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New crack found in one of Antarctica’s largest ice shelves

New crack found in one of Antarctica’s largest ice shelves

Scientists fear the new branch that has appeared in a huge crack on one of Antarctica's largest ice shelves could be about to break. 

Suffering from piles? Try these simple natural remedies to treat it!

Suffering from piles? Try these simple natural remedies to treat it!

 Piles also known as hemorrhoids, is a very painful condition during the bowel movement.

Arctic lakes melting earlier each year, claims study

Arctic lakes melting earlier each year, claims study

 A new research has revealed that due to climate change, arctic lakes covered with ice during the winter months are melting earlier each year.

Antarctica more vulnerable to warming than thought: Study

Antarctica more vulnerable to warming than thought: Study

East Antarctica`s massive ice sheet may be more exposed to global warming than long assumed, according to a study Monday that shows how strong winds can erode ice shelves that help hold it in place.

Watch: Beautiful time-lapse video of ice flowing off Newfoundland!

Watch: Beautiful time-lapse video of ice flowing off Newfoundland!

Astronauts, who are currently aboard the International Space Station (ISS) have been showering us with the beautiful images of the Earth taken from space. 

Spectacular view of fjord and glacier from NASA's IceBridge - See pic!

Spectacular view of fjord and glacier from NASA's IceBridge - See pic!

This year marks IceBridge's eighth spring campaign of science flights over Arctic sea and land. 

Scientists to explore Saturn's icy moon for alien life

Scientists to explore Saturn's icy moon for alien life

The two possible candidates are: the icy moons of gas giants Jupiter and Saturn which harbour sub-surface oceans perfect for hosting life.

Earth's internal heat driving Greenland's ice melt

Earth's internal heat driving Greenland's ice melt

 An international team of geoscientists has found that Greenland sits over an area of abnormally hot mantle material that drives a widespread melting beneath the ice sheet and rapid ice flow over a distance of several hundred kms.

Antarctica: Sea-level rise too big to be pumped away

Antarctica: Sea-level rise too big to be pumped away

Sea level rise is likely to be a problem too big to handle as a new study suggests that geoengineers will not be able to pump away the rising tides.

DNA: Siachen survivor Hanumanthappa still critical, say doctors

Siachen avalanche miracle survivor Hanumnathappa Koppad's condition has deteriorated as he is still in coma, the latest medical bulletin issued by Delhi's Army Research and Referral Hospital's doctors said.

DNA: How soldiers are being trained for avalanche rescue

Zee Media Exclusive report on how our soldiers are being trained for avalanche rescue

Siachen survivor Hanumanthappa still in coma

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Know how your body adapts to cold weather

Know how your body adapts to cold weather

In order to help you understand better, experts explain in three major defense mechanisms on how the body battles the cold.

Watch: Fast & Facts @4pm - Part II

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3 dead in Delhi due to severe cold.
Heavy Fog disrupts flight, train and traffic

Ocean warming blamed for North Pacific dead zones

Ocean warming blamed for North Pacific dead zones

 Abrupt ocean warming at the end of the last ice age was linked to the sudden onset of low-oxygen, hypoxic, conditions that led to vast marine dead zones in the North Pacific, new research has found.

How to make ice melt at -180 degree Celsius

A team of scientists has determined that ice can be melted at –180 degree Celsius if the ice crystals contain just 48 water molecules.