OPPO signs pact with IIT Hyderabad for research in 5G, AI, others
Chinese smartphone maker OPPO has signed to collaborate with IIT Hyderabad for research purpose in science and emerging technology including artificial intelligence. The MoU envisages joint research and development for multiple projects over a period of two years.
China now world's second biggest weapons producer: researchers
A report by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) has h...
CPWD sets up research & development cell at IIT-Gandhinagar Research Park
The CPWD R&D Cell is established as a part of a MoU between the two...
Midcaps incrementally coming back in vogue: Gautam Duggad, MOSL
If there is an income tax cut, the discretionary pack will have a far greater chance of outperformance compared to the staples, says Gautam ...
R-Day celebrations: DRDO displays A-SAT weapon system
With space becoming a vital dimension of any country's economic and military superiority, A-SAT (Anti-Satellite) weapons play a critical role in providing the necessary strategic deterrence. In March last year, the DRDO launched 'Mission Shakti', India's first A-SAT mission and demonstrated its anti-satellite technology.
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
Turnaround year for Apple: Analysts
Counterpoint Research estimates iPhone shipments to have grown 6% in 2019, though on a smaller base after a 43% decline the year before. For the October-December quarter, it is estimating the growth to be 41%, more than double the pace of the premium smartphone market where it said the expansion was slower than the full year average of 20%.
India successfully test-fires K-4 submarine-launched nuclear capable missile
The missile, developed by the DRDO, has a range of 3,500 km and it will be able to bring almost all parts of Pakistan and several areas of China within its reach, officials said. The missile was test-fired successfully for the second consecutive time in the last five days off the coast of Visakhapatnam, the officials said.
Smartphone growth slows to 7% in 2019: Counterpoint
“Due to availability of better performance devices, the smartphone market in India has matured, with people holding on to their devices for longer periods. This is the primary reason for slow growth,” said Karan Chauhan, analyst at Counterpoint Market Research.
Trade halt between India and Pakistan worries traders in Punjab and Jammu and Kashmir
A recently published book assessing the impact of ongoing India-Pakistan faceoff on border economies—Unilateral Decisions Bilateral Losses-- claims that around 9000 families in Punjab, 600 traders and 300 laborers in J&K suffered heavily due to political strains between the two nuclear countries.
Cotton prices to remain weak due to poor demand from China
This year the government expects cotton production to be 32.26 million bales.
As part of Gaganyaan, first unmanned mission this December: ISRO
Addressing the inaugural session of a symposium on "Human Spaceflight and Exploration - Present Challenges and Future Trends," Sivan said the Gaganyaan mission not only aims at India's maiden human flight to the space but also setting up a new space station for 'continuous space human presence'.
Induslnd Bank launches wealth management platform
Tts wealth management platform Pioneer Banking, which caters to high net-worth customers.
Mining ban: Household incomes fall by half in 5 states, says report
According to the report titled ‘Mining, A Prudent Perspective’, conducted by the Forum for Integrated Development and Research (FIDR), the ban on mining has not only affected the families dependent on mining but also the families whose livelihoods are dependent on the ancillaries of the mining industry.
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