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ISRO to launch 3 satellites for UK from next month

ISRO to launch 3 satellites for UK from next month

After the successful INSS-1D mission in March, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), is all set to launch three Disaster Monitoring Constellation satellites in orbit at one go for a…

US opens probe against TCS, Infosys for H1-B visa violations

US opens probe against TCS, Infosys for H1-B visa violations

An investigation against two of the biggest Indian outsourcing companies has been initiated by the US government for possible violations of H1-B visa rules. The Department of Labour has opened…

Apple pay keeps wallets away: Apple Pay launching in UK in July

Apple pay keeps wallets away: Apple Pay launching in UK in July

Apple’s new payment system, Apple Pay is all set to arrive in the UK this July. This was announced at WorldWide Developers Conference (WWDC), 2015, which also witnessed the announcement…

Embryonic twin discovered in a woman’s brain hailing from Hyderabad….

Embryonic twin discovered in a woman’s brain hailing from Hyderabad….

An Indian computer science PhD student from Hyderabad underwent brain surgery to find what she jokingly called her “evil twin sister who’s been torturing me for the past 26 years”.…

Net Neutrality in India

Net Neutrality in India

Over the past week in India, there has been a lot written about Net neutrality and Internet.org. The Internet is one of the most powerful tools for economic and social…

India’s Flipkart to cart deliveries with “Dabbawallas”

India’s Flipkart to cart deliveries with “Dabbawallas”

In an unusual experiment in just-in-time logistics, Flipkart, often described as the “Amazon of India”, is launching a tie-up with the city’s network of bicycle-riding deliverymen, dabbawalahs, who ferry roughly…

‘Facebook law’ in India reversed

‘Facebook law’ in India reversed

A new controversial law which was introduced by India’s supreme court, which gave police the authority to arrest people for their comments on social networks and other internet sites, has…

‘India’s waterman’ Rajendra Singh wins ‘Nobel prize for water’ 2015

‘India’s waterman’ Rajendra Singh wins ‘Nobel prize for water’ 2015

An Indian campaigner from Alwar district in Rajasthan has been conferred “the Nobel Prize for water 2015” award for bringing water to 1,000 villages. Rajendra Singh, dubbed “the Water Man…

Pocket friendly- pocket surfers: Datawind launches 3 low cost PocketSurfer smartphones at Rs.1999 (£19.99) onwards in India

Pocket friendly- pocket surfers: Datawind launches 3 low cost PocketSurfer smartphones at Rs.1999 (£19.99) onwards in India

Offering free data plan under a tie-up with Reliance (RCoM), Aakash tablet maker, Datawind launched its entry level 2G and 3G mobile handsets, priced in range of Rs 1,999-Rs 5,499…

South Indian strikes a $3 billion deal with HP

South Indian strikes a $3 billion deal with HP

IT giant Hewlett-Packard on Monday announced that it is buying Aruba Networks, the company founded by Hyderabadi Keerti Melkote in 2002, for nearly $3 billion. Aruba provides wireless networking gear…