Global Vectra to start shuttle services in Mumbai, B'lore & Kolkata
Global Vectra Helicorp Ltd (GVHL), a provider of offshore helicopter services to India’s oil and gas sector, intends to venture into helicopter shuttle services between airports and c...
Mystery object forces NASA to postpone shuttle landing
NASA postponed the return of Atlantis for at least a day and examined the shuttle for damage that could prevent it from making the journey home after a mysterious object apparently fell off the sh...
NASA expects 3k job losses once shuttles stop flying
NASA told a US Senate panel on Monday that it anticipates losing 3,000 to 4,000 jobs at its launching site once the space shuttles stop flying in two more years, about half the cutback initially reported.
NASA begins fueling shuttle Discovery for afternoon launch to international space station
NASA began fueling space shuttle Discovery on Saturday for a late afternoon launch to the international space station.
Tech View: Nifty forms solid black candle, may see further correction
The near-term upward momentum is fading out, and a phase of correction is setting in.
For startups raising funds is easy, not hiring, retaining staff
Small startups struggle to get people on board as they question their prospects; they also can’t match fat cheques of big companies.
Shuttle-less loom workers seeks wage hike
An association of shuttle-less loom cloth manufacturers has asked the government to constitute a wage board to check the decline in wages in the sector.
Russia, India may jointly develop new space shuttle
India and Russia could jointly develop a new generation space shuttle for manned space flights and negotiations for the project are expected to begin in January, according to a top space official.
Rice shuttles between Mideast rivals as Arabs push peace plan
US secretary of state Condoleezza Rice shuttled between Israeli and Palestinian leaders for a second day Monday as Arab states revived a five-year-old peace plan to positive noises from Israel, David Millikin.
NASA says 3,000 to 4,000 job losses once shuttles stop flying
NASA has told a US Senate panel that it anticipates losing 3,000 to 4,000 jobs at its launching site once the space shuttles stop flying in two more years, about half the cutback initially reported
Toyota, SoftBank in first-ever alliance, target self-driving car services
The tie-up shows that even big, well-funded firms want to share costs and expertise in pursuing promising but risky automotive technologies that have yet to gain widespread consumer acceptance.
Budweiser wants to go beyond ISS, says they now wish to brew beer far away, in microgravity
The experiment will be one of the 250 facilitated by the Elon Musk-owned aerospace company.
Essel Group unit leads Rs 300-crore round in ZipGo
In December 2016, the startup had raised $6 million in funding, in a round led by Ventureast and Omidyar Network.
Walmart's built a ragtag alliance of tech firms to battle Amazon
Fear of Jeff Bezos helps explain why Walmart has in recent years forged alliances with Google, Microsoft, China’s JD.com and other tech players.
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