India's light transport aircraft Saras completes second test-flight
The light transport aircraft project, abandoned after an accident while being flight-tested in 2009, has been revived with NAL making design and system modifications and improvements on the Saras PT 1 model
Hackers hijack Tesla's Amazon cloud account to mine crypto-currency
The attack on Tesla is the latest in a string of crypto-jacking attacks where thieves hijack unsuspecting victims' computers to generate virtual currencies
World's first solar fuels reactor for night passes test
International solar thermal energy researchers have successfully tested a solar reactor that runs on air, is able to make any solar fuel like hydrogen and can be run day or night using concentrated solar power
Bangladesh bourse rejects NSE-led bid, opts for Chinese partners
The Dhaka Stock Exchange has decided to sell a 25-per cent stake to a Chinese consortium, rejecting a rival bid by India's NSE and Nasdaq of the US though reports say the deal in not final and India still harbours hopes
Private hospitals fleecing patients on consumables, diagnostics
An analysis of bills from four reputed private hospitals in Delhi and NCR by the NPPA reveals that they are making profits of up to 1,737 per cent on drugs, consumables and diagnostics that are not price controlled
Oil-eating microbes are challenged in the Arctic
Bacteria play a major role in cleaning up oil spills and mitigating its environmental impacts. A new review examines the major limiting factors for microbial degradation in Arctic environments
Union Budget: 2018-19
Economic Survey: 2017-18

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  Not LTCG, not US effect it was simple market correction
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  New, forward-looking report outlines research path to sustainable cities
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  Aadhaar depriving countless Indians of access to services: Amnesty, HRW
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