The Telegraph
| Monday, April 25, 2016 |


Fields of fuel

A newly inaugurated plant in Uttarakhand demonstrates how agricultural waste can be converted into bio fuel. Adopted on a larger scale, the technique could slash India’s oil imports and also reduce pollution, says T.V. Jayan

At best, it can be described as baby steps. But it has the potential to tackle two monsters at one go - noxious fumes and oil imports.Indian scientists and industry have come together to set up a plant that uses a home-grown technology to convert... | Read»

Low on design

BITS & BYTES / Surit Doss

With the Lumia 950 XL, Microsoft wanted to turn the smartphone into a single computing device so that you wouldn't need a tablet, desktop or laptop anymore. It seems to have made a good, but stuttering start. | Read»

Healthy living for moms-to-be

For generations, women have been advised by elders and self-styled experts to follow tradition. "Don't take any medication if you are pregnant! It will affect the baby." They are also told not to go to the doctor till the first trimester... | Read»