A team of Indian-American researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) and at the University of Utah at Salt Lake City, has used an ingenious process to enable curcumin to kill
Corporate India will reap rich from the Indian space programme over the next couple of years with a stream of Satellites lined up for launch in a crowded schedule that could result in two launches a
Marking the 99th birth anniversary of India's space pioneer Vikram Sarabhai, the state-run Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) on Sunday unveiled his bust at its headquarters here.
Following is the scoreboard on the second day of the four day unofficial 'test' match being played at Alur grounds in the city today. India I innings (O/N 322/4): Prithvi Shaw c Second b Nortje
Golfer Khalin Joshi celebrated his 26th birthday with a stunning seven-under 64 that saw him rise to the tied second spot, just one stroke behind Miguel Carballo (67) of Dynamos at the Take Solutions
Heavy rains of up to 15 cm lashed coastal and southern Karnataka, causing rivers to overflow and creating a flood-like situation in villages and towns in the region, said an official on Saturday.
After losing the first match badly, South Africa A bounced back in style restricting India A to 345 in the first innings and replied with 219 for 3 on the second day of the four-day unofficial 'test'
Karnataka Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy on Saturday turned into a farmer to sow seeds for a bumper paddy crop at a farm at Aralakuppe village in Mandya district, about 100 km from here.
Mahadayi row: BJP govt is showing step motherly attitude towards Karnataka on the issue: Veteran freedom fighter
Veteran freedom fighter and nonagenarian H S Doreswamy today alleged that the BJP, which is heading the NDA government at the Centre, is showing step motherly attitude towards Karnataka on Mahadayi is
Following is a summary of observations recorded in weather office Here at 0830 hrs on Saturday. Southwest Monsoon has been weak over North Interior Karnataka. Rainfall occurred at most places over Coa
CCB sleuths have arrested two members, including a woman, of a four member gang who were cheating job aspirants by collecting money by promising them jobs in the armed forces. Police said on Saturday
Wipro Consumer Care & Lighting would offer scholarships for higher education to girls from economically weaker families in the three southern state of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, the comp