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Dec 12, 2017
Father of Indian DNA fingerprinting, Dr. Lalji Singh, passes away at 70Dr. Lalji Singh came up with a hypothesis that the W sex chromosome of female snakes have specific satellite DNA, which is not present in the male.
Dec 11, 2017
Only 20% students from B-schools land job offers, says AssochamMore than 400 B-schools have become defunct as they are not getting enough students to be viable, Assocham said
Dec 08, 2017
Top 100 companies create wealth worth Rs 38.9 lakh cr in last 5 years: Motilal Oswal studyAccording to the leading brokerage firm Motilal Oswal's 22nd Annual Wealth Creation Study, TCS retained its first rank for creating investor wealth worth nearly Rs 2.50 lakh crore from 2012 to 2017.
Dec 08, 2017
Ram Nath Kovind worried about gender imbalance in educational institutes, calls it a 'matter of concern'President Ram Nath Kovind said the overall gender imbalance in scientific and technological institutions is a matter of concern
Dec 01, 2017
Apple launches Heart Study app to detect and notify irregular heart rhythmsThe Apple Heart Study app is available in the US App Store to customers who are 22 years or older and have an Apple Watch Series 1 or later.
Nov 29, 2017
Monthly data consumption on every mobile phone in India to grow by 5x from 3.9 GB now to 18 GB in 2023: Ericsson studyGlobally, the mobile data growth witnessed highest year- on-year growth due to surge in data consumption in India.
Nov 23, 2017
Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore can save $7.2 bn annually by going digital, says TR Ramachandran of VisaCities can undertake targeted financial literacy programs to help bring the unbanked into the banking system
Nov 21, 2017
Increased use of smartphones, falling data prices to spur India's digital ad spending to Rs 13,000 cr by 2018: SurveyDigital ad spending expected to witness an exponential increase from current level of Rs 9,800 crore due to widespread availability of 3G/4G services
Nov 01, 2017
Rohingya crisis: Bangladesh's initiative is commendable, but refugees need to be repatriated soon, says expertWith nearly seven hundred thousand Rohingya Muslims living in refugee camps across Bangladesh, the country has been at the centre of world’s attention for quite a while now.
Oct 31, 2017
A new trend of anonymously posting mean things about themselves online is on the rise among teens: StudyThe findings show that nearly six percent of the teens reported that they had anonymously posted something mean about themselves online.