The Telegraph
| Monday, March 23, 2015 |


Charged up

A device being developed in a Calcutta lab may make the lithium-ion battery redundant, says T.V. Jayan

There may be a Calcutta connection to global efforts to develop next generation energy-storage devices. Ashutosh Kumar Singh, a young researcher who has made Calcutta his second home, has inched closer to developing what most scientists describe... | Read»

Kindle ilk

BITS & BYTES / Surit Doss

q+a Is there any device for reading e-books other than Amazon Kindle?Shirsha Bhattacharyya | Read»

When learning is a problem

In India, we place a premium on academic performance. A "good education", preferably in an English medium school, is a priority. Parents in many cities wait in serpentine queues for hours to get their tots admitted to the... | Read»