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Monthly Archives: March 2015

The evolution of robotics continues to amaze the most savvy technology enthusiasts. Recent developments include robotic ants and butterflies as well as two major companies working together on robotic surgery advances. Read more →...

By Stacey Doyle on Mar 31st, 2015

The other day as one opened the newspapers one found that one essential difference between India and Pakistan had been obliterated by events in the two countries. While two of the Lahore churches were subjected to suicide bombing killing as...

By Proloy Bagchi on Mar 26th, 2015

Think it over any which way   Arif Ahmad All of us the sworn warring enemies of today Read more →...

By Arif Ahmad on Mar 24th, 2015

Remember that cup holder that went viral a few months back that let you drive with practically no worries of spilling you beverage?  Well, the wait is over: you can pre-order a version designed to work in any vehicle with a cylindrical-opening...

By Record on Mar 22nd, 2015

Whether in South Africa or in India poaching of rhinos has assumed alarming levels. In South Africa, which has the largest population of rhinos and which is an important country for their conservation, poaching has reached a crisis point so...

By Proloy Bagchi on Mar 14th, 2015

I was on Facebook in late February and found a trending page about “Dimebag Darrell’s Grave Desecration. It led me to the rock group’s, Pantera’s, Facebook page which was saying that a person or group of people had gone...

By Texas Music Reporter on Mar 11th, 2015

Guitarist John Brewster and his brother Rick (also an ‘axeman’) formed the now legendary Angels, with vocalist Doc Neeson and drummer Charlie King, way back in 1974, though the ‘classic’ lineup is generally considered...

By Adrian Peel on Mar 10th, 2015

Around the time we were in Srinagar two artists from Gwalior also happened to be there. Both of them were reputed artists. One of them, who used to be a friend of my brother, decided to visit Shopian, probably, to take in the Pir Panjaals from...

By Proloy Bagchi on Mar 3rd, 2015

Many revolutionary products and concepts were featured at the SLAS 2015 Conference, held in Washington DC from Feb. 7-11. One of the unique products introduced at the Conference was the PlateCrane SciClops from Hudson Robotics. Read more →...

By Stacey Doyle on Mar 2nd, 2015