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India-Africa trade expected to touch $117 billion by 2020-21 indicating stronger relation

Africa is a developing market for traders from all over the world. From defense to trade, Africa and India have always bonded well. This year for first time India hosted African Development Bank’s annual summit. Indicating stronger relation, a study has reported that India’s trade with African countries is likely to touch $117 billion by 2020-21. Stronger economic ties and strong business opportunities will pave the way...

Don't have cash? No worries, Bangalore traffic police will accept ATM cards

Don't have cash? No worries, Bangalore traffic police will be accepting the ATM cards. The idea is brought after getting ‘we don’t have cash’ excuse from many to ignore the fine imposed by traffic police on breaking law. All traffic policemen in Bengaluru will use card swiping machines, from next week. Meanwhile, the old BlackBerry devices used by traffic police were replaced with PDAs (Personal Digital Assistants), all the devices were not ..

US-India Business Council delegation meets CM Yogi to boost investment ties

A delegation of the US-India Business Council called on Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath at Shastri Bhawan office and lauded the state government for various initiatives it was taking to encourage industrial development and investment in the state. The members of the delegation said that all the decisions being taken would be turning points for the state's economy and will promote economic activities in the state...

WB Police alleges GJM for taking Maoist help to plan underground armed movement

orkhaland issue is not only burning the beautiful hill city of Bengal but also has become a question of security for the residents. Along with that, this is also related to the national security question as a possible China intrusion in the issue has been predicted. Triggering the question of security more intensely, senior West Bengal government officials have said the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha(GJM) is preparing for a long underground armed movement. Even it has claimed that GJM has hired Maoists from neighb..

Yes! Coffee can make you live longer: Study

Based on a study by 'Annals of Internal Medicine' drinking coffee can make you live longer. In the study spanning 16 years, researchers observed that regular and decaffeinated coffee drinkers experience health benefits like increased life span and low risk of cancers and chronic diseases...

UK govt commits to resettle refugees from Middle East and N Africa in the country

Refugee migration from ISIS hit countries to Europe is not new anymore. Many countries like Germany, France, Italy and others are contributing their bit towards the homeless refugees. Adding to the race of saving the mankind, Britain comes into the picture. UK ministers say there are committed to resettling up to 3,000 children and families from the Middle East and North Africa...

Unique hydrogel 5 times stronger than steel could create artificial human organs too

As we age years towards a new future, the field of science and technology advances more and more creating revolutionary inventions. Today, a paraplegic can be provided with artificial limbs and with the speed that the technology is advancing, we are not far behind before we can create a man-made human being. However, researchers in Japan have developed a new gel that is stronger than any metal like steel. The flexibility of the jello could help the scientists to heal our bodies and develop biological organs..