Baahubali 2 Set for China Release in July after Dangal Success, Total Collections at Rs.1600 Crore

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‘Baahubali: The Conclusion’ or ‘Baahubali 2’ has surpassed all the existing collection records to reach a total of Rs.1,345 crore (nett. Rs.1,043 crore) in India with the revenues from Hindi version alone standing at Rs.502 crore nett. Including overseas collections of Rs307 crore and Telugu and Tamil versions, the global earnings are around Rs.1,600 crore. With the success of Aamir ...

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CBSE Class 10 Results Declared; Check Official Website

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After too many speculations, CBSE today declared the results of its Class 10 Board examination results, which can be accessed at the official website on or around 1:30 pm. However, the website is reportedly witnessing huge rush at present that it may be slow or inaccessible for some time. As per the norm, CBSE on its said ...

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Stratolaunch, World Largest Twin Aircraft Rolls Out for Fuel Test

For the first time ever, the Stratolaunch aircraft moved out of the hangar to conduct aircraft fueling tests. This marks the completion of the initial aircraft construction phase and transition into the aircraft ground and flight testing phase. (credit: Stratolaunch Systems Corp.)

Stratolaunch Systems, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen’s aviation firm has just rolled out the much awaited world’s largest twin aircraft today weighing 227,000kg and resting on 28 wheels for the first time to undergo fueling tests. The Stratolaunch aircraft is the world’s largest plane by wingspan, measuring 385 ft.(117m) against the previous record holder the Spruce Goose with 97.5m from wingtip ...

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Meet Ananya Vinay, Winner of 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee Contest

Ananya Vinay, 12, soon after winning the Scripps Spelling Bee contest 2017 (Video Grab)

Ananya Vinaya, 12, missed last year’s Spelling Bee final round when she misspelt a relatively easy word, “multivalent” but this year she was able to hone up her skills and never looked back until she broke the final tie with Rohan Rajeev. A sixth-grade student from Fresno, California, Ananya won the 90th Scripps National Spelling Bee by spelling “marocain,” (French ...

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US Withdraws from Paris Climate Change Pact, Another Failure by Greens

As promised to his voters, US President Donald Trump has signed the papers to withdraw from the Paris Agreement signed amid euphoria in 2015 stipulating compliance to maintain global warming within 2 degee celsius. The US contributes about 15% of global emissions of carbon, but its dependence on caol-related carbon emissions are much lower and it has been a major ...

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NASA Moon Orbiter Finds Frost at South Polar Surface (Video)

In craters near the south pole of the moon, NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter found some bright areas and some very cold areas. In areas that are both bright and cold, water ice may be present on the surface as frost. Credits: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center/Scientific Visualization Studio

NASA’s lunar orbiter has captured bright images of craters near the Moon’s south pole to have the presence of frost, said scientists who have studied the images. They combined surface temperatures with information about how much light is reflected off the Moons surface before arriving at the findings. “We found that the coldest places near the Moons south pole are ...

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White House Spokesman Explains What ‘Covfefe’ Means…

The brouhaha stirred by US President Donald Trump’s tweet using a unique word ‘covfefe’ has a cryptic explanation, going by White House press secretary Sean Spicer. “The president and a small group of people know exactly what he meant,” Spicer told reporters during a press briefing, evoking heckles from the mediaperson who were actually targeted by Trump in his tweet. ...

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