India’s Economic Development – A Myth

Posted by Faheem Belharvi India is prospering, Indians are not. (Mani Shankar Aiyar) While India is ecstatic over its nine percent economic growth rate; it remains indifferent to its alarming unemployment. Neither the Indian government nor the opposition seems to care about this grave situation. According to statistics quoted by ‘Times of India’, nearly 30 million Indians are unemployed, 26 million are offi ...

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FAIR TRIAL BILL-2012: A WELCOME ACT

Posted by Faheem Belharvi While nearing the completion of its legal term of five years, the National Assembly of Pakistan has created history by unanimously passing the much needed “Fair Trial Bill-2012” on 21 December, 2012. The Bill which now needs to be passed by the Senate and then signed by the President Asif Ali Zardari to become the law of the land is a landmark achievement of the legislature. Fair T ...

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Mars Rover Curiosity Explores 'Yellowknife Bay' After imaging during the holidays, NASA's Mars rover Curiosity resumed driving Jan. 3 and pulled within arm's reach of a sinuous rock feature called "Snake River." Snake River is a thin curving line of darker rock cutting through flatter rocks and jutting above sand. Curiosity's science team plans to get a closer look at it before proceeding to other nearby ro ...

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China launches rival GPS satellite system

Posted By Rida Zaheer China has launched commercial and public services across the Asia-Pacific region on its domestic satellite navigation network built to rival the US global positioning system. The Beidou, or compass, system started providing services to civilians in the region on Thursday and is expected to provide global coverage by 2020, state media reported. Ran Chengqi, spokesman for the China Satel ...

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U.S. Robotic Suit Flexes Muscles on Earth and in Space

By Rosey NASA and IHMC (Florida Institute for Human and Machine Cognition) have jointly developed a new robotic exoskeleton, dubbed the "XI," that could help astronauts in space stay in better physical shape, while also helping humans on Earth walk.   The 57-pound wearable device is in essence a robot that fits over a human body to either assist or inhibit movement in leg joints. For astronauts, the inhibit ...

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Top Smartphones of 2012

Given the fact smartphones have evolved into a veritable Swiss Army Knife — capable of messaging, browsing, gaming, photography, music, navigation and good old fashioned phone calls — they're becoming the most critical gadget we own. In fact, a recent survey commissioned by Google found 80 percent of smartphone owners won't leave home without it. Your smartphone is now a lifeline to your world, connecting y ...

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Fish have Enormous Nutrient Impacts, Study Finds

Posted By Zaheerul Hassan Fish play a far more important role as contributors of nutrients to marine ecosystems than previously thought, according to researchers at the University of Georgia and Florida International University. In a pair of papers in the journal Ecology, they show that fish contribute more nutrients to their local ecosystems than any other source-enough to cause changes in the growth rates ...

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HAARP Technology 2.0 Wrecking Our Environment?

 By Peter A. Kirby Are miniaturized versions of the world’s largest ionospheric heater (HAARP) all around us modifying the weather? Have electromagnetic frequency generators been installed over major fault lines waiting to trigger massive earthquakes? Has our military developed a super weapon that can vaporize entire cities with lightning from the ionosphere? There is evidence that technology exists and is ...

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