Time travel — From Revati to Einstein’s Relativity and beyond (Part 3)

In April this year ( 2018), the International Astronomical Union on the recommendations of  NASA scientists, named  a crater on the largest moon of planet Pluto -- 'Revati' , on -- " a character in the Hindu epic narrative Mahabharata " I am sure most of us have no idea of who Revati was in... Continue Reading →


Ganapati: A Microsurgeon’s God

Microsurgery is a young speciality, being not more than forty or fifty years old. It is the surgery of the structures too small to be seen by the human eye. The magnifying loupe or the operating microscope is the microsurgeon’s constant companion, operating without them is a near impossibility. Microsurgery was born sometime in the... Continue Reading →

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