Radio Tag


'Radio Tag' - 6 News Result(s)

  • Honor 8: Top 5 Features

    Honor 8: Top 5 Features

    The Honor 8 boasts of a dual camera setup at the back, has a premium look and feel, and comes with a price tag of Rs. 29,999.

  • China Completes World's Largest Radio Dish To Let Scientists Hunt For Black Holes And E.T.

    China Completes World's Largest Radio Dish To Let Scientists Hunt For Black Holes And E.T.

    If great power comes at a great cost, the ability to peer deep into the depths of the universe is no exception. For the world's largest radio telescope of its kind, completed in China on Sunday, the price tag was astronomical: the equivalent of about $180 million.

  • Radio Frequency Identification in Government Hospitals to Tag Babies

    Radio Frequency Identification in Government Hospitals to Tag Babies

    Seeking to put a stop to instances of new born babies being whisked away from government hospitals by unknown persons, Tamil Nadu government today said it proposes to provide Radio Frequency Identification or any similar technology to tag the infants.

  • US statement on students at Tri-Valley

    US statement on students at Tri-Valley

    The U.S. government welcomes all legitimate students wishing to study in the United States, and strongly encourages prospective students to protect themselves from predatory visa fraud rings and fraudulent document vendors.To combat fraud, the U.S. Embassy offers extensive educational advising resources and regularly undertakes consular outreach in...

  • US justifies ankle monitors for 'Sham University' students

    US justifies ankle monitors for 'Sham University' students

    India has expressed its concern over students being radio-tagged because their university in California had been shut down on allegations of "visa fraud," but today, the American Embassy in New Delhi justified the tagging."Use of ankle monitors is widespread across the United States and standard procedure for a variety of investigations, and does n...

  • Kashmir handicrafts to have radio frequency identification to check thefts

    In stern measures to stop the sale of fake Kashmiri shawls the world over, the Jammu and Kashmir government has decided to use radio frequency identification tag (RFIT) to protect the state's handicraft."World famous Kashmiri shawls will be tagged through RFIT which will be a great step forward to protect Kashmiri handicrafts across the globe. This...

'Radio Tag' - 5 Video Result(s)

'Radio Tag' - 6 News Result(s)

  • Honor 8: Top 5 Features

    Honor 8: Top 5 Features

    The Honor 8 boasts of a dual camera setup at the back, has a premium look and feel, and comes with a price tag of Rs. 29,999.

  • China Completes World's Largest Radio Dish To Let Scientists Hunt For Black Holes And E.T.

    China Completes World's Largest Radio Dish To Let Scientists Hunt For Black Holes And E.T.

    If great power comes at a great cost, the ability to peer deep into the depths of the universe is no exception. For the world's largest radio telescope of its kind, completed in China on Sunday, the price tag was astronomical: the equivalent of about $180 million.

  • Radio Frequency Identification in Government Hospitals to Tag Babies

    Radio Frequency Identification in Government Hospitals to Tag Babies

    Seeking to put a stop to instances of new born babies being whisked away from government hospitals by unknown persons, Tamil Nadu government today said it proposes to provide Radio Frequency Identification or any similar technology to tag the infants.

  • US statement on students at Tri-Valley

    US statement on students at Tri-Valley

    The U.S. government welcomes all legitimate students wishing to study in the United States, and strongly encourages prospective students to protect themselves from predatory visa fraud rings and fraudulent document vendors.To combat fraud, the U.S. Embassy offers extensive educational advising resources and regularly undertakes consular outreach in...

  • US justifies ankle monitors for 'Sham University' students

    US justifies ankle monitors for 'Sham University' students

    India has expressed its concern over students being radio-tagged because their university in California had been shut down on allegations of "visa fraud," but today, the American Embassy in New Delhi justified the tagging."Use of ankle monitors is widespread across the United States and standard procedure for a variety of investigations, and does n...

  • Kashmir handicrafts to have radio frequency identification to check thefts

    In stern measures to stop the sale of fake Kashmiri shawls the world over, the Jammu and Kashmir government has decided to use radio frequency identification tag (RFIT) to protect the state's handicraft."World famous Kashmiri shawls will be tagged through RFIT which will be a great step forward to protect Kashmiri handicrafts across the globe. This...

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