Greeks convert euros to bitcoins in case Greece exits EU
Greeks are converting their euros to bitcoins as a safeguard against a return to devalued drachma in the event of a ''No'' vote in a referendum, due on Sunday
Govt notifies rules for black money valuation
Once the window for disclosure closes, the tax will remain at 30 per cent but the penalty will be three times the tax - or 90 per cent - besides possible criminal prosecution and jail term
Census reveals Bharat-India divide
Nearly 40 per cent of rural households are financially excluded, reveals the first socio-economic and caste census
Biogen ventures into ophthalmology with $1-bn AGTC tie-up
The collaboration will focus on the development of a portfolio of therapeutic programmes for orphan diseases of the retina that can lead to blindness in children and adults
Researchers stretch a thin crystal to get better solar cells
Crystalline semiconductors such as silicon can catch photons and convert their energy into electron flows. New research shows that a little stretching could give one of silicon's lesser-known cousins its own place in the sun
Automatic bug repair
An MIT-designed system fixes bugs by importing functionality from other programs - without access to source code
 
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Interviews
  Traders' hormones 'may destabilise financial markets'
  The hormones testosterone and cortisol may destabilise financial markets by making traders take more risks, according to a study
  Unveiling the mystery behind the mystic jewel
  Dev Prasad, senior IT professional and author of Pitch It talks to Swetha Amit about the mythological legend of the Shyamantaka gem, which was a gift from the Sun God during the reign of Lord Krishna
  Gaming In The Workplace: Mixing Work and Play Can Motivate Employees
  Monica Rozenfeld, associate editor for the publication of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers highlights the importance of gamification at workplace
  Fate accomplished
  Vivek Agnihotri, retired IAS officer is a former secretary-general, Rajya Sabha, Parliament of India, reminisces about a cross-service friendship struck over his years in service
  A reflection on rural India
  Vishwas Patil, author of the acclaimed Marathi novels Panipat, Sambhaji and Mahanayak talks to Swetha Amit about the impact of rehabilitation on rural India
  Decision engineering helps make better choices
  Decision engineering, which also goes by the name decision intelligence, helps design decisions as if they were tangible projects, such as building robots or computer systems, using the same engineering methodologies and techniques, writes Monica Rozenfeld, associate editor for the publication of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
  World entering 6th mass extinction
  We are now entering the sixth great mass extinction, warn researchers and call for urgent action to conserve threatened species, populations and habitats, but warn that the window of opportunity is rapidly closing
  From the Big Apple to the humble jackfruit
  James Joseph, founder of Jackfruit365 and former director, executive engagement, Microsoft talks to Swetha Amit about his journey from working in a corporate cubicle to setting up his office space in God's own country
  TVs and second screens a bad combination for advertisers
  Viewers can't remember brand messages when they're also on their phone or tablet
  The secret longing to own a restaurant
  Why would anyone want to enter a business in which many fail, few survive and even fewer thrive, wonders hospitality business consultant and author Ravi Wazir
  After the tsunami: rebirth of an island
  Air Commodore Nitin Sathe, who currently heads a premier services selection board for the IAF talks to Swetha Amit about reviving an island back to life post the Asian Tsunami in 2004
  A ''graduation'' from poverty
  Known as the ''Graduation'' program, the study was aimed at testing whether helping the poor in multiple ways simultaneously could be especially effective in fighting poverty
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