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NRI industrialist Lord Swraj Paul today underlined need for vigorous efforts to make Indian universities world class, he was addressing students of Punjab Technical University.
The discovery of Kepler-186f confirms that planets the size of Earth exist in the habitable zone of stars other than our Sun, NASA said.
US President Barack Obama, said: The world has lost one of its greatest visionary writers -- and one of my favorites from the time I was young.
The unmanned aerial vehicle, or drone as it is popularly known, was used to collect data at tomato farms in Karnataka\'s Kolar district for three months at the end of 2013.
Leaders have the task of finding the spark. In order to tap their own potential first, some rely on sense of humour, others on unlearning.
Leaders have the task of finding the spark. In order to tap their own potential first, some rely on sense of humour, others on unlearning.
Supreme Court recognised transgenders as people falling under a third gender, granting them legal rights to identify themselves as neither male nor female.
Garcia Marquez achieved literary celebrity that spawned comparisons to Mark Twain and Charles Dickens.
Ganesh and his wife Meena have bought Avagmah, the online higher education business of Bangalore-based 24x7 Learning.
Marquez met Fidel Castro after the Cuban leader grabbed power in the 1959 revolution -- the beginning of a decades-long and controversial friendship.
The top court rejected a ruling by the Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal, or TDSAT, which had said that a CAG audit would be subject to a finding by the department of telecom (DoT)
The apex court said that CAG audit of such private firms is necessary to ensure that there is no unlawful loss to government.
DoT has also asked MTNL to come up with an internal directory of central ministers, bureaucrats and top officials of India’s security agencies who will use the secured network.
German scientists have developed a new method to efficiently extract rare earth metals such as Yttrium, Praseodymium and Dysprosium from deep-sea rocks.
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India had asked stakeholders to send their comments by April 21 and counter comments by April 28.
Soon, Google Glass to assist surgeons  (17 April 03:18 pm) 
Researchers obtained a Glass device through Google\'s Explorer Programme and have tested its applicability in their daily paediatric surgical practice.
Scientists have developed a new technique that brings inexpensive systems that substitute flexible plastic for silicon chips one step closer to reality.
The COAI chief’s views mirrored telecom secretary M F Farooqui’s recent call for strict adherence to DoT’s inclusive policy rules on tower radiation.
Industry is falling behind its target on job front as it was estimated to employ more than 25 mn workers by \'16 under the 10-year govt\'s Auto Mission Plan.
More than 500 managers had left the Chennai-based Ashok Leyland as part of its voluntary retirement scheme in November 2013.
More than 500 managers had left the Chennai-based Ashok Leyland as part of its voluntary retirement scheme in November 2013.
Company had violated a clause that forbids sale of stakes by promoters within 3 years of getting licences and before meeting the mandatory roll-out obligations.
Collaborations include carrier billing and special bundled data packages, as it seeks to promote its instant messaging and voice app to take on rivals such as WhatsApp.
\"Coverage issues no matter how hard you try cannot be resolved in the 2300 MHz band, unless you fiberise,\" Huawei Telecommunications, told ET.
The DoT has decided to split the leadership functions at USOF and BBNL, both of which are headed by Ravi Shankar now, a senior government official told ET.