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While delivering his Chief Guest address at a recently held event in New Delhi, the yesteryear film star, former union minister and Member of Parliament from Patna Sahib Shatrughan Sinha took a humorous take at him being the Health Minister of India.
American firm Paññã (Panya) has launched their hiring and recruitment web video conference platform, with $500k angel seed funding and millions of dollars injected from Paññã’s holding company, mroads.
Hydropower has traditionally been the most prominent source of renewable energy in Pakistan, making up almost a third of electricity generation with 7.1 GW of installed grid-connected capacity.
For many organizations, analysts in security operations centers spend their days sifting through hoards of log files for suspicious activity. The repetitive nature of this work makes AI an ideal replacement, says Kayne McGladrey, IEEE Member, Director of Information Security Services at Integral Partners.
In a case which may have a far-reaching impact on how companies deal with other’s firms Intellectual Property, a U.S. District Court in Ohio has imposed heavy penalty and sent the top management including co-owner and CEO of IT support company to jail for two-year for Oracle's IP theft.
Netsmart to acquire Change Healthcare Home Care and Hospice Solution to strengthen its CareFabric solutions
Healthcare technology company Netsmart will acquire home health and hospice businesses from one of the world's largest health care companies Change Healthcare.
Australian University researchers use CRISPR gene editing technology to introduce natural mutations into blood cells
Researchers at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Sydney, Australia, have used CRISPR gene editing technology to introduce beneficial natural mutations into blood cells to boost production of foetal haemoglobin.
Epson has elevated its Vice President, Sales & Marketing, Samba Moorthy as President India. Moorthy replaces Toshiyuki Kasai who is going to back to Epson Japan.
Smaller cities such as Patna, Kanpur, Allahabad, Kolkata, Bhopal and Lucknow have better presenace of 4G service than the big metro cities or technology hub in India, said a report from UK-based OpenSignal.
Bharti Airtel has appointed Santanu Bhattacharya as its Chief Data Scientist. Santanu will be responsible for leveraging data science capabilities and deep analytics to understand customer needs and accordingly develop products and services at Airtel.