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Scientists glimpse Einstein's gravitational waves; PM Modi lauds role of Indian scientists

In a landmark discovery for physics and astronomy, international scientists said on Thursday they have glimpsed the first direct evidence of gravitational waves, or ripples in space-time, which......

Trio win Nobel in physics for invention of blue LEDs

Japanese scientists Isamu Akasaki and Hiroshi Amano, and US scientist Shuji Nakamura are seen on a screen after being announced as the 2014 Nobel Physics Laureates at the Royal Swedish Academy of......

Four Indian Americans win top science and maths awards

Four Indian-American professors are among 13 mathematicians, theoretical physicists and theoretical computer scientists selected for the Simons Investigators awards for their cutting edge research.......

Serge Haroche, David J Wineland win Nobel Physics Prize

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics for 2012 toSerge Haroche, College de France and Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France, and David J Wineland, National......

India may win a Physics Nobel Prize in the next decade?

Country's scientific community may be at the cusp of securing a Nobel in the physical sciences, says Devijyot Ghoshal After decades of losing out some of its finest minds to the West, India's......

A smart card-based solution to hunger and poverty

It promises to make the system corruption-free, writes Sreelatha Menon.A physics professor has applied science to suggest ways to help the country get rid of its ills and the result is a......

Threats that India faces in a post-globalised world

India should plan its strategies on the assumption that the rightward swing will stay and the West will retreat into an economic fortress, says Nitin Desai. One month of the Donald Trump......

The sword that hangs over our IT industry

The challenges before the industry are many today and its response over the coming months will shape the future of what has been one of the most vibrant value-creating and livelihood-enabling......

2 lakh to 3300 crore: The BYJU's Classes success story

'A business cannot be driven by the passion to make money, the passion to change society is far more important.''After a certain point, what value has money to a person?' A son of teachers,......

The disruptive power of technology

The fund industry may have embraced machines and robots, but managing money still needs the human touch IMAGE: Honda Motor's humanoid robot Asimo in Tokyo, Japan. Photograph: Toru......

'I am anxious about Ram Gopal Varma's reaction to Running Shaadi'

'I have been a part of more than a dozen films as a cinematographer but this was the smoothest shoot of my life. There was not a single day, when I wondered how a particular shoot would be done.'......

'24 was made keeping kids in mind, and they're loving it!'

'We think children are not as smart but that is so unfair.' 24 director Vikram Kumar gets talking about his latest hit. Director Vikram Kumar seems to be churning out hit after hit with seemingly......

Poverty-stricken Asian Games gold medallist boxer gets SAI aid

IMAGE: Dingko Singh seen here receiving the Padma Shri from President Pranab Mukherjee in 2013. Photograph: PIB/Files Dingko Singh, who made Manipur proud by clinching a gold medal in boxing at......

'Cricket needs to wake up. But how?'

'Put cricket, first and foremost, at the centre of every decision you take.''The bottom line must always be the sport that we love.'Rahul Dravid as eloquent as always in his M A K Pataudi Memorial......

'Dangal will add to the momentum of women's wrestling'

'Sakshi's medal will do to women's wrestling what Sushil's 2008 Olympic medal did to wrestling in general.''It will make more and more families put their daughters into wrestling.''More and more......

It's Henry who is New Zealand's wrecker-in-chief vs India

IMAGE: Matt Henry of New Zealand bowls during Day 1 of the second Test against India. Photograph: BCCI. Heaping praise on their ‘outstanding’ bowling effort, New Zealand pacer Matt......

The Muhammad Ali tribute you MUST read!

'Every Ali obituary I read made the point that he 'transcended his sport' -- a reference to the many battles he fought with America even as he fought in America.''What the obituaries leave out is......
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Scientists Lobbying To Restore Pluto As A Planet

&& n">A team of scientists seeking to restore Pluto to planethood launched a campaign on Tuesday to broaden the astronomical classifications which... ...

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2017/03/22/pluto-a-planet-again_n_15546156.html?utm_hp_ref=weird-news&ir=Weird+News
Samsung Pay launches in India, but will it succeed?

First launched in South Korea in July 2015, Samsung have finally launched Samsung Pay in India. Pay. Samsung's secure mobile payment service,... ...

http://www.catchnews.com/science-technology/samsung-pay-launches-in-india-but-will-it-succeed-55337.html
Three Indian science journals feature special issues authored exclusively by women scientists

Current Science, Resonance and Physics News are the three Indian journals with special issues that feature work from only women scientists. The... ...

http://tech.firstpost.com/news-analysis/three-indian-science-journals-feature-special-issues-authored-exclusively-by-women-scientists-368056.html
Can Samsung's new virtual assistant do what S Voice couldn't?

Samsung is entering the voice-powered virtual assistant game, albeit a little bit later than expected. "Technology is supposed to make life... ...

http://www.catchnews.com/science-technology/bixby-can-samsung-s-new-virtual-assistant-do-what-s-voice-couldn-t-55196.html
Observatory yet to get green nod

The India-based Neutrino Observatory is set for more delay as the National Green Tribunal on Monday kept its "environmental clearance" in abeyance... ...

http://www.deccanherald.com/content/602378/observatory-yet-get-green-nod.html

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