The five-day National Krishi Mela being organised by the University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore, concluded in a grand style with a record over three lakh people turning up on the last day of the event on Sunday.
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The newly introduced Bureau of Energy Efficiency labelling regime for laptops is set to gain traction in the coming days, with one more major manufacturer about to adopt it and others getting ready to follow suit, according to the Manufacturers' Association of Information Technology.
Governments worldwide have successfully deployed mobile-based technologies for providing a wide variety of public services, and the Indian States are following suit.
Rocket science isn't easily explainable in 140 characters, but NASA is asking a group of people to do just that with a series of VIP tours for some of its ardent Twitter followers.
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Google unveiled its much-anticipated digital music store, opening a new front in its battle with Apple to provide services over mobile devices.For the first time, Google Inc. will sell songs on the Android Market, its online store for apps, movies and books.
By Wednesday afternoon, media reports that some two lakh Facebook users' accounts in Bangalore had been compromised, and weblinks to morphed pornographic pictures of individuals were being posted to news feeds, went viral on the web.
As a component of the Tamil Nadu Bio-diversity Conservation and Greening project, the State Forest Department has an ambitious plan of raising 10 crore trees in farmlands spread over 1.43 lakh hectares at a cost of Rs 182 crore over the next five years.
The test-flight of Agni-IV, India's most advanced long-range missile was “a stupendous success” on Tuesday, with the missile covering a range of more than 3,000 km in 20 minutes of fluent flight.
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