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New algorithm for safer digital data

IIT researchers develop Braille laptop for visually impaired

New Delhi, Sep 06, 2020: With the ever-growing technology, cyber-attacks have become rampant. A team of researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati (IIT Guwahati), in collaboration with scientists from the University of Pardubice, Czech Republic, is working towards developing indigenous algorithms that can protect the Nation’s digital data …

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Pranab Mukherjee: Not a common person’s leader

Pranab Mukherjee

Pranab Mukherjee death news | Pranab Mukherjee died Former President Mr Pranab Mukherjee death is the passing away of a leader who adhered to Parliamentary procedures and constitutional norms. Perhaps, Mr Mukherjee was among the last of that generation that believed consensus the only way to run the country though …

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J&K rejected Jinnah in 1947 : Can the Prime Minister answer why Article 370 is still alive in the Chapter-III of the Indian Constitution? 

Prof. Bhim Singh

  NC Leaders warned: J&K rejected Jinnah in 1947, cannot work as NC wants today Jammu/Srinagar September 1, 2020: Reacting strongly NPP Supremo, Prof.Bhim Singh reminded the power-hungry NC leadership in J&K against the Jinnah formula of 1947 which was heavily rejected by 100% Kashmiris. It was J&K Ruler who …

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Scientists use genomics to discover an ancient dog species that may teach us about human vocalization


The finding marks a new effort in conserving an ancient dog breed, with potential to inform human vocalization processes Bethesda, (Maryland) Monday, August 31, 2020. In a study published in PNAS, researchers used conservation biology and genomics to discover that the New Guinea singing dog, thought to be extinct for …

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EEG to minimize human error

Research News

New Delhi, Aug 31 (India Science Wire): If the capability of the worker to respond to an emergency in real-time can be assessed, this could prevent accidents and mishaps on a factory floor. Electroencephalogram (EEG) is used to measure brain wave activity by placing sensors on the scalp. Researchers at …

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Violation of Pre-Legislative Consultation Policy (2014) and Right to Information Act in the proposed mining reforms

National News

New Delhi, 30th August: The Government of India has brought yet another undemocratic, anti-people announcement proposing mining reforms aligning with the Atma Nirbhar Bharat Scheme for enhancing private investments in the mineral sector. The Ministry of Mines has put up a notice on 24-August-2020 seeking public comments on substantial matters …

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Climate change under a gender lens

Climate Change

Countries in the Asia Pacific region are at the forefront of bearing the onslaught of climate change. During the last three decades, 45% of the world’s natural disasters have occurred in this region, which is vulnerable to floods, cyclones, earthquakes, droughts, storms and tsunamis. While climate change affects everyone but …

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crocodile tears Yogi Adityanath

One would wonder why after such a show of triumphalism at the foundation laying ceremony of grand Ram temple on 5th August in Ayodhya the Uttar Pradesh government would stoop so low to put a lock outside the Aam Admi Party office in Lucknow. What makes it feel insecure? After …

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