11 Feb 2016
Kolkata: India's maiden integrated and dedicated climate cell in a civic body is proposed to be set up at the Kolkata Municipal Corporation with a dedicated web portal and mobile app intended to give out information to citizens on eco-friendly measures and disaster alerts, it was announced yesterday.
09 Feb 2016
Washington: President Barack Obama says he would like to upgrade the White House's WiFi system for his successor, calling quality Internet connectivity is a serious issue.
10 Feb 2016
New Delhi: With the introduction of the multi-account support inside the app by Instagram, now the users can maintain more than one account on the same device.
04 Feb 2016
New Delhi: Focussing on information technology, railways is developing modules to monitor rail temperature and bridge water level online as part of the Track Management System (TMS) across the country.
29 Jan 2016
Agartala: Bangladesh is in favour of setting up of a joint basin management system for common rivers, a top diplomat said today, claiming water-sharing remains a 'sensitive' issue between the two countries despite their relations reaching a new height.
30 Jan 2016
Mumbai: A staunch and consistent opponent of the controversial Decision Review System, the BCCI for the first time ever could use the technology with some changes in this year's Indian Premier League.
23 Jan 2016
New York: There are 60 genetic disorders that affect skin and nervous system in humans, researchers report.
21 Jan 2016
Los Angeles: Our solar system may host a ninth planet that is 10 times the mass of the Earth and takes up to 20,000 years to orbit the Sun in a bizarre, highly elongated path, scientists say. The object, nicknamed Planet Nine, orbits about 20 times farther from the Sun on average than Neptune.
16 Jan 2016
New Delhi: Centre has prodded the state governments to rush their views on ways to improve the collegium system of appointment of judges to the higher judiciary as the deadline for the same ended. No state has so far responded to the Law Ministry.
02 Feb 2016
Washington: Scientists have developed a computer software that can help detect illicit nuclear weapon tests undertaken by terrorist organisations or other non-state actors across the globe.