- Civil-military parity row to end
- IISc researchers’ ecofriendly way of recycling e-waste
- Algal bloom may spare Indian waters
- Eclipses of binary star shed light on orbiting exoplanet
- Counterfeiting of new notes worries agencies
- ‘Foreign investor norms a barrier’
- Lights still green on global air traffic rights
Civil-military parity row to end
Government committee to submit report to resolve issue of rank equation.
IISc researchers’ ecofriendly way of recycling e-waste
The low-temperature crushing reduced e-waste into metals, oxides, polymer without using chemicals.
Algal bloom may spare Indian waters
The coastal States of India may not suffer from the massive algal bloom that has been reported from the Arabian Sea.
Eclipses of binary star shed light on orbiting exoplanet
For the first time, indications of a massive planet orbiting a low mass X-ray binary star system has been found.
Counterfeiting of new notes worries agencies
Will a disgruntled populace rely on one individual to work wonders or innovate new institutions when the democratic system itself is questioned?
‘Foreign investor norms a barrier’
According to a report by the U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration, Indian regulations on foreign ownership in e-commerce, banks, insurance and other online-related services were major barriers for overseas investors.
Lights still green on global air traffic rights
Domestic airlines oppose proposal to auction international air traffic rights to foreign airlines.