All stories by Pallava Bagla
The good and bad news about India's nuclear programmeRediff.com21 Jul 2016
While nuclear engineers cheer KNPP's first full operation, on nine other sites which house atomic reactors, scientists spend sleepless nights.
Modi@2: Hits and misses in science and techRediff.com30 May 2016
'Well begun is half done, today there are more hits than misses by the Modi government in its support towards science in India,' says Pallava Bagla.
ISRO's big leap, embarks on launching swadeshi space shuttle!Rediff.com15 May 2016
Around 600 scientists and engineers are hoping for the best as they forge ahead with plans of making an indigenous version of a space shuttle.
What makes Kailash Parvat, Ram Setu, Kedarnath so holy?Rediff.com18 Apr 2016
Scientists believe the unique geological locations where they are situated makes them worthy of veneration.
'India is not becoming intolerant'Rediff.com11 Jan 2016
'Some intolerance is there in society. Fortunately, a majority of Indians are tolerant.'
Hurrah! Indian students can work in UK post studiesRediff.com14 Dec 2015
Indians are welcome to study and work in Great Britain, says UK's Minister for Science and Universities Jo Johnson.
An Indian mission to Venus?Rediff.com19 Jul 2015
India, with its demonstrated capabilities of undertaking low cost high value inter-planetary travel, offers great opportunities for NASA to work with.
Indian scientists' new DNA chip for speeding up rice breedingRediff.com5 Jul 2015
One Chinese lie has been finally nailed this time by a team of Indian scientists who provide irrefutable evidence that rice did originate in India, a fact contested by China.