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Babies learn words differently as they <strong>age</strong>: Study

Babies learn words differently as they age: Study

20 Sep 2014

Washington: Toddlers learn words differently as they age, and a limit exists as to how many words they can learn each day, according to a new study.

Babies,   Toddlers,   words,   children's vocabularies,   speech-language,   learning language,   ,  
Smart <strong>space</strong> suits to help astronauts run on the moon

Smart space suits to help astronauts run on the moon

18 Sep 2014

Washington: Were you intrigued by Neil Armstrong's unusual walking style on the moon as he took a 'giant leap' for mankind? Well, that was not because of low gravity but space suits that restricted movement.

Space,   suits,   astronauts,   moon,   Neil Armstrong,  
Delhi government starts e-auction of VIP numbers for private vehicles

Delhi government starts e-auction of VIP numbers for private vehicles

19 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Delhi Government launched its ambitious project of online auctioning VIP and fancy registration numbers for private vehicles.

VIP numbers,   Fancy numbers,   Registration numbers,   VIP car numbers,   VIP number auction,   E auction,   0001 car number,   0007 registration number,  
I'm at peace with my <strong>age</strong>, says Shabana Azmi on her 64th birthday

I'm at peace with my age, says Shabana Azmi on her 64th birthday

18 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Actress and social activist Shabana Azmi, who turns 64 Thursday, would co-incidentally spend the day rehearsing for her play "Happy Birthday Sunita". She adds that age is no bar for her as she has embraced life at all stages and advises everyone to do the same.

Shabana Azmi,   birthday,   age,   Happy Birthday Sunita,   Javed Akhtar,  
First water-based nuclear battery developed to generate electrical energy

First water-based nuclear battery developed to generate electrical energy

18 Sep 2014

Washington: In a first, scientists have developed a long-lasting and more efficient water-based nuclear battery that can be used as a reliable energy source in automobiles and even in complicated applications such as space flight.

Scientists,   Nuclear battery,   Energy source,   Automobiles,   Applications,   Space flight,  
Apple iPhones, iPads need 4.6 GB of free <strong>space</strong> for iOS 8 update

Apple iPhones, iPads need 4.6 GB of free space for iOS 8 update

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The new-generation Apple software for powering its coveted mobile devices was released on Wednesday but according to reports, the iPhones and iPads require about 4.6 GB of free space before the users can download and install iOS 8.

Apple software,   iPhones,   iPads,   iOS 8 download,   iOS 8 install,   iOS 8 update,  
Now, senior citizens will walk the ramp

Now, senior citizens will walk the ramp

18 Sep 2014

Noida: When we mention senior citizens, the picture that flashes in our mind is of old people sipping tea, reading newspaper or strolling leisurely in a park. But here is a twist in their story - they will walk the ramp at an upcoming event.

Senior citizen,   Ramp walking,   Jashan,   Ashiana Housing Ltd,   Old age citizen,  
India’s Mars mission enters last lap; crucial test on 24th September

India’s Mars mission enters last lap; crucial test on 24th September

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: India's first mission to Mars will attempt to put a spacecraft in orbit around the red planet next week, in a crucial test of a low-cost project carrying the country's hopes to join the leaders of a global space race.

India mars mission,   India spacecraft,   Orbit,   Red planet,   ISRO,   DRDO,   India space research,  
Boeing may get NASA contract for <strong>space</strong> taxis: Report

Boeing may get NASA contract for space taxis: Report

16 Sep 2014

Washington: US multinational Boeing Co is poised to beat two other rivals in the race to get a multi-billion dollar NASA contract to carry astronauts in space taxis, as per the reports.

US multinational Boeing,   NASA contract,   SpaceX,   Sierra Nevada Corp,   Russian Space Shuttle,   NextGen spacecraft,   ,  
In digital <strong>age</strong>, youngsters still avid book readers

In digital age, youngsters still avid book readers

15 Sep 2014

Washington: Despite digital technology invading youngsters' life, US millennials are reading more books than the older generation, said a latest survey by Washington-based think tank Pew Research Centre. The finding suggested that large percentage of youngsters read books.

Technology,   Youngsters,   Tech savy generation,   Digital technology,   Book readers,  

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