The Telegraph
| Monday, July 20, 2015 |


Lessons from Down Under

India can take a page from the Australian way of funding research — public-private partnerships — to kickstart its ability to innovate, says T.V. Jayan

Infosys founder N.R. Narayana Murthy's jab last week - that no big invention has come out of India since independence - has certainly called into question the country's ability to innovate. The lament obviously hasn't amused a section of the... | Read»

Smart and cheap

BITS & BYTES / Surit Doss

When I was shown two really inexpensive Android smartphones, I was sceptical whether they would work at all. I decided to test them over a month and was pleasantly surprised. | Read»

Fringe benefits

Q:I have terrible acne, especially on my forehead. I have had my hair straightened and wear a fringe. I wondered if the chemicals used for the straightening are responsible for my acne outbreak. I have been suffering for the last three years. | Read»