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  • Nov 30, 2005 13:14 IST

    Con in cloning of Dolly the sheep

    Indian molecular biologist Prim Singh has accused Ian Wilmut, the scientist who became famous for cloning Dolly, the sheep, of hijacking ideas of his colleagues.

  • Nov 29, 2005 11:57 IST

    Ring in your favourite videotones

    The days of listening to ringtones could well be numbered. In its latest avatar, one can not only set one?s favourite songs as ringtones, but can also see the videos!

  • Nov 26, 2005 16:36 IST

    Super Book | An ode to publishing world

    There is nothing more enlightening than what is found in the ?reserved? section of a library. As a matter of tradition brought forth by necessity, reference books are always out of bounds for borrowers. They are the Uberbooks, rich in gloss and leather bound, or in the least, expensive and therefore well cared for. And it is in these that the wealth of knowledge lies encapsulated.

  • Nov 26, 2005 16:36 IST

    BookShelf | A Million Little Pieces

    All of us know that we are responsible for our lives and the decisions we make. But most of the time, we hunt for excueses to justify our failure and look for people to blame.

  • Nov 15, 2005 10:51 IST

    Aussies to tap hot rocks

    Spurred by high commodity prices and a drive to reduce, several companies in Australia are looking to harness hot rock to unleash green energy.

  • Nov 14, 2005 13:39 ISTScholars are working on a project to make the epic Mahabharata available to a global audience.

    Encyclopaedia Mahabharata

    Scholars are working on a project to make the epic Mahabharata available to a global audience.

  • Nov 14, 2005 13:39 IST

    Smarter children may enjoy longer lives

    The study, shows elderly adults deemed gifted by childhood IQ tests, found that the higher their early IQs were, the longer they lived.

  • Nov 12, 2005 11:58 IST

    Psychologically distressed kids good at bullying

    Elementary school children who are psychologically distressed they feel sad most days and feel as if they do not belong at school are more likely to be involved in some form of bullying.

  • Nov 12, 2005 11:40 IST

    Lead pencil proves the theory of relativity

    The days of expensive stellar experiments to test out Albert Einstein's landmark 'theory of relativity, summed up by the famous formula, E=mc2 may be over, with a team of British, Russian and Dutch scientists at The University of Manchester, proving it in the lab with just the help of the humble lead of a pencil.

  • May 08, 2006 12:14 IST

    Neverland contest winners

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  • Jun 11, 2005 15:56 IST

    Ask the Expert: 'I'm in love with my teacher'

    "I thought it was infatuation, but it is not like that. Please help."Submit your query

  • Mar 06, 2006 12:26 ISTNCW has sought reports from all universities on whether they have set up committees to deal with complaints of sexual harassment.

    NCW pulls up universities

    NCW has sought reports from all universities on whether they have set up committees to deal with complaints of sexual harassment.

  • Mar 06, 2006 12:26 ISTNCW has sought reports from all universities on whether they have set up committees to deal with complaints of sexual harassment.

    NCW pulls up universities

    NCW has sought reports from all universities on whether they have set up committees to deal with complaints of sexual harassment.

  • Mar 06, 2006 12:26 ISTNCW has sought reports from all universities on whether they have set up committees to deal with complaints of sexual harassment.

    NCW pulls up universities

    NCW has sought reports from all universities on whether they have set up committees to deal with complaints of sexual harassment.

  • Mar 05, 2005 20:14 IST

    Moving the world with music

    Backstreet Boys, Black Eyed Peas and other international acts are hoping their music can help soothe the trauma of last year?s tsunami when they gather for a ?Force of Nature? charity concert in Malaysia this month.