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Cow immune system inspires new therapies for humans

Cow immune system inspires new therapies for humans

07 Feb 2015

New York: Scientists have developed a potential new therapy based on immune molecules from cows to help people with hormone deficiencies.

Cow immune system,   human beings,   hormone deficiencies,   Scripps Research Institute,  
Another Gangrape On <strong>National</strong> Highway In Uttar Pradesh

Another Gangrape On National Highway In Uttar Pradesh

03 Aug 2016

Bareily (UP): A teacher was on Tuesday allegedly abducted in broad daylight and gangraped in a field along a state highway linking Delhi-Lucknow National Highway 24, days after the Bulandshahr gangrape incident.

Gangrape On National Highway,   Teacher gangraped,   Rape in Uttar Pradesh,   Gangrape in Bareily,   Gangrape on Delhi Lucknow National Highway 24,   Bulandshahr gangrape,   Latest States News,  
<strong>National</strong> Investigation Agency Waiting For Home Ministry's Nod To Probe Uri Attack

National Investigation Agency Waiting For Home Ministry's Nod To Probe Uri Attack

19 Sep 2016

New Delhi: A six-member NIA team is in Srinagar, waiting for the Union Home Ministry's orders to take over probe into the terror attack on the Uri army camp in Jammu and Kashmir that left 18 soldiers dead, official sources said on Monday.

Uri Attack,   Uri terror attack,   NIA,   National Investigation Agency,   Home Ministry,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Latest nation news ,  
Kaziranga <strong>National</strong> Park: 2 Civilians Killed, 18 Policemen Injured In Firing

Kaziranga National Park: 2 Civilians Killed, 18 Policemen Injured In Firing

19 Sep 2016

Nagaon (Assam): 2 civilians were killed and 18 policemen injured in firing near Kaziranga National Park after locals clashed with police over eviction drive.

Firing Near Kaziranga National Park,   Eviction drive in Assam,   Civilians Killed in Kiziranga,   Assam Police,   Nagaon SP Devraj Upadhyay,   ,  
<strong>National</strong> Green Tribunal questions Meghalaya govt records on <strong>2012</strong> mining incident

National Green Tribunal questions Meghalaya govt records on 2012 mining incident

19 Nov 2013

New Delhi: The National Green Tribunal raised doubts regarding reports and other records submitted by Meghalaya government about a 2012 mining accident there, when 15 persons were allegedly trapped in a coal mine, saying the documents don't seem to be that old.

National Green Tribunal,   NGT,   Meghalaya,   Meghalaya government,   2013 mining incident,  
Vijay Dahiya, Amit Bhandari In Race For <strong>National</strong> Cricket Selector's Job

Vijay Dahiya, Amit Bhandari In Race For National Cricket Selector's Job

16 Sep 2016

New Delhi: Former India wicketkeeper Vijay Dahiya, pace bowler Amit Bhandari are among the prominent names to have applied for the national selectors (senior and junior) post for the upcoming season.

National Selectors,   National Selection Committee,   Amit Bhandari,   Vijay Dahiya,   BCCI,   Latest sports news ,  
<strong>National</strong> Hockey Camp Restarts To Set Tone For Asian Champions Hockey

National Hockey Camp Restarts To Set Tone For Asian Champions Hockey

16 Sep 2016

Bengaluru: Fresh and rejuvenated after a brief break post their eight-place finish in the Rio Olympics, core probables of Indian senior men's hockey team will return to the national camp, starting here on Sunday.

Asian Champions Hockey,   National Hockey Team,   Mens Hockey Team,   Mens Hockey,   Hockey team,   Latest sports news,  
<strong>Spelling</strong> mistakes galore in Delhi Metro stations

Spelling mistakes galore in Delhi Metro stations

01 Aug 2014

New Delhi: It may be offering a world-class service to its commuters, but when it comes to spelling out names of places and stations on its signage and route maps, the Delhi Metro leaves a lot to be desired.

Delhi Metro,   Central Secretariat,   New Delhi Railway Station,   Mandi House,   Metro Station Delhi,  
Stressed young bees could be cause of colony collapse: Study

Stressed young bees could be cause of colony collapse: Study

12 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), a phenomena in which worker bees from a European honey bee colony abruptly disappear, is a major threat to bee colonies across the world, according to a recently released study.

young bees,   colony collapse disorder,   CCD,   honey bee,   honey bee family,   worker bees,  
Kiren Rijiju Says Steps Against Separatists In Kashmir Will Be In <strong>National</strong> Interest

Kiren Rijiju Says Steps Against Separatists In Kashmir Will Be In National Interest

07 Sep 2016

New Delhi: Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju said on Wednesday all actions in Jammu and Kashmir, including steps against separatists, will be taken keeping "national interest" in mind.

Kiren Rijiju,   Separatists In Kashmir,   Minister of State for Home,   Kashmir issue,   Latest Nation News,  

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