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University of Hyderabad increases bioavailability of harpin biopesticide

Take to the skies, the seas and the roads in the latest cross-country racer, The Crew 2

Study links low vitamin D levels with onset of diabetes

Behind 14% of new diabetes cases globally

Bacteria develop resistance even without exposure to antibiotics

Mango walk: fields of green and gold

Technologies that lost the battle of time

Wild Wonders: an exhibition of nature photographs taken by children

Astronomers capture image of a planets birth

Where finetuning is a scheme for farmers

Union Cabinet clears DNA profiling bill

IISc to boost science start-up incubation

Google celebrates Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz, the man behind the modern-day binary system

Delhi power struggle: Constitution is boss, says BJP

Close encounters of the slithery kind

Mini Neanderthal brains grown in U.S. lab

Up to 90% reduction in severity of fungal infection in tomato plants was seen

Fleet Space Technologies says Centauri I will fly to space on a PSLV later this year

On June 30, 1972, a leap second was added to the worlds official clocks for the first time. Even though the world has been divided about its utility, leap second has continued to play its part. A.S.Ganesh tries to explain the leap second in a little over 200 seconds…

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Mini Neanderthal brains grown in U.S. lab

Google Doodle celebrates Huber Cecil Booth, inventor of vacuum cleaner

Robbie believes he has Asperger Syndrome

Harman Kardon Allure review: Hits and misses

To help better understand the species

Study links diabetes to air pollution

WB govt wants GI tag for the royal Kohitur mango

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Koala bear genome decoded for the first time

Doctors turning into legal drug dealers is easy in the U.S. where the medical profession and industry are overwhelmingly market-dictated. The U.S.

Political parties in India have multiple ideologies: Ramesh

Kailash-Mansarovar pilgrims being evacuated

Wandering Around the WebMbapp scores this World Cup; a Trump devotee wants a temple and more

Stunning photographs of Nature taken by children was the focus of all eyes at the Wild Wonders exhibition recently

Delhi power struggle: Legal experts welcome Supreme Court verdict

Social freezing now available in Vijayawada

University develops technology for shrimp feed

Technologies that lost the battle of time

A volunteer-driven project maps snake behaviour in urban areas from over 4,000 sightings, and finds that they pose a higher risk at dusk

Rahul Gandhi seeks time to reply to notice

Koala bear genome decoded for the first time

The streaming giant is reportedly spending $8 billion on content this year, and India is a big part of its plans. Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos talks about growth and original web series Sacred Games possible global reach

Indias most potent missile Agni-V to be inducted soon

Move on from fake news, U.S. is fighting deepfake

Mbapp scores this World Cup; a Trump devotee wants a temple and more

Bengal fishermen oppose draft CRZ notification

Eco zone proposed around Koonthankulam

Best age for pregnancy is between 20 and 30, says IVF specialist

To help better understand the species

What your doctor really wants to tell you!

Centurys longest lunar eclipse on July 27

Mbapp scores this World Cup; a Trump devotee wants a temple and more

Indias primary source of energy is coal, and it comes at a terrible cost

As medicinal plants and spices claim to cure everything from cancer to cavities, we asked the pros what they think of this trend

Russia 2018 underachievers playground

Deepfake is a new technology that lets anyone make videos of real people appearing to say things theyve never said.

Study links low vitamin D levels with onset of diabetes

The Harman Kardon Allures big sound and beautiful façade are marred somewhat by a few niggling blemishes

Trump had suggested that U.S. could invade Venezuela

Supreme Court verdict big win for Delhi, democracy: Kejriwal

Simulator Guru Prasad has developed a keyboard suited for Indian languages

Centurys longest lunar eclipse on July 27

Wild Wonders: an exhibition of nature photographs taken by children

Indian-origin scientist gets funding for project

West Bengal has about 158 km of coastline and about 2 lakh fishermen are dependent on the coastline for their livelihood

Study links low vitamin D levels with onset of diabetes

Bacteria develop resistance even without exposure to antibiotics

The Long March-9 is projected to carry 140 tonnes into low-Earth orbit

Mandatory segregation and recycling of plastic waste must be implemented before it is eventually phased out

Google Doodle celebrates Huber Cecil Booth, inventor of vacuum cleaner

The IISER Pune team found E. coli coped better when exposure to complex, unpredictable environment continued for 100 days

Whats New in Science 10 stick insects, broccoli in space, losing Nemo

It will be visible from all parts of the country

China aims to outstrip NASA with super-powerful rocket

Cosmic rays from massive star system may reach earth

A desi keyboard for Indian languages

Decreasing greenness in Indias forests

The Crew 2 review: Better than the original

Chennais eco-conscious weigh in on the State plastic ban announced for 2019, and we give you a few eco-friendly alternatives to choose from

However, they are sore over decision to allow Karnataka to adjust monsoon flow towards July release

Doctors maintain a veneer of calm, but we poked them this Doctors Day to find out what ticks them off. Their candid responses

Another bridge in Mumbai develops cracks, closed

I Support Farming strives to make agriculture a profitable business option

Bollywoods biggest piracy khiladis

Harman Kardon Allure review: Hits and misses

Delta farmers hail good beginning

This degradation is highest in core forest tracts such as protected areas, finds study

Here is how it goes down usually: Youre a very smart person. Everything youve done in school and college reinforces that. Class topping, school

Behind the rise of Netflix in India

Cosmic rays from massive star system may reach earth

Delta farmers hail good beginning

Google on Sunday paid homage to German mathematician-philosopher Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz on the occasion of his 372nd birth anniversary.Leibniz was

Delhi power struggle: Supreme Court has not defined trivial

Astronomers capture image of a planets birth

China aims to outstrip NASA with super-powerful rocket

19 and thrivingFrench footballer Kylian Mbapp has levelled up with the legendary Brazilian Pel for scoring at least twice in a World Cup match.But what followed his triumphs is the realisation that hes just 19, which was then followed by a vow to donate his match salary (roughly €20,000) to charity. If that doesnt make the world clutch at their hearts, I dont know what will.But the rest of us, while totally impressed, found ourselves wondering what we were doing at 19, which heralded a slew

Services PMI returns to growth in June

19 and thrivingFrench footballer Kylian Mbapp has levelled up with the legendary Brazilian Pel for scoring at least twice in a World Cup match.But

Close encounters of the slithery kind

Celebrating a forgotten medical genius

Should we turn to herbal remedies for body ailments?

Plans to open research park in 3 years

Astronomers puzzled by cow in the sky

Tuberculosis (TB) is the leading infectious cause of deaths worldwide. Over the last few decades, the emergence of TB strains that are resistant to

Ignaz Semmelweis waged a battle to establish the practice of thorough hand-washing before treating patients

Over the last decade the capital has lost tens of thousands of trees

Study focuses on women; first time such research has been conducted in India

Technologies that lost the battle of time

Study links diabetes to air pollution

The limit to how long we can live has not been reached, a study in Italy suggests

EcologicSelling our coal to the devil

Plan envisaged to give conservation efforts a leg up

With a range of 5,000 km, it will act as a deterrent: official

On futuristic thinking skin concept

Oil from the seeds of tea varieties from Assam may have health benefits

A desi keyboard for Indian languages

Whats New in Science 11 Human beings destroying the planet

A desi keyboard for Indian languages

The new celestial phenomenon has inspired a spate of papers trying to nail it down

Astronomers puzzled by cow in the sky

The koala is classified as vulnerable due to habitat loss and widespread disease

Chef and television show host Rakhee Vaswani burnt her calories the right way, by bringing fitness and sensible eating back to her list of priorities

As StumbleUpon shuts shop and shifts to new pastures, we take a look at all the great things in tech that were lost in the past few years

Indian-origin scientist gets funding for project

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