City scientists working to develop micro aerial vehicles to tackle emergencies

Micro craft may be future defenders Scientists from Bangalore are working on a unique technology to be mounted on micro aerial vehicles (MAVs) that can help civic agencies tackle emergencies like the Carlton Tower episode better and armed forces to counter the threat posed by terrorists armed with chemical weapons.

Qatar:Visa on arrival for professionals

Expatriates working in Gulf Co-operation Council (GCC) member countries can come to Qatar and obtain a visa on arrival provided their profession is one of the 188 mentioned in the list released by the Ministry of Interior, says a report published in a local Arabic daily.

More than 1,000 dead birds fall from sky in US

BEEBE, Arkansas — Wildlife officials are trying to determine what caused more than 1,000 black birds to die and fall from the sky over an Arkansas town. The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission said on Saturday that it began receiving reports about the dead birds about 11:30 pm the previous night. The birds fell over a 1-mile (2-kilometre) area, and an aerial survey indicated that no other dead birds were found outside of that area.

Now, Nano available in 874 outlets pan-India

Close on the heels of Tata Motors’ announcing a special financing scheme for its small car Nano to perk up sales, the company on Monday announced that the car will be now available in its 874 outlets pan-India.

Bangalore boy to build roads from plastic waste

Bangalore: The problem of plastic waste in the city is getting acute by the day. Bangalore generates roughly 5,000 tonne of solid waste daily, of which nearly 50 tonne is plastic. But there is a ray of hope as an M Tech student has taken it upon himself to find ways of countering the menace. A N Ashwin, a student of R V Engineering College, is conducting a study, titled ’Effects of Waste Plastic Utilisation on the Performance of Semi-Dense Bituminous Concrete Mixes’, which will look at ways to put plastics to good use. The study is a first-of-its-kind in India. Every day, tonnes of plastic is generated, and not properly disposed - its either dumped along with other waste generated or is being burnt, causing a serious threat to the environment.

Hero Group CFO arrested in Citibank fraud case

Gurgaon: Hero Group CFO Sanjay Gupta has been arrested by Gurgaon police in the multi-crore Citibank fraud case. Sources told CNN-IBN that Gupta recommended Citibak employee Shivraj Puri to other people in the Hero Group in return for a commission of about Rs 20 crore from him.He has been sent to police custody for five days. Gupta was also aware of the fact that Puri used to present fake Securities and Exchange Board of India circulars while making the transaction.They are not ruling out the involvement of other top officials of the company in the fraud and claim that Puri used to keep in touch with Gupta on regular basis. Police suspect that employees of other banks and companies may also be involved in the nearly Rs 300 crore fraud case masterminded by Puri.

Workers strike in Dubai after labor camp riot

DUBAI - Workers at a Dubai labor camp are staging a rare strike after a melee with security guards. A company official overseeing the workers says the riot broke out late Saturday after long-standing allegations of mistreatment by the guards. The official from Jams HR Solutions describes the damage as "huge" with at least 40 buses destroyed and furniture and windows smashed.

Strong 6.5 magnitude quake hits Chile, no injuries

SANTIAGO, Jan 2 (Reuters) - A strong 6.5 magnitude earthquake hit central Chile on Sunday but there were no immediate reports of damage or casualties, local emergency officials said. The quake, which the U.S. Geological Survey reported as 7.1 magnitude, struck the town of Tirua almost 70 km (44 miles)northwest of Temuco, the director of the country’s Onemi emergency office said.

Mobile immigration office will help expatriates to avoid long queues

DUBAI // Visa applicants can hire a free "mobile office" that will come to their homes or offices to process immigration documents. It is expected to save expatriates from braving long queues at government facilities.

Bitter chill in north India leaves 30 dead

New Delhi: An intense cold wave has gripped northern India, claiming more than thirty lives already.Five more deaths were reported across Uttar Pradesh as the mercury dipped due to rains at some places. While a 70-year-old man and a two-year-old boy died in Bahraich and Farukkhabad districts respectively, one death each was reported from Sitapur, Mahoba and Chitrakoot in the last 24 hours. Etawah was the coldest at 6.1 degrees, Lucknow was warmer at 8. Uttaranchal’s capital Dehradun recorded a low of 6 degrees. Delhi experienced its coldest day of the season as it went below 15 degrees for the first time this winter.

India to get key UNSC role in fighting terror

Washington: India, which has joined the UN Security Council after a of gap of 19 years, is most likely to be given a key responsibility by this powerful 15-membered body in fight against terrorism; thus acknowledging New Delhi’s prominent role in the global war against terror. Diplomatic sources privy to the discussions at the United Nations headquarters in New York told talks are in advance stage to request India to head one of its two key counter-terrorism committees. Ahead of its joining the Security Council on January 1, in its informal consultations with its other key members, India had made its intentions clear that it wants to make the fight against terrorism a priority area during its two-year term as the non-permanent member of the council.

Nintendo 3DS could harm kids’ eyesight

The European launch will take place in Amsterdam in January with the first consoles due to go on sale in Britain in March. The device will go on sale in Japan in February and is due for release in the US the following month. The 3DS is vital for the future of Nintendo, which disappointed many children around the world after it was unable to launch the product in time for Christmas. The failure to go on sale in the crucial trading period wiped tens of millions of pounds off the company’s stock market value.

Annual NSS Special Camp of Milagres College kallianpur inaugurated
Annual NSS Special Camp of Milagres College kallianpur inaugurated

Annual NSS Special Camp of Milagres College kallianpur inaugurated

Girl who wanted policeman to party with her arrested

Suspect was drunk when she was stopped at a police checkpoint. Manama: A drunk girl who asked a Kuwaiti police offer to party with her had to spend her New Year eve in jail. According to the case documents reported in Kuwaiti daily Arab Times, the girl was drunk when she was stopped at a checkpoint.

110-year-old man ready to wed again.

KUALA LUMPUR - A 110-year-old Malaysian man who has been looking for a wife said he was ready to marry again after an 82-year-old woman responded to his wish, a report said Sunday.

UAE rents to decline further this year

Abu Dhabi market likely to become more tenancy-driven despite supply crunch continuing Dubai/Abu Dhabi: Rents in Abu Dhabi will soften further this year even though demand exceeds supply. However, analysts acknowledge that the Abu Dhabi rental market is undergoing a similar transition to a tenant-driven one.

Nightmare for AI passengers flying to Chicago..

New Delhi: The passengers on an Air India flight were kept waiting for more than eight hours inside the aircraft on Friday night for their flight to take off. But it never did. Flight AI 127 was supposed to take off at 1:30 am. But then got delayed by two hours due to operational issues.

’Only Ponting can beat Tendulkar’s record’

Sydney: Former Australian fast bowler Glen Mcgrath feels that Ricky Ponting can bounce back from a slump in form and also beat Sachin Tendulkar’s record of maximum runs in Test cricket. "I always had a lot of faith in Ricky as a captain and a bloke. I would play under him any day of the week. I have still got total faith in him," McGrath was quoted as saying in The Daily Telegraph.

UID can now be your official ID proof

New Delhi: Kartik Burman, 46, is a rag picker from Bengal, living near Nizamuddin in Delhi for the past 10 years. He is being enrolled for the Unique Identification Project or the UID. So when he goes out to demand a job under NREGA or get a ration card he won’t have a problem. The likes of this old rag picker too are hoping for a better deal in life. Mukhtar Ahmed, homeless, says, "It will help, I can get a job and I can get a ration card".

Japan population shrinks by record in 2010

TOKYO - Japan’s population fell by a record amount last year as the number of deaths climbed to an all-time high in the quickly aging country, the government said Saturday.


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