Vast tranches of permafrost are melting due to extreme and unprecedented warming of the earth, thereby revealing and releasing material that has been trapped in its icy grip for years. To study the emerging microbes, scientists have now revived a number of these "zombie viruses" from Siberian permafrost.
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Election in Gujarat is not a cheap affair, at least 28 percent of the candidates who are contesting in the elections, are crorepatis. All the leading political parties have given tickets to wealthy candidates. Out of the 1,621 candidates, 456 (28 per cent) are crorepatis.
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Vivek Agnihotri has posted a cryptic tweet hours after his film The Kashmir Files was termed ‘vulgar propaganda’ by the jury head at the ongoing 53rd International Film Festival of India. Actor Anupam Kher, who played the lead in The Kashmir Files, has also responded to the same.
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According to a new study by an international team of planetary scientists, Mars may have had enough water 4.5 billion years ago to cover it in a global ocean up to 300 meters or upto almost 1,000 feet deep. Along with organic molecules and other elements distributed throughout the Solar System by asteroids and comets at this time, they argue, these conditions indicate that Mars may have been the first planet in the Solar System to support life. Since 1960s, several missions have been launched to probe the Red Planet. Today, we take a quick look at few of the most crucial ones that were aimed at Mars. But before that, don’t forget to like, share and subscribe to Oneindia.