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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a branch of computer science that enables machines and robots to perform tasks such as speech and visual recognition, translation of the languages and virtual decision-making on behalf of the human being. Today, the use of artificial intelligence is not restricted to gaming and data management. Its ambit has encompassed a variety of applications in almost every industry, be it automobile, health, educa..
Indian Community School Management KUWAIT: The Indian Community School, Kuwait (ICSK) management sought to provide clarification to dispel false speculation about the school through visual media raised by a board member whose term is expiring in a few days against the board and management. The management state that the school is functioning in a very smooth and transparent manner strictly as per the provisions of the la..
A Massachusetts-based startup called Brain Power is developing Google Glass app to help autistic kids learn social and communication skills. The app will also provide feedback to care-givers on how to help austistic children cope with their life. Called the Empowered Brain Suite for Autism, the app encourages kids to interact with their parents and make eye contact by presenting exercises like a game, TechCrunch re..
Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU), Belagavi, has dethroned Bangalore University (BU) as the educational institution that was most searched this year in Bengaluru, as far as Google search trends go. VTU, one of the largest technological varsities in the country, made it to the top of the list it was not even part of last year. According to Google Zeitgeist 2014, VTU managed to get most Internet surfers in Bengaluru..
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Antarctic fishes that manufacture their own "antifreeze" proteins to survive in the icy Southern Ocean also suffer an unfortunate side effect, researchers report: The protein-bound ice crystals that accumulate inside their bodies resist melting even when temperatures warm. The finding is reported in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. "We discovered what appears to be an undesirable conse..
The fluorine in your toothpaste was likely formed billions of years ago in now dead stars of the same type as our sun, astronomers said. The findings support the theory that fluorine is formed in stars similar to the sun but heavier, towards the end of their existence. The sun and the planets in our solar system have then been formed out of material from these dead stars. "So, the fluorine in our toothpaste originates from..
On September 9, Apple made giant strides into the technology market with the release of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. And one more thing.... the Apple Watch. 1. Apple Watch will start at $349 and will be available early next year. It works with iPhone 5, 5c, 5s, 6, and 6 Plus. 2. The Apple Watch sports a flat screen with sapphire glass and has a ‘digital crown’ with a twisting control that lets the user scroll through di..
New Zealand has emerged as a popular destination for Indian students, the country's high commissioner to India has said. There was an increase of 83 percent in the number of student visas issued to Indians between January and July this year, compared to the same period last year, Grahame Morton said here Friday. According to latest figures released by the state-run Education New Zealand (ENZ) department, first-time stud..
Where the river meets the sea, there is the potential to harness a significant amount of renewable energy, according to a team of mechanical engineers at MIT. The researchers evaluated an emerging method of power generation called pressure retarded osmosis (PRO), in which two streams of different salinity are mixed to produce energy. In principle, a PRO system would take in river water and seawater on either side of a semi-permeable mem..
(Reuters) - It has long been known that the practice of mummification of the dead in ancient Egypt - fundamental to that civilization's belief in eternal life - was old, but only now are researchers unwrapping the mystery of just how long ago it began. Researchers on Wednesday said a form of mummification was being carried out there more than six thousand years ago, much earlier than previously thought. They said embalming substances..
Ants may be one of the earth's most powerful biological climate brokers, a study claims. The sheer biological mass of ants working in rhythm could have removed significant quantities of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere since the insects expanded their numbers starting 65 million years ago, researchers claim. On an average, an ant lives and dies in less than a year, but the long-term impact of the ants on soil is signifi..
Researchers have found that African elephants have the largest number of olfactory receptor (OR) genes ever characterised - more than twice than that of dogs and five times more than humans. The ability to distinguish different odours, which is important for sniffing out food, avoiding predators, and finding mates, depends on the number and type of olfactory receptors found in an organism's genome. 'Apparently, an elephant&#..
Infants can tell the difference between sounds of all languages until about 8 months of age when their brains start to focus only on the sounds they hear around them. It's been unclear how this transition occurs, but social interactions and caregivers' use of exaggerated "parentese" style of speech seem to help. University of Washington research in 7- and 11-month-old infants shows that speech sounds stimulate areas of the brain..
These rarest-of-rare species are found in small habitats and most of them are endangered The Zoological Survey of India has discovered 248 new animal species in different parts of the country in 2013. Of them, 162 are insects, 19 are arachnids, 36 are fish, five are amphibians and two are reptiles. “These rarest-of-rare species are found in small habitats and most of them are endangered,” K. Venkataraman, director of Zoolo..
With its ‘airbag technology’, the invisible helmet scores over the conventional ones While every car comes with an airbag to ensure safety, this technology has not yet reached its economic potential for motorcyclists and cyclists. But, a new helmet in the market, called Hvding, is set to change all that. Anna Haupt and Terise Alstin are the people behind Hvding, a Swedish company that is developing ..
Economics and computer sciences were two subjects much sought after in the admissions for the four-year under-graduate programme of Delhi University, according to an official release here Friday. Releasing the course-wise application data for the first time, the university said a total of 158,372 students have applied for economics while 102,086 applied for computer sciences. History also seems to be quite popular with 99,895 studen..
UC Santa Barbara doctoral candidate Caitlin Fong travels to French Polynesia often but not for vacation. She goes there to study a coral reef ecosystem influenced by human impacts such as overfishing and nutrient pollution. Her work focuses not only on biological changes but also methods scientists use to determine within-group group responses to ecological processes. The findings are published in ESA Ecology, a journal of the Ecological S..
Since the days of Darwin, biologists have questioned why certain plants occur in widely separated places, the farthest reaches of North American and the Southern tip of South America but nowhere in between. How did they get there? An international team of researchers have now found an important piece of the puzzle: migratory birds about to fly to South America from the Arctic harbor small plant parts in their feathers. In the past several decades, sc..
Work presented today at the Goldschmidt Geochemistry Conference in Sacramento, California shows that the timing of the giant impact between Earth's ancestor and a planet-sized body occurred around 40 million years after the start of solar system formation. This means that the final stage of Earth's formation is around 60 million years older than previously thought. Geochemists from the University of Lorraine in N..
New research from the Department of Neuroscience at the University of Minnesota reveals that rats show 'regret' -- a cognitive behavior once thought to be uniquely and fundamentally human. Research findings were recently published in Nature Neuroscience. To measure the cognitive behavior of regret, A. David Redish, Ph.D., a professor of neuroscience in the University of Minnesota Department of Neuroscience, and A..
Book on PROFITABLE CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT: — Concept, Metrics and Strategies: Consumer’s sovereignty is a central principle in the operation of the free market economy, wherein the will and want of the customer rule the roost. Mahatma Gandhi famously wrote: “A customer is the most important visitor on our premises. He is not dependent on us. We are dependent on him. He is not an interruption in our work. He is the p..
Babies recognise human language because they are born with the basic, foundational knowledge about the sound pattern of human languages, a study shows. “The results suggest that the sound patterns of human languages are the product of an inborn biological instinct, very much like birdsong,” said professor Iris Berent from Northeastern University in Boston. For the study, the researchers looked at how young babies per..
Some people think football is a matter of life and death. I assure you, it’s much more serious than that — so said William ‘Bill’ Shankly, the great Liverpool manager. The Scot, though, doesn’t figure at all in Brian Glanville’s The Story of the World Cup as Scotland did not participate in the first three World Cups — even England, the birthplace of the game, decided to ..
ICSK OFFERS NEW COURSES FOR CLASS XI & XII; REGISTRATION EXTENDED TILL 05/04/2014; LIMITED SEATS ALSO AVAILABLE FOR 6TH, 7TH, 8TH, 9TH, 11TH CLASSES; The Indian Community School, Kuwait announces new Courses for Classes XI and XII for the academic year 2014-15. The new courses are Fashion Studies, Graphic Designing, Mass Media Studies, Multimedia & Web Technology, Psychology, Home Science, Physical Education, History and ..
Wild salamanders living in some of North America's best salamander habitat are getting smaller as their surroundings get warmer and drier, forcing them to burn more energy in a changing climate. That's the key finding of a new study, published March 25 in the journal Global Change Biology, that examined museum specimens caught in the Appalachian Mountains from 1957 to 2007 and wild salamanders measured at the same sites in 2011..
Children as young as seven are spending so much time on technology than with family that it is affecting the relationships between parents and kids, says a survey. According to the second annual Halifax Insurance Digital Home Index, a study offered by banking chain Halifax, one-third of 7 to 8-year-olds, two-thirds of 9 to 11-year-olds, and nearly nine in ten of 12 to 14-year-olds now own a mobile phone. However, 60 perc..
In what could be called a game changer in search of life outside our galaxy, astronomers have used a digital camera imaging technology to take a picture of a planet far from our solar system with an earth-based telescope. University of Arizona (UA) researchers snapped images of a planet outside our solar system with an earth-based telescope using essentially the same type of imaging sensor found in digital cameras instead of an inf..
Current virus detection systems look for viruses that are present on the Internet or computers. But this contagious airborne virus can badly hit less-protected open access WiFi networks available in coffee shops or airports. In a first, researchers at University of Liverpool in Britain have demonstrated that WiFi networks can be infected with a virus that can move through densely populated areas as efficiently as the common cold sprea..
Mandarin Chinese tops the list of most popular world languages, with nearly two billion speakers. English trails in third place, with 335 million speakers. This data includes all speakers of the languages, not only native speakers. Language Approx. number of speakers 1. Chinese (Mandarin) 1,917,000,000 2. Spanish 406,000,000 3. English 335,..
The KickSat project was conceived by Zac Manchester, a graduate student at Cornell University in New York. He raised the money, more than $70,000, through the Kickstarter crowd-funding website to enable people to have their own personal spacecraft, known as a sprite. There has been tremendous interest in this ambitious mission. It was one of the first stories I covered in this column and here at BBC Future we have been following it for..
Scientists have identified how a single gene in honey bees separates the queens from the workers. Scientists from Michigan State University and Wayne State University studied a gene in bees called Ultrabithorax or Ubx. The gene is responsible for leg and wing development and plays a crucial role in the evolution of bees’ ability to carry pollen. “This gene is critical in making the hind legs of workers distinct so ..
SIMS extended a very warm welcome to Dr. Prashant Vasudev Subramanian who joined the SIMS family as Principal on 12th January 2014. Dr. Prashant Vasudev is holding a post graduate degree in Commerce from Delhi School of Economics,University of Delhi, B.Ed from I.P. University, Delhi, M.B.A. from M.D. University Rohtak, Haryana and Ph.D from University of Alberta, Canada. Dr. Prashant started his teaching career at Delhi Public Scho..
The materials that make Harry Potter's invisibility cloak a real scientific possibility could also be used to perform advanced mathematical calculations usually done by computers, new research suggests. An international team of researchers now proposes that so-called metamaterials, which can alter the properties of light waves often to render an object invisible, could perform mathematical operations as well. While they have..
First evidence of correlated rates of evolution between hosts and parasites Genes of lice have evolved much faster than those of humans and chimps on which they feed, according to research that has just been published. “Understanding differences between species in the rate of molecular evolution is of considerable interest in the fields of evolution, molecular biology, population genetics and systematics,” observed Kevin P. J..
Traditional medicine looks at results, while modern medicine advances by understanding the mechanism of action, cause and effect Traditional medicine and modern medicine differ in many ways. Traditional medicine (or TM) is largely empirical while modern medicine (MM) is largely reductionist in approach. TM is old, dating back to millennia while MM is at best 300 years in the making. TM looks at results, not how the treatment works while MM..
If a new study is to be believed, tigers and lions once knew how to climb, and live on, trees. New fossils found in Belgium suggest that the ancestors of lions, tigers, dogs and other carnivorous mammals of 'carnivoraforms' family were 'arboreal' - they lived and moved through trees nearly 55 million years ago. The researchers found specimens of dormaalocyon latouri - a species belonging to 'carnivoraforms' f..
Researchers using data from NASA's Cassini spacecraft have found that Saturn's rings formed around 4.4 billion years ago, shortly after the planet itself took shape. The origin of Saturn's ring system remains hotly debated, with some researchers arguing that it's a relatively young structure and others holding that it coalesced long ago, at roughly the same time as the gas giant's many satellites. The new study, using data ga..
The Google Glass is a wearable device, more like a wearable smartphone in guise of a pair of glasses. However, it can’t completely be compared to a smartphone. The Google Glass supposedly comes with an embedded micro-computer. However, it still remains a developer’s toy, until its ready to hit the markets. Therefore, don’t get disappointed, if you are unable to find it on Amazon or in any of your local tech stores. Here..
Though most of snakelets and baby lizards are hatched out of eggs now, this was not the case about 175 million years ago when snakes and lizards preferred to give birth to their young, claims a new study. "This is a very unusual and controversial finding, and a major overturn of an accepted school of thought," said Alex Pyron, Robert F. Griggs Assistant Professor of Biology in the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences at the G..
Washington: Conjuring up a visual image in the mind - like a sunny day or a night sky - has a corresponding effect on the size of our pupils, as if we were actually seeing the image, a new research has found. The findings suggest that the size of our pupils is not simply a mechanistic response, but one that also adjusts to a subjective sense of brightness. "Visual imagery is a private and subjective experience which is no..
Behaviour can be affected by events in previous generations which have been passed on through a form of genetic memory, animal studies suggest. Experiments showed that a traumatic event could affect the DNA in sperm and alter the brains and behaviour of subsequent generations. A Nature Neuroscience study shows mice trained to avoid a smell passed their aversion on to their "grandchildren". Experts said the results wer..
Seahorses may appear slow and awkward but they are ferocious and ingenious predators, according to a new study. The beautiful creatures are famously bad swimmers, but they have a secret weapon to sneak up on their prey. Their peculiar snouts are shaped to create very few ripples in the water, effectively cloaking them as they creep up and pounce on tiny crustaceans. To their victims, seahorses are more like sea monst..
Newborn babies have the ability to differentiate their own body from others, scientists have found. The ability to differentiate your own body from others is a fundamental skill, critical for humans' ability to interact with their environments and the people around them. Researchers have now provided some of the first evidence that newborn babies enter the world with the essential mechanisms for this kind of body awareness already in plac..
Through a series of experiments on mice, the researchers showed that during sleep, cerebral spinal fluid is pumped around the brain, and flushes out waste products like a biological dishwasher. Scientists in the U.S. claim to have a new explanation for why we sleep: in the hours spent slumbering, a rubbish disposal service swings into action that cleans up waste in the brain. Through a series of experiments on mice, the researche..
GANDHI's LETTER TO KASTURIBA: When Gandhiji was in South Africa, he received the news that his wife Kastur Bhai was bid-ridden. As Gandhiji could not leave South Africa, he wrote a letter to his wife. Normally, a letter written by a husband to his diseased wife would convey his prayer for her speedy recovery but Gandhiji’s letter did not contain any such consolatory words. He wrote: “You existed even before this ..
10,000 Important Interview Questions and Answers for All -T Gurus This site is full of Interview Questions and Answers . Its more useful for all (Job searching) students and Employees... Please Forward to your Friends...... ..
Life is not just for the alphas For the ‘average student’, it is an endless stream of challenges and struggle in his/her quest to reach the top. The race to be number one starts with pre-kindergarten these days, with interviews being held for play-school admissions. Right from that point to the pinnacle of student-life —entering college — it’s a mad rush to occupy coveted positions in quality ..
Mentors on the web Applying to U.S. universities need not be mindboggling. Freshmentors are there to help.Applying to study in the U.S. can be the most exciting application you will ever make. The range of subjects, a degree recognised globally and of course the beautiful campuses are always big draws. But the application process can be complicated. Freshmentors may just make things easy. Founded and initially funded by an IITian T..
AUNIQUEWAY TOCOMBATTHEFEAROFMATHS Age-group: 4-14 yrs Objective of the program Overall brain development by exercising the often under developed right hemisphere. ..
World's top university: Massachusetts Institute of Technology Dethrones Cambridge UK universities have taken four of the six top slots in a global university "league table" for 2011-12. With US's Massachusetts Institute of Technology leading the list, UK's Cambridge, which was top last year, stood second and Harvard University ranked third in the QS World University Rankings, based on a number of cri..
New Format of IIT Entrance Exam, 2013 to be held on June 2 The Advance Joint Entrance Examination 2013, for admission to the undergraduate programme in IITs, under the new format will be held on June 2 after the Mains on April 7. The Joint Admission Board (JAB) of the IITs, the apex body comprising IIT heads, has approved the dates at a meeting today, officials said. The exam next year would be conducted by IIT—Del..
10 Life Lessons to Learn from Tom and Jerry -T.Gurusamy Almost every episode starts with a desperate scream of how to eat Jerry! Tom uses every strategy, tool and weapon to kill Jerryand Jerry keeps finding relevant means of way to escape. He comes out unhurt even if Tom successfully swallows him.Sometimes, the fight takes an ugly and des..
Testing Times Are Not Over Yet PU students now have to handle professional entrance exams, and staying calm and positive will help them a lot For the scores of II Pre-University Course (PUC) students who have just heaved a sigh of relief that the final examinations are over, it does not take much time for the realisation to dawn that the testing times are far from over. The conclusion of the II PUC exam only..
What Drives Your Choice? This is the time of entrance tests and the time to pick the course that will shape your career. Have you weighed the pros and cons of your decision? “You have not mentioned the stream you are pursuing in class XII,” says Aruna Manoharan to a student at her T. Nagar office in Chennai. For the marketing consultant who provides services for a couple of fore..
HONESTY OF A RAGPICKER Alka Sarode, a 17-year-old ragpicker from Dombivli, Mumbai (Maharashtra, Bharat) handed over gold jewellery worth Rs 8.5 lakh to the police, which was mistakenly thrown in a bin. Alkawas felicitated for her honesty by Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar and Home Minister R R Patil on March 22, 2012.. She was also rewarded Rs 10,000 by the family that owned the ornaments. Vandana Ulkande, 65, a..
I Am Your Friend You may not see me But you know that I am here. You can feel me in your heart As you enter each new day. I will always be there for you I am your friend. Someone to share the good times As well as the bad. I make no judgments by what you say I just listen with my heart and Hope to be of help in anyway I can. I will be there for you now and forever And always rem..
Many of us may have had our computer suffer from a hardware or software problem. Usually the way out is to either call a computer expert over or take the system to the nearest service centre. However, you can easily get help for common issues using a remote connection. Both Windows and MAC have built-in remote assistance features that allow you to share control of your desktop/laptop remotely with an expert over the Internet, who can then exa..
Nepali is the world's shortest Chandra Bahadur Dangi, 72, waves toward the media personnel after being announced as the World Shortest Man living as well as shortest person ever being measured by the Guinness World Records in Kathmandu Chandra Bahadur Dangi, 72, poses for a picture after being announced as the world's shortest man living, as well as shortest person ever measured by the Guinness Wo..
BILL GATES in a restaurant. After eating, he gave 5$ to the waiter as a tip. The waiter had a strange feeling on his face after the tip. Gates realized & asked.What happened? Waiter: I'm just amazed Bcoz on the same table urson gave Tip Of 500$... & u his Father, richest man in the world Only Gave 5$...? Gates Smiled & Replied With Meaningful words, "He is Son of the world..
When I began writing Passion & Purpose in 2009, I met Susan, a young woman on the brink of quitting her investment banking job to pursue her lifelong passion of starting a nonprofit. A year later, when I asked how her new venture was going, I was surprised to hear that she "couldn't bring herself to quit" in the first place. And when we bumped into each other last week, I found her toiling away in exactly the same role, stil..
Most Std XII students would have read this poem by Helen Spalding. As I don't like poems, I thought it would be boring but, I must admit that my dear principal is the secret behind me not dozing off during English classes that deal with poems. One day, she came to the class as usual and placed her books on the table. We thought she would start a new lesson but instead she said: “Being in Std XII, you will be soon parting from ..
Google Launched in 1997, this search engine with a minimalist design has grown in a way that a few would have imagined. It is adopted by multiple browsers as the engine for their top search bar and is also used as a homepage by various browsers. Tips, tricks and easter eggs 1. Search in Klingon - If you're a Star Trek fan, head to http://google.com/intl/xx-klingon to view Google in Star Trek's Klingon lan..
Could you live without daily electronic conveniences -- Twitter, Facebook, email, texting and more -- for 90 days? Jake P. Reilly, a 24-year-old copywriting student at the Chicago Portfolio School, did just that. [Related: See more of Reilly’s work at www.bodycopybyjake.com] From October to December, he unplugged from social media, email, texts, and cell phones because he felt that we spend more quality time with gadgets and keybo..
Busy people are organized because they keep things in priority. Ever wonder why busy people are always on time.Do you know people who are always late? Regardless of the event, I have friends that are always 30 minutes late.Everyone has just as many hours in the day as everybody else does, so why are some on time and others not?Psychologists would say those who are fashionably late want to be in control or want to make an entrance.so they can be..
Somebody did a good analysis India's Total Population 118 Crores. Daily Death - 62389 Daily Birth - 86853 Total Blinds - 682497 If Daily Dead People Donate their Eyes, within 11 Days all Blinds will be able to See. Then in India there will be NO Blinds. Kindness costs nothing. ..
Eyes Green vegetables: Spinach, zucchini, broccoli and brussels sprouts contain a caroteinoid called lutein and a pigment called zeaxanthinan. Both defend your cells from free radicals and help keep your eyes lustrous. Avoid overcooking for best benefits. Steam or saute, instead. Orange and other vegetables that are rich in antioxidants and fibre work against under-eye puffiness. Skin ..
It may sound like another Rajinikanth joke, but a new website dedicated to the superstar runs 'without an internet connection'! Visitors to www.allaboutrajni.com are greeted with a warning that "He is no ordinary man, this is no ordinary website. It runs on Rajini Power" and are advised to switch off their internet connection to enter the website. Only when the web is disconnected, one is allowed to explore t..
Precious metals analysts expect gold prices to rise for a 12th year in a row and to reach a record high in 2012, but are less optimistic for silver and platinum, according to a survey by the London Bullion Market Association. The LBMA's survey of 26 contributors showed all but 3 participants expected gold to hit an all-time high in 2012, with a majority of 19 of them forecasting gold to reach a high above $2,000 an ounce. They also forecas..
Put about 100 bricks in some Particular order in a closed room with an open window,Then send 2 or 3 candidates in the room and close the door. Leave them alone and come back after 6 hours and then analyze the situation If they are counting the Bricks,Put them in the accounts Department. If they are recounting them....Put them in auditing . If they have messed up the whole place with the bricks,thenPut them in engineering. If they..
If you are right handed, you will tend to chew your food on your right side. If you are left handed, you will tend to chew your food on your left side. If you stop getting thirsty, you need to drink more water. For when a human body is dehydrated, its thirst mechanism shuts off. Chewing gum while peeling onions will keep you away from crying. Your tongue is germ free only if it is pink. If it is white there is a thin film of bacter..
The new year may be a year of low-cost computing in India. Sales bookings for the world's cheapest tablet, Aakash, have soared to 14 lakh units just two weeks after it was put up for sale online for Rs 2,500 a piece. To cater to the 'unexpected' demand, UK-based vendor Datawind, the maker of the $35 tablet, has decided to establish three new factories - in Cochin, Noida and Hyderabad - in the first half of 2012 to assemble the tablet. D..
Student-Indian Central School Living near an airport could be terrible what with growing growling noise of aircraft taking off and landing. Noise apart, the real issue is that people are exposed to weather changes causing untimely rain and snow flakes, scientists say. Studies say that aircraft cau..
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1) "Learn from the mistakes of others... you can't live long enough to make them all yourselves!!" - Chanakya 2)"A person should not be too honest. Straight trees are cut first and Honest people are screwed first." - Chanakya 3)"Even if a snake is not poisonous, it should pretend to be venomous." Chanakya 4)"There is some self-interest behind every friendship. There is no friendship without sel..
Shakespeare.... "NeverPlay With The Feelings Of Others Because You May Win The Game But The Risk Is That You Will Surely Lose The Person For A Life Time". Napoleon.... "The world suffers a lot. Not because of the violence of bad people, But because of the silence of good people!"  ..
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