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  1. Astronomers on Monday added 219 candidates to the growing list of planets beyond the solar system, 10 of which may be about the same size and temperature as Earth, boosting the chances for life. Scientists found the planet candidates in a final batch of NASA's Kepler Space Telescope observations of 200,000 sample stars in the constellation Cygnus. The candidates include 10 newly discovered rocky worlds that are properly distanced from their parent stars for water, if it exists, to pool on their surfaces. Scientists believe liquid water is a key ingredient for life. ?An important question for us is, ?Are we alone?'" Kepler program scientist Mario Perez said in a conference call with reporters. ?Maybe Kepler today is telling us indirectly ... that we are not alone.? The National Aeronautics and Space Administration launched the Kepler telescope in 2009 to learn if Earth-like planets are common or rare. With the final analysis of Kepler data in hand, scientists said they will now work on answering that question, a key step in assessing the chance that life exists beyond Earth. During a four-year mission, Kepler found 2,335 confirmed planets and another 1,699 candidates, bringing its tally to 4,034. That number includes about 50 worlds that may be about the same size and temperature as Earth. Including other telescope surveys, scientists have confirmed the existence of nearly 3,500 planets beyond the solar system. Kepler?s data also provided a new way to assess whether a planet has a solid surface, like Earth, or is made mostly of gas, like Neptune. The distinction will help scientists home in on potential Earth-like planets and better the odds for finding life. The Kepler team found that planets which are about 1.75 times the size of Earth and smaller tend to be rocky, while those two- to 3.5 times the size of Earth become gas-shrouded worlds like Neptune. ?It?s like finding what we thought was a single species of animal is really two different things,? said Benjamin Fulton, a graduate student in astronomy who analysed the Kepler data. So far, these planets, which scientists refer to as ?super-Earths? and ?mini-Neptunes,? have not been found in Earth?s solar system, though scientists are on the hunt for a potential ninth planet far beyond Pluto. ?It is interesting that we don?t have what appears to be the most common type of planet in the galaxy,? Fulton said.
  2. The date 18th June was being looked upon as one of the biggest days in the history of the sporting rivalry between India and Pakistan. While the cricket teams from both the nations were gearing up for the ICC Champions Trophy final, the hockey teams from the two countries were also looking to renew their rivalry in the Hockey World League Semifinal. However, it wasn't really surprising to witness the Indian fans choosing the cricket match over the hockey encounter with Virat Kohli's men on the cusp of winning the Champions Trophy for a second consecutive time. However, what eventually unfolded at The Oval, didn't just leave the Indian fans red-faced, but a bit frustrated as well. Tipped to overcome Pakistan's challenge in the final, the Kohli brigade failed miserably in an absolute shambolic performance in the final. Chasing a mammoth total of 338, the Indian cricket team was bowled out for a mere 158 runs. Clearly, the Indian fans were miffed, with some of them leaving the stadium much before the game ended. Reuters While Kohli's side was being hammered and staring at a heavy defeat at The Oval, the Indian hockey team led by Manpreet Singh registered their biggest-ever win over Pakistan following a 7-1 rout at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre just 10 miles away. Congratulations, @TheHockeyIndia team & @srikidambi for the victories today in #HockeyWorldLeague2017 and #IndonesiaOPEN2017 respectively — sachin tendulkar (@sachin_rt) June 18, 2017 In what turned out to be a complete domination by the Indians, dragflicker Harmanpreet Singh (13', 33'), Talwinder Singh (21', 24'), Akashdeep Singh (47', 59') and Pardeep Mor (49') were all on target for India, while Pakistan notched up a consolation goal through Muhammad Umar Bhutta in the 57th minute. While the scoreline might highlight India's dominance, it was Pakistan who made a bright start early on but couldn't keep up the pressure beyond 10 minutes. After getting an early chance to take the lead, Pakistan failed to convert a penalty corner that sailed over the bar. Twitter/@mansukhmandviya But, as the game progressed, the Indian team started controlling the tempo of the game with some quick attacks. Harmanpreet gave India the lead in the 13th minute, scoring through a penalty corner wuth a low grounded flick. India got another opportunity four minutes later, but Harmanpreet's flick was saved by Amjad Ali in front of Pakistan's goal-post. Congratulations to @TheHockeyIndia and #Srikanth & thanks for giving us memorable win today. #HockeyWorldLeague2017 #IndonesiaOPEN2017 🇮🇳 — Yogeshwar Dutt (@DuttYogi) June 18, 2017 India saw their lead getting doubled through Talwinder who combined well with Satbir Singh and SV Sunil. Three minutes later, Talwinder notched up his second goal after neatly lifting the ball over Pakistani goalkeeper to help India take a 3-0 lead in the first-half. The second half witnessed the same intensity from India who found their fourth goal through Harmanpreet's set piece three minutes later. While India was running riot, Pakistan, too, had their share of chances but they failed to get past an alert kash Chikte who was guarding the Indian goal-post. Twitter/@mansukhmandviya Chinglensana Singh came close to scoring the fifth goal for his side, but he was unfortunately denied by Pakistan goalkeeper Amjad Ali. In the 47th minute of play, Akashdeep combined with Sardar Singh in a brilliant one-two before scoring a sensational field goal from the top of the circle. Good news for India in Hockey- congratulations Team India on the fantastic victory! #HockeyWorldLeague2017 — Office of RG (@OfficeOfRG) June 18, 2017 Two minutes later, Pardeep Mor drilled home from a tight angle to go past Amjad Ali at Pakistan's goal-post. India were cruising with a 6-0 lead when Umar Bhutta pulled one back for Pakistan. However, in the 59th minute, Akashdeep restored India's victory margin with yet another stunning strike. Congratulations @TheHockeyIndia. Fantastic win! Way to go for finals! #HockeyWorldLeague2017 — Suresh Raina (@ImRaina) June 18, 2017 It was India's third straight win in the tournament which also helped them maintain their top spot in Group B (nine points from three wins). The victory also ensured India of a quarterfinal berth in the tournament with a game still left to play against Netherlands on Tuesday. While the triumph of the hockey team was clearly pivotal in the tournament, it also served as a great relief for the Indian fans who were left licking their wounds after a dismal show from Virat Kohli and his team at The Oval. Congratulations to the Indian hockey team for a brilliant victory today!! 7-1 .... DAMN!! 👏👏😊#HockeyWorldLeague2017 — Adnan Sami (@AdnanSamiLive) June 18, 2017 Congratulations team #India 🇮🇳 Yayyyy!!!! #HockeyWorldLeague2017 #INDVsPak — Dia Mirza (@deespeak) June 18, 2017 Nalaykon. Mai na kehta tha. Leave cricket madness, watch hockey. #India thrashes #Pakistan 7-1 in the semifinals of #HockeyWorldLeague2017. — Aditya Raj Kaul (@AdityaRajKaul) June 18, 2017 If you are disappointed by #India in cricket then watch #HockeyWorldLeague2017 #Hockey#INDvPAK — Babita Phogat (@BabitaPhogat) June 18, 2017 Loving watching hockey for a change! Go team india 🇮🇳 #HockeyWorldLeague2017 — Sonakshi Sinha (@sonakshisinha) June 18, 2017 The score board speak for us today..what a game guys 👏👏 congratulation.. india VS Pakistan 7-1 #WHL2017 @TheHockeyIndia @FIH_Hockey — sreejesh p r (@16Sreejesh) June 18, 2017 7-1 is not just a win, it's a STATEMENT! Well done team... PROUD OF YOU! 🤗 #INDvPAK #HWL2017 @TheHockeyIndia — Rupinder Pal Singh (@rupinderbob3) June 18, 2017 Congratulations #TeamIndia ! So well played!Just one more to go & then we celebrate at the awards! #HockeyWorldLeague #HockeyWorldLeague2017 — Sophie Choudry (@Sophie_Choudry) June 18, 2017 Making the nation proud in the national game! Congratulations #TeamIndia! #HockeyWorldLeague2017 @TheHockeyIndia — Anil Kapoor (@AnilKapoor) June 18, 2017 what a win by indian hockey team.7/1.great reason to smile in the mid of all despair. .congratulations indian hockey team. — Manoj Bajpayee (@BajpayeeManoj) June 18, 2017
  3. Donald Trump turned 71 on the 14th of June and rang in his birthday in a very sedate manner. No more spaceships and getting flashed by Pamela Anderson for this birthday boy (how can you top that anyway). In the hope that he will continue get more ‘presidential’ by the day our resident astrologer Baba Sangha Mitra has set out to correct the doshas and nakshatras (planetary movements) in trumps kundli (birth chart). He’s already sent the Hindu Sena on their way to do a havan in Trump’s name (true story!) and as the poojas concluded, some facts from Trumps birth-chart have come tumbling out. Ruled by Mercury, this President has the sun in Gemini and moon in Sagittarius; opposite signs of the zodiac! They cancel each other out. Now you know why the Trump administration has been under eclipse. His ascendant is Leo, so don't expect any trouble as long as all eyes are on him. If they start to stray towards investigations with his connections to Russia, he becomes Ganesha–remover of obstacles, first (former) FBI chief Comey and, Special counsel Robert Muller maybe next. A real TV President he’s the only one to have been on the SNL roast, the white house roast (in absentia) *** and the City, and WWE; he’s got everything from comedy central to C-Span covered. Any similarity to indigenous leader with similar affinity towards the camera is not purely coincidental. Modi ji is also ruled by Mercury and has dealt with similar problems with the help of Baba Sangha Mitra and is now scores ahead of Trump when it comes to these petty vighnas (interruptions). Baba ji lists some of the similarities between the mercury ruled Dear Leaders: 1. Trump: Fires Comey as FBI Chief for not dropping case on Russia. Babaji Recommends: Using CBI as your private detective agency. 2. They are also cunning linguists, having added multiple words to our ever expanding vocabulary 3. On Medical Policy Trump: Against Abortion Babaji Recommends: Be Against ***. It is anti-thetical to Indian kalchur 4. Their obsession with construction 5. Handling of the media Trump: Throws a journalist out of the meeting Babaji Recommends: Raid NDTV; or any other network in your way 6. Nicknames given by the media 7. On terming his opponents Trump: Crazy Bernie, Lying Ted, Crooked Hillary Babaji Recommends: Calling them Anti-national 8. On Education Trump: Opens a fake university Babaji Recommends: Shutting down a real one 9. On multiculturalism Trump: Muslim Travel Ban, Bad Hombres Babaji Recommends: Beef ban, note ban, media ban, chowmein ban, momos ban 10. Favourite Animal Mascots Trump: The Forgetful Elephant Babaji Recommends: The Holi Cow © right image- The viewspaper 11. On Fact checking speeches Trump: factually incorrect Modi: Scientifically, according to the Vedas... 12. On Social Interaction Trump: Awkwardly long handshakes Babaji Recommends: Go straight to hugs 13. Scatologically speaking Trump: Healing effects of the Russian golden shower Babaji Recommends: 100 % pure gau mutra 14. On social media Trump: Tweets late at night Babaji Recommends: Why do something you can hire people to do. Hello BJP IT Cell, we know you’re reading this. 15. The worlds obsession with their physicality Trump: Tiny hands syndrome Babaji Recommends: Chhappan inch ka seena
  4. A view of the houses destroyed in the US airstrike in west Mosul on March 17. Photo: AFP WASHINGTON: A Pentagon investigation has concluded that at least 105 civilians died in an anti-Daesh strike in the Iraqi city of Mosul in March, officials said Thursday, but they blamed the toll on a secondary explosion of militants? munitions. A US aircraft delivered a single precision-guided bomb into a building in west Mosul on March 17, with the aim of killing a pair of snipers on the second story of the structure in the Al-Jadida neighbourhood, which at the time was under Daesh control. But the bomb also caused a large cache of Daesh explosives to detonate, leading to the catastrophic collapse of the building that had civilians sheltering downstairs, officials said. "The secondary explosion triggered a rapid failure of the structure which killed the two Daesh snipers, 101 civilians sheltered in the bottom floors of the structure and four civilians in the neighbouring structure to the west," said US Air Force Brigadier General Matt Isler, the lead investigator. Isler said another 36 civilians who are "believed to be connected" to the building remained unaccounted for, but they had likely fled the area shortly before the strike. He said he was "very confident" in the final toll. It was the single deadliest incident for civilians stemming from a coalition strike since anti-Daesh operations in Iraq and Syria began nearly three years ago. Residents in western Mosul on Friday carried the bodies of people killed in fighting between Iraqi security forces and the Islamic State. Scores of residents are reported to have been killed by coalition airstrikes in the area this month. Photo: Associated Pres The United States had previously only acknowledged that it "probably" had a role in the civilian deaths. The investigation comes amid broader claims that US forces under President Donald Trump are killing more civilians as the military fulfills a plan to "annihilate" the Daesh group. The Pentagon denies this and says its rules of engagement remain unchanged and insists its precision-targeting abilities are the best in the world. ´Defeat Daesh´ Officials say the US takes every precaution to avoid hitting civilians, including by aborting missile strikes at the last moment if a civilian unexpectedly wanders into the target zone. "Our condolences go out to all those that were affected," said Major General Joe Martin. A man exits a house in Mosul damaged in the fighting. Photo:Associated Press "The coalition takes every feasible measure to protect civilians from harm. The best way to protect civilians is to defeat Daesh." No condolence payments have been made, Isler said, though such a move has not been ruled out. According to Isler, Iraqi counterterrorism service (CTS) troops had been moving into the Al-Jadida neighbourhood in west Mosul when they came under fire from the Daesh snipers. Mosul was a former Daesh bastion but the militants now only control about 10 percent of the city. Bad weather had kept surveillance drones from gathering video of the area for two days, and CTS and coalition forces -- not knowing civilians were in the building -- ultimately called in a strike, Isler said. The precision-guided bomb selected -- a GBU-38 carrying 192 pounds of explosives -- was rigged to cause only localised damage to the building, but it ignited a large amount of ordnance which, unbeknownst to the coalition, Daesh fighters had previously placed inside. "Post-blast analysis detected residues common to explosives used by Daesh, but not consistent with the explosive content of a GBU-38 munition," Central Command said in a statement. A man is helped after identifying the body of a relative who died in the Mosul Jidideh neighbourhood. Residents there said airstrikes hit a number of houses in recent days, killing dozens, including children. Photo: Associated Press "Engineering and weapons analysis indicates that the GBU-38 should have resulted in no more than 16-20 percent damage to the structure, localised to the front of the second floor." Officials said Daesh may have deliberately rigged the building to explode and then used the snipers to intentionally provoke an air strike. As of the most recent Centcom official tally, a total of 396 civilians had been killed since the beginning of the bombing campaign against the Daesh group in Iraq and Syria nearly three years ago. The 105 figure from the March incident would push that number beyond 500. Airwars, a London-based collective of journalists and researchers that tracks civilian deaths in Iraq and Syria, claims a minimum of 3,350 people have died in coalition strikes.
  5. When it comes to technology, we Indians are hands down prodigies and know our s**t too well and Anand Prakash, a Bengaluru hacker has proved the same with his recent stint with one of the leading online car services, Uber. However, we aren’t sure whether we should be proud of him for finding a major security loophole in the app or feel bad for letting go the opportunity of getting free rides for a lifetime. Anand has discovered a bug with the help of which anyone could have travelled for free without shelling out a single penny EVER while travelling with Uber. © Twitter Anand has revealed the entire process in a video and was apparently rewarded $5000 (over Rs. 3 lakh) for this discovery. He reported the issue through Uber’s bug bounty program wherein the hackers get rewarded for identifying and informing about the security bugs or issues. Reportedly, hackers can make anywhere between $100 and $10,000 at Uber depending on how major the issue is. According to Anand, when someone creates an account on Uber and starts the ride, they can ride and make payments either through credit, debit, cash or wallet, once the trip is over. But, when Anand specified an invalid mode of payment, the app allowed him to take a free ride. © Twitter He told the team about how because of this bug in India and in the US, he wasn’t charged anything. However, please don’t try it from your end because Anand took due permissions from the Uber team before demonstrating this bug. Further, this trick isn’t meant for any Tom, Dick or Harry to experiment with since you will need some sort of prior knowledge about scripting and coding. The bug has now been fixed by Uber, saving the company from incurring huge losses, had someone misused it to their benefits. Prakash is an ethical hacker and is also, reportedly, one of the top hackers with Facebook’s White Hat bug finding programme. Prakash was also the one who found the security error with Facebook where anyone can change someone’s password and take that account. Reportedly, this 24-year-old Vellore Institute of Technology alumnus has earlier spotted flaws for tech giants like Google, Twitter, RedHat, Adobe, PayPal and more. Source: Tech Crunch