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 •  How much does a kilogram weigh? Depends on your 'Planck constant'
Members of the BIPM, which groups some 60 nations, agreed on Friday after a week-long meeting at the nearby Palace of Versailles to redefine a kilogram in terms of a tiny but unchanging value called the "Planck constant". 
 •  How Ikea's latest innovation could help bring down pollution over north India
Several north Indian cities suffer from high pollution levels which see a spike due to the burning of straw in farms during the autumn months.
 •  First apogee motor firing of GSAT-29 performed successfully: ISRO
A day after the successful launch of India’s heaviest rocket GSLV-Mk III, carrying communication satellite GSAT-29, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Thursday said that that the first apogee motor firing of the satellite was performed successfully.
 •  No option but to consider measures to restrict private vehicles in Delhi: EPCA chief
The EPCA pointed out that vehicles contribute as much as 40 per cent of the total emission load in Delhi and roughly 30 per cent in the region according to SAFAR emission inventory.
 •  NGT fines Punjab govt Rs 50 crore over pollution in Beas and Satluj
The NGT imposed the heavy fine on the Captain Amarinder Singh government in the state and gave it two weeks to submit the amount.
 •  UFO sightings by pilots leave scientists, authorities baffled; investigations underway
The Irish Aviation Authority was immediately alerted of the sightings.
 •  Turtles to crayfish, Japan decides to eat into its problem of heavy breeding
If you can't stop them, eat them.
 •  NASA’s Juno spacecraft beams back image of Jupiter's swirling clouds
The image was taken on October 29 as the spacecraft performed its 16th close flyby of Jupiter.
 •  Tigress Avni, shot dead for hunting people, had not eaten for 4-5 days: Necropsy report
The tigress, who was believed to have turned man-eater and killed 13 people in the last two years in Yavatmal district's Pandharkawda area, was shot dead in Borati forest there last Friday.
 •  NASA's Hubble telescope finds smiling face among colourful galaxies
The Hubble Space telescope has spotted a formation of galaxies that resembles a smiling face in the sky.
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