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Railways to provide coaches with 800 beds in Delhi's Shakur Basti station for COVID-19 treatment
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Railways to provide coaches with 800 beds in Delhi's Shakur Basti station for COVID-19 treatment

As many as 45 doctors and 160 paramedics from the paramilitary forces are in Delhi for deployment at the DRDO hospital and at a COVID care centre in Chhatarpur, the MHA said

India successfully test-fires Quick Reaction Surface-to-Air Missile system in Odisha's Chandipur
India

India successfully test-fires Quick Reaction Surface-to-Air Missile system in Odisha's Chandipur

According to the defence ministry, the QRSAM system is capable of detecting and tracking targets on the move and engaging targets with short halts

DRDO CEPTAM Tier 2 admit card released at drdo.gov.in; here's how to download
India

DRDO CEPTAM Tier 2 admit card released at drdo.gov.in; here's how to download

The Tier-II examination would be conducted in October or November 2020, DRDO is yet to release a final schedule for the recruitment test

Eyes in the sky: DRDO's Bharat drones to boost army's surveillance missions over Chinese activities along LAC
India

Eyes in the sky: DRDO's Bharat drones to boost army's surveillance missions over Chinese activities along LAC

The drone 'Bharat' also provides real-time video transmission during the mission and can detect humans hidden under deep forest covers.

ICMR will set up two rapid testing labs, 49 additional testing centers for coronavirus diagnosis
India

ICMR will set up two rapid testing labs, 49 additional testing centers for coronavirus diagnosis

The rapid testing labs, able to test around 1,400 samples per day, will be set up Delhi-NCR and Bhubaneswar.

DRDO Decay Part 2: Rechristened with fancy names, drone projects drain exchequer; paltry inventory hardly enthuses forces
India

DRDO Decay Part 2: Rechristened with fancy names, drone projects drain exchequer; paltry inventory hardly enthuses forces

There are many other examples which the audit believes has been no less than huge disappointment for the user agencies as well as research and development scenarios in the country.

Meet NITI Aayog member VK Saraswat, the Padma Shri awardee who claimed J&K only uses internet to watch 'dirty films'
India

Meet NITI Aayog member VK Saraswat, the Padma Shri awardee who claimed J&K only uses internet to watch 'dirty films'

VK Saraswat had created a controversy on Saturday by claiming that internet in Kashmir is only used to watch 'dirty films.'

Science does not get the importance even in the government: Bharat Ratna awardee C N R Rao
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Science does not get the importance even in the government: Bharat Ratna awardee C N R Rao

He hailed China for doing research in the field of science, publishing as many papers as the United States.

German scientist Stefan Hell's 'crazy idea' got him 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
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German scientist Stefan Hell's 'crazy idea' got him 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Hell's key to success is: "Aim high, stay grounded. And if you are lucky and have a good idea, you might even hit the bullseye."

Nobel laureate Dr Ada Yonath has 'Blue Dream' of increased life expectancy for Indians
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Nobel laureate Dr Ada Yonath has 'Blue Dream' of increased life expectancy for Indians

The 80-year-old scientist told the audience that she was aiming at developing eco-friendly antibiotics with less resistance.

PM calls for revolutionising Indian science, technology and innovation at India Science Congress
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PM calls for revolutionising Indian science, technology and innovation at India Science Congress

The PM inaugurated the 107th session of the Indian Science Congress, which began at Bengaluru today.

107th Indian Science Congress in Bangalore: Indian-American cardiologist to present new way to test effectiveness of yoga
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107th Indian Science Congress in Bangalore: Indian-American cardiologist to present new way to test effectiveness of yoga

He will introduce the "new protocol" at the 107th India Science Congress that is taking place in Bangalore.

Indian Science Congress 2020: PM launches I-STEM website, allows researchers access to equipment in all educational institutions
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Indian Science Congress 2020: PM launches I-STEM website, allows researchers access to equipment in all educational institutions

Scientists can find the equipment, check its availability, book their reservation and pay for it all in one go.

107th Indian Science Congress in Bangalore: PM tells youngsters to 'innovate, patent, produce and prosper'
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107th Indian Science Congress in Bangalore: PM tells youngsters to 'innovate, patent, produce and prosper'

The PM said that India's ranking has improved in the Global Innovation Index to 52.

107th India Science Congress in Bengalore: Two Nobel laureates join on day one of the event
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107th India Science Congress in Bengalore: Two Nobel laureates join on day one of the event

Nobel laureates Stefan Hell and Ada E Yonath have joined the science congress today.

107th Indian Science Congress in Bangalore to kick off today: What and who to expect
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107th Indian Science Congress in Bangalore to kick off today: What and who to expect

The theme of the event is "Science and Technology for Rural Development" and PM Modi will inaugurate it.

Army chief Bipin Rawat claims next war will be fought with 'indigenised weapons', lauds DRDO for defence services
India

Army chief Bipin Rawat claims next war will be fought with 'indigenised weapons', lauds DRDO for defence services

Bipin Rawat on Tuesday said the DRDO has made strides in ensuring that requirement of the country's defence services are met through home-grown solutions.

Rajnath Singh says defence sector to contribute towards India becoming a $10 trillion economy by 2030
India

Rajnath Singh says defence sector to contribute towards India becoming a $10 trillion economy by 2030

The government's aim is to take the Indian economy to $10 trillion by 2030, said Defence Minister Rajnath Singh at the Society of Indian Defence Manufacturers Annual General Meeting.

DRDO unmanned aerial vehicle ‘Rustom-2’ crashes in Karnataka’s Chitradurga during trial run, no injuries reported
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DRDO unmanned aerial vehicle ‘Rustom-2’ crashes in Karnataka’s Chitradurga during trial run, no injuries reported

An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) belonging to the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) crashed during a trial in an agriculture field in Chitradurga district on Tuesday, police said