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Purushottam Chakraborty adjudged India's best spectrometrist
February 11, 2003
He is involved in
of the surfaces and interfaces of condensed matter systems at the Saha Institute of Nuclear P ...
US jet shot, pilots captured: Iraq
March 23, 2003
The aircraft's woman pilot and the co-pilot parachuted safely but were captured by Iraqi forces, the official Iranian ne ...
Captors last-minute demand mars talks
August 8, 2004
With abductors putting a fresh demand in the last minute, efforts to secure the release of 3 Indians have suffered a set ...
One more arrested in phone tapping case
January 3, 2006
This follows Bhupendra's arrest, the owner of a detective
, who was allegedly tapping Amar Singh's phones.
January 29, 2004
Man's desire to 'colonise'
got a boost with the rover named Opportunity sending images of rock formations which awe ...
India rejects US report projecting 25 million AIDS cases
November 11, 2002
India rejected a US intelligence
report which projects that the country will have over 25 mn people living with A ...
Broadband is about price not speed
February 17, 2003
claims that broadband take-up will increase significantly in Western Europe once cheap entry-l ...
April 7, 2004
Drinking water problem, relief for farmers from crop loans, more
facilities for rubber and vanilla are some of ...
US docs okay cloning for research
July 1, 2003
The US Medical Association has endorsed cloning for
, saying it is medically ethical but allowing doctors who op ...
Scepticism of broadband remains high in Europe
February 17, 2003
The latest finding from Jupiter
shows that the Europeans are still sceptical about broadband and a "broadband r ...
'Rampant racism mars education system'
October 17, 2003
Two new studies have found that Britain's education system remains "institutionally racist" with students and teachers f ...
UNESCO to study ground water conditions around Borobodur
July 10, 2003
People living near the ancient Borobudur Temple in Magelang district, Central Java, have requested the UNESCO to conduct ...
Nano holds key to lifespan
November 25, 2004
American scientists seem to have found the secret to extending the lifespan of brain cells, thus spawning hope for a lon ...
French researchers clone rats for first time
December 23, 2003
French scientists have cloned rats, a first for the species which is crucial in
on human diseases including dia ...
Stray violence mars polling
December 1, 2003
Chief Minister Digvijay Singh was among the early voters in his Raghogarh constituency while BJP's chief ministerial can ...
Ugly review: Anurag Kashyap's best movie shows mirror to human follies
Travellers' paradise: Top 20 destinations Indians loved in 2014
Egypt bans Christian Bale-starrer Exodus, calls it historically inaccurate
Viral video: Gujarat cop in uniform dances with bar girl, gets suspended
Salman Khan: The Bollywood brat who finally re-branded himself
Bigg Boss 8: Now Karishma Tanna trains her guns on Gautam Gulati
J-K, Jharkhand poll results: BJP wins one, and a half
Results in, guessing game begins in J-K
In pics: Massive 27-car pile-up on Yamuna Expressway, 2 killed
Assam killings take on ethnic hue: Over 70 killed in Bodo attacks, 250 missing
J-K govt formation: PDP says 'options open', Article 370 and AFSPA issues non-negotiable
Assam violence: Army chief visits state, border security stepped up
Sony hacking row: Now, North Korea compares Obama to monkey
Pakistan army kills 55 militants near Afghan border in fresh assault
Sun TV network’s top official held for ‘harassment’
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