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Railways to use Artificial Intelligence for preventing signal failures
Aiming to reduce the possibilities of signals failing, Indian Railways has undertaken remote condition monitoring of the system, a new approach for the...
This technology may speed up home Internet
A new technology promises to speed up slow Internet at home, say researchers, adding that the new hardware can enable speed up to 10,000 megabits-per-second (...
74% feel corruption is common in Government hospitals, reveals survey
Seventy-four per cent of respondents in a recent set of polls said that corruption related to procurement/supplies is a common phenomenon at government...
World running out of antibiotics, WHO warns
Antibiotics that are currently in clinical development are insufficient to combat the growing threat of antimicrobial resistance, a World Health Organisation (...
1993 Mumbai blasts case: Two get death, Abu Salem, another get life term
A Special TADA Court on Thursday awarded the death penalty to two convicts, life sentences to two others, including gangster Abu Salem, while giving...
Modi must not ignore China's threats as Nehru did in 1962: Chinese daily
India is as naive as it was in 1962 if it thinks China will not respond to its "provocations" in Doklam, a Chinese daily said on Tuesday. The state-...
Pregnant women with Hepatitis C have 90% chance of infecting their newborn
The parents of 31-year-old Naina Bharali are worried since their only daughter has been diagnosed with cirrhosis (liver cancer) -- caused by the Hepatitis C...
More than 4bn people worldwide lack safe water, sanitation
Around 4.4 billion people lack safely managed sanitation and around 2.1 billion lack access to safe, readily available water at home, a new report by...
Trump, his policies are unpopular worldwide, World Question Trump’s Leadership: Survey
President Donald Trump and many of his key policies are broadly unpopular around the globe, and ratings for the US have also declined steeply in many...
Asthma deaths to rise 20% if steps not taken against climate change
India will see a 20 per cent rise in asthma-related deaths in the next 10 years if urgent steps to curb climate change and prepare for its consequences are not...
With 180% growth, Chinese smartphone vendors set to wipe out Indian brands
Chinese vendors captured 49% of the Indian mobile phone handset market in the first quarter of 2017 -- a 180 per cent (year-on-year) revenue growth --...
Meet Cito: This smartwatch can move in five directions
If you love flaunting a smartwatch on your wrist, here's a new one that can rotate, hinge, translate, rise and orbit, and is "smart" in every sense of the word...
Alert! A student commits suicide every hour in India
On April 3, 2017, Arjun Bharadwaj, a 24-year-old management student, committed suicide by jumping out of a 19th-floor hotel room in Mumbai. Media...
India to become 3rd largest consumer economy by 2025
With the nominal year-over-year (y-o-y) expenditure growth at 12 per cent and with consumption set to triple to $4 trillion, India will be the third...
32% Indian professionals land job via social networks: LinkedIn
Thirty-two per cent of professionals in India land a new job through social networks that help candidates access information about companies, their...
Hyderabad Again Ranks Top In Quality of Living
Hyderabad has emerged as the city with the best quality of living in India for the third year in a row, according to Mercer's Quality of Living...
IIT Kharagpur launches 'Semester Away' programme for students
IIT Kharagpur on Thursday approved the Semester Away Programme (SAP) where its students will now get the opportunity to study in some of the top universities...
Government aims to bring high-speed digital connectivity to every village by 2018
India aims to bring high-speed digital connectivity to every village by 2018 and is keen to share expertise in the area with other nations, the government said...
Telephone subscribers grew 2.48% in December: TRAI
The number of telephone subscribers in India increased from 1,123.96 million at the end of November 2016 to 1,151.78 million at the end of December...
Poverty may up death rate more than obesity, alcohol: Lancet
People living in poverty may be 1.5 times or 46 per cent more at risk of an early death than individuals who are obese and heavily consume alcohol, a study has...
Hundreds of refugees to enter US despite Trump's ban
Nearly 900 refugees will be allowed into the US this week despite President Donald Trumps order suspending the refugees programme. Kevin McAleenan,...
India's bad luck at Miss Universe continues, French beauty crowned
India's Roshmitha Harimurthy failed to make it to the top 13 contestants at the Miss Universe 2016 contest, continuing the nation's dry run at the pageant...
Apple iPhone 8 may not have big impact: Report
Hit by declining sales globally, tech giant Apple’s next generation iPhone 8 will not be able to make a big impact on its smartphone business, media reports...
Delhi emerges as most well-read city this year
The national capital has emerged as the most well-read city in India for the fourth consecutive year with Bengaluru and Mumbai taking the second and...
Drones to transport blood in rural areas soon
Not just pizzas or groceries, drones can one day transport blood for transfusion to hospitals in rural areas — while keeping it safe and intact — in less time...
Why could men be more at risk of diabetes?
Men accumulate more iron than women making them prone to Type 2 diabetes , researchers said. Two-fifth of men as compared to one-fifth of women were at risk...
Donald Trump Claims Million Illegal Voting Cost Him Popular Vote
President-elect Donald Trump claimed on Sunday that he not only won the electoral vote but the popular vote as well, if the "millions" of "illegal"...
More students from India studying in the US than ever before
The number of Indian students studying in the US has gone up to over 165,000 during academic year 2015-16, a growth of 25 per cent over the previous year, says...
Tata Sons now details Mistry's failures as chairman
After replacing Cyrus Mistry as chairman of Tata Consultancy Services, the holding arm of the $103-billion empire issued a nine-page statement on...
Corporate India gives thumbs up to Modi's black money curbing initiative
As the government tightened its noose on black money, India's corporate sector cutting across the spectrum gave a thumbs up to the steps taken by...

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