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Indian Institute of Advanced Study to research on Indian tradition
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Indian Institute of Advanced Study to research on Indian tradi...

: Indian Institute of Advanced Study (IIAS), country's premier research institute, will take up new research projects on Indian traditions and its multi-culture components in the coming years. "The institute is the most appropriate place for initiating new ... IBN Live, 2 months ago
IIAS to research on Indian traditions IndiaTV News, 2 months ago

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Securities Technology Monitor, 2 weeks ago

Shimla hosts brain storming sessions on colonial inheritance

By : Mohan Verma Celebrating 150 years of British Summer Capital of India, Indian Instituted of Advance Study located in one of relic of same era would explore harmonizing colonial inheritance, urban aesthetics and modernization with special reference to this ...
 Himvani4 days ago
Times of India

Aarkstore - Global Sports Medicine Market Report: 2014 Edition

Navi Mumbai, India, November 14,2014/Free-Press-Release.com/ -- Orthopedics is defined as the study of human musculoskeletal system. It is basically a branch of medical sciences dealing with the prevention and correction of injuries or disorders of ...
 Free Press Release10 hours ago IT Market in India to Grow at 12.44% CAGR by 2018  Individual.com1 day ago Widex India launches its new range of hearing aids in Mumbai  Times of India4 days ago GM to launch 40 new cars in India, other international markets  Jagran Post2 months ago
Jagran Post

Proposal to document Kaziranga Park's biodiversity

According to Narayan Talukdar, Director of Institute of Advanced Study in Science and Technology (IASST), Union Science and Technology Minister Harsh Vardhan, who had visited the state last week, was keen to have the flora and fauna documented. The Minister, ...
 Jagran Post1 day ago Foundation day celebration of IASST  The Assam Tribune3 weeks ago
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Silicon India

Study: A third of organisations in India unprepared for cyber-attacks

Over a third of organisations in India (31.48 per cent of respondents) have no real-time insights to combat cyber risks, even as most firms (54.55 per cent) are facing rising threats, according to an EY study. About 50.9 per cent of organisations ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago Organizations In India Are More Vulnerable To Cyber-Attacks: Report  Silicon India5 days ago Isro engineers to examine technologies for hills  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Study at the World's Oldest Nalanda University

Back in September, an unit of noticeable Indians, including Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj and Nobel Prize winner Amartya Sen, trouped down to Rajgir, Bihar, to stamp the opening of another college. Given the late quick development of ...
 Universities News4 days ago

Schoolkids on Japan tour to study culture and tradition

Two students of Kendriya Vidyalaya-I (KV-I) would study technological advancement of Japan by staying there for nine days and visiting six cities. During the nine-day stay, the duo Nayan Raj of Class XII and Saquib Hussain Siddiquee of Class X will also ...
 The Telegraph2 weeks ago

HAL studying cause of Su-30 crash

The Indian Air Force and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, Bangalore have begun looking closely at the reason for the Su-30 MKI fighter aircraft crash near Pune about a fortnight ago. The trigger point appears to be premature ejection of the fighter's seats.
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

More Indo-French science collaborations for Northeast

Kolkata, Nov 20 Working with India's leading research centres, the Indo-French Centre for the Promotion of Advanced Research (CEFIPRA) is seeking more scientific partnerships for the country's remote areas, particularly the northeast states, an ...
 ProKerala.com2 days ago
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Daily Bhaskar

Working night shifts may increase the risk of developing ovarian cancer, claims study

Working night shifts was associated with a 24 per cent increased risk of advanced ovarian cancer and a 49 per cent increased risk of early stage disease compared with those who worked normal office hours, according to the research published in journal ...
 Daily Bhaskar1 month ago
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