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India contributes USD 1 million to UN women's <strong>body</strong>

India contributes USD 1 million to UN women's body

02 Oct 2014

United Nations: Underscoring its commitment to the UN's body on gender equality and women empowerment, India has contributed USD 1 million to the organisation for the current financial year.

India contributes USD 1 million,   UN women's body,   women empowerment,   United Nation,   External Affairs Minister,   Sushma Swaraj,  
Boxer Sarita Devi faces AIBA probe for returning medal

Boxer Sarita Devi faces AIBA probe for returning medal

01 Oct 2014

Incheon: India's woman Boxer Sarita Devi is facing an AIBA probe for returning her bronze medal during the podium ceremony with the world governing body's supervisor describing her act as "regretful".

India's woman Boxer Sarita Devi,   AIBA,   Boxing world governing body,  
Self-compassion leads to positive <strong>body</strong> image in women

Self-compassion leads to positive body image in women

30 Sep 2014

Toronto: Women who accept and tolerate their bodily imperfections appear to have a more positive body image despite their high body mass index (BMI) and are better able to handle personal disappointments and setbacks in their daily lives, a research indicated.

Self-compassion,   positive body image,   women,   body mass index,   BMI,   eating disorders,  
Now, 'lung flute' to help COPD patients breathe easier

Now, 'lung flute' to help COPD patients breathe easier

29 Sep 2014

New York: A hand-held respiratory device called 'lung flute' can help patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) improve their symptoms and health, a new study, led by an Indian-origin researcher has found.

COPD patient,   lung flute,   chronic obstructive pulmonary disease,   bronchitis,   emphysema,   Body-Mass Index,  
New type of brain cell discovered

New type of brain cell discovered

24 Sep 2014

New York: Researchers have discovered a strange new type of brain cell that sends signals by by-passing the cell body altogether. Neurons come in different shapes and sizes but the basic blueprint consists of a cell body, from which protrudes spindly appendages called dendrites and axons.

Brain cell,   Cellular body,   Human Body,   Neurons,   Dendrites,  Cell shape ,  
Naxalites plant <strong>bomb</strong> in martyr CRPF Jawan’s <strong>body</strong>

Naxalites plant bomb in martyr CRPF Jawan’s body

10 Jan 2013

After Monday’s gun battle between CRPF personnel and Naxalites in which several security personnel lost their lives, it has been reported that red ultras planted a bomb in the body of one of the martyr jawans.

CRPF jawan,   IED found in Jawans body,   Naxals,   ambush in Latehar district,   bomb planted in body,   bomb stitched inside body,  
US <strong>body</strong> wants Obama to raise trade issues with Modi

US body wants Obama to raise trade issues with Modi

26 Sep 2014

Washington: A US business advocacy group said that concrete action is needed to remove longstanding Indian trade and investment barriers even as it appealed to President Barack Obama to take up the issues with Prime Minister Narendra Modi here next week.

US body,   Obama,   trade issues,   Modi,   PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,   Indo-US ties,  
Indian-American <strong>body</strong> calls for UNSC reform

Indian-American body calls for UNSC reform

24 Sep 2014

Washington: Asserting that India has an 'irreplaceable economic and political role' at the global stage, an Indian-American body has called for an immediate reform of the UNSC to make the country its permanent member.

UNSC reform,   AIPAC,   Developing countries,   Security council members,   UN Security Council,   ,  
Appointment in higher judiciary by another <strong>body</strong> may affect its ‘independence’: CJI RM Lodha

Appointment in higher judiciary by another body may affect its ‘independence’: CJI RM Lodha

26 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Bating for smooth functioning of the judiciary, outgoing Chief Justice of India RM Lodha on Friday said that appointment in higher judiciary by another body may affect ‘independence’ of judicial system.

Chief Justice of India RM Lodha,   Indian jurisdiction,   CJI,   S Sathasivam,   Gopal Subramanium,  
Basketball <strong>body</strong> says headwear ban not religious after Qatar women's team quit Asian Games

Basketball body says headwear ban not religious after Qatar women's team quit Asian Games

26 Sep 2014

Incheon: Basketball's world body insisted its ban on headwear has no "religious connotation" after Qatar's women's team quit the Asian Games because they were not allowed to play in hijab scarves.

Incheon,   basketball,   world body,   ban,   headwear,   religious connotation,  Qatar's women's team,   Asian Games,   hijab scarves,  

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