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We would be using eco-friendly crackers this Deepawali

Punjab signs MoU with NEERI to address various environmental issues

We have set ourselves a goal of becoming a 5-trillion dollar economy

Indian Navy signs MoU with CSIR

CSIR leveraging technology development by forging synergistic partnership with the Japanese Universities and R&D Organizations

CSIR signs Agreement with the MIDI

Rs. 1134 crore Horticulture project for revitalization : Stokes

From Indelible Ink to Parallel Supercomputer: CSIR partners in National Development

Dr. Harsh Vardhan reviews the Marine Research Programme at the CSIR- CSMCRI, Bhavnagar

CSIR Features in the Thomson Reuters Top 50 Indian Innovator Companies and Research Organizations for the Year 2015

Dr. Harsh Vardhan Urges Scientists to Develop Renewable and Green Materials and Innovative Technologies for Building Industry

We are now having another Prime Minister who wants to put science to use for achieving extraordinary things and restore glory to India : Dr. Harsh Vardhan

This is the best news yet for the planet : Dr Harsh Vardhan

Rapid strides are now underway in research and development of credible products : Dr Harsh Vardhan

This shows that we could use innovative acumen : Dr Harsh Vardhan

We need low cost technologies : Dr Harsh Vardhan

Good news for the Prime Minister’s ‘Make in India’ agenda

Over 50% hike in the fellowship amount received by various categories of young Research scientists

Young scientists of India are the best bet, the best living example and, in fact : Dr. Jitendra singh

Chennai to host global seminar on wheat from September 2

Anand Sharma attends India-Brazil Ministerial Dialogue in Brasilia

There are many areas in which Ministry of Water Resources and CSIR can work together : Pawan Kumar Bansal

Maiden Flight of Light Combat Aircraft-Navy (NP1)

HAL should partner with design laboratories like DRDO and CSIR for the development of indigenous aircraft, engines and systems : AK Antony

This TKDL Access Agreement would help prevent misappropriation of India’s traditional knowledge at JPO

We need to work even harder to reap the benefits of this kind of network and put it to the use of the children and people in the remote parts of India: Kapil Sibal

Special Scheme to Popularize Science and Technology

CSIR Celebrates its Foundation Day