Page-7 of Current Affairs - February, 2014
Email miles is a new GPS based system that tells us how far our email has travelled. This new technology uses Global Positioning System (GPS) and internet tracking to calculate the number of miles an email has travelled before reaching an inbox. About the new technology “Email miles” A free and open source plug-in for standard ..
India and Bahrain signed three pacts to boost bilateral ties, during the State Visit of King of Kingdom of Bahrain to India
India and oil-rich Gulf nation Bahrain signed three pacts to boost bilateral ties. The pacts were signed in the presence of Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh and Bahrain King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa in New Delhi. Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and Bahrain: In the fields of youth and sports: To strengthen bilateral ..
The Supreme Court ruled that people are free to adopt children irrespective of their religious background. The move paved the way for adoption of child by persons hailing from Muslim community even though it is not allowed under their personal law. The bench headed by Chief Justice P Sathasivam stated that the Law entitles adoption ..
The Vice President of India, Mr. Hamid Ansari released a book entitled “Public Issues before Parliament” authored by Mr. Vijay Darda (MP) in New Delhi. The book is the summarization of the significant contributions made by Mr. Darda during his period as Member of Parliament (MP). It is dedicated to the common who considers Parliament ..
As per study led by University of Minnesota researchers, the fertilization of natural grasslands, either intentionally or unintentionally as a side effect of global farming and industry, is having a destabilizing effect on global grassland ecosystems. About the study on “Fertilization destabilizes Global Grassland Ecosystems” First international experiment by using a network of natural grassland ..