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Intl team with IIT-M researchers wins US Energy dept prize

An international research team 'Nalu e Wai', which included researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology (Madras), has won the first two phases of...

Indian-origin researcher turns banana waste into packaging material in Sydney

An Indian-origin researcher-led team at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) announced it has discovered a novel way to turn banana plantation waste...

AISRF Fellowships for 2020 announced

Food and water security, disaster management, premature cancer mortality, neurodegenerative disorders: these are but some of the areas that the Australia India Strategic Research...

Research suggests the secret to getting good grades

Parents, take note. If you want your children to score good grades in exams, tell them to quit social media as researchers have found...

Hindu kids more likely to believe 'Indian equals Hindu'

Acc. to research from University of California, Berkeley, Hindu children are more likely than their Muslim peers to connect their faith to national identity

Eye-tracking technology could help make driving safer

Researchers have developed two new applications of eye-tracking technology which could help make driving safer. "Prior to a crash, drivers can be easily distracted by...

Dr Jagnoor Jagnoor

With a background in dental surgery from India, Dr Jagnoor Jagnoor presently works as a Senior Lecturer at UNSW’s Faculty of Medicine. Dr Jagnoor...

15.8% of India's research work features in world's top 10 journals: Report

Just under 16 per cent of the total publications produced by Indian researchers feature in the top ten journals globally, a government report has...

Read this if you have an elderly parent living alone in...

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  Sunipa Dasgupta, 80, lives alone in her flat in South Kolkata. Her daily routine used to include regular visits from a small team of...

More foreign couples adopting girls from UP

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  More and more girl children are now being adopted by childless couples from other countries and officials in Uttar Pradesh attribute this trend to...

Even in COVID year, Blacktown Diwali Lights Competition 2020 shines on

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  Despite a ‘distanced Diwali’, the irresistible festive spirit continued this year in NSW with Blacktown City Council’s annual Diwali Lights Competition. Blacktown, the third largest...

Delhi govt’s decision to engage final year students on COVID duties...

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  An association of resident doctors in Delhi has expressed discontent with the Delhi government's latest order to deploy undergraduate MBBS (medicine) and BDS (dentistry)...

COVID-19: India’s tally now nears 9.4 million cases

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  With over 41,000 new coronavirus infections and nearly 500 deaths over the weekend, India's overall tally stands at 93, 92, 919 with a fatality...
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