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Send your experiment to the Moon in 2017 through Lab2Moon contest announced by Team Indus

Send your experiment to the Moon in 2017 through Lab2Moon contest announced by Team Indus

Team Indus, a space technology start-up and the only Indian team competing for the Google Lunar XPrize, announced the launch of Lab2Moon competition. This is to challenge the youngsters between 14 and

Aam Aadmi Buses to be Run By DTC

Aam Aadmi Buses to be Run By DTC

With less than 4000 buses plying on Delhi roads and old vehicles being retired, DTC plans to run Aam aadmi buses in the city from August 8.  A dry run will be conducted prior to the actual imple

Improvement in sex ratio, rise in infant mortality rate

Improvement in sex ratio, rise in infant mortality rate

According to Delhi’s Annual Report on registration of births & deaths which was released on Wednesday by Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, more girls were born in Delhi in 2015 as compared to the pr

Health Minister Urges People Not to Panic if Suffering from Dengue; Takes Steps to Contain it

Health Minister Urges People Not to Panic if Suffering from Dengue; Takes Steps to Contain it

The Municipal Corporations of Delhi registered 29 new cases of dengue in the week ending July 30, taking the total number of cases to 119. This is more than twice the number of cases confirmed during

No Shortage of Electricity, Claims Power Minister

No Shortage of Electricity, Claims Power Minister

Power Minister Piyush Goyal informed Rajya Sabha today that there is no shortage of power in the country to cater to the demands of states and government is trying to fully tap the potential of new &a

Flipkart Puts 600 Employees on Improvement Plan

Flipkart Puts 600 Employees on Improvement Plan

India’s largest e-commerce firm- Flipkart, has put 300-600 employees on an improvement plan which might end up in dismissal. A company spokesperson said the performance plan was part of a regula

RBI Slaps Rs.27 Crore Penalty on 19 Public & Private Sector Banks

RBI Slaps Rs.27 Crore Penalty on 19 Public & Private Sector Banks

In a statement issued on 27th Jul’16, the RBI said it has imposed monetary penalty of Rs.27 crore on 13 banks for "violation of regulatory directions/instructions/guidelines, among other things,

Sharmila, The Iron Lady To Break Her 16 Year Fast

Sharmila, The Iron Lady To Break Her 16 Year Fast

The iron lady of Manipur, Irom Chanu Sharmila, who started fasting in 2000 against the special forces of AFSPA, decides to break her fast. She announced on Tuesday, she will end her fast on 9th August

Varizon Acquires Yahoo for $4.8 Billion

Varizon Acquires Yahoo for $4.8 Billion

Yahoo, the front door to the web for an early generation of internet users, will no longer be an independent company as Varizon, seeking to boost its inadequate digital content for consumers, announce

DU Law Faculty to Postpone Admissions

DU Law Faculty to Postpone Admissions

The Delhi University Law Faculty issued a notice on July 21 which said due to “unavoidable circumstances” the session was being postponed. The real reason is that the faculty does not have

Russia Will Not Be A Part of Rio Olympics 2016

Russia Will Not Be A Part of Rio Olympics 2016

Sport’s highest tribunal, Swiss-based Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) rejected Russia’s appeal against a doping ban for its entire athletics team from the Rio Olympics, which are sta

Pressure Horns, Vehicles Without Silencers to Pay Fine of Up to Rs. 7000

Pressure Horns, Vehicles Without Silencers to Pay Fine of Up to Rs. 7000

The National Green Tribunal (NGT) has decided to fine vehicles not having silencers or those using pressure horns for causing noise pollution. They will have to pay environment compensation charge of

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