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Barsar is not easy going for sitting MLA

BARSAR (HP):  Bumpy roads, power cuts, irregular water supply, poor health services, GST or demonetization did not figure in the heated political discussions at roadside tea stalls. Here, the common man in the street, who has done the day’s work, sits to work out caste equations and clout of the individual candidates—Baldev Sharma (BJP) and ID Lakhanpal (Congress).  They seem to turning this pass time into a fine art, the so-called “illiterate voters” work out caste and sub-caste factors, local influences and give you a fair idea of who would get the seat.

TRAPPIST-1 planets may still have water, finds Hubble

 The outer Earth-sized planets orbiting the nearby dwarf star TRAPPIST-1 might still harbour substantial amounts of water, suggest results of a new study.

This 9-year-old wants to join NASA to prevent alien invasion

NASA has sent an inspiring letter to a nine-year-old who expressed interest in being a Planetary Protection Officer after the US space agency recently announced opening for the position

Do your bit, save the planet: Google's Earth Day Doodle

Punjab News Express
NEW DELHI : Eat less meat, opt for carpooling, and unplug unused electronic devices -- do your bit and make a huge difference to saving Earth, suggests Google's Earth Day Doodle on Saturday.

Obama carries around Lord Hanuman figurine in pocket

Punjab News Express
NEVADA(USA) : United States President Barack Obama carries around tiny Hindu Lord Hanuman statue in his pocket.

Bhagat Flags off mobile science exhibition to inculcate scientific knowledge among students

Punjab News Express
AMRITSAR: Deputy Commissioner  Ravi Bhagat today flagged off a bus depicting Mobile Science Exhibition highly decorated with equipment, which has been taking a round of each district with a focus to develop an informed and knowledgeable society by disseminating science among masses.