Most of India should be able to view the solar eclipse, apart from some parts in the Northeast. Read on for details:
The eclipse will begin before sunset in the late afternoon and will be visible from most areas. Read on for details:
Planetary Society of India Director N Sri Raghunandan Kumar in a release on Monday said another eclipse, in less than 15 days, which is Total Lunar E...
Solar eclipse was seen in the skies of the national capital and Mumbai on Sunday.
Devotees on Thursday took a dip in Brahma Sarovar on the occasion of the solar eclipse, the last one of the decade.
Several parts of the country, including Odisha, Kerala, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Maharashtra and Delhi, are witnessing a solar eclipse on Thurs...
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