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Soon cell phone with triple battery <strong>life</strong>

Soon cell phone with triple battery life

28 Jul 2014

New York: You may soon be able to have a cell phone with double or triple the battery life as researchers have taken a big step towards accomplishing what battery designers have been trying to do for decades design a pure lithium anode.

cell phone,   triple battery life,   lithium anode,   electrons,   cathode ,  
Sushma Swaraj trip sets tone for Narendra Modi visit: Nepal <strong>daily</strong>

Sushma Swaraj trip sets tone for Narendra Modi visit: Nepal daily

28 Jul 2014

Kathmandu: Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's three-day trip to Nepal set the ‘political tone’ for Prime Minister Narendra Modi's much-anticipated official visit here, stated a report of Nepal daily on Monday.

Sushma Swaraj,   Indian External Affairs Minister,   three-day trip to Nepal,   Nepal,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi ,  
Bacteria can help find alien <strong>life</strong>

Bacteria can help find alien life

28 Jul 2014

London: A discovery on how bacteria interact with salt to build complex three-dimensional shelters to hibernate has led scientists to believe that the micro-organisms can help find signs of life on other planets.

Bacteria,   alien life,   LBMARS,   Valladolid-CSIC,   escherichia coli cells,   European Space Agency,   ESA ,  
Mobile apps make start of campus <strong>life</strong> for DU students easier

Mobile apps make start of campus life for DU students easier

27 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Gone are the days when freshers were clueless about their way around Delhi University campus as a number of mobile apps are now providing all kind of information including about courses, PG accommodation and hangout places.

Mobile apps,   DU,   Delhi University,   freshers,   under-graduate programme,   Just DU Things,   DU deals,   Zomato,   Zocalo,  
Only 8.2 percent of <strong>our</strong> DNA functional: Study

Only 8.2 percent of our DNA functional: Study

25 Jul 2014

London: Debunking earlier figures stating that 80 percent of our genome has some biochemical function, Oxford researchers now report that only 8.2 percent of our DNA is functional.

DNA,   Chris Pointing,   biochemical function,   Oxford University,   Oxford researchers,   study,  
Is Bipasha Basu acting pricey?

Is Bipasha Basu acting pricey?

25 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Bipasha Basu is all set to promote Vikram Bhatt’s film Creature 3D, but the actress apparently wants the film’s makers to take care of costs incurred for her styling, hair and makeup. What’s more, this cost is amounting to a whopping Rs 1 lakh per promotional appearance.

Bipasha Basu,   Vikram Bhatt,   Creature 3D,   VFX effects,   Bhushan Kumar,  
Top ten things that we forget <strong>daily</strong>

Top ten things that we forget daily

12 Jan 2012

Busy lifestyles and hectic schedules are taking such a toll on the mental health of people that they forget five important tasks or facts during the course of a typical day, a new study has said.

Things we forget daily,   Effects of busy schedule on our daily life,   How to boost our memory,   Why we forget things ,  
Top ten things that we forget <strong>daily</strong>

Top ten things that we forget daily

11 Jan 2012

Busy lifestyles and hectic schedules are taking such a toll on the mental health of people that they forget five important tasks or facts during the course of a typical day, a new study has said.

Things we forget daily,   Effects of busy schedule on our daily life,   How to boost our memory,   Why we forget things ,  
Indians spend over 3 hours <strong>daily</strong> on smartphones: Ericsson study

Indians spend over 3 hours daily on smartphones: Ericsson study

23 Jul 2014

New Delhi:  Smartphone users in the country are among the biggest consumers of data globally, spending over three hours on an average on their devices, a study by telecom equipment maker Ericsson said.

Indian phone usage,   Indians smartphone usage,   Sony Ericsson,   India’s smartphone market,   Indian smartphone consumers ,  
More school children dying in road accidents in India

More school children dying in road accidents in India

25 Jul 2014

New Delhi: India not only has the dubious distinction of having one of the worst road accident records in the world, but that these are taking more and more young lives, particularly of school children.

school children dying in road accidents,   Save Life Foundation,   NGO,   Road accidents in India,   Safety of school children ,  

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