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Prof Rajpal Sirohi, Alumnus,  Ex-Director               Fri, March 25, 2011 10:18:21                                                                &nb

Soon, an assembly line for hearts

Using Stem Cells, Experts Look To Grow Made-To-Order Organs

London: Coming soon: Artificial hearts, say scientists who are growing the human organsin laboratory using stem cells, an experiment which they claim would offer hope for millions of cardiac patients worldwide. 


‘Glaciers melting 100 times faster than at any time in 350 yrs’

Sea of trouble: Japan dumps toxic water into the Pacific

Makes Room For More Lethal Runoff

Hiroko Tabuchi 

Tokyo: Tokyo Electric Power Company began dumping over 11,000 tons of radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant on Monday, mostly to make room in storage containers for increasing amounts of far more contaminated runoff. 


Test-tube sperm signals boost for fatherhood hope

London: For the first time, scientists have grown sperms in a test-tube which are capable of fertilizing eggs, a breakthrough which they say could help millions of infertile men fulfil their dreams of fatherhood. 

GLID Report Says IIT-Delhi Best for IT Graduates in India

Last Updated: 2011-03-10T06:20:59+05:30

Bangalore: Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT-Delhi) is the best university for IT graduates across India, according to GILD report.

As per sources, GILD, the fastest growing network for technology professionals has announced the release of the first ever GILD Talent Report for the India market. The report comprises a comprehensive analysis covering over one lakh IT professionals who are active members of the GILD network.

Gay or straight? Brain chemical decides sexual preference

London: Chinese researchers have identified a chemical in the brain that controls sexual preference in mice. They found that male mice lose their normal preference for females if they have low levels of serotonin. Instead, they try to mate with either males or females. 


Fighting corruption - Hazare fast feeds nation's demand to fight corruption

Nagendar Sharma:-

CAMPAIGN: Activists want govt to toughen law to fight graft at the highest levels

New Delhi: In a move that has galvanised demands across the country for a focused fight against corruption, veteran Gandhian and anti-graft crusader Anna Hazare, 72, carried out his threat to go on a fastunto-death till the government agrees to enact a law to set up a powerful lokpal (ombudsman).

‘Dhoni: adaptable & Tendulkar: ethical’

Mapping Team India’s Leadership and Personality Type Through Enneagram Throws Up A Winning Combination


Ashu Roy CS/B.Tech/1987 eGain CEO named Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year® 2008 award finalist

Mountain View, Calif. (June 11, 2008) - eGain (OTC BB: EGAN.OB), the leading* provider of multichannel customer service and knowledge management software for in-house or on-demand deployment, today announced that the company's chairman and CEO Ashu Roy has been selected as a finalist for the Northern California Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2008 Award.

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