‘How the Indian mathematical genius Ramanujan saved my life’ | Grin News

Ken Ono is a professor of mathematics at Emory University in America. As a teenager he struggled both with the pedantic nature of his school work and the tall aspirations of his Japanese parents. Then his mathematician father pointed to the life and work of Srinivasa Ramanujan (1887–1920) who dropped out of two colleges early in his life and then More...

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A Neuroscientist Explores the “Sanskrit Effect” | Scientific American

A hundred dhoti-clad young men sat cross-legged on the floor in facing rows, chatting amongst themselves. At a sign from their teacher the hall went quiet. Then they began the recitation. Without pause or error, More...

By Editor On Friday, January 19th, 2018
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Scientists to use Reverse Engineering to develop Vedic Vimana

The scriptures written in Sanskrit, if deciphered, could open new avenues of understanding the traditional knowledge. And Kavya Vaddadi, a researcher and design engineer working in a company based in New Delhi, More...

By Editor On Sunday, January 7th, 2018
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Regional science centre extols virtues of cow | The Hindu

A cow with a paper garland over its neck surprised many of those who visited the Regional Science Centre (RSC) & Planetarium here on Thursday evening. The centre, which engages itself in inculcating ‘scientific More...

By Editor On Sunday, January 7th, 2018
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Cows to the rescue: How 3,350 truckloads of dung will save Railways’ face | Business Standard

The Indian Railways need to buy 3,350 truckloads of cow dung at Rs 42 crore in 2018 to “recharge”–add bacteria to activate degradation–leaky, malfunctioning ‘bio-toilets’ that it has fitted on More...

By Editor On Monday, October 9th, 2017
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New Film Tackles Wide Array of Issues Around Meat and How it Slowly Kills us | Chakra News

A new documentary/film out of India treads the path of an activist-style anti-tobacco campaign–by tactically replacing the toxic substance of ‘tobacco’ with ‘meat’. Once it was scientifically established More...

By Editor On Saturday, October 7th, 2017
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How meat-eating is destroying Himalayas, Amazon and the Congo Basin | Times Of India

LONDON: Meat consumption is devastating some of the world’s most valuable and vulnerable regions, due to the vast amount of land needed to produce animal feed, a report has warned. The growing popularity of More...

By Editor On Saturday, October 7th, 2017
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Different Types Of Meditation Change Different Areas Of The Brain, Study Finds | Forbes

There’s been a lot of discussion about what kinds of mental activities are actually capable of changing the brain. Some promises of bolstered IQ and enhanced brain function via specially-designed “brain More...

By Editor On Saturday, October 7th, 2017
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From Bunkers To Beauty: The RSS Has A List Of Things That Cow Dung Can Fix

Cow dung may soon be the most sought-after product in the world, since it can almost cure everything. In fact, you may soon see The Great Khali advertising it, now that an RSS leader has claimed cow dung can give More...

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IIT-Delhi gets 50 proposals to study cow milk benefits: Centre | Times Now

New Delhi: The Indian Insititute of Technology, Delhi, has received about 50 proposals for research on benefits of cow milk and urine, the government informed Parliament on Wednesday. The government, however, More...