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May 23, 2018
Women in Science: Farah Ishtiaq on studying avian diseases, and academia's ageism problemFarah Ishtiaq talks about working with Pamela Rasmussen to find a rare bird, and the ageist-sexist policies in academia that thwart women's progress
May 22, 2018
Asian Games 2018: IOA reject smiling photographs of Indian track and field athletes required to process accreditationsUnusual as it may sound, but flashing a wide smile while getting clicked proved costly for several Indian track and field athletes, as their accreditations for the upcoming Asian Games were rejected by the organisers.
May 16, 2018
Women in Science: How can drugs be more efficacious? Poonkuzhali Balasubramanian has answersPoonkuzhali Balasubramanian is a clinical pharmacologist who studies why people react differently to the same drug
May 15, 2018
Elon Musk says Tesla is undergoing 'thorough reorganisation' as it deals with a problems including crashes involving its electric carsTesla is developing multiple new vehicles, including a semi-truck and has registered a new car firm in Shanghai in a likely step toward production in China.
May 12, 2018
Tesla engineering head, Doug Field is taking a break from work but isn't leaving the companyIn April, Tesla chief Elon Musk said in a tweet that he had asked Field to manage the company’s engineering and production as he focussed on the Model 3.
May 11, 2018
What the 2018 Karnataka polls have to do with Kolar Gold Fields, a mining town that time forgotThe voters in Kolar Gold Fields (KGF), the once famous gold mining town, are a disillusioned lot. They have now come to terms with a bitter truth: No political leader has revived the defunct gold mines
May 09, 2018
Women in Science: Madhumitha Balaji studies suicide and its prevention as a public health issueThrough her research, Madhumitha Balaji has found that rates of suicide among Indian men and women is much higher than in high-income countries
May 05, 2018
Karnataka polls: Narendra Modi took unwarranted liberty by using army to score points against CongressIt was fine for Narendra Modi to get into a slanging match with Rahul Gandhi in Karnataka, but he should have left the armed forces out of it.
May 02, 2018
Women in Science: Madhu Khatri seeks to understand the hazards of being exposed to nanoparticlesAs thousands upon thousands of new nanomaterials enter the market, we remain relatively ignorant about their effects on humans and ecological systems. This is where Madhu Khatri’s research comes in.
Apr 30, 2018
Karnataka polls: Sangh Parivar workers feel BJP denied their growth, say party giving tickets to 'tainted' MLAsPolitical analysts have already declared that it will be a hung assembly in Karnataka, but BJP does not think that will be the case. National spokesperson Sambit Patra declined to quote an estimate of the seats the party sees itself winning.