Sunday , 21 January 2018
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Zinc and steel producers close in on the next technological leap for producing galvanised auto body material

Steel has been used to make automobiles since the early 1900s but corrosion resistance features became standard in vehicles beginning in the early 1980s when Japanese cars gained entrance to the U.S. market. North American-made vehicles were having “real rust problems” that couldn’t be fought merely with heavier, and more expensive, paint. By the mid-1980s, one really had to galvanize ... Read More »

Intel Aims To Change the World, But Needs Bug Fix First

Ahead of today’s kickoff of CES 2018 in Las Vegas, which runs through Friday, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich last night introduced show-goers to a number of new technologies and initiatives his company is rolling out. They include partnerships for autonomous driving, electric air transport, 3D and immersive-reality video, advanced drones, neuromorphic computing, and quantum computing. Krzanich’s talk on “How Data ... Read More »

Panelists name being used to lend credibility to the film: Maharana Mahendra Singh Mewar

‘Rajputs need no certificate from CBFC’ Udaipur : Another member to hit hard on the CBFC’s move on ‘Padmavati’ certification is Maharana Mahendra Singh, the eldest person in the Mewar royal household. In a letter sent to Smriti Irani and RajyaVardhan Singh Rathore, the union and state ministers respectively for Information and Broadcasting, Maharana Mahendra Singh complained of the questionable conduct and ... Read More »

World’s first Children’s temple to come up soon in Banswara

Udaipur : In a bid to combat malnutrition and spread awareness on child rights, a Children’s Temple would soon be built in tribal dominant Ghatol block of Banswara district. The Bhil community has announced to provide free land for the temple and funds would be raised by means of donation. The announcement was jointly made by Banswara-Dungarpur MP Manshankar Ninama and ... Read More »

Jerusalem as Israel capital: Saudi Arabia seen on board with US peace efforts

BEIRUT/RIYADH/AMMAN: Saudi Arabia pulled no punches when it condemned US President Donald Trump’s move to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. But Palestinian officials say Riyadh has also been working for weeks behind the scenes to press them to support a nascent US peace plan. Trump reversed decades of US policy on Wednesday with his announcement and instructions to ... Read More »

3 killed in shooting at office park in Maryland

EDGEWOOD, Md.: A gunman opened fire at a Marylandoffice park on Wednesday morning, killing three co-workers and wounding two others, authorities and the business owner said. Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler identified the shooter as 37-year-old Radee Labeeb Prince. He said Prince opened fire with a handgun and then fled the Emmorton Business Park in Edgewood. Police were looking for him, and he ... Read More »

Bokha, World’s first tiger was re-introduced in erstwhile Dungarpur state!

  ‘Only grave of a tiger in the country with an epitaph’ Udaipur : While proposals are underway on relocation of tigers in various reserves, many few may know that the erstwhile rulers of Dungarpur state were the first on the world to have conducted Tiger re-location. It was 90 years ago in 1928 when Maharawal Laxman Singh ordered for relocation ... Read More »

Some of the World’s Ethereal Stargazing Spots

Have you ever felt humbled and overwhelmed at the same time by the beauty of our world in a clear, star-studded sky? It is the stuff for lovers, astrologers, contemplators, and fairy tales-seekers when seeing the stars with the naked eye. Stargazing lets you feel the immensity of the skies, our universe, and the entire galaxy yet to be fully ... Read More »