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Green Bay Packers: Stymying Julio Jones' sidekicks

Climbing Mount Everest and forging peace in the Middle East may seem like child’s play next to keeping a rocket-fueled Falcons offense to under 30 points considering how this 800-pound gorilla has..
FOX Sports

This is the closest-ever photo of a 'wavemaker moon' that hides out in Saturn's rings

this is the closest-ever photo of a 'wavemaker moon' that hides out in saturn's rings
While plow trucks across the US northwest pushed around snow this week, a Mount Everest-size rock near Saturn continued a centuries-long effort of clearing its own lane in the planet's expansive disc..
Business Insider

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News video: NASA's Next Mission to Explore Most Extreme Environments

NASA's Next Mission to Explore Most Extreme Environments 01:18

The agency plans to launch three telescopes to look at objects like neutron stars, pulsars and supermassive black holes.
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News video: What Lives In The Deepest Place On Earth?

What Lives In The Deepest Place On Earth? 04:56

Only 3 humans have been to the deepest known place on Earth named Mariana Trench. What else exists nearly 11,000 meters below sea level?
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News video: Searching For The World's Biggest Waves In Portugal

Searching For The World's Biggest Waves In Portugal 00:54

(CNN)Andrew Cotton is on a perpetual quest, the thirst for which he admits will probably never be truly quenched. Two years ago, the English plumber was fixing dripping taps -- now, as a professional..
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News video: New Restaurant Opening at Mount Everest

New Restaurant Opening at Mount Everest 01:07

Earth's highest mountain is about to host an exclusive eatery. A pop-up One Star House Party restaurant is taking 15 guests and serving them locally-sourced meals at base camp.
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News video: Top 5 Myths About Planet Earth

Top 5 Myths About Planet Earth 04:48

Considering it’s the only planet our species has ever lived on, it’s amazing how little the average person actually knows about this big blue space marble we call home.
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mid-day editorial: Clear the ambiguity about service charges

mid-day editorial: clear the ambiguity about service charges
Of late, hotels and restaurants have found themselves at the centre of an imbroglio with the dominating question being to pay or not to pay service charge. While service taxes are in compliance with..
Mid-Day

Varsity inches towards 'Digital India' with locker

With the launch of its first ever ‘digital locker’, to be named after chief guest and Reliance Industries chairman, Mukesh Ambani, the Mumbai University took a step towards Digital India at the..
Mid-Day

Health scare for IPS Nisar Tamboli at Mumbai marathon

health scare for ips nisar tamboli at mumbai marathon
Nisar Tamboli, the 47-year-old ips officer collapsed while running the Mumbai Marathon yesterday. He was rushed to Jaslok Hospital where he was admitted in the Intensive Care Unit, but doctors there..
Mid-Day

Saturn&#039;s moon Mimas&#039; &#039;Mount Everest&#039; stands tall in Cassini&#039;s latest image!

Herschel's peak stands nearly as tall as Mount Everest on Earth.
Zee News

University professor mistakenly introduced as mountaineer live on...

university professor mistakenly introduced as mountaineer live on...
The Pro-Vice Chancellor of the University of Nottingham was mistakenly introduced as an "heroic" mountaineer live on breakfast television. BBC Breakfast presenters Rachel Burden and John Kay thought..
Nottingham Post

BBC morning show hosts introduce wrong guest live on air

BBC Breakfast hosts Rachel Burden and John Kay gave heroic climber Leslie Binns a beautiful introduction on Saturday's broadcast — except Leslie Binns wasn't actually there. Binns, who rescued a..
Mashable

BBC Breakfast hosts John Kay and Rachel Burden introduce wrong guest LIVE on air during awkward blunder

BBC Breakfast hosts Rachel Burden and John Kay were discussing British climber and former soldier Leslie Binns. The pair believed the 42 year old was in the studio to discuss his second attempt at..
OK!

Tonbridge men have their sights set on Mount Everest for a very...

tonbridge men have their sights set on mount everest for a very...
Three men from Tonbridge have their sights set to the very top of the world as they prepare to embark on an expedition to Mount Everest.John Jenner, Nick Massey and Darren Apps are climbing the..
Canterbury Times Also reported by •Dover ExpressSevenoaks ChronicleThanet GazetteKent and Sussex CourierFolkestone Herald

NASA's Next Mission Turns To Space's Most Extreme Environments

nasa's next mission turns to space's most extreme environments
Watch VideoNASA's boldly pushing the boundaries with its next mission: exploring the most "extreme and exotic" objects — like neutron stars, pulsars and supermassive black holes. The space agency..
Newsy

Let’s Play FOMC Bingo: Minutes Show 15 Instances of Uncertainty

Submitted by Mish Shedlock of MishTalk The Fed released Minutes of the December 13-14, 2016 FOMC Meeting today. Let’s dive into the minutes to dissect the amount of Fed uncertainty. 1...
Zero Hedge

Vancouver entrepreneurs betting big on virtual reality lounges

Vancouver's first public virtual reality venue is all about bringing the pricey technology to the masses and transporting visitors to beautifully designed fully immersive environments like deep space,..
CTV News

NDMC appoints Rio Olympic medalist Deepa Malik as brand ambassadors for its Swachh programme

New Delhi Municipal Council, NDMC has appointed Rio Olympic medalist Deepa Malik and first female amputee to climb Mount Everest Arunima Sinha as brand ambassadors for its Swachh programme. The..
All India Radio

Everest rescuer to return to summit for second attempt

everest rescuer to return to summit for second attempt
A British ex-serviceman who abandoned his Mount Everest ascent to save a fellow mountaineer will return to the peak for a second attempt to scale it.
BBC News Also reported by •BBC Local News

Maharashtra government to promote Digi Dhan Mela

maharashtra government to promote digi dhan mela
Maharashtra government would hold ‘Digi Dhan Mela’ to promote digital payment. There would be over 50 stalls with variety of products such as electronic goods, foodstuffs, textiles, handicrafts,..
Mid-Day


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