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3-D printed chocolate to start reaching consumer market

Gourmet clients can come up with their own designs, shapes and sizes for use in desserts, confectionery, hot drinks and pastries.
A 3D printed model of Taj Mahal at the exhibition in Delhi

Virtual tour of Taj Mahal, digital puja at Kashi — when historians and techies join hands

An IIT-incubated start-up has created detailed 3D digital models of Indian heritage sites, transforming how one can experience them.

Israeli researchers print first ever heart using cells from the patient

Using fatty tissue from the patient, researchers took three hours to print a completely biocompatible heart that's 2.5 centimeteres in size.

The next plane you fly could be built by 3D printers

‘Additive manufacturing’ of 3D printers is a natural fit for aerospace industry as printed parts are lighter & lighter planes are more fuel-efficient.

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Emmanuel Macron’s remarks on Islam have put France’s global reputation at stake

Macron seems oblivious to a deepening problem at home: The old French model, which claimed to be superior to all social systems, is unsuited to an increasingly multi-ethnic society.

Revival in demand & business activity push Indian economy’s animal spirits up in September

Economists attributed the recovery to pent-up demand after a strict lockdown imposed in March hit the consumption of goods and services.


Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh meets his US counterpart Mark Esper at his office in South Block Monday | Twitter | @rajnathsingh

Special forces, capacity-building, Indo-Pacific — how India-US ties will grow in coming days

India and US, which concluded the third 2+2 dialogue Tuesday, are expected to undertake a more collaborative effort in coming months and years in the Indo-Pacific.
Illustration: Soham Sen/ThePrint

Trump or Biden? Doesn’t matter to India-US ties as they’re in a full, strategic embrace

Pompeo & Esper’s visit to India for the 2+2 talks is proof that old hypocrisies are history, and supreme national interest has again driven a strategic choice.