No human has been to the Moon since 1972 and only 12 people have ever done it—all of them American men. But that list could soon be getting a lot longer.
Why the Moon? Haven’t we already been there, done that? Well, yes. But now there are new reasons motivating countries to reach the Moon.
Human and other missions to the Moon are planned by India,
by Gautam Navlakha
All the surveys and ratings cannot protect those who get weighed under their own lies and they also singe those who come to defend lies. As the story of Rafale gradually unravels, we are now witnessing some tough questions being posed to the Government. It is not about the quality of the fighter plane chosen after a long drawn
Beyond the politics of last week's Congress-BJP squabble over the deal to purchase Rafale fighters for the IAF lies the grim reality of an emaciated force that is well short of the strength required to face up to a two-front threat
by Sushant Singh
The five LCA Tejas supplied to the IAF by Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL), Bangalore, are part of a
Vidya Balan can heave a sigh of relief. Unlike her last few films that couldn’t really find much of an audience in theatres, Tumhari Sulu is holding on fairly well.
On Monday, the film collected 1.84 crores came in. The need of the hour was for the film to keep its head over the 1.50 crore mark on the weekdays and that has happened on Monday at
British cyclists are disturbed that their former technical director Shane Sutton considered therapeutic use exemptions an acceptable way for athletes to find a marginal gain in their ability to
9th over: Australia 71-1 (Mooney 43, Villani 7) Villani goes hard off Shsubrole’s second ball back into the attack, recording the first six of the evening via a sweep over fine leg. A lot of hang-time, but did