Satellite images showed the spectacular eruption that took place Saturday evening, with a plume of ash, steam and gas rising like a mushroom above the blue Pacific waters. A sonic boom could be heard as far away as Alaska.
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Tribals carry body in doli for 7 km in Tirupattur
FRL ind directors ignored irregularities: Amazon
IN a fresh attack on Future Retail Ltd (FRL), US retail giant Amazon has accused FRL independent directors of deliberately overlooking irregularities committed by Future Group and the promoter family.
MP's new startup policy to aid ecosystem: Secy
THE new startup policy will support in creating a vibrant ecosystem in Madhya Pradesh and help in mobilising the external funding support to state-based startups, said P Narahari, secretary-MSMEs and commissioner, Industries, Government of Madhya Pradesh.
Ahead of Gujarat poll, BJP identifies AAP as key challenger in tribal areas
IF BJP sources are to be believed, the party's Gujarat unit appears more concerned about AAP's tactic and searching posers than the Congress, which is seen as divided from the top.
Climate study warns of 30-fold rise in heatwaves
HUMAN-caused climate change can increase the chances of heatwaves in India and Pakistan by around 30 times, according to an analysis by World Weather Attribution (WWA), an international team of leading climate scientists.
Come to India, will consider bail plea: HC tells actor-producer
THE Kerala High Court on Monday directed actor-producer Vijay Babu, facing rape charges, to return to the country and produce the travel ticket for the court to consider his anticipatory bail application.
Relief at last: Rain, thunderstorm bring mercury down to record level
DELHI woke up to dark skies, rain, thunder and cool breeze on Monday, in a huge respite from the prolonged heat wave conditions.
4 civic body-run schools under scanner of DCW over safety
Calling the conditions of schools "pathetic, unsafe and disturbing", the DCW issued a notice to the Municipal Commissioner directing that action should be taken immediately.
Joe Biden Arrives In Japan Amid Concerns Over N Korea's 'N-Test'
President Joe Biden arrived in Japan on Sunday for the second leg of an Asia trip underlining US commitment to the region but overshadowed by concern that North Korea will test a nuclear weapon after ignoring Washington's attempt at outreach.
Taxpayers Can Claim IGST Refund On Ocean Freight: Experts On SC Ruling
Taxpayers who have paid GST on 'Ocean Freight' on imported goods will be entitled to claim refunds, following the Supreme Court verdict, provided they have not claimed input tax credit, experts said.
MUSK HELPING RESTORE TONGAN INTERNET; VIRUS OUTBREAK GROWING
Entrepreneur Elon Musk is helping reconnect Tonga to the internet after a volcanic eruption and tsunami cut off the South Pacific nation more than three weeks ago, according to officials, while repairs on an undersea cable are proving more difficult than first thought.
IN CALIFORNIA, SOME BUY MACHINES THAT MAKE WATER OUT OF AIR
The machine Ted Bowman helped design can make water out of the air, and in parched California, some homeowners are already buying the pricey devices.
Forests – Last Stands
The soothing escapes that old-growth forests provide are probably much closer than you think. But they’re under siege
Even if you log thousands of vertical feet at your local mountain beforehand, heli-skiing can wreck you after one day. Here’s how to beat the bonk.
Who's Afraid of Winter?
Two fair-weather enthusiasts tear down their fear of the fourth season.
The Living Forest
We know our forests are special places. But for the Native Americans who have lived among them for centuries, they are more than that. Trees are family members that give, heal, provide, protect, and nurture. Trees are sacred. Listen to the trees.
“At Bottom. Repeat. At Bottom.”
Multimillionaire Victor Vescovo committed himself to one of the world’s craziest remaining adventure quests: to reach the deepest points in every ocean, in a dangerous mission called the Five Deeps. What does it take to get there? A radically high-tech, $30 million Triton submersible, a team of crack engineers and scientists, and one very gonzo explorer.
Could Fukushima Happen Here?
U.S. nuclear plants weren’t built for the growing risks of climate change
Toshiba Unveils Robot To Probe Melted Fukushima Nuclear Fuel
Toshiba Corp. unveiled a remote-controlled robot with tongs that it hopes will be able to probe the inside of one of the three damaged reactors at Japan’s tsunami-hit Fukushima nuclear plant and grip chunks of highly radioactive melted fuel.
How To Get Ready For Hurricanes, Tsunamis, Floods, and Earthquakes
Seismologist Lucy Jones is on a crusade to prepare us—and our infrastructure—for the next Big One.