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Monday, May 20, 2013
RoboBee makes first controlled flight
In culmination of more than a decade`s work, an insect-sized robot took its first controlled in a Ha...
Kumbh Mela study to be presented at Harvard
A study about the Kumbh Mela pilgrimage in India will be presented at an annual symposium on South A...
Akhilesh heads for Harvard to share Kumbh success mantra
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav left for the US to deliver a lecture at the Harvard Busi...
Iraq, Afghan wars will cost US between $4-6 trillion: Harvard study
Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan will cost the US between 4-6 trillion dollars in the long term, a study...
Harvard invites Akhilesh after successful Kumbh
After Uttar Pradesh played host to world`s largest religious congregation during Mahakumbh in Allaha...
Netaji Research Bureau misusing funds, claims Bose family
Alleging misuse of government funds and distortion of history related to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose...
Harvard in new scandal over secret e-mail search
The Ivy League Harvard College apologised as it was embroiled in a fresh controversy over how it tri...
Harvard secretly searched deans` emails for media leak: Report
Reports say Harvard University administrators secretly searched the emails of 16 deans last fall, lo...
Ajay Maken, Sam Pitroda to address Harvard India conference
Top Indian politicians, economists and corporate executives will deliver keynote addresses at the tw...
Harvard to address contradictions in India`s growth story
Top business leaders, entertainment professionals and philanthropists will come together to address ...
Black hole spinning at speed of light
The outer reaches of a `supermassive` black hole, more than two million miles across, or eight times...
Dying stars may hold clues to extraterrestrial life
Researchers studying Earth-like planets orbiting white dwarf stars have concluded that dying stars c...
Sweat mutation may have helped humans colonise Asia
A single mutation produced several traits common in East Asian peoples, from thicker hair to denser ...
CAG will uncover instances of crony capitalism: Vinod Rai
Vinod Rai on Thursday said the public auditor would endeavour to uncover instances of crony capitali...
`Earth-like planets may be in our own backyard`
Astronomers believe that Earth-like planets could be all around us, and some may even harbour life t...
Harvard University punishes 60 students in cheating scandal
Over 60 students at the Harvard University have been forced to withdraw and several others disciplin...
Harvard varsity students plan India-Pakistan peace vigil
In the wake of tensions between India and Pakistan, South Asian students of Harvard University have ...
Maha Kumbh now a Harvard case study
The Maha Kumbh Mela, considered the largest public gathering in the world, will be the subject of a ...
`Bone` of Milky Way identified
Astronomers have identified a new structure in the Milky Way - a long tendril of dust and gas that t...
‘Britain most powerful nation on earth’
Britain has once again emerged as the most powerful nation on earth, when it comes to "soft power", ...
New species of dwarf dinosaur discovered
A new species of dwarf dinosaur with vampire fangs and bristling quills walked the prehistoric Earth...
Harvard not yet publishing claims Jesus had wife
Divinity school Prof Karen King announced the papyrus fragment was the only existing ancient text in...
Harvard University probes mass exam `cheating`
Students found responsible of academic dishonesty could face disciplinary actions including withdraw...
America has much to learn from Sikhs: Harvard professor
A Harvard professor has said Sikhs have emerged as a role model for Americans.
Massive black hole `hurtling` through space found
Astronomers have found what they say is a huge black hole several million times the size of the Sun ...
Sandberg first woman to be named to Facebook Board
Facebook has named its Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg as a member of its Board of Directors...
Stars trade rogue planets just like baseball teams
Billions of stars in our galaxy have harboured rogue planets that once roamed interstellar space, ac...
Ivy League to hold debate in Hindi
The annual Yale Hindi Debate was conceptualised and founded by Nikhil Sud, a 2006 graduate of St Col...
Harvard meet on where India is headed
International leaders from government, business, non-profit, media and entertainment sectors are mee...
Sharks` remarkable skin boosts swimming
Swimming comes effortlessly to sharks, thanks to their streamlined shapes and coating of razor sharp...
Indian-American student triggers Harvard probe
There are 14.7 million Americans of Asian descent only, plus 2.6 million who are multiracial includi...
Indian appointed adviser to Harvard Univ president
Indian academician Krishna Palepu has an honorary doctorate from the Helsinki School of Economics an...
Gumby-like flexible robot crawls in tight spaces
Harvard scientists have built a new type of flexible robot that is limber enough to wiggle and worm ...
Occupiers finally arrive at Harvard too!
Harvard released a statement explaining its decision to close the Yard.
Cambridge world`s top varsity, Harvard, MIT follow
Over 33,000 global academics and 16,000 graduate employers were surveyed.
Harvard`s door open for Mark to finish his degree
Looks like Facebook`s billionaire founder and Harvard`s famous dropout Mark Zuckerberg still has the...
Harvard scientist on trail of new species of butterflies
A scientist of Harvard University, who has been trekking all over Sikkim, is hoping to find new spec...
Harvard honours SEWA founder Ela Bhatt
Ela Bhatt, the founder of NGO Self-Employed Women`s Association (SEWA), was on Saturday awarded th...
Obama`s playboy father was forced to leave Harvard
New documents about senior Obama have emerged claiming that he was forced to leave Harvard universit...
26/11: Taj attack now a case study at Harvard
The study focusses on "why did the Taj employees stayed at their posts to save hotel guests".
Indian firm catches the eye of Harvard B-School
An award winning drip irrigation technology developed by an Indian company that has caught the atten...
Indian farmers address Harvard University
Two small time farmers address Harvard University about the successful drip irrigation techniques.
Tata Group gifts $50 mn to Harvard Business School
The gift comes from Tata Companies, the Sir Dorabji Tata Trust and the Tata Education and Developmen...
Indian appointed prof in Harvard School of Design
America`s prestigious Harvard University has appointed renowned Indian urban designer and educator R...
Anand Mahindra gifts Harvard $10 mn
Indian industrialist Anand Mahindra has given Harvard University $10 million, the largest gift for t...
Indian-origin woman named Professor at Harvard
Noted academician Gita Gopinath has been named professor of economics at the prestigious Harvard Uni...
IITian to be Harvard Business School Dean
IIT Mumbai alumnus Nitin Nohria is all set to assume his role as Dean of the prestigious Harvard B...
Republicans challenge Kagan on military at Harvard
Challenged bluntly by Republicans, SC nominee Elena Kagan said the Pentagon`s recruiters had access ...
Astronomers witness birth of a star
Astronomers have witnessed the birth of a star that could be youngest known to us.
Harvard gets first Indian-origin Dean
Harvard B-School has appointed IIT-Mumbai alumni Nitin Nohria its 10th Dean.
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