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Nov 24, 2017
Yashwant Sinha attacks GST again, says it is a textbook case of how it should not be rolled out anywhereYashwant Sinha said the government is bringing some changes in the GST slabs, but these are "ad-hoc" measures.
Nov 23, 2017
Scientists design soft robotic actuators to assist cardiac functions for children suffering from one-sided heart conditionsIn animal studies, the soft robotic system contributed significantly to the diseased ventricles ability to eject blood.
Nov 22, 2017
Weight gain during pregnancy may help shorter women have healthy babiesThe data was analyzed and it was found that improving weight during pregnancy in short women may be beneficial for the birth weight of the offspring
Nov 07, 2017
Elton John honoured with Humanitarian of the Year award by Harvard UniversityElton John was honoured for his philanthropic efforts to fight HIV and AIDS.
Oct 27, 2017
Harvard researchers create RoboBee, a bee-inspired robot that can fly through the air and swim through waterThe microbot is so small that the surface of the water might as well be a brick wall. The RoboBee can dive into the water using its sharp wings
Oct 17, 2017
Machine learning tool can help identify high-risk breast lesions with 97 percent accuracyUsing the machine learning tool could help improve detection as well as prevent over treatment, said researchers from Harvard University.
Oct 13, 2017
Real estate to come under GST? Arun Jaitley sees strong case for it, Council to take up issue next monthBringing real estate under the ambit of GST would result in consumers paying one "final tax" on the whole product, which would be help them by making the taxes almost negligible,
Oct 12, 2017
Arun Jaitley at Harvard University drums up upside of GST, heads to IMF meetingsFinance Minister Arun Jaitley wound up his Ivy League speech circuit drumming up yet again the merits of the Goods and Services tax and the tax net that has “widened” after demonetisation.
Oct 11, 2017
Jaitley stoutly defends demonetisation, GST at Columbia University; next stop HarvardIndia’s finance minister is playing up the country’s latest political hot potato - a (slowing) economy as a big win for speedy reforms, a cleaner political funding system and pushed back against those in "civic society who have only problems for every solution.”
Oct 07, 2017
Tarun Khanna, Harvard SAI boss, expects Arun Jaitley to make GST case at Mahindra lectureFinance Minister Arun Jaitley will speak on India’s tax reform, the country’s political hot potato, at Harvard’s South Asia Institute (SAI) on the evening of October 11 at Loeb House which is one of University's most stately speaking venues. Jaitley will then head to Washington DC for the annual IMF and World Bank Fall meetings.