Research

  • India @ 9 with Karma Paljor 3 days ago

    Catch the day's top stories with Karma Paljor on India @ 9. ...
  • Shining B-Schools of India: IIM, Kashipur and KJ Somaiya Institute of Management, Studies and Research January 22, 2014

    In the 3rd edition of 'Shining B-Schools of India', we take a look at Indian Institute of Management, Kashipur and KJ Somaiya Institute of Management, Studies and Research. ...
  • China eases 30-year-old one-child policy November 16, 2013

    China has unveiled its boldest set of economic and social reforms in nearly 30 years. It has relaxed the one-child policy and eased up the markets in order to put the world's second largest economy on a more stable footing. ...
  • Mission to Mars: PSLV puts 'Mangalyaan' into an elliptical orbit November 5, 2013

    India's journey to the Mars has begun with the successful launch of the Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM). Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) joined an elite club of just four agencies in the world which dared to travel to Mars. The Rs 450 crore Mars Orbiter Mission was successfully launched from...
  • NIPER students protest against alleged corruption by administration April 2, 2013

    Students of the National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research or NIPER in Punjab's Mohali protested against the alleged large-scale corruption in the institute that was highlighted by an assistant professor, who was later sacked following the allegations. ...
  • BB 10: Indian behind Blackberry's new avatar January 31, 2013

    Apple could soon be getting some fresh competition for its iPhone as Blackberry unveiled it's do or die product Z-10. And the face of BlackBerry's new look is Indian-origin Vivek Bhardwaj - the head of RIM's software portfolio. The 29-year-old has earlier worked on BlackBerry software products and the Storm...
  • RIM to unveil Blackberry 10 today May 4, 2013

    Research In Motion (RIM) is all set to introduce its innovative line of smartphones this week starting with Blackberry 10 on Wednesday. Analysts say this is RIM's last chance to stay in the game. ...
  • Time for great self reflection: CSR director on Delhi gangrape January 5, 2013

    Ranjana Kumari, Director of Centre for Social Research, has slammed the police and the people, who did nothing to help the 23-year-old braveheart and her male friend after they were thrown out of a moving bus by the six accused. "I think it is time for tremendous self reflection and...
  • DRDO refutes secret audit report, says will file its response August 14, 2012

    A top secret audit of DRDO ordered by Defence Minister AK Antony himself has revealed that the country's premier body for defence research has allegedly spent crores of rupees on technology without any positive outcome. ...
  • Eureka movement at CERN? July 4, 2012

    The 50 year old hunt for the God particle could be over. ...
  • Tatra's performance has been very good: DRDO chief March 31, 2012

    DRDO chief VK Saraswat on Saturday defended the use of Tatra trucks saying the trucks had rather performed well. ...
  • Scientists prove Einstein's theory of relativity wrong? November 20, 2011

    Scientists, who in September said they discovered sub-atomic particles can travel faster than light, have fine tuned their experiment and the result seems to confirm the startling finding. ...
  • Team Anna's accounts should be made public: Agnivesh October 23, 2011

    Former Team Anna and activist Swami Agnivesh has accused the anti-graft group of corruption, while calling for transparency in Team Anna's accounts. ...
  • BlackBerry's UK centre switch failure cause of disruption October 13, 2011

    The reason behind the disruption in the BlackBerry services in the last four days was a switch failure in the UK centre. ...
  • BlackBerry services hit, users express anger online October 12, 2011

    A series of failures in Research in Motion's private network has hit BlackBerry services worldwide. ...
  • It's criminal neglect: CSR Director on encephalitis October 8, 2011

    The Centre for Social Research Director Ranjana Kumari says the disease could have been prevented had there been a political will. ...
  • Excercise keeps type 2 diabetes in check: Study May 6, 2011

    If you have type 2 diabetes - one of the best ways of keeping it in check is by exercising, says a researched published in the Amercian Medical Association journal. ...
  • Infosys Prize 2010: Honouring Indian researchers January 16, 2011

    Watch the special show Infosys Prize 2010, looking to inspire home-grown researchers in India. ...
  • Is BlackBerry a security threat? July 30, 2010

    The IB has warned the Home ministry of possible threats from BlackBerry services. ...
  • Researchers release new health markers for Indians March 10, 2010

    ICMR has released over 30 health parameters specific to the Indian population. Researchers say this will be of great help to the medical community. ...
  • Eating less keeps cancer away: Research January 31, 2010

    Eating less is the only way to keep away from cancer. According the findings of a new research, obesity and cancer are inextricably linked. This is contrary to popular belief that green leafy vegetables keep cancer at bay. Dr. Walter Willett who is a Harvard Nutrition Specialist, authored the book...
  • Indo-China joint study in Arunachal over Yaks November 17, 2009

    The Indo-China relations may have hit a new low with the Dalai's recent visit to Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh. But the National Research Centre on Yak at Dirang has been acting as a bridge between India and China. Scientists on both sides have got together to share the Yak secrets....
  • Aviva Young Scholar: Institute of Clinical Research of India August 30, 2009

    The chosen scholar will go to the Institute of Clinical Research of India. ...
  • Watch: Aviva Young Scholar August 24, 2009

    Aviva Young Scholar is a series where three bright young people will win full scholarship to study at the Institute of Logistics and Aviation Management, Institute of Clinical Research India and Maples. ...
  • A search on whether Aussies are naturally racist June 2, 2009

    Are Australians racist by default? Or is it just a small minority that's sparking all the fights? Jaimon Joseph trawled the web for some answers. ...
  • Panel meets to discuss solution for swine flu in India April 27, 2009

    With the Swine flu outbreak spreading to the US, in India the Indian Council of Medical Research is conducting a high level meeting today, to assess how prepared we are in case of an outbreak here. Meanwhile the sudden outbreak in the US has health officials on edge. ...
  • Ethics and science of it: Stem cell research made easy March 26, 2009

    US President Obama's decision to ease up on earlier regulations regarding stem-cell research has thrown up a range of possibilities in medical cures. IBNLiving takes a look at the Indian scene of the stem-cell research that could facilitate cures for debilitating diseases in the future. ...
  • Obama brings the change, reverses Bush stem cell policy March 10, 2009

    President Barack Obama seems to be bringing the change he promised. After the landmark decision on Guantanamo Bay, the US President has reversed another George Bush policy. On Monday he lifted restrictions on federal funding for embryonic stem cell research. ...
  • Diabetes affects both body and mind: research January 8, 2009

    A person's diabetes may be under control, but it can still slow down his mental function says a latest Canadian study. The study examined over 600 people between the ages of 53 and 90 and measured their cognitive skills for three years. Researchers found that those with a mild case...
  • Oval office stress accelerate aging process: reports January 7, 2009

    A study proves that there is a deep relation between stress and age. ...