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Astronomy: Uranus: on the boundary line

“A genius does not belong to the house where it takes its birth; it belongs to the world which is its true home....

Astronomy: Uranus, master of deep skies

URANUS was regarded by many as a star because it apparently made no movement against the more distant starry...

Astronomy: Uranus, the happy blue giant

Amazingly, Uranus had been ‘seen’ at least 18 times before its actual discovery by William Herschel in 1781. But...

Facts:Did you know?

Monkeys on guard! DO you know what special security measures were taken by authorities during the 2010 Commonwealth...

Astronomy: Saturn: the lord of moons

THE middle of the road planet is also the “middle one” in every way. A sedate loiterer, careering in the middle...

Astronomy: Saturn is my name …

ASTRONOMY holds one’s heart and mind — and breadth — in a firm grip, and continues to open newer vistas until...

Astronomy: Saturn, the magnificent

Every idea is an incitement. It offers itself for belief, and if believed, it is acted upon unless some other belief...

Astronomy: Saturn: the jewel of the Solar System

I AM enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge...

Astronomy: The great Red Spot

NO one can miss out on the Great Red Spot. It is not just prominent, but also very big. The Great Red Spot is the...

Astronomy: Jupiter, the brown dwarf

The fairest thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion which stands at the cradle of...

Astronomy: Jupiter, the gas giant

IT is commonplace fact in life — or the universe — for one item to be bigger, or smaller, than the other, even...

Astronomy: The gas giants

MY pronouncements on planet Mars, including the absence of any life forms on it, may have contributed to rub some...

Astronomy: Mars — life plays a trick on us

IN the last issue I dealt with the question, whether the Creationist theory or the Evolution theory is more ...

Astronomy:: The last one billion years: enter life

It is a riddle wrapped in mystery, inside an enigma. — Winston Churchill

Astronomy: Mars: the toughest question

THE little fella lives merrily, dancing to and fro among giants of the Solar System namely, Earth, Jupiter and...

Astronomy: More about Mars

THE he little fella continues to retain our undiminished, undivided attention, although it is yet a small thing ...

ASTRONOMY: The moons and moods of Mars

THE last time we spoke about the mighty midget of the Solar System, we were dismayed that over the millennia the...

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Gilgit-Baltistan alienation

Fatah-Hamas unity

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