Tag Archives: New York

9/11 Attacks Partly Funded by Ransom Money from India: Ex-Police Commissioner of Delhi

Former CBI officer and Delhi police commissioner Neeraj Kumar has revealed in a book that the 9/11 terror attacks on the World Trade Center in New York and two other places by mastermind Mohammad Atta were funded by ransom money collected by gangsters after kidnapping Kadim Shoes owner Partha Pratim Roy Burman, chairman–cum–managing director of Khadim Shoes. The ransom collected ...

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Soon Flexible Badges Sniff Wound Recovery, Shows Binghamton University Project

Binghamton University will lead the New York node of a new $75 million, five-year federal initiative to advance flexible hybrid electronics manufacturing following the US Department of Defense (DoD) choice of the Flex Tech Alliance, of which Binghamton University is a founding partner, as America’s first Innovation Institute for Flexible Hybrid Electronics Manufacturing (FHE MII). “The Flex Tech Alliance and ...

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Changing color no longer a dream as scientists find a way out

Have you wondered if those advertisements where a man or woman changes their clothes in a random motion, promoting online shopping sites come true? Well, you might just get lucky with this new invention. Scientists of University of Central Florida led by an Indian-origin scientist, Debashis Chanda have researched and created world’s first full-color, flexible and reflective display that will ...

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Preet Bharara: Wall Street prosecutor or ambitious anti-Indian manipulator?

By Arun Kumar The enviable record of Wall Street’s Indian-American prosecutor Preet Bhrara, known in India for his dogged prosecution of an Indian diplomat, has put him in the limelight, but some have also questioned his methods. Time magazine put him on the cover and Vanity Fair described him as “Wall Street’s most fearsome foe”. recalled the Washington Post while ...

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NASA captures fireball on Pittsburgh! What’s it?

NASA cameras last night captured a very bright meteor at the Allegheny Observatory near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and the fireball was visible all over New York, Ohio and Pennsylvania around 4:45 am on Tuesday. Here’s a video released by the space agency, which shows a NASA camera located at Allegheny Observatory near Pittsburg, PA and two other cameras located at Hiram ...

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Northeastern US faces ‘historic blizzard’ today

Residents of the states of the northeastern US would face a “historic blizzard” that would affect the region from Monday onwards, warned meteorologists. Weather authorities have also issued a blizzard warning for Philadephia, Pennsylvania and the east coast including New York, New Jersey and New England, as well as Canada, from Monday afternoon to Tuesday. “It’s a winter storm that ...

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