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DrHomi Bhabha A Great Visionary And Architect Of Nuclear India...

, was the 107th birth anniversary of Dr Homi Bhabha, a great visionary and the architect of nuclear India. I saw him closely for the first time in July 1964 when he was the chief guest at the graduation ceremony of the 7th Batch of trainees of ... Eurasia Review, 4 weeks ago
DNA India

3,000 children gather in Capital for Science festival

With backpacks on their shoulders and joy on their faces, as many as 3,000 children from rural India arrived in the national Capital, on Wednesday for five days of fun, frolic, and of course, Science. The children are here to participate in the ...
 DNA India1 day ago

A Man Of Science, But With No Art Of Storytelling

A Life In Science By C.N.R. Rao Penguin | Pages: 264 | Rs. 499 Bharat Ratna was instituted in 1954 and among the first recipients was Sir C.V. Raman. It is a measure of the value that our society places on science, that in the next 60 ...
 Outlook India1 week ago
Indian Express

M.G.K. Menon: A statesman scientist

M.G.K. Menon contributed to science and the building of modern India. With the passing of Professor Mambillikalathil Govind Kumar Menon, India has lost a true statesman of science. M.G.K. Menon, born in Mangalore on August 28, 1928, became a star in ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago Like a transverse wave...  The Hindu2 weeks ago Noted physicist & former ISRO chief M G K Menon dies at 88  Indian Express2 weeks ago Former ISRO chief MGK Menon passes away  Times of India2 weeks ago

Transported on a Bicycle, Launched from a Church: The Amazing Story of India's First Rocket Launch

When Prime Minister Indira Gandhi asked Rakesh Sharma (India's first astronaut) how their country looked from space, he famously replied, " Saare jahan se achcha." It was 53 years ago, on November 21 1963, that a small rocket took off from Thumba on ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago

'A fast reactor at any cost: The perverse pursuit of breeder reactors in India

In October 2016, Japan's science and technology ministry announced that it was going to start decommissioning its Monju fast breeder reactor in 2020. Monju had a troubled history , and the decision to shut it down was in line with decisions in the ...
 Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists1 month ago A fast reactor at any cost: The perverse pursuit of breeder reactors in India  Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists1 month ago

The shifting landscape in biosocial science

P rofessor Dorothy E. Roberts o f the University of Pennsylvania Law School, a leading scholar on legal and biosocial theory, will present this year's Tanner Lectures at Harvard on Wednesday and Thursday. Her two-part talk will examine a profound ...
 Harvard University Gazette1 month ago

This day in history (Oct. 30)

637 Antioch surrenders to the Muslim forces under Rashidun Caliphate after the Battle of the Iron Bridge. 758 Guangzhou is sacked by Arab and Persian pirates. 1137 Battle of Rignano between Ranulf of Apulia and Roger II of Sicily. 1270 The ...
 Inyo Register1 month ago

Power play: Heres why our political leaders hide their illnesses

Who doesnt like a good mystery? The Indian public, it seems. Whether it is celebrity affairs or national leaders health, we have this incurable urge to need all the details. Ever since news of Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalaithaas illness went public, ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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