- Vulnerable tribes: lost in a classification trap
- Delhi, Dhaka agree on 22 deals
- ‘No-fly-list’ under government consideration, says Minister
- An elephantine census after 5 years
- Talking about depression is half the treatment done, say doctors
- Labour participation rate of women in India visibly low, says World Bank study
- IISc designs a novel graphene electrical conductor
- IIT Bombay uses mango leaves to make fluorescent graphene quantum dots
- Large asteroid to buzz past Earth on April 19: NASA
- Protein that boosts vaccine efficacy found
- Indian team in U.S. for defence technology talks
A recent Anthropological Survey of India (AnSI) publication has brought to the fore startling revelations about the Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTGs) in the country inc- luding the fact that no base line surveys have been conducted among more than half of such groups.
India promises on Teesta, delivers on $5 billion line of credit, defence MoUs
The government was considering the introduction of a ‘no fly list’ to deal with unruly passengers.
All India counting exercise in May will assess the health of the iconic species
Disturbed sleep or loss of appetite, feelings of guilt or low self-worth, or feelings of tiredness and lethargy are among the tell-tale signs
Despite high growth rate during the economic reform period, five economists of the World Bank have found that women’s ability to access job opportunities in the new economy has been “precarious.”
Researchers from the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru have been able to experimentally produce a new type of electrical conductor that was theoretically predicted nearly 20 years ago.
The quantum dots can be used for bioimaging and measuring intracellular temperature
Although there is no possibility for the asteroid to collide with Earth, this will be a very close approach for an asteroid of this size.
PorB helps increase the amount of antibody production and can stimulate cells to kill offending agent
A Defence Ministry delegation is in the U.S. to discuss the entire range of cooperation under the Defence Technology and Trade Initiative (DTTI).