Siddappa, an illiterate farmer from Somapur village in Gadag district of Karnataka, has designed a water mill to generate electricity. Right from conceptualizing to materialisation, the farmer has done everything on his own. He operates the water mill in the canal near his house. For more click the below link and read this inspirational… More An illiterate Farmer designs a Water Mill to generate Electricity
Women empowerment is a topic which is usually discussed, debated and then left suspended in thin air to ponder over another meeting. And in the majority of rural India , the condition is worse. This perception is particularly true for Jhunjhunu district in the Shekhawati region of Rajasthan. Bagar is a small village in jhunjhunu where… More Source For Change: India’s 1st All Women Rural BPO
Check the draw result online : http://www.dda.org.in/tendernotices_docs/april11/Draw_Result_DDA2010.pdf http://www.dda.org.in/housing/results/reg_results.asp http://dda.org.in/housing/draw_results.htm http://www.dda.org.in/ 17th April 2011 , The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) is going to hold the draw of lots for its latest housing scheme on Monday. But applicants will get to know about the results of the draw only a day later. The draw will take place at… More DDA Housing Scheme 2010 Allotment Draw Result
As India won the Cricket World Cup 2011, everyone had just one question – Where is Poonam Pandey? With her offer to walk or pose in the buff for the victorious Indian team having grabbed enough eyeballs and attracting camp humour asides, tweets were doing the rounds on her whereabouts and punning on the items… More Where is Poonam Pandey?
“The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, USA, is conducting further research on how to channelise the energy created in shock observers of vehicle into the acceleration, and surprisingly, this idea has been floated by a villager near Guwahati,” said Anil Gupta, professor at IIM-A. He further added that Kanak Das, resident of a… More ‘Villager from Guwahati,India gave MIT tech ideas’
It is the kind of stuff fairy tales are made of. From being raised by a single mother who was a government teacher, studying in a government school in the suburbs of Chennai and graduating from a college in rural Tamil Nadu to winning the most prestigious Breuer award for research in Alzheimer’s disease at the age… More Rags to Riches story of Lawrence Rajendran
US-based Indian origin researcher Shuvo Roy has created the world’s first implantable artificial kidney. What’s sensational about Roy’s creation is that the organ, no larger than a coffee cup, will be able to mimic the kidney’s most vital functions like filtering toxins out of the bloodstream, regulate blood pressure and produce the all- important vitamin D.… More US-based Indian creates first artificial kidney