ISRO helps chipmaker Qualcomm for enabling Indian GPS, NavIC, in smartphones
The space agency said in a statement that these chipsets are being released by Qualcomm and this would help accelerate the adoption of NavIC by smartphone original equipment manufacturers (OEM).
World losing trust in climate science, Indians most-trusting: WEF survey
Indians and Bangladeshis have topped the charts when it comes to tru...
India's military might, cultural heritage to be on display at Rajpath on Sunday
Anti-satellite weapon Shakthi, Army's battle tank Bhishma, in...
Survey shows Indian companies most familiar with concept of cybersecurity in APAC region
APAC Cyber Resiliency and Risk Report said that 98% of Indian companies surveyed were likely to invest more in security due to regulation. India is most likely to have ‘high’ impact (58%) of cybersecurity incidents on businesses compared with 42% in Singapore and 16% in Australia. India also topped the list in belief in cyber-resilience.
Republic Day: 15 ITBP officials get police service medals
Second-in-command-rank officer Ratan Singh Sonal, Section Officer C Durai Raj and deputy inspector generals A S Rawat and Nishith Chandra were among the officials decorated with the distinguished and meritorious medal, the spokesperson said. Inspector General D K Dimri, DIG S K Sharma and second-in command-rank officer R K Joshi were also among the recipients of the medal.
US-based startup offers fire safety tech to Indian hospitals
The three-year-old startup has implemented and evaluated the system at the Institute of Neurosciences, Kolkata (I-NK) for the last couple of months, Pal claimed.
Indians rush for US citizenship before Trump can shut doors
Uncertainty over the Donald Trump administration’s immigration policies, coupled with a desire to vote in the upcoming elections this year, have led many immigrants residing in the US to opt for citizenship.
Nepal offers to play role of mediator between India and Pakistan
Tensions between India and Pakistan have spiked since India abrogated Article 370 of the Constitution to revoke the special status of Jammu and Kashmir in August last. India's decision evoked strong reactions from Pakistan, which downgraded diplomatic ties and expelled the Indian envoy.
Govt to reward travellers visiting 15 tourist spots a year: Minister
"Tourism Ministry will fund the travel expenses of tourists who visit 15 destinations in the country in a year and submit the photos to our website," Union Minister Prahlad Singh Patel said.
Chocolate industry may feel the pinch as global cocoa prices rise
India imports large quantity of cocoa beans and powder to bridge the gap between supply and demand in the domestic market. As per the data of International Cocoa Organisation, the cocoa prices stood at $2,687.24 per tonne on Thursday, around 20% increase year-on-year.
Global coalition inks pacts to find cure for coronavirus
It is important to learn lessons from the Ebola crisis and not wait a decade for a vaccine, says CEPI vice-chair Gagandeep Kang
Social gaming startup Rooter to play user content to get more on board
In its new avatar, Rooter will allow fans to not just upload audio and video content, but also go live during the matches to comment & analyse for their followers.
Indian law to protect foreign investors to exclude tax demands: Documents
The draft text of the new law dated Nov. 15 does not cover demands related to enforcement of tax obligations.
Adani Gas shares hit by report of PNGRB notice on non-disclosure
Company says all concerned authorities were intimated about reorganisation exercise.
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