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Use of digital technology to push biz growth: Study
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Use of digital technology to push biz growth: Study

Adoption of advanced digital technologies in India can bolster revenue by up to 27 per cent, drive employment by 84 per cent and enhance significantly access to overseas markets for small and medium businesses, says a study. "In India, adoption of advanced ... catchnews.com, 1 month ago

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Thyroid dysfunction may up heart failure risk: study

Researchers from University of Pennsylvania in the US investigated 1,382 patients with pre-existing moderate to advanced heart failure.
 DNA3 weeks ago

World's oldest plant fossil discovered in India

A team of researchers has discovered fossils of 1.6 billion-year-old probable red algae in India, indicating that advanced multicellular life evolved on earth much earlier than previously thought.The study, appeared in the open access journal PLOS Biology, ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Oil India: Looks poised for further upside

Oil India Limited shares advanced to Rs 327.10 this morning, gaining about 1%, after the company signed a Memorundum of Understanding with the University of Houston in a bid to augment its reserves base and maximize recovery from its ageing oilfields. The MoU ...
 Sify1 month ago

Rebuffed youth attacks BJP lawmaker's daughter in Pune

Enraged at his advances being rebuffed, a college youth attacked and injured a BJP legislator's daughter studying in a Pune college on Monday morning, officials said. The attacker has been arrested.Accused Rajendra Bakshi, 23, accosted the 22-year-old ...
 Prokerala3 weeks ago

Seminar on science, tech for human welfare

GUWAHATI, Feb 26 - The Institute of Advanced Study in Science and Technology (IASST) is organising the 62nd annual technical session of the Assam Science Society and national seminar on Science and Technology for Human Welfare tomorrow. The event is a ...
 The Assam Tribune1 month ago
OrissaDiary

10 Digital Traits of Bhubaneswar's Generation Z

Report by Odisha Diary bureau, Bhubaneswar: Young India is growing up immersed in advanced technology. The TCS Youth Survey is one of the largest studies in the country that captures the D'> Report by Odisha Diary bureau, Bhubaneswar: Young India is growing ...
 OrissaDiary2 months ago

Zapping brain with electricity may boost memory: study

Stimulating the brain with electricity may synchronise brain waves and help improve short-term working memory, an advance that could help treat people with traumatic brain injury, stroke or epilepsy, a new study has found.
 DNA1 month ago
DNA

New beating 3D heart tissue may improve cardiac treatment: Study

Scientists have created a 3D heart tissue that beats in synchronised harmony, an advance that may lead to better understanding of cardiac health and improved treatments.
 DNA2 months ago

Eating mulethi during pregnancy may harm baby's brain: study

Mothers-to-be, take note! Eating large amounts of liquorice, commonly known as mulethi in India, during pregnancy may adversely affect the development of your child's brain, a new study has warned. In the study, youths that were exposed to large amounts of ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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