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UN expresses concern over Ukraine conflict

UN expresses concern over Ukraine conflict

02 Mar 2015

Geneva: More than 6,000 people have died in the nearly one-year-old Ukraine conflict, the UN human rights office said and warned that "deliberate targeting" of civilians may constitute a "crime against humanity".

Ukraine crisis,   UN,   Ukraine conflict,   UN High Commissioner for Human Rights,   Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein ,  
IS releases 19 abducted Christian Assyrians

IS releases 19 abducted Christian Assyrians

02 Mar 2015

Damascus: The Islamic State (IS) militants on Sunday released 19 Christian Assyrians they had kidnapped last month, a monitoring group reported.

Islamic State,   IS militants,   Christian Assyrians,   Syrian Observatory for Human Rights ,  
<strong>National</strong> parties' fund collection rise 5-times in ten years

National parties' fund collection rise 5-times in ten years

02 Mar 2015

New Delhi: The total funds collected by national parties during Lok Sabha polls has grown nearly five times in the last ten years, with BJP and Congress topping the charts in terms of capital mop-up, a study said on Monday.

National Parties,   National Parties Fund Collection,   Lok Sabha Polls,   BJP,   Congress,   Association of Democratic Reforms,   ,  
<strong>Human</strong> retina is built backwards, confirm scientists

Human retina is built backwards, confirm scientists

02 Mar 2015

London: For the first time, researcher has confirmed that the human retina is built backwards, with the neurons in front of the photoreceptors, rather than behind them.

Human retina,   photoreceptors,   retina,   water filled goggles ,  
Tips for healthy mind, body, heart for women

Tips for healthy mind, body, heart for women

02 Mar 2015

New Delhi: In the process to take care of their home and career, it gets difficult for women to take care of their mind, body and heart.

healthy mind Tips,   human heart,   women,   tips for good health ,  
 Neurons controlling appetite made from skin cells

Neurons controlling appetite made from skin cells

02 Mar 2015

Washington: Researchers have for the first time successfully converted adult human skin cells into neurons of the type that regulate appetite, an advance that may lead to new treatments for obesity.

Neurons,   appetite,   human skin cells,   obesity treatment,   Columbia University Medical Center,  
Smooth polls due to J&K people, security, Election <strong>Commission</strong>: Centre

Smooth polls due to J&K people, security, Election Commission: Centre

02 Mar 2015

New Delhi: As newly sworn-in Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed's statement crediting "people from across the border" for conduct of Assembly polls triggered a controversy, the Centre on Monday maintained that it is people of the state, security forces and Election Commission, whose efforts should be given the credit.

Mufti controversial comments,   J&K Chief Minister,   Mufti Mohammad Sayeed,   Pakistan,   J&K assembly election,   Election Commission,   Jammu and Kashmir,  
Burial pods to turn <strong>human</strong> remains into trees!

Burial pods to turn human remains into trees!

02 Mar 2015

New York: A team of Italian designers has devised the concept of a biodegradable burial pod that will turn human remains into nutrients for a tree.

biodegradable burial pod,   human remains,   trees,   Capsula Mundi,   nutrients for tree,  
States unwilling to fix taxes, <strong>commission</strong> on foodgrains at 3-4 percent

States unwilling to fix taxes, commission on foodgrains at 3-4 percent

01 Mar 2015

New Delhi: State governments have expressed their unwillingness to implement the Shanta Kumar-led FCI restructuring panel's recommendation to fix taxes and commission on foodgrains at 3-4 percent, a top Food Ministry official has said.

Food Corporation of India,   FCI,   foodgrains tax,   foodgrains commission,   Shanta Kumar,   Food Ministry,   National Food Security Act ,  
Sensex closes 98 points up, capital goods stocks zoom

Sensex closes 98 points up, capital goods stocks zoom

02 Mar 2015

Mumbai: A benchmark index of Indian equities markets, the 30-scrip Sensitive Index (Sensex), provisionally ended on Monday's trade up 98 points or 0.33 percent.

Sensex,   BSE Sensex,   NSE Nifty,   Sensitive Index,   National Stock Exchange ,  

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