India Launches GSLV-Mark III- Heaviest vehicle -successfully

New Delhi: On Monday, India added yet another feather to its space technology achievements by launching the heaviest and the most powerful Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) Mk-3 carrying GSAT-19 satellite (the first of its kind to provide internet services using the ka/ku band, faster than current satellites) from Satish Dhawan space centre, Sriharikota, Andhra Pradesh.


Truecaller become the Fourth most downloaded App in India: Report

New Delhi: After Whatsapp, Messenger and ShareIt, Truecaller became the fourth most downloaded app in India on Google Play store, surpassing even Facebook, according to the Mary Meekeer Internet Trends 2017 report. It delivers over 100,000 clicks in a day to in-app advertisers. "Our biggest strength is the engagement and undivided attention we can provide to advertisers," said Tejinder Gill, Vice President, Sales and Head of India Operations at Truecaller. According to the report, India’s internet users now stand at 355 million, leading the country to the second position in the market after China.


Dubai enrolls world’s first robotic cop

New Delhi: From patrolling roads in Lamborghinis and Ferraris, to aiming for creating a robotic force which will make up a quarter of the existing by 2030, Dubai has already taken the first step in this direction.

Dubai police have enrolled a robotic officer which stood attentive at the foot of Burj Khalifa – the world’s tallest tower, on Wednesday Night. The tourists and the passersby had the time of their life as they snapped selfies photos as souvenir by its side. The robot wears a police cap, while moving on wheels. With a touch-screen computer as its chest which can be used to report a crime or inquire about speeding tickets, it is also equipped with a camera that transmits live images to the operations room and can also identify the wanted suspects.

Women Vle Workshop

Minister of Electronics & IT Inaugurates Workshop to Train VLEs

New Delhi: A workshop on “CSCs as GST Suvidha Provider” to train the top performing VLEs and the State level representatives of CSC SPV for enabling implementation of GST scheme especially in rural India through CSC was organized here today. Common Services Centers are proposed to act as a GST Suvidha Provider. CSCs have been identified to facilitate the roll out of GST especially in rural India. CSCs will help merchants’ registration, filing returns and support them in fulfilling various requirements under GST. They will mobilize, conduct training and create advocacy of GST implementation across the country. 

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ConveGenius to redefine K-2 education through ‘CG Slate Plus’ on Samsung Tablet

The innovative product will be exclusively available on Flipkart at an attractive price of INR 15,999


New Delhi: Making education more appealing to kids – that’s what ConveGenius, India’s leading educational technology company, aims to achieve with its flagship product, CG Slate. The simple yet effective device, mapped NCERT curriculum for grades K-5 and received an overwhelming response from parents across the country. Now, the company plans to launch its more evolved and enhanced version– CG Slate Plus for Grades K-2 – on Samsung Tablet, India’s leading consumer electronics manufacturer. The fun learning device equipped with world-class hardware will be available for INR 15,999 exclusively on Flipkart, the channel partner for CG Slate rollout.