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LED to be made mandatory to understand developments and integrate LED with solar

Energy efficient Light emitting diodes LED are to be made mandatory in the national off-grid solar programme, an expert working with the Indian government said on Friday at the inauguration of the 15th LED Expo. "The incandescent and Compact Fluorescent Lamp CFL era has ended and there is a wave of innovation LEDs are bringing in the industry. LED Expo is a great platform to see innovations, understand developments and integrate LED with solar," he added...

Sushma Swaraj helps rape victims despite of her weak medical condition

The External Affairs Minister, Sushma Swaraj has asked the Kerala government to speed up the trial in rape case of a Japanese woman in Kerala’s Kovalam district last month. Also she spoke to the Lt Governor of Delhi to register a case and find out the culprit. Though Sushma is facing severe medical condition it does not seem like she has stopped working. She has also helped a London-based NRI seeking help in renewing his passport. Her recent tweets relating to these cases show that not even her kidney ..

‘Humanoid robot’ designed by Coimbatore based engineer to help reduce work pressure of bankers

Amid the ongoing demonetization drive, a recent innovation by Coimbatore based software engineer and designer Vijay of a humanoid Robot to help people at banks may prove to be sigh of relief to bankers and customers. Vijay claims that, “This robot helps bank customers by telling them how to open account and also gives info of existing accounts, understands 15 languages.” The sole aim of this robot will be to help customers at the banks, answer Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and also provide informatio..

NIA finds terror outfit CORCOM behind killing of ex-chairman of PREPAK; case re-registered

National Investigation Agency registered a case in connection with Arms act. The case was re-registered on in compliance with the Ministry of home Affairs. The case was registered at National Investigation Agency Police station in Guwahati. The case has been re-registered from the original FIR vide case of Heingang PS Case No. 108(6)/2016, dated 22.06.2016. The case relates to the killing of one Ningombam Nabachandra Singh also named as Nongdrenkhomba, who was Ex- Chairman of PREPAK (People's Revolutionary ..

Centre launches ‘Stanpan Suraksha’ app to promote breastfeeding

In a bid to keep a check on inappropriate promotion of baby food items that discourage breastfeeding practice centre launched a ‘Stanpan Suraksha’, a mobile application. The app will also provide users with assistance from a number of trained breastfeeding counsellors, during their antenatal and postnatal period. This application will nab those who violate the Feeding Bottles and Infant Foods (Regulation of Production, Supply and Distribution) Act, 1992 (IMS Act). This Act aims to protect and promote ..

Uttarakhand needs to promote a separate hill farming policy reveals ASSOCHAM study

A recent ASSOCHAM-RNCOS joint study ‘Agri business outlook in Uttarakhand,’ revealed that Uttarakhand has a meager 14 per cent net sown area, more so as 3/5th of the state’s total working population is engaged in agriculture, according to which the state needs to promote a separate hill farming policy. The study suggested that the state should aim to make agriculture more productive, sustainable, and remunerative and climate resilient by promoting location specific, integrated/composite farming systems. ..

Zimbabwe bowler Brian Vitori’s bowling action comes under review by ICC

Zimbabwe pace bowler Brian Vitori was agains surrounded by problems when his bowling action came under review again. The fast bowler of the African nation has been reported for a suspected illegal bowling action during the final of the tri-series in Bulawayo on Sunday which Sri Lanka won by six wickets.The Match Officials’ Report, which was handed over to the Zimbabwe management, cited concerns about the legality of the 26-year-old’s bowling action during the course of the match. Vitori had been suspended ..

Project ‘Raftaar’ to accelerate average speed of trains by 25 km/hr in next five years

As announced in Railway Budget 2016-17, ‘Mission Raftaar’ was launched with the objective of doubling of average speed of freight trains, and increasing the average speed of all non-suburban passenger trains by 25 kilometre per hour (kmph) in next 5 years.A cross-functional mission directorate has been created in Railway Board and inter-alia entrusted with- Identification of major impediments to mobility and plan of action to overcome these impediments through improvements in fixed infrastructure, rollin..