New York: The lethal virus Ebola can have many strains but thanks to a new drug discovery tool, there could soon be therapies to treat all known strains and likely future strains of the disease.Researchers
Mumbai: Around 9,000 police constables in Maharashtra would soon get a house of their own in adjoining Navi Mumbai after retirement.“The policemen have formed a housing society of their own for the 100-acre project, of
New Delhi: The naval variant of India's indegenous light combat aircraft (LCA) is due to soon begin ramp trials.Avinash Chander, scientific adviser to the defence minister and director general Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO),
New Delhi: Newly appointed Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi is expected to appoint a Foreign Policy Advisor to tackle the nation's foreign policies.This is amongst the top priorities in Modi's to-do list.Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, an
Kolkata: Kolkata will soon have its 'Kolkata Eye' modelled on the 'London Eye', a giant ferris wheel, providing a magnificent view of the metropolis from a height of 120 metres. The 'Kolkata Eye' will be
Mumbai: Ace cueist Pankaj Advani does not see an Indian player winning at the world professional snooker circuit in the near future even though he and compatriot Aditya Mehta are currently ranked in top 64.
Washington: The days of booking air tickets over websites or phone may soon be over. Airlines are now switching over to social media to attend to customers.“The airlines are using social media like they are
New Delhi: A charge sheet against former Telecom Minister A Raja and DMK leader Kanimozhi is expected to be filed soon in the 2G spectrum money laundering case being probed by the Enforcement Directorate (ED).
New Delhi: Arvind Kejriwal resigned as Chief Minister of Delhi on Friday Feb 14 . Kejriwal during his college daysArvind Kejriwal has started meeting bureaucrats of Delhi government.Kejriwal with wife Sunita during their ring ceremony Kejriwal led
New Delhi, Sep 28: Scientists are advancing biometrics security systems a step further by developing 'biosoles' that can recognise you based upon your unique walk.Researchers from the Carnegie Mellon University's Biometrics Research and Identity Automation