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What We Knew About The Genome
Scientific American could see the value of the work done by Indian scientists which the left-dominated Indian media either under-reported, or worse, negatively reported.
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In a World First, Indian Marine Scientists Restore Thousands of Years Old Dead Coral Reef
Much more awareness about corals and their usefulness to us has to be spread if these precious life forms are to be saved.
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Revitalise our aquifers: India can be water secure, but for that we need to act urgently
For millennia, people have used ingenious and elegant structures to use and replenish water in shallow aquifers, creating a reliable, widespread, cost effective and democratised water infrastructure.
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Finding Links Between Sastras and Science
According to Prof. Ramasubramanian, all the mathematical equations were in sloka format in Sanskrit.
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India Says No Rush on GM Food but Will Not Stand in Way of Science
Farmers are stuck with old technology, yields are at a fraction of global levels, cultivable land is shrinking and weather patterns have become less predictable.
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Tank Built By A Lakh Men 1100Years Ago Feeds Chennai
Veeranam Lake was built in the Tenth Century during the time of Greater Cholas, from 907–955 AD, by Rajadithya Chola.
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The Future Of ISRO – Get More Private Industries Involved And Encourage Academic Participation
Industries will have to get missions, get the stakeholders and user community and also do business with outside world. And for that, it has to be more than just being an outsourcing system.
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Cloning Detail Rig Veda Vishvaroopa First Cloned Cow
The Rubhus created a cow from skin of a cow. (RV. 1-161-7, 3-60-2, 4-36-4). It was the first ever production of a living clone, from a part of a body namely skin of a cow. The modern science has now proved it possible by producing a lamb Dolly from udder of a sheep. Udder is nothing else but a part of skin.
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Navy successfully test fires new long-range surface-to-air missile
the Barak-8 is designed to defend against a variety of short-to-long-range airborne threats, including fixed-wing aircraft, helicopters, drones and projectiles.
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India Is Building A Missile Defence System – With Russian Missiles!
The decision to acquire 12 batteries of the S-400 for approximately $10 billion shows India is taking the Chinese and Pakistani missile threats seriously, but it’s also a tacit admission that after more than two decades of missile development, the results are mixed.
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Whatever Happened To India’s Thorium Advantage?
The BJP put it in its general election manifesto in 2014, that it would develop our thorium potential.
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Digital India: The Foundations – Changing Tyres On A Moving Car
While creating an optical fiber-based broadband infrastructure across the country is the central tenet of this initiative, the government has implicitly also added wireless telecom infrastructure as one of the foundational pillars.
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Digital India – Great Ambitions, Hurdles Galore
there are still almost a billion Indians who are not using the Internet, and this is the largest unconnected market to address globally today.
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Digital India: Citizen Services Delivery
The good news is that government is seeking professional assistance to improve. The Digital India program has attracted industry professionals, who are seeking quantum changes to the way government data is used and shared.
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Digital India: Employment Push Across Manufacturing And Services
India adds about 12 million people to the workforce every year. A thin line of employability and employment opportunity divides this potential demographic dividend from social chaos.
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Science In India – What Does The Prime Minister Think Of It?
One of the examples he mentioned was why agricultural research has not addressed the problem of poor yield of pulses in India.
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Digital India – Great Ambitions, Hurdles Galore
Digital India is by far the most ambitious indigenous program PM Modi has launched with a far-reaching impact connecting Indian hinterland to the government services as well as to the rest of the country leveraging technology.
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Digital India: The Foundations – Changing Tyres On A Moving Car
The infrastructure will require a robust pakka building, constant power supply, power back up, trained operators, a fall back plan in case of the systems or the connectivity failure and physical security. To get all these elements right on a day to day basis in steady state operations will require active private participation.
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Innovation Nation: Why Narayana Murthy Is Only Half-Right About Lack Of Innovation
There is something toxic about our education system. Most of the normal universities have no autonomy, and are subject to the whims of politicians and bureaucrats.
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How IIT Kharagpur researchers are leading a 'green revolution'
The project involves three departments of IIT-Kharagpur -- agriculture and food technology, biotechnology and industrial engineering.
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Rain Making Veda Mantra
Discovery of the role of bacteria such as Pseudomonas Syringe in nucleation of ice at higher temperatures opens the possibility that these bacteria can facilitate precipitation from water bearing clouds at the prevailing temperature.
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India: World's largest solar plant that will generate 750 MW of power commissioned
The country plans to install 100 GW capacity of solar power by 2022, a five-time increase from a previous target.
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For a renaissance in Indian S&T
No effort has been made to formulate a national S&T policy, especially when the country needs a framework and a statement on such a policy. It also needs a document that would clearly and unambiguously state a workable way to implement this policy
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Rig Yajur Atharva Vedas Hymns Explain Electricity.Text
The atomic energy fissions the ninety-nine elements, covering its path by the bombardments of neutrons without let or hindrance. Desirous of stalking the head, ie. The chief part of the swift power, hidden in the mass of molecular adjustments of the elements, this atomic energy approaches it in the very act of fissioning it by the above-noted bombardment. Herein, verily the scientists know the similar hidden striking force of the rays of the sun working in the orbit of the moon.” (Atharva-veda
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Space Ship Dry Batteries Production Agastya Samhita
verifiable information on Space Ship design. Propellants and electroplating is found in the Agastya Samhita by Sage Agastya.
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Facebook open to solar plane-based Internet services in India
Facebook expects technologies to bring down the cost of internet significantly.
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Deforestation could shift monsoons, threatens to leave India high and dry: TRFN
remote deforestation in mid- and high-latitudes can have a much larger effect on tropical rainfall than local tropical deforestation
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Indian Thoughts, Advanced Modern Concepts
The Quantum theory supports this view and the Theory also lends evidence to the existence of other universe at the other planes that exist simultaneously!
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Binomial Triangle Computer Binary System By Pingala Hinduism
Halāyudha’s commentary includes a presentation of the Pascal’s triangle(called meruprastāra). Pingala’s work also contains the Fibonacci numbers, called mātrāmeru.
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Microbiology Darwinism In Ancient Hindu Texts Vedas
Germ theory of diseases was first established by Vedic Rishis and was recorded in Vedas. Vedas are first text in the world to record nexus between microbes and disease.
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Ancient Aircraft to Pythagoras
What India did not have was or was not allowed to develop historically was the institutionalization of science on par with the West during the globally crucial phase of European colonization.
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PM Modi to Open 102nd Indian Science Congress on Jan 3, 2015
From 1914, with 105 members and 35 papers presented at the first session, ISCA has grown into a huge fraternity of more than 10,000 members now.
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10 Things You Should Know About ISRO’s Test of the GSLV Mark-III
This launch serves two purposes. One is the capability to deploy three-tonne or heavier satellites into Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit (GTO) without having to turn to foreign launchers. The second is to use it for human space flight.
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German experts in Kanpur to assist in cleaning Ganga
Germany has recently expressed desire to assist in cleaning Ganga as it had cleaned its river Rhines successfully which had been termed as most polluted river of the world
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German experts in Kanpur to assist in cleaning Ganga
Germany has recently expressed desire to assist in cleaning Ganga as it had cleaned its river Rhines successfully which had been termed as most polluted river of the world.
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IISc Bangalore scientists develop nanocapsules to target individual cancerous cells
they can deliver drugs right inside a cancerous cell in the body with the help of physiological cues present inside the body, allowing target specific delivery.
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‘Quantum Consistent With Vedas’ Bohr Quantum Founder
Bohr, Heisenberg and Schrödinger regularly read Vedic texts. Heisenberg stated, “Quantum theory will not look ridiculous to people who have read Vedanta.” Vedanta is the conclusion of Vedic thought.
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India’s independence in the 21st century
The journey which began with the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development-1(1964) needs to be revisited.
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India's Mars mission cost less than Hollywood film Gravity: PM Narendra Modi
Mangalyaan, India's interplanetary project was launched in November 2013 at an estimated cost of US$ 72 million while the superhit English movie starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney was reportedly made at an estimated US$ 100 million.
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