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Woman dares to make men’s washrooms waterless & odourless

‘Udaipur’s TOCIC ranks first for innovations’ Udaipur : Many found her ideas stinky, some ridiculed it. But this innovator dared to pursue her dream and achieved it.Today her invention ‘Eco-TrapIn’ under which she created a retrofit green technology of making conventional urinals waterless and odourless is gaining wide popularity. Neha Bagoria’s ... Read More »

Navigation satellite INRSS-1I put into orbit, ISRO calls it a success

SRIHARIKOTA: The Indian Space Research Organisation’s navigation satellite INRSS-1I was on Thursday launched by PSLV-C41 from the spaceport in Sriharikota and successfully placed in the designated orbit. PSLV-C41/IRNSS-1I Mission blasted off at 4.04 am from the first launchpad at the Sathish Dhawan Space Centre. ISRO officials called it a normal ... Read More »

Why Nasa is going two million kilometres to mine an asteroid

NEW DELHI: Asteroids are known to be treasure troves of precious minerals. A Nasa mission is under way to test the feasibility on a nearby asteroid, and a niche group of companies is ramping up to claim a piece of the pie. Nasa’s Osiris-Rex, launched from Cape Canaveral in Florida in 2016, has travelled ... Read More »

Tiny twin miracles- Srishti & Drishti

Born at barely 24 weeks, twin girls survive against odds : among the smallest twins to survive in India UDAIPUR : Born weighing 600 grams and 620 grams , the Chinta Devi twin girls tale of survival is an extraordinary one. The micro-preemie, who were born prematurely at just 24 ... Read More »

Google Will Now Let Musicians to Post Updates Directly to Search Results

In what could damage Twitter’s popularity, Google is now allowing US musicians to post updates directly to its Search result pages. This update is an expansion of the Posts on Google feature that the company first rolled out for big companies and celebrities in 2016, and included local businesses last year. “Posting on Google ... Read More »