'Quantum supremacy' and the threat it poses to data storage, digital economy
Encryption has made the use of data safe. Will 'quantum supremacy' alter that?
Give 1% of earnings to Alma Mater, IITs to tell students
The members said this will be in the nature of appeal to outgoing students, asking t...
'Novel material may help develop future quantum computers'
Through a series of experiments, Yufan Li and colleagues found that thin films of ...
Ind-Ra downgrades IDBI Bank's rating outlook to negative
IDBI's gross non-performing assets are among the highest in its peer group (27.47% at end-FY19)
View: A lower stakes game is here
Lot of storms have gathered in skies above Indian business and promoter stake change just adds to regulatory workload.
India, Kazakhstan in talks to renew deal with higher Uranium imports
Kazakhstan accounts for 80% of uranium supplies to India. The two countries are also planning a deal on joint application of nuclear science in areas of medicine.
Businesses erring in ignoring quantum technology: PwC
Last year, Google unveiled the world's largest quantum computer processor of 72 qubits realised on a superconducting system. For businesses to drag their feet on quantum technology right now is an error as its disruptive impact is getting closer.
Govt, RBI will have to bring new rules on NPA after SC order: Amitabh Kant
Amidst a rash of announcements over income support schemes, the bureaucrat also stressed on the need to ensuring higher growth to fund such dole-outs.
Look at past long term performance of company instead of forecasts when investing: View
Instead of investing based on forecasts, look at long-term track records of businesses. Their past can guide you about their future performance.
Forty years and counting for this scientist's 'eureka' moment; One who shoots photons everyday
A Benguluru-based scientist has been doing a single type of subatomic experiment repeatedly for 40 years. What is he hoping to find out?
Reliance Industries may sell Jio infra assets to reduce debt
Jio plans to take certain infrastructure assets out of the balance sheet as part of the de-leveraging exercise.
Proposal to encourage taxmen to file GST profiteering complaints on anvil
The GST has replaced a tangle of local taxes and entry levies. Since its roll out on July 1, 2017, GST Council has reduced tax rates on a host of items.
Investment via P-notes rises to Rs 79,513 crore till Dec
Prior to that, fund inflow through P-notes had hit a nine-and-a-half year low of Rs 66,587 crore.
How India is contributing in development of new-age computers
Whoever develops the new-age computer, which has the ability to do an extraordinary amount of calculations simultaneously, will have the edge to dominate our information age. We have been laggards for decades but with increased funding, India is fast playing catch-up.
Investment through P-notes rises to Rs 79,247 crore in November
In September, the value of P-note investments was Rs 79,548 crore.
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