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EC bans official meetings by executive authorities in Haryana

EC bans official meetings by executive authorities in Haryana

30 Sep 2014

Chandigarh: Taking a serious note of "executive machinery of the state" (Haryana), including Chief Secretary holding meetings with the field staff to review election preparedness, the Election Commission on Tuesday reiterated the ban of 2008 on holding of such meetings.

EC,   Election commission,   Shrikant Walgad,   Haryana Assembly polls,   Congress,   BJP,   INLD ,  
Wine bacteria may boost health

Wine bacteria may boost health

30 Sep 2014

New York: Red wine has bacteria that may be beneficial to human health, according to a new study. Researchers in Spain isolated 11 strains of bacteria from wine, including strains of Lactobacillus, which are also found in yogurt, as well as Oenococcus and Pediococcus bacteria, which are associated with the wine-making process.

Wine bacteria,   health,   Red wine,   human health,   yogurt,   gastrointestinal system,  
Wildlife numbers halved over past four decades: WWF

Wildlife numbers halved over past four decades: WWF

30 Sep 2014

Paris: Wildlife numbers have plunged by more than half in just 40 years as Earth's human population has nearly doubled, a survey of over 3,000 vertebrate species revealed on Tuesday.

Wildlife,   WWF,   Widlife lost,   Extinct species,   Human population,   ,  
<strong>Human</strong> genome shaped by evolutionary, race with itself

Human genome shaped by evolutionary, race with itself

29 Sep 2014

Washington: An evolutionary race between rival elements within the genomes of primates drove the evolution of complex regulatory networks that orchestrate the activity of genes in every cell of our bodies, reveal new research.

Human genome,   evolutionary,   genomes,   genes,   DNA sequences,   retrotransposons,  
NHRC notice to health ministry over HIV drug shortage

NHRC notice to health ministry over HIV drug shortage

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The NHRC has issued a notice to the Health Ministry following a report that HIV patients were suffering due to shortage of medicines at government centres, a statement said on Thursday.

HIV patients,   HIV positive,   NHRC,   HIV,   National Human Rights Commission,   ,  
BHRC member proposes amendment to <strong>Human</strong> <strong>Rights</strong> Act

BHRC member proposes amendment to Human Rights Act

24 Sep 2014

Patna: Plagued by shortage of hands, a member of Bihar Human Rights Commission (BHRC) has proposed amendment of the Protection of Human Rights Act (PHRA), 1993 to induct persons as ex-officio and deemed members on the lines of National Human Rights Commission (NHRC).

BHRC,   Human Rights act,   Bihar human rights,   NHRC,   PHRA,   Ex-officio induction,  
<strong>Human</strong> sleep pattern may have evolved first in oceans

Human sleep pattern may have evolved first in oceans

29 Sep 2014

Berlin: The cells that control our rhythms of sleep and wakefulness may have first evolved in the ocean - hundreds of millions of years ago - in response to pressure to move away from the Sun, a new study has found.

Human Sleep,   Sleep pattern,   Ocean,   Ocean creatures,   Melatonin,   Brain larvae,  
Clintons meets Modi; laud PM's initiative to clean Ganga river

Clintons meets Modi; laud PM's initiative to clean Ganga river

29 Sep 2014

New York: Showering effusive praise on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, former US President Bill Clinton on Monday said no one else before him had "knowledge and votes" to build a national economy, as the Clinton couple met the Indian leader here.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   Bill Clinton,   national economy ,  
Members urge Puducherry government to ban fake <strong>Human</strong> <strong>Rights</strong> panels

Members urge Puducherry government to ban fake Human Rights panels

19 Sep 2014

Puducherry: Members cutting across party lines on Friday made out a strong case in the Puducherry assembly that government should ban ‘self-styled’ Human Rights organizations in the Union Territory which were started only to ‘extract money’ by intimidating private individuals and others. Raising the issue Om Sakthi Segar (AIADMK) said there were self-styled human organizations functioning in Puducherry which were started only to intimidate the industrialists and others to extract money.

Human trafficking,   Human Rights,   Puducherry assembly,   Human Rights organizations,   N.Rangasamy,  
Tata International appoints GK Pillai as <strong>chairman</strong>

Tata International appoints GK Pillai as chairman

27 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Tata International, the global trading and distribution arm of the Tata group, on Friday named GK Pillai as chairman of the company with effect from 26th September.

TATA International,   Chairman,   GK Pillai,   B. Muthuraman,   WTO ,  

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