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Feb 19, 2017
Berlin International Film Festival 2017: Theatre of protest takes centrestageThe 67th Berlin International Film Festival kicked off eight days ago. It was attended by more than 20,000 professional visitors from 122 countries which included more than 3,800 journalists.
Mar 05, 2016
The curious tale of Ishaq Newton, a brilliant student who picked up a gun instead of a stethoscopeIshaq Newton, 19, as he was known in Laribal, was famous for his sheer academic brilliance and for being an ‘exceptionally intelligent boy’ in school
Jun 25, 2015
UK teens’ unique invention: Condoms that change colour to detect STIsA revolutionary new condom that changes colour when it comes into contact with sexually transmitted infections such as chlamydia and syphilis has been invented by a group of school children in the UK.
Apr 08, 2015
RSS strikes again: 'Foreigners' Isaac Newton, Akbar the great to be chucked out of Rajasthan text booksThe RSS campaign to purge the Indian education system of all 'foreign' influences is due to get a huge boost in Rajasthan, where moves are underway to effectively rewrite 6.5 crore textbooks in the state.
Feb 24, 2015
Aryabhatta discovered gravity before Newton, says former ISRO chief G Madhavan NairFormer ISRO chairman G Madhavan Nair today propounded the theory that Aryabhatta knew about gravitational force much before Issac Newton.
Feb 13, 2015
Science meet in Goa: Before Newton, Kerala's Madhava gave key mathematical conceptsAfter suggesting that the Pythagorean theorem had its roots in India, scientists at a national science conference now appear to have stolen Isaac Newton's thunder too.
Nov 21, 2014
Zambia: Unconstitutional conduct gets interim President Guy Scott suspended from partyZambia's governing Patriotic Front party on Friday suspended Guy Scott from the party, weeks after he took over as interim president of the country following the death of Michael Sata last month.
Sep 22, 2014
Newton didn't give second law of motion, says new paper by Indian officialIn Isaac Newton's time, the terms "acceleration" and "second derivative" did not exist, so he could not have the second law of motion, says a research paper by an Indian author.
Jul 16, 2014
Mahindra Rise Prize: A million dollars in return for truly innovative ideasArray
Dec 11, 2013
Mars Orbiter's first mid-course correction successfulThe first Trajectory Correction Manoeuvre of India's maiden mission to Mars was on Wednesday carried out successfully by ISRO scientists on the spacecraft, which is presently travelling some 2.9 million kms away from Earth.