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Nuances of a scholarly poet released in a documentary
1395/3/17 | 07:45
On 26 February 2016, India’s legendary Shia Islamic scholar, cleric and orator Maulana Mirza Mohammad Athar, popularly known as ‘Khateeb-e-Akbar’ (Biggest Orator) breathed his last. At that moment, the world witnessed a sea of people drowning in tears from across the world. There was a multitude of clerics and scholars all around the country in his burial ceremony. His coffin was taken way to the burial ground like a procession, even the Chief Minister of his state paid homage to him at the burial ground. Then at His 40th day death anniversary, ...
World's first holographic flexible, glasses-free smartphone developed
1395/2/21 | 07:45
Technological advances have dramatically transformed our lives. Yet, with the never-ending change to technology, over the next decade we might see a slew of new products that we hardly imagine today.Researchers at the Queen's University Human Media Lab, Ontario, have created what they claim is the "world's first holographic flexible smartphone" display. Called the HoloFlex, the display is capable of rendering 3D images with motion parallax and stereoscopy to multiple simultaneous users without head tracking or glasses.
Kashmiri film maker wins two awards for documentary on Wular Lake
1394/11/28 | 07:45
The Wular Lake in Bandipora district of Kashmir has often played second-fiddle to the more famous Dal Lake in Srinagar when it comes to popularity among tourists. However, the Wular Lake, one of Asia’s largest fresh water lakes, plays an extremely important role in the Valley’s ecology. For Jalal-ud-din Baba, a Kashmir-based documentary maker, the survival of this Lake formed the theme of his documentary ‘Saving the Saviour’, which won two awards at the sixth National Science Film Festival & Competition-2016 (NSFF), organised by Vigyan ...