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Biomass burning is behind Delhi’s poor air quality during winter, effect of Diwali fireworks does not last even a day: Finds IIT Delhi study

IIT Delhi study finds that biomass burning-related emissions rise steeply after Diwali, and effect of firecrackers vanishes within hours

Tamil Nadu CM Stalin wants to stop the Neutrino Observatory project at Theni, writes to PM Modi citing environmental concerns

In his letter, MK Stalin has written that the proposed project site at Pottipuram village in the Theni district of Tamil Nadu falls within the Mathikettan-Periyar tiger corridor as mapped by the National Tiger Conservation Authority and if the project is carried out, it may 'destroy' the genetic flow of the corridor.

Coronavirus research deemed too dangerous by DARPA was approved by Fauci, EcoHealth Alliance conducted it at Wuhan: Report

A proposal by EcoHealth Alliance, asking for funding for gain of function research into coronavirus was rejected by DARPA, but was approved by Fauci, the report by Project Veritas says.

Sweden’s Lund University researcher faces prosecution for study that showed most rapes are committed by immigrants

Sweden's Lund University Professor found in her study that majority of rapes were committed by immigrants. Ethical body has initiated an investigation against her initiated for publishing the report.

UK: University grants 80,000 pounds of public money for ‘research’ that will defend China and criticise MPs who spoke against Beijing

Sir Iain Duncan Smith, a Tory MP and IPAC member has stated that the process of the grant should be investigated.

mRNA Covid-19 vaccines by Pfizer and Moderna have serious side effects, shows study: How India may have saved itself from disaster

A study says that risk of developing acute coronary syndrome (ACS) increases in patients who receive mRNA COVID-19 vaccine

Vikram Sampath, who authored books on Veer Savarkar, gets elected as Fellow of the Royal Historical Society

Royal Historical Society is the United Kingdom’s (UK) foremost society working for historians and history since the past 150 years.

Diksha Shinde used false credentials to apply, not employed, not paid by us: NASA clarifies on Maharashtra teenager controversy

NASA, while responding to OpIndia's queries seeking clarification on the Diksha Shinde saga, said that she is neither employed by NASA nor has been awarded fellowship as that opportunity is only for US citizens.

Maharashtra teenager Diksha Shinde’s claims were false, ANI withdraws story after NASA said she used fake credentials

Maharashtra teenager Diksha Shinde has claimed she has been selected in the NASA MSI programme, but her claims do not add up

One-third of editorial board members of American medical journal resign over papers that could help China persecute its minorities: Details

8 editorial board members of the American journal resigned after getting no response from management on unethical papers on minorities in China

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