Japan Nobel laureate who discovered neutrinos dies at 94

Tokyo: Japanese astrophysicist Masatoshi Koshiba, a co-winner of the 2002 Nobel Prize in physics for confirming the existence of elementary particles called neutrinos, has died. He was 94. A distinguished professor at the University of Tokyo, he died at a Tokyo hospital on Thursday. It didn’t provide a cause of death. Agencies

Diwali carries special significance this year: Morrison

Melbourne: Extending Diwali greetings to Indians, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has said the festival’s message carries a special significance. “Most years, we often think of dispelling of darkness as a theoretical concept rather than something that is experienced and overcome. This year, Diwali’s message has a special significance,” he said. PTI

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