Ancient Egyptian scribes mixed copper in inks: Study
London, Nov 11 (IANS) The black ink used by Egyptian scribes to write on 2,000-year-old papyri fragments also contained copper, an element previously not identified in ancient ink.
CBSE to probe allegations of Class XII economics paper ‘leak’
A Central Board of Secondary Education official said the board would look into ...
Plagiarism to cost teachers job, students registration
Students can lose their registration and teachers their jobs if found guilty of plagia...
Artists claim bias against WW I Indian soldiers by British Army
"The condition of shell shock was first diagnosed in 1915 by the English doctor Charles Meyers.
River linking will reduce the flagrancy of floods in Assam: Satyapal Singh
Singh who was in Guwahati to attend 20th convocation of IIT Guwahati on Monday said that rivers of Assam including Brahmaputra are under the river linking plan of the Centre.
Battle of the exes: Jemima Goldsmith threatens to file defamation suit against Reham Khan
Goldsmith has threatened to file a defamation suit against journalist Reham Khan if her book is published in UK.
Plagiarism: Teachers to lose jobs, students their registrations, say new HRD norms
The ministry had notified the UGC (Promotion of Academic Integrity and Prevention of Plagiarism in Higher Education Institutions) Regulations,, 2018 this week.
Sonia Gandhi led Nehru Fund refutes unauthorised occupation charge
On September 11, the ministry through its Directorate of Estates, had sent an eviction notice to the JNMF, asking it to leave the space adjacent to NMML by September 24.
You have to wait longer for George RR Martin's 'Winds of Winter'
The author wrote on his blog that "Winds of Winter" will not be released this year.
RBI seeks technical expertise to preserve archival documents
The work involves scientific repairing, removing "all the enemies" from the documents (such as iron pins, needles, cello and brown tapes), removing all stains from the documents, de-acidification and ink fixing.
RSS’ JNU Mahotsav to discuss ‘Modern Science in Sanskrit Scriptures’
The two-day event that will begin on Wednesday with recitation of shlokas, will also see a special exhibition ‘Sanskrit Vigyan Pardarshini’ to ‘show ancient Indians were miles ahead of the world in science, technology and medicine’ .
Dinanath Bhargava who sketched the national emblem passes away
Bhargava was suffering from cardiac ailments since past decade, family sources said.
Dr Radhakrishnan’s works get a new repository
Haryana-based Ashoka University has acquired the rich papers of the second President of India, Dr S Radhakrishnan.
Priyanka Gandhi's political journey so far
Priyanka Gandhi is no greenhorn in politics. She's been playing her role in one way or the other for two decades.
At 84, Ruskin Bond wants to write a good detective novel
The author has written about stories related to crime, but never attempted a traditional detective story.
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