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Tuesday , October 2 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

In plagiarism too, China beats India

India and China appear to lead in plagiarism in life sciences research, but the US, Japan and Germany account for the majority of fraud, scientists reported today after a large analysis of shamed research....   | Read..

Topple sword sends Cong scurrying to Maya

The Congress leadership isn’t losing sleep over Mamata Banerjee’s violent rhetoric but her threat to pull down the Manmohan Singh government has triggered fre...   | Read..

DMK ups anti-FDI ante

The DMK today declared support to any Parliament resolution opposing FDI in retail, signalling its growing alienation from the Congress....   | Read..

India to upgrade howitzers for army

The Indian defence establishment, faced with an acute shortage of heavy artillery guns, has asked its Ordnance Factory Board to begin making or upgrading howitzers from d...   | Read..

India seeks to ratify global biosafety protocol

The Union environment and forests minister Jayanthi Natarajan today called for science-based regulations on living modified organisms (LMOs) to address concerns about the...   | Read..
In plagiarism too, China beats India
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Jaitley for panel to pick judges

Rajya Sabha Opposition leader Arun Jaitley has proposed amending the Constitution to set up a N...   | Read..

Whole hog on Teesta treaty

Mamata Banerjee’s strident anti-UPA stand has emboldened the Centre to go ahead and sign ...   | Read..

Train molest cuffs on IAS

A senior IAS officer accused of molesting a female co-passenger on the Lucknow Mail last night was stopped from “e...   | Read..

Top court clears air on CAG

The Supreme Court today threw out a plea challenging the CAG’s powers to conduct performance audit of controversia...   | Read..

Minority police push

The Union home ministry has asked the directors-general of all the central paramilitary forces to recruit more minoritie...   | Read..

Microsoft visa worry for India

Microsoft has suggested a fee of $10,000 (Rs 5 lakh) for a new category of H-1B visas and $15,000 (Rs 7.5 lakh) for green ca...   | Read..