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Visitors banned from taking photo, video of Parliament House Complex

Visitors banned from taking photo, video of Parliament House Complex

An order to this effect has been brought in force through a recent circular.

Creating a real person out of photographs

Researchers at University of Washington have developed a new system that can capture the 'persona' of a real person out of vast number of images and create a digital model of that person.

Photos of Indian, African wildlife on show in Kolkata

Over 30 photographs capturing the biodiversity in and around Indian and African national parks are on display here at an exhibition to promote conservation.

Photographic exhibition on Yoga across 20 countries

Indian embassies across 20 countries are set to hold an exhibition of photographs by art historian Benoy K Behl, all through this month, to commemorate the International Yoga Day on June 21.

PM received gifts worth Rs 3.11 lakh on foreign tours: RTI

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has received 65 gifts worth Rs 3.11 lakh during his foreign visits in the past ten months since assuming charge last year, an RTI query revealed.

Islamic State photos purport to show unharmed Palmyra ruins

Islamic State posted photographs online which it said were taken in the central Syrian city of Palmyra and appeared to show its ancient ruins unharmed since the hardline group seized it from government forces.

Tamil Nadu govt seeks review of SC order prohibiting leaders' photos on ads

The Tamil Nadu government has approached the Supreme Court to seek a review of the latter's ruling prohibiting ruling parties from publishing photographs of political leaders or ministers, except that of the President, Prime Minister and Chief Justice of India, in government advertisements.

Selfie obsession is not just narcissism

London, Feb 15 (IANS) Is one's love for selfies just an exercise in self-obsession? Perhaps not.

New research suggests that clicking selfie's could actually be an empowering activity, helping young people to develop their identity, and boost confidence and self-esteem.

Selfie obsession may cost you your job

Selfie obsession may cost you your job

According to a study, users who click too many 'selfies' not only reflect narcissistic traits but also demonstrate a lack of self-control to employers.

Man poses IRS officer, arrested; maps of army camps recovered

A man was on Thursday arrested for allegedly extorting money posing as an Indian Revenue Services officer also maps, photographs and video of army training camps have been recovered from him, police said.

Harvard under fire for secret classroom photos

Faculty and students are criticising Harvard University for secretly photographing about 2,000 students in 10 lecture halls last spring as part of a study on classroom attendance.

World's first selfie-taking, wearable drone!

Brace up for cool flying selfies as researchers have developed what could be the world`s first wearable drone that can fly high to take your photographs.

Preity Zinta gives police photos of bruised hand to back assault claim

Bollywood actress Preity Zinta has submitted four photographs to Mumbai police showing bruises on her hand to back her claim of criminal assault against her ex-boyfriend Ness Wadia even as the industrialist shared with investigators the contact details of witnesses he wants examined, police said today.

Cheryl Cole slams Twitter trolls

Singer Cheryl Cole pays no attention to the negative comments she receives on social media, and says that people who condemn on social networking websites, need to get a life.

Govt to keep DNA profile, photographs of unidentified victims

All unidentified victims of the Uttarakhand disaster will be photographed and their DNA profiles kept in safety custody to help family members identify them in future.

Kim Kardashian shares childhood picture of her sisters in matching outfits

Reality TV star Kim Kardashian has posted a childhood photo of her and sisters in matching Christmas outifts.

26/11 case: India welcomes presenting of evidence in Pakistan court

Photographs of LeT training camps in Sindh used by the 10 terrorists who attacked Mumbai are among evidence presented to a Pak anti-terrorism court conducting the trial of 7 Pakistanis charged with involvement in 26/11 attacks.

The story of the printing press told through photographs

A twenty year stint in publishing seems time enough to get a fair insight into the journey of printing. Instead of a routine essay on the subject, publishing
veteran Ananth Padmanabhan, chooses to convey that story via photos.

Rare photos of 1912 Calcutta discovered in UK?

A hitherto unknown collection of photographs capturing life and times of 1912 Calcutta has been discovered in a shoebox.

Photographs, litho-prints declared rare manuscripts

The National Archives of India has revamped two assistance schemes to include digitisation of archival photographs and prints.