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Surviving Armageddon
When the dust settles after World War III, or World War IX, humanity will still want to grow pineapples, rice, coffee and other crops. ...  | Read.. 
Mysteries of the moon
The moon is slightly squashed, as if someone had held it at the poles between thumb and forefinger and squeezed, flattening it around its equatorial m ...  | Read.. 
Tongues arenít just for wagging
Imagine walking on a Calcutta street on a rainy evening, reading a movie billboard, talking to your friend on your cell phone and sipping a drink all ...  | Read.. 
Surviving Armageddon
Baby maths
Drain energy
Universeís age
Taken for a ride
Warning bells
Battling the bugs
There are some preventive measures to safeguard against malicious programs infecting your computer ...  | Read.. 
Indiaís forgotten children
Twenty-year-old Nilanjana (not her real name), a resident of Sonarpur in West Bengal, had been diagnosed with HIV/AIDS during a routine antenatal check up in 2004. She agreed to undergo treatment to prevent mother-to-child HIV infection at Nilratan S ...  | Read.. 
 
Pets better than pills
Old drug still offers hope
Battling the bugs
Interrupted HIV treatment beneficial
Escalators, carts harm kids
Mushroom boosts cancer fight
Like parents, like daughters
Devout scientists
Three scientists are brave enough to assert that faith in...  | Read.. 
Reality Check
Wounds heal better when exposed to air...  | Read.. 
Recommended: An economic engine for the US
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Why Corner
Why Donít planets change their orbits'
 
Doctor's Desk
This week: endocrinology