Iit Bombay

  • I'm an entertainer, what I said was satirical, says Palash Sen 25-12-2013 10:06 AM

    Mumbai: Popular Indian band Euphoria's lead singer Palash Sen has stirred a controversy after he reportedly made a sexist remarks against women during the band's performance at IIT-Bombay on Saturday. Speaking to CNN-IBN, Palash said he has been misquoted. "This is not the comment that I made, this is a...
  • Palash Sen: She's a girl, if I say anything I'll still end up being branded as sexist 24-12-2013 02:46 PM

    Singer Palash Sen, who was accused of making sexist jokes at IIT-Bombay's cultural event recently, said in an interview that his comment was taken out of context. "I can't even believe that somebody can make this into an issue. From what I read in the blog, it was completely taken...
  • IIT-K students bag $210,000 pay package 05-12-2013 04:05 PM

    New Delhi: Engineering graduates from the Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) have been getting extremely lucrative job offers from MNCs as well as Indian companies despite the poor state of the economy. The number of companies visiting IIT campuses has gone up this year and several graduates have landed jobs...
  • US seeks student exchange programmes; IIT-B signs MoU with MIT 25-06-2013 02:20 PM

    New Delhi: The United States on Tuesday stressed on jointly working towards increasing skills of students to face future challenges and said this can be done through exchange programmes and partnerships between India and the US. "We need to make sure that next generation of innovators and entrepreneurs have the...
  • Mumbai gets seaplane service, cost tantamount to cab fare 12-05-2013 09:55 AM

    Mumbai: Life may get a little simpler for Mumbai's millions after a fresh transport option - a seaplane that will complete a two-hour road journey in 7 minutes which will cost Rs 750 equivalent to the cab fare for the same distance. Operated by a private operator Maritime Energy Heli...
  • Govt must accept the blame for Aakash tablet: Ivor Soans 04-04-2013 06:40 PM

    The much-touted Aakash tablet project has been plagued by massive production delays, technical and delivery hitches. There have been complaints about its low memory, frequent system freezes and low-quality display and sound. So is this another of those showcase government projects gone wrong? joined IBNLive readers for an interaction on...
  • Homeopathy: Placebo or science? 09-01-2012 09:19 AM

    Mumbai: Sceptics and scientists alike say homeopathy is a placebo. However, scientists at IIT Powai have done some ground-breaking research, and plan to release a new study this March. The British Medical Association has passed some serious judgment on homeopathy, liking it to witchcraft and black magic, all placebo and...
  • IIT Bombay to auction games designed by students 01-07-2011 07:24 PM

    Mumbai: For the first time, IIT Bombay will be auctioning games designed by its students for a mass production. The auction has been scheduled for July 7. "Students from Industrial Design Centre (IDC) and Electrical Engineering Department have been designing games which are available for commercial and educational purposes. Some...
  • Mumbai campus first preference of IIT students 22-06-2011 06:12 PM

    Kanpur: IIT Bombay is the first choice among students who cleared the IIT-JEE exam this year, followed by the Delhi campus. According to an IIT-Kanpur release, which conducted the exam this year, most of the students who attended the first counselling session have made Mumbai their first choice followed by...
  • IIT B develop a heart defect detection device 12-01-2011 10:35 AM

    Mumbai: India will have a 100 million heart patients by the end of the decade. What's worse - the Cardiological Society estimates heart defects go undiagnosed in four out of ten cases. But if Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay's innovations are anything to go by, then this lab prototype -...
  • Homeopathy - witchcraft or credible science? 27-12-2010 10:57 AM

    Mumbai: Just months after the British Medical Association dismissed homeopathy as "witchcraft", researchers at IIT Bombay have done further studies on the subject. For the first time, they have shown the science behind the 200 year old system of medicine. Homeopathy is "witchcraft", "black magic", all placebo and no science...
  • A Symbol of Progress?

    A Mallu's Musings |  Achyuth Punnekat
    My sister has just joined IIT Bombay... And far from happy I am a little apprehensive. The issue is simple. Money. Specifically The Rupee. Not...

  • Top of the tops: Why IIT-B scores over other IITs 02-07-2008 08:43 AM

    Colombo: Shane Watson's unbelievable run in the ICC World Twenty20 continued as he virtually assured Australia a place in the semi-finals of the event with a comfortable eight-wicket win over South Africa in the their second Super Eights match here on Sunday. Chasing a modest target of 147, Watson once...
  • IITians build formula car for Detroit auto show 31-03-2008 11:52 AM

    Canberra: Amid growing concerns over his fitness, Indian pacer Ishant Sharma is learnt to have got his troublesome ankle checked by a doctor here. The Indian camp though maintained that there was nothing serious with Ishant who walked off the field after bowling just 5.3 overs on the opening day...
  • Farmers hook on to the net to reap a rich harvest 30-12-2007 10:36 AM

    CNN-IBN's cricket experts - Allan Border, Chris Cairns and Murali Karthik - analyse Sri Lanka's big win over Zimbabwe. ...