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Pre-Release Business: Will Akhil Akkineni's Debut Film Beat Bellamkonda Srinivas'
International Business Times India

Pre-Release Business: Will Akhil Akkineni's Debut Film Beat Be...

Akhil Akkineni Twitter Akhil Akkineni, who was seen in a cameo in "Manam", is debuting as a hero in V V Vinayak's next venture. As per some reports, the film is all set to beat distribution right records set by Bellamkonda Srinivas' "Alludu ... International Business Times India, 1 month ago

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Small Business Trends

A Visit to IKEA Inspired These Lessons for Home Remodeling Websites

For each business category, websites may have to serve a different content purpose, but have the same business purpose, to educate visitors and make them customers. A remodeler's website should inspire than inform, show a visitor the ...
 Small Business Trends1 day ago
Times of India

Kabir is the villain in Sardar Gabbar Singh

Kabir Singh is on a roll ever since he debuted with Jil. Having completed a schedule in Pawan Kalyan's next film, Sardaar Gabbar Singh, he is looking forward to work with the Powerstar. "I have shot with Sharad bhai, who plays the other villain, and ...
 Times of India5 days ago
Ventureburn

Does your personality type fit that of an entrepreneur?

According to a survey conducted by a California-based personality and career assessments company, Truity Psychometrics , found that extraverts are more likely to become entrepreneurs. Graham started out as an electronics manager at Take2 ...
 Ventureburn2 weeks ago
Medical News Today

Researchers collaborate in development of brain-friendly interfaces

Recent research published in the journal Microsystems & Nanoengineering could eventually change the way people living with prosthetics and spinal cord injury lead their lives. Instead of using neural prosthetic devices--which suffer from ...
 Medical News Today3 weeks ago Scientists Collaborate in Brain-friendly Interfaces Development  MedIndia3 weeks ago Brain-friendly Extracellular Matrix Environment of Neuronal Cells  Medical Design Technology3 weeks ago Nanoengineering Leads to Brain-friendly Interfaces  A2C23 weeks ago
MaterialsToday

Injectable electronics fit right in

Bright-field image showing the mesh electronics being injected through a sub-100 ┬Ám inner diameter glass needle into aqueous solution. Flexible electronic devices that can be injected into cavities or living tissue through a needle and ...
 MaterialsToday4 weeks ago
Indiatimes

Hyderabad Drunk Drivers Will Have To Stand On Traffic Junctions And Educate Others!

By TNN Posted on July 31, 2015 In a novel move, people caught driving under the influence of alcohol will be shamed publicly. Social service punishment PROShashiBellamkonda flickr Dubbed 'social service' punishment, the erring ...
 Indiatimes1 month ago
Georgia Tech

Coulter Foundation funds Emory, Georgia Tech biomedical research

Nine Emory and Georgia Tech biomedical re projects have been chosen to receive funding from the Coulter Translational Re Partnership Program. The $1.6 million in seed funding is intended to accelerate promising technologies developed in re ...
 Noodls1 month ago Nine Georgia Tech-Emory Biomedical Projects Receive Coulter Foundation Funding  Georgia Tech1 month ago
Georgia Tech

6 Entrepreneurial Upstarts from Tech Alumni

Upstart: Patrick Whaley, ME 10, Founder and CEO of TITIN TITIN Overview: It's been a challenging road to success for Whaley and TITIN, one that started with a near-tragedy when Whaley was shot during an armed robbery in 2009 while still a ...
 Georgia Tech1 month ago

Telengana village goes to jungle to pray for rains

HYDERABAD: An entire village of 6,000 people in Nalgonda district locked up their homes before sunrise on Sunday and left for a nearby forest to observe a day-long 'Vanavasam'. Suffering three successive drought years and facing yet another dry ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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