Not just Bose, but Bombay too
Secret intercepts reveal the Nehru government kept close tabs on several of its own senior members, including high-ranking officials from the city
A civilian touch
When the Indian Air Force ran into a tough spot during its Yemen rescue operations, an Air India crew stepped in to evacuate over 3,000 people from the war zone
Small Talk: Murder, he writes
The city-based crime fiction author, whose fourth book is up for release, is an expert in police procedures
Show of hands
The difference between a grown-up and child is just the price of the toy, believes Lorenzo Quinn
Solar-powered device to clean greenhouse gases
Researchers have developed an artificial photosynthetic system to convert carbon dioxide into useful products like plastics, pharmaceuticals and liquid fuels using solar power
Insects may inspire the next generation of hearing aids
An insect-inspired microphone that can tackle the problem of locating sounds and eliminate background noise is set to revolutionise modernday hearing aid systems.
Japanese store gets a robot receptionist
Visitors look at a kimono-clad android robot (centre) named Aiko Chihira, developed by Toshiba, at the reception desk of Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi department store in Tokyo on Monday.
Mortal Kombat X: Flawless victory
Entertainment value and technical brilliance – Mortal Kombat X excels in both
Mean to an end
Sometimes, we unleash the meanster within us on no one but us. Here are 10 smart ways to stop being hard on yourself
About Us  Advertise with us  Terms of Use and Grievance Redressal Policy  Privacy Policy