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first_imgNew Delhi, Nov 16 (PTI) DEN Networks is selling an additional 25 percent stake in its soccer business to Wall Street Investments Ltd, majority co-owner of ISL franchise Delhi Dynamos FC, for an undisclosed amount. Wall Street Investment, majority co-owner of ISL franchise Delhi Dynamos FC, has received an in-principle approval from Registrar of Companies of Delhi and Haryana for changing the name of DEN Sports & Entertainment and DEN Soccer to Delhi Sports & Entertainment and Delhi Soccer respectively. The Board of Directors of DEN Sports and DEN Soccer in their meeting held yesterday has considered and approved: Further transfer of 25 percent equity stake of DEN Sports from DEN Networks to Wall Street, change of name of DEN Sports and DEN Soccer subject to approval of RoC, other completion conditions in terms of agreement executed amongst DEN, Wall Street, DEN Sports and DEN Soccer. With the said acquisition, the holding of Wall Street has increased from 55 percent to 80 percent and the holding of DEN has reduced from 45 percent to 20 percent. PTI AH ATlast_img read more

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first_imgA team of US researchers has developed a tiny “walking” motor that can move back and forth across a surface or turn the gears of a machine.The mobile motor could pave the way for robots to assemble complex structures — including other robots, said the team from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).These tiny robots to work in confined spaces”One emerging application is to make tiny robots that can work in confined spaces,” said Professor Neil Gershenfeld.Langford’s initial motor has an ant-like ability to lift seven times its own weight.About this novel motorThe team assembled the novel motor that moves an appendage in discrete mechanical steps, which can be used to turn a gear wheel, and a mobile form of the motor that turns those steps into locomotion, allowing it to “walk” across a surface in a way that is reminiscent of the molecular motors that move muscles.These parts could also be assembled into hands for gripping, or legs for walking, as needed for a particular task, and then later reassembled as those needs change.The ‘digital materials’Gershenfeld refered to them as “digital materials,” discrete parts that can be reversibly joined, forming a kind of functional micro-LEGO.To build in the “brains,” Langford has added part types that contain millimeter-sized integrated circuits, along with a few other part types to take care of connecting electrical signals in three dimensions.The work was set to be presented at the ongoing “International Conference on Manipulation, Automation and Robotics at Small Scales” (MARSS) in Helsinki, Finland.advertisementRead: Education Budget 2019: National Sports Education Board to be set up under Khelo IndiaRead: New IIT-Guwahati Director T. G. Sitharam plans extension centres in Northeastlast_img read more

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