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ISRO’s Mars Orbiter Crosses Moon's Orbit

ISRO’s Mars Orbiter Crosses Moon's OrbitAccording to ISRO sources, Mars Orbiter has successfully crossed Moon's orbit and is now travelling beyond Earth's natural satellite. This feat has been achieved after it was placed in inter-Mars trajectory.

Diabetes and Hypertension Detection Camp in Manipur

Diabetes and Hypertension Detection Camp in ManipurIn a bid to address the concerns of diabetes and hypertension, SKY Group of Hospitals conducted a 10-day Free Diabetes and Hypertension Detection Camp at Hapta, Manipur, from 21st November to 30th November. Diabetes and Hypertension are known as two silent killers and common causes of heart attack, heart failure, stroke and kidney failure.

Micromax and Ericsson in a brawl in India

Micromax and Ericsson in a brawl in IndiaOn Thursday Ericsson said that it would cooperate fully with the investigation of antitrust probe which has been brought against it in India.

PAU scientists grow black carrots for malnourished Indians

PAU scientists grow black carrots for malnourished IndiansThe vegetable researchers of Punjab Agricultural University (PAU) here have given the colossal malnourished segment of Indian populace the best product for their problems in the form of black carrot.

Stacked with advantageous anti-oxidants and micronutrients, the vegetable is a brilliant blood cleaning agent, thus can help cure anaemia, blockage, and stomach scatters.

MOM is better than MAVEN, say ISRO Scientists

MOM is better than MAVEN, say ISRO ScientistsIndia has recently launched its Mars Orbiter Mission to explore the Red Planet for finding clues of life there. With the launch of MOM, it has become inevitable to make comparisons between Indian spacecrafts andAmerican ones.

CCI begins investigation into royalties charged by Ericsson in India

CCI begins investigation into royalties charged by Ericsson in IndiaThe Competition Commission of India (CCI) has initiated an anti-trust investigation to ascertain whether the royalties charged by Swedish telecoms equipment maker Ericsson for its patented cellphone technology are excessive and discriminatory.

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