Monthly Archives: February 2018

Brexit won’t affect China-U.K. ties: Li

Brexit won’t affect China-U.K. ties: Li

British PM May begins China visit China’s relations with Britain will remain unchanged through Brexit, Premier Li Keqiang said on Wednesday, as British Prime Minister Theresa May kicked off a three-day visit to China, where she aims to sign deals worth nine billion pounds. Britain is trying to reinvent itself …

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INS Karanj boosts Navy’s firepower

INS Karanj boosts Navy’s firepower

Third Scorpene class submarine joins Naval fleet The Navy’s third state-of-the-art Scorpene class submarine, INS Karanj, was launched by Reena Lanba, wife of Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Sunil Lanba, here on Wednesday. The new submarine is named after the earlier Kalvari class INS Karanj, which was decommissioned in 2003. Six Scorpene …

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‘Indus script was written from right to left’

‘Indus script was written from right to left’

Researchers use statistical indices to measure variations in letters Two scientists working at The Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Chennai, (IMSc) have figured out a way to computationally estimate whether a language is written from left to right or otherwise. Most interestingly, they have studied the Indus script and calculated that it must …

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