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Putin offers to extend gas deal with Ukraine for 3 months

Russian President Vladimir Putin on today said Russia would extend the current gas deal with Ukraine by another three months, hours before it was due to expire.

How magnetic field influences star formation
How magnetic field influences star formation

A new study has provided a deeper insight into how the magnetic field influences star formation on a variety of scales, from hundreds of light-years down to a fraction of a light-year.

Japan's quake-tsunami disaster in 2011 triggered global warming, ozone loss
Japan's quake-tsunami disaster in 2011 triggered global warming, ozone loss

A new study has recently revealed that Japan's quake-tsunami disaster in 2011 triggered global warming andozone loss , as it released tons of harmful chemical in the atmosphere.

Ukraine, Russia start new talks to supply gas to Kiev

Ukraine and Russia have launched EU-brokered talks in Brussels aimed at supplying gas to Kiev through next winter and securing onward deliveries to Europe.

Intestinal gas can help diagnose diseases

Throwing fresh insight on how microbes affect our health, a new study reveals that gut microbes in human body produce gases that may contribute to gastrointestinal diseases and could be used as biomarkers for one's state of health.

Vladimir Putin says Kiev`s gas cutoff in east Ukraine `smacks of genocide`: Report

 Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday said that Kiev`s decision to cut off gas supplies to east Ukraine last week, which prompted Moscow to start direct deliveries, smacked of "genocide."

Ukraine must pay for Russian gas sent to rebel areas: Medvedev

Ukraine must pay for Russian gas being supplied to rebel areas in the country`s war-torn east, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said Friday, raising the possibility of another gas dispute in the midst of winter.

Why some galaxies die young
Why some galaxies die young

 Some galaxies die early because they expel the gas needed to make new stars early, suggests a study.

Trial of final Tokyo gas attack fugitive begins

 The murder trial of the final suspect in the nerve gas attack on Tokyo`s subway got under way Friday, almost two decades after a cult killed 13 people and injured thousands more.

'Monster black' holes discovered at hearts of two colliding galaxies
'Monster black' holes discovered at hearts of two colliding galaxies

NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, or NuSTAR, has recently imaged two colliding galaxies, collectively called Arp 299, located 134 million light-years away, and found monster black holes in the hearts of each galaxy.

Too much gas in body can cause memory shut down: Study

An Indian-American researcher has found that hydrogen sulfide, a short-lived gas produced in the body, can impact the brain's ability to use food and glucose and result in memory loss.

Leave coal, oil in ground for climate's sake: Study

The Middle East must leave 40 per cent of its oil reserves in the ground, and China, the US and Russia most of their coal if global warming is to be curbed, researchers said on Wednesday.

Simulation of universe with realistic galaxies created
Simulation of universe with realistic galaxies created

An international team of astronomers has developed a simulation of the universe in which realistic galaxies are created.

Global CO2 emissions soar to all time high but with decreased growth rate
Global CO2 emissions soar to all time high but with decreased growth rate

A new study has revealed that although global CO2 emissions from fossil fuel use and cement production has reached an all new high, the growth has been notably slower at 2 percent than on average in the last ten years.

'Perfect storm' turbulence squelching star formation found around supermassive Black Hole
'Perfect storm' turbulence squelching star formation found around supermassive Black Hole

Astronomers have recently detected a "perfect storm" turbulence that was crushing star formation around a supermassive Black Hole by using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA).

Intergalactic `wind` strips cluster galaxies of star-forming gas
Intergalactic `wind` strips cluster galaxies of star-forming gas

 A team of astronomers have provided the first direct evidence that an intergalactic "wind" is stripping galaxies of star-forming gas as they fall into clusters of galaxies.

Ukraine's Poroshenko says winter gas price deal agreed with Russia

Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko confirmed that an agreement has been reached with Russia on a provisional price for gas deliveries during the coming winter months.

Russia's Putin warns of repeat of 2008 gas crisis

Russia will reduce gas supplies to Europe if Ukraine steals from the transit pipeline to cover its own needs, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday, adding that he was "hopeful" it would not come to that.

Gas leakage in South Mumbai; mishap averted

A major underground leakage of CNG was reported in Worli area of South Mumbai which was stopped timely averting a mishap, Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai said.

Mysterious, giant Siberian crater discovered at `end of world`

A puzzling giant crater has been recently discovered in the remote area of North Siberia.