Soon, silk devices to repair broken bones

Metal devices to fix broken bones may soon be a thing of the past. Using pure silk protein derived from silkworm cocoons, investigators have developed surgical plates and screws that bond the broken sections and enable a fracture to heal.

2G case: Maran may be questioned soon

CBI is likely to question
former Telecom Minister Dayanidhi Maran in connection with
alleged favours shown to by him in spectrum allocation to some
telecom companies as alleged by former Aircel Chief C
Sivasankaran.

India-Pak may have relaxed visa regime soon

India and Pakistan will soon have
a relaxed visa regime that will facilitate easier travel for
journalists, businessmen, children and senior citizens of both
the countries.

Congress to decide soon on joining Mamata ministry

With Mamata Banerjee wanting it to
join the Trinamool Congress-led government in West Bengal,
Congress is likely to take a decision on the matter shortly.

Film on Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore`s life

A film on Nobel laureate Rabindranath Tagore`s life is to be made soon. In the year of the poet`s 150th birth anniversary, director Sangeeta Datta plans to capture the bard`s literary excellence on camera.

Dino Morea and Nandita Mahtani to tie the knot soon

Friends of the couple have revealed to a leading daily that the pair does not want to rush into matrimony.

Star Trek `teleportation` could be a reality soon

Researchers are using a special laser which could potentially draw small items towards a target.

‘Shaadi 3 Crore Ki’ to be launched soon

According to sources, actors Mona Singh and Ali Asgar will host the show.

Goa soon to have women firefighters

Women are set to join the Goa Fire
and Emergency Services, currently the preserve of men, from
next year.

`Aadhaar` may soon stand for KYC norms: Nilekani

Unique Identification Authority
(UIDAI) chairman Nandan Nilekani on Thursday said he was expecting
the Finance Ministry`s nod soon for his proposal to make the
UID number equal to the KYC norms for opening no-frills
accounts.

Obama hopes START treaty will pass Congress soon

US President Barack Obama
on Thursday said he hoped that a landmark nuclear weapons deal with
Russia would win Congress approval before the end of this
year.