Daily Archives: December 2, 2017

IIT scientists will reduce your dependency over electricity

DAINIK NATION BUREAU If you get upset with your inflated electricity bill and worried over the depleting ozone layer due to excessive use of Ac then don’t worry because scientists are busy in research to find out its permanent solution. In this regard IIT, Roorkee has joined hand with the scientist of UK university. They have been jointly working on ...

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Kohli-Vijay combo plunder Sri Lanka on Day 1


Kohli (156*) notched up his 20th Test century while donning the aggressor’s role and Murali Vijay (155) brought up his 11th triple-figure score, playing second fiddle. The duo added 283 runs for the third wicket and India went on to finish the day at 371 for four. For the brief while Kohli batted in the first session, he showed what ...

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Bangalore-based startup first to compete AI Facebook challenge


A Bangalore-based startup is claimed to have become the first company in the world to successfully complete a difficult 20-part challenge in Artificial Intelligence created by Facebook in 2015. Using a unique approach, DataVal Analytics successfully completed all 20 tasks of the test, known as the (20) QA bAbi Tasks, with 100 per cent accuracy. The test, hosted by Facebook ...

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Work in progress to develop 6 nuclear powered submarines by Indian Navy


The government has begun a project to develop six nuclear-powered attack submarines which will boost the Indian Navy’s overall strike capabilities. The project comes at a time when the country is witnessing China’s naval build-up and its increasing military manoeuvring in the Indo-Pacific region. The initiation of the ambitious project was confirmed by Indian Navy Chief Admiral Sunil Lanba, who ...

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All deemed universities should get AICTE nod says SC

Deemed-to-be universities across the nation offering technical and engineering courses should henceforth get sanction from the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE). All these years, such universities had been reporting to the University Grants Commission (UGC). They also used to take their own decision on matters like increasing seats or starting a new course as there was no regulating ...

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