The eclipse was an emotional and spiritual moment: Madhulika Guhathakurta
"I think that in future we will need students who develop a multidisciplinary approach to problem solving," said NASA’s lead scientist Madhulika Guhathakurta.
13 scientific predictions for 2015
Some incredible things happened in the science world in 2014, but one of the best things about science is ...
NASA software to help detect new asteroids better
With more telescopes scanning the sky, the ever-increasing volume of data makes it impossib...
Dil Dhadakne Do review: Not preachy but breezy
Dil Dhadakne Do goes behind the glossy grins of Indian family life, sobbing dysfunction, heart-ripping extramarital affairs, bitter gender discrimination and heavy parental control.
Hiroshima, 70 years after: Nuclear weapons haven't been used for last 7 decades, our luck could run out next decade
The post-Cold War reality is that the nuclear weapon is perceived as the great equaliser and the ultimate shield against major power intervention.
Here's what Kangana Ranaut spends her money on: Clothes, cars, land
The actress is busy setting up an organic farm, horse stable and Victorian cottage in Manali.
Jet Airways to focus on non-ticket revenues to boost bottom lines
"Currently, ancillary revenue or the non-ticket revenue accounts for only 3% of our total revenues. We are aiming to enhance it to a sizeable proportion," Jet Airways' vice president, marketing said.
How education-technology startups like Oust Labs are making learning more engaging and fun
Ed-tech startups are creating mobile-first, analytics-focused and gamification platforms that are making education more engaging and fun for both teachers and students.
Spot Liquefied Natural Gas prices for Northeast Asia stay high
The strong demand from Japan and South Korea is keeping the prices high, a situation which is expected to continue another couple of years
HPCL, partners to divest 40 per cent stake in gas block
Hindustan Petroleum Corp and its partners will divest 40 per cent of their stake in a gas-bearing block in offshore Australia to US-based Apache Corp.
Woodside says BHP interest 'possible' after Shell sell-off
Woodside Petroleum on Tuesday said it could be in the sights of mining giant BHP Billiton following Royal Dutch Shell's sale of a 3.3 billion US dollar stake that sent its shares diving.
How Microsoft taught Cortana to be more human
Microsoft's alternative to comparable virtual assistant services like Siri and Google Now - can do more than perform boring tasks like sending texts.
Sudarshan Shetty: Meet the most innovative of Indian artists at the third Kochi-Muziris Biennale
The Kochi Biennale Foundation is credited with running India’s much-anticipated contemporary art festival in Kerala’s heritage town of Fort Kochi.
Time to update old economy rules for new economy
Let’s start with that old scourge, wage inflation. Forget for a minute that there is no such beast as wage inflation.
Petronet seeks LNG supply
Petronet LNG Ltd, a liquefied natural gas importer, is seeking additional supplies from planned projects in Australia in addition to fuel it expects to buy from the Chevron Corp-led Gorgon venture.
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