solar Cells

Canada lobs economic shot across Russian energy bow

Portuguese consortium to spend $300 million on wind

Fukushima Accident Underscores Need to Act on Nuclear Plant Hazards


Malaysia to deploy more equipment in MH370 search


China president heading to South America for BRICS summit


Indian nurses trapped in Iraq heading home


Kurds seek independence vote amid Iraq 'chaos'


Adaptations of Tibetans may have benefited from extinct denisovans


Extinct human cousin gave Tibetans advantage at high elevation


Indian rocket launch delayed three minutes to avoid space debris


Indian launches PSLV C-23 rocket carrying five foreign satellites


Indian guru still hopes for peaceful way in Pakistan


China 'won't seek hegemony' says President Xi

New study shows Indonesia's disastrous deforestation

ONGC said to be considering Russian pipelines

'Highly likely' MH370 on autopilot when it went down: Australia

India to speed up defence procurement: minister

What will climate policy mean for coal?

Hybrid Vehicles More Fuel Efficient In India, China Than in US

New India government struggles with Iraq 'kidnap' crisis

India says knows location of abducted workers in Iraq

India authority orders Coke plant closed

Study reveals conditions linked to deadly bird flu and maps areas at risks

H7N9 flu: New map pinpoints Asian countries at risk

China, Britain sign trade deals worth 14 bn pounds

Japan plans carbon offset scheme with India: report

Modi vows stronger Bhutan energy ties in first foreign visit

Chinese premier hopes to 'change misperceptions' on UK trip

UK eases visa access for Chinese as premier visits

Wary of Chinese advances, India's Modi woos neighbours

Angry protests in India's capital over power blackouts

Catastrophe averted: How UK nuke sub crew cheated death

Monument to Gagarin can inspire young cosmonauts for their achievements

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