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The economics of the Ebola epidemic
August 11, 2014
Pharma majors have little incentive to put money into R&D for a disease that pops up once in a while in Africa.
India eyeing global satellite market with successful GSLV-D5 launch
January 2, 2014
Together with the Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle, the Geostationary Satellite Launch Vehicle can bolster India’s launch ...
Mars Orbiter Mission is an incredibly low-budget mission
November 5, 2013
The Mars Orbiter Mission’s success will give an enormous boost to Isro’s standing in the global launch business.
The sky’s the limit for India’s Mars probe
October 9, 2013
The Mars Orbiter Mission will help scientists understand the red planet’s geological and meteorological features better, ...
One giant leap for machinekind
September 16, 2013
Space scientists are excitedly poring over electromagnetic postcards received from interstellar space. The exit from our ...
They were prepared for the worst
July 19, 2012
The crew of Apollo 11 made history 43 years ago. But Nasa was secretly worried about the hidden risks in the mission.
A quantum leap
July 4, 2012
The god particle will answer some of the most difficult questions before science.
We can stop punching below our weight
April 19, 2012
The successful launch of Agni 5 has strengthened India's doctrine of minimum but credible nuclear deterrence. Pr ...
A capsule packed with hope
January 11, 2007
It is crucial for the country?s moon mission ?
yaan? ? that is on course for a 2008 launch date, reports Prakas ...
Small bang, big gifts
December 27, 2008
The world’s costliest experiment — the Large Hadron Collider — is supposed to provide answers to our existence. But apar ...
Nobel laureates’ meet is soul-searching time for India
December 18, 2008
12 Nobel laureates from across the world, along with a galaxy of other renowned scientists, gathered at the Indian IIIT ...
One, two, tree
November 17, 2008
Dr Nadkarni is attached to Washington’s Evergreen State College, and has helped found the Global Canopy Programme, an al ...
A Nano for the final frontier
October 26, 2008
‘Cheaper access to orbit’ is the name of the game and the ISRO has taken it to a whole new level with its maiden moonsho ...
Why go to the Moon?
October 23, 2008
Because it is still the best way for our country to become a serious player among countries engaged in space explo ...
India to launch French satellites
October 5, 2008
Now, ISRO will launch satellites for CNES, which will be at a cost advantage. The Indian agency's launch costs are up to ...
Psy's 'Gangnam style' kick starts Asian Games in Incheon
Narendra Modi’s defence of Muslims is expediently wise
Condoms 'too small' for Uganda men, fight against AIDS has a new hurdle
Movie review: Daawat-e-Ishq is a delicious invite you shouldn't say no to
Movie review: Fawad Khan, Kirron Kher try but fail to save Khoobsurat
Pak politicians ejected out of plane for delay
So what about Bollywood itself, Deepika?
Assembly bypolls: BJP jolted in all, except Bengal
Better Together with UK: Scotland votes against independence
$100bn to $20bn: What missing billions say about Sino-India ties
Modi says Indian Muslims will live and die for India, won't dance to the tune of al Qaeda
35 Chinese PLA soldiers return to Chumar, sit on a hillock
Alliance on the brink, BJP to send new seat-sharing formula to Sena
Scottish nationalist leader Salmond quits after losing independence vote
UP prepares plans to tackle 'love jihad'
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