Author Archives: Narsing Rao Sridhar

TATA Projects to Execute the Rejuvenation of Dravyawati River

A Consortium of TATA Projects Limited and Shanghai Urban Construction Group received the multi-crore rupees project from Government of Rajasthan, the first river rejuvenation project in the country on a dry and arid landscape. TATA Projects Limited said the execution of rejuvenation of Dravyawati River worth Rs.1,676 crore will be taken up on 47-km long river in Jaisalya village, which ...

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Impact of GST on Small Enterprises Positive: Expert

The GST tax reform can clearly a major landmark in India’s taxation policy since independence with the aim to streamline India’s fragmented tax system with a single levy. The passing of the GST bill is clearly good news for Indian businesses and will provide a huge fillip to the small and medium enterprises, say experts. The goal of GST being ...

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Robot Rotimaker ‘Rotimatic’ Finally Hits Shelves, Pre-Order Shipping Done

It has been an ordeal of eight years for Singapore-based Zimplistic team to provide an entirely automatic roti maker for Indian families worldwide unlike the focus in home country on factory-type huge machines. Finally, the much-awaited home product Rotimatic is out in the market and the company has announced the first shipment of the product for pre-bookings made two years ...

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Fidgeting or Leg Movement Lessen Heart Attack Risk: Study

Fidgeting or moving legs while in a sitting posture is helpful to heart in a long way, found researchers from the University of Missouri (USA). “Whether it’s binge watching our favourite TV show or working at a computer… a small amount of leg fidgeting could prevent a decline in leg vascular function caused by prolonged sitting,” said lead author Jaume ...

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NASA Captures Comet Hitting Sun

European Space agency and NASA’s Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) saw a bright comet plunge toward the sun on Aug. 3-4, 2016, at nearly 1.3 million miles per hour. Comets are chunks of ice and dust that orbit the sun, usually on highly elliptical orbits that carry them far beyond the orbit of Pluto at their farthest points. This comet, ...

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LeEco Launches World’s First EcoTV – Super TV, Priced Rs.60K to Rs.1.5 Lakh

LeEco has launched world’s first EcoTV entering the era of content integrated Ecosystem TVs with its Super3 series Ecosystem TV -Super3 X55 priced Rs59,789, Super3 X65 priced Rs.99,789 and Super3 Max65 priced Rs.149,789 that support 3D display, hoping to be successful in an area where many giants have failed so far. After its $2 billion acquisition of American TV maker ...

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Oxygen Found in Distant Galaxy

University of California (UCLA) astronomers have made the first accurate measurement of the abundance of oxygen in a distant galaxy called COSMOS-1908. “This is by far the most distant galaxy for which the oxygen abundance has actually been measured,” said Alice Shapley, a UCLA professor and co-author of the study. “We’re looking back in time at this galaxy as it ...

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Rio Olympics 2016: Thursday Opens with Men’s 400m

Australia and USA teams with their biggest names in swimming have arrived in Rio as the competition for swimming events kicks off on Thursday, ahead of the official opening on Friday. The two big teams have been sizing each other up before the serious action kicks off, starting with men’s 400m individual medley heats. "I briefly saw them this morning, ...

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GST Bill Passed Finally; Here’s How it Works?

Now that Rajya Sabha on Wednesday passed the GST Bill, following are the answers to various frequently asked questions relating to GST: Question 1.What is GST? How does it work? Answer: GST is one indirect tax for the whole nation, which will make India one unified common market. GST is a single tax on the supply of goods and services, right ...

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Israeli Experts Develop Robot That Can Swim, Crawl and Climb (VIDEO)

For over 90 years, researchers all ver the world have been trying to develop a wave movement-based system and finally Israeli scientists from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev succeeded in developing one that is unique, energy efficient and scalable. The first Single Actuator Wave-like Robot (SAW) that produces a pure wave motion using a single motor has been developed for ...

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Sudden Death in Epilepsy Patients Linked to Calcium Leak

Epilepsy is an extremely common disorder affecting people of all ages, from infants through teenagers to older adults. One of the most mysterious things about this disorder is that about 6 percent of the people with epilepsy have an unusually high incidence of sudden unexpected death. In a paper published today on theProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers ...

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Google Launches Massive Rio Olympics Search on Go

As Rio Olympics opens up to the world next week in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where thousands of athletes will come together to represent the strength and pride of their home countries, Google has brought up its unique products range offering to help people around the world stay up-to-date with the Olympic Games Rio 2016. The search includes: –Discover the ...

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NASA to Re-Activate Science Instruments on Juno Today to Capture Jupiter Closest Ever

NASA spacecraft Juno reached ‘Apojove’, the farthest point in Jupiter’s orbit after travelling for over five years on Sunday and began a frefall bowing to Jupiter’s gravitational force, expected to reach about 2,600 miles above the planet by the end of August. Now that the Juno mission is there, NASA’s Scott Bolton, Juno’s Principal Investigator at the Southwest Research Institute ...

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RBI Opens On-Tap Bank Licence With Many Riders

The Reserve of Bank of India has announced new guidelines for the so-called on-tap bank licensing, which means those eligible can apply any time without waiting for the open window system followed earlier. This is the third round of RBI’s initiative to rope in NBFCs, most of them microfinance institutions, to enter the mainstream banking arena in view of the ...

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‘Bahubali 2’ Remains Rajjat Bharjatya Last Wish

  Congratulations @ssrajamouli sir for the National Award. #Bahubali has taken Indian cinema to a different scale. Waiting for the conclusion! — Rajjat A Barjatya (@RajjatBarjatya) May 4, 2016 In his five last tweets in the first week of May, Rajjat A Barjatya ‏@RajjatBarjatya tweeted congratulating “Bahubali” director S.S. Rajamouli for the National Award. He stated that he was waiting ...

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