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India has never pursued an offensive bio weapons programme

In 2003, the United States Congressional Research Service asserted that there is a danger that India may develop a bio weapons programme. It claimed that 'India is believed to have an active......

'India can no longer afford to live in a space time warp'

What hinders India's exploration program is a lackadaisical approach to space research and development by the policymakers, says Chaitanya Giri. India stands at the crossroads of its space......

'Kudankulam is more a PR disaster than scientific'

V Ponraj was a scientist with the Defence Research and Development Organisation before he was posted at the Rashtrapati Bhavan to assist Dr Abdul Kalam when he became the President of India. He......

LCA 'Tejas' to be inducted in IAF this year: DRDO

Indigenously developed Light Combat Aircraft 'Tejas' will be inducted into the Indian Air Force this year, Defence Research and Development Organisation chief V K Saraswat has said. "With 'Tejas'......

3 Indian Americans helped create artificial life

Three Indian scientists were part of the 24-member team that developed the first synthetic bacterial genome.The three researchers of Indian-origin were Sanjay Vashee, Radha Krishnakumar and......

Now, use gestures to control your smartphone

Researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have developed new wireless sensing technology that could allow users to 'train' their smartphones to recognise and respond to hand gestures near the......

Intel exploring women-focused wearables

Chipmaker Intel, which last week announced a partnership with watches and fashion accessory retailer Fossil Group to develop wearable devices, is scouting for manufacturers to launch such devices......

As red tape grows, pharma research flees India

Indian loses chance to be research hub as domestic drug companies move R&D overseas. Piramal Enterprises, the Piramal group's flagship company operating primarily in the healthcare sector, has......

A 'smart' shirt that reduces the risk of heart attacks

NTT I3 develops software for parent company's wearable electrodes fabric. Japan-based, $133-billion conglomerate NTT Group, has developed wearable textile electrodes that can be worn on the inside......

Land Rover to develop intelligent self-learning car

Researchers at Tata group's flagship Jaguar Land Rover are pioneering a cutting-edge technology to develop an intelligent self-learning vehicle that will offer a personalised driving experience and......

Revealed: How Bolt 'beat air' at world record speed!

As the world's best athletes descend on London on Friday to take part in the Olympic Anniversary Games, a group of researchers from Mexico has provided an insight into the physics of one of the......

BCCI awards: Vengsarkar, Bhuvneshwar and Rohit Sharma honoured

Interim President Shivlal Yadav presents the lifetime achievement award to former cricketer Dilip Vengsarkar at the BCCI awards 2013-14 in Mumbai. Photograph: PTI Dilip Vengsarkar......

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Q. What you think is psychological problem with SK?
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URI chemistry professor and crime lab director named to federal group to assess forensic standards

As part of the process, Oxley will assess and recommend standards relating to explosives and Hilliard will do the same in the area of fire debris... ...

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UMassD Q&A on U.S.-Cuba Relations with Professor Cristina Mehrtens

This past week, President Obama announced historic steps to normalize relations between the United States and Cuba. UMass Dartmouth Associate... ...

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150+ kmph speeds in fog causing E-way crashes

GREATER NOIDA: The Central Road Research Institute (CRRI) has found that the main cause of accidents on the Yamuna Expressway that connects Greater... ...

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Cement companies pin hopes on govt spending to revive growth

Building roads, highways and a rail corridor as well as hundreds of thousands of toilets will be major demand boosters next year, say analysts.... ...

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Behind the camera, an absence

In late November, when Warner Bros. hired Michelle MacLaren for its Wonder Woman movie, it became the first studio to tap a female director for a... ...

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