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ITI Admissions, Last date today

Hyderabad: Maulana Azad National Urdu University is offering admissions in Industrial Training Institute (ITI) for the vacant seats in the third phase. According to Dr. Arshia Azam, In-charge ITI, Hyderabad, few seats are available in different trades. Application forms can be downloaded from University website www.manuu.ac.in. Read More »

MBBS, BDS admissions web option today and tomorrow

Hyderabad: Rank holders of EAMCET III are informed that they have to exercise their options on website http://medadm.tsche.in/ up to 3 p.m. on 21st September. It may be mentioned that there are seven Government colleges offering medical and dental courses where 1050 seats are available. There are also 14 private medical colleges wherein 1025 seats are available for option for ... Read More »

Key Indian equity indices open in green

Mumbai: The key Indian equity indices on Monday opened in green supported by positive investor sentiments. The 30-scrip Sensitive Index (Sensex), was trading 55.61 points or 0.19 per cent up soon after opening. The wider 51-scrip Nifty of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) was also trading 24.50 points or 0.28 per cent higher at 8,804.35 points. The Sensex of the ... Read More »

OU Degree Supplementary Exam next month

Hyderabad: Osmania University has finalized the schedule of Degree supplementary examinations which will start on 4th October. For further details, the candidates may visit the website of Osmania University http://www.osmania.ac.in/. Read More »

Samsung sued after Note 7 exploded in man’s pocket in US

New York: Adding to Samsung’s woes over Galaxy Note 7, a man from Florida has sued the south Korean company after a Note 7 device exploded in his pocket while at work in Palm Beach Gardens. Jonathan Strobel suffered severe and “deep second-degree burns” on his right thigh and thumb when the phone exploded, palmbeachpost.com reported on Monday. The lawsuit ... Read More »

Australia’s iconic gum trees could be used to create jet fuel

Canberra: Australian scientists believe they may soon be able to use the country’s iconic gum trees to develop enough renewable jet fuel for up to 5 per cent of the world’ s aviation industry. Scientists from the Australian National University (ANU) said by using compounds called monoterpenes found in eucalyptus oil, they could create a “high energy”, low-carbon fuel suitable ... Read More »

Smart grids reduce power generation shortfall

London: Computer-assisted smart power grids help reduce power generation shortfall, and result in improved delivery and more efficient billing, a study in Britain has concluded. “A smart grid is a complex modern electricity system which utilises sensors, monitoring, communications and automation, to improve the electricity system,” the researchers wrote in the study. “Smart grids fundamentally change the way in which ... Read More »

Ph.D degree awarded to Mohammed Jafar

Hyderabad: Maulana Azad National Urdu University has declared Mohd. Jafar, Research Scholar, Department of Urdu, eligible for the award of degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Urdu. He has fulfilled the course work requirements and worked on “Iran mein Urdu Muta’le-aat ka Farogh, Tanqeedi Jaiza” under the supervision of Dr. Mosarrat Jahan, Asst. Professor Urdu. Read More »

iPhone launch generates crowds, queues worldwide

San Francisco: Apple’s global iPhone launch Friday was marked by excitement and frustration as fans queued to find scarce models of the coveted smartphone. Scenes in Apple stores around the world on Friday were reminiscent of days before online ordering became a norm and people camped out for days to be first to get hands on the California company’s iPhone ... Read More »

Samsung launches Galaxy A9 Pro for Rs 32,490

New Delhi: Extending its Galaxy A series in India, South Korean technology giant Samsung Electronics on Friday launched Galaxy A9 Pro smartphone with glass and metal body for Rs 32,490. “The 6-inch sAMOLED display on Galaxy A9 Pro enhances the content experience. Fitted with high memory and advanced processor, the device is made for lag-free multitasking,” said Manu Sharma, Vice ... Read More »

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