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Kids skipping lunch lose out on essential nutrients

Kids skipping lunch lose out on essential nutrients

30 Mar 2015

New York:  Skipping lunch is a common practice among children and adolescents, with 13 percent of younger children and 17 percent of 9-13 year old skipping lunch on a given day, reveals a new survey that evaluated eating patterns of more than 3,500 children in the US.

Kids,   Skipping lunch,   nutrients,   Nestle Research Centre,   Nutrition Examination Survey,  
Ranbaxy in kitty, Sun Pharma to focus on <strong>Research</strong> and Development, global reach

Ranbaxy in kitty, Sun Pharma to focus on Research and Development, global reach

25 Mar 2015

Mumbai: Sun Pharmaceutical, which on Wednesday concluded the buyout of Ranbaxy Labs, said the combined entity will expand Research and Development capabilities and global presence that can lead to a value accretion of USD 250 million over three years.

Ranbaxy,   Sun Pharmaceutical,   Global,   Research and Development,   Domestic market,   Israel Makov ,  
India may launch two more navigation satellites this year

India may launch two more navigation satellites this year

27 Mar 2015

Chennai: India is expected to launch at least two more navigation satellites this year and one more in 2016 to offer satellite navigation services by the middle of next year, Indian space agency officials said.

India,   navigation satellites,   satellite navigation services,   Indian space agency,   Indian Space Research Organisation,   ISRO,  
Virat Kohli unwinds by watching Anushka's <strong>latest</strong> flick

Virat Kohli unwinds by watching Anushka's latest flick

17 Mar 2015

Melbourne: Star batsman Virat Kohli decided to unwind before the cricket World Cup quarterfinal against Bangladesh by watching Bollywood's latest suspense thriller NH 10, which features his girlfriend Anushka Sharma in lead role.

Virat Kohli,   Cricket World Cup,   India vs Bangladesh,   NH 10,   Virat girlfriend,   Anushka Sharma,  
Stars may generate sound too

Stars may generate sound too

24 Mar 2015

London:  A chance discovery by a team of researchers including physicists from the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research in Mumbai has provided experimental evidence that stars may generate sound.The study of fluids in motion now known as hydrodynamics goes back to the Egyptians, so it is not often that new discoveries are made.

Stars,   Sound,   Researchers,   Physicists,   Tata Institute of Fundamental Research in Mumbai,   hydrodynamics,   Egyptians ,   Discoveries,  
Smoking parents put kids at high heart attack risk

Smoking parents put kids at high heart attack risk

24 Mar 2015

Melbourne:  Smoking in front of your kids puts them at higher risk of developing heart disease in adulthood, says a new study.

Smoking,   Parents,   Kids,   Heart attack,   Costan Magnussen,   Menzies Institute for Medical Research,  
Sekhar Basu to replace Avinash Chander in <strong>DRDO</strong>?

Sekhar Basu to replace Avinash Chander in DRDO?

14 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Nuclear scientist Sekhar Basu is likely to be named the new DRDO chief replacing Avinash Chander, a government sources said on Wednesday.

Sekhar Basu,   Avinash Chander,   DRDO,   Defence organization,   Defence Research and Development Organisation,   Agni missile,   Bhabha Atomic Research Centre,   Indian Navy,  
Apple launches mobile platform 'ResearchKit' for biomedical <strong>research</strong>

Apple launches mobile platform 'ResearchKit' for biomedical research

11 Mar 2015

New York: Tech giant Apple has launched ResearchKit, an iPhone-based platform that researchers can use to design and administer app-based studies.

Apple Inc,   ResearchKit,   Apple iPhone,   Apple app,   Apple Watch,  
Mars Orbiter mission extended for another six months

Mars Orbiter mission extended for another six months

24 Mar 2015

Bengaluru:  India's maiden Mars Orbiter mission was extended for another six months on Tuesday to further explore the Red Planet and its atmosphere, a senior official said here."As the 1,340 kg Mars Orbiter has sufficient fuel (37 kg) to last longer than it was intended earlier, its mission has been extended for another six months," said the senior official of the Indian space agency.

Mars,   Orbiter mission,   Red Planet,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi ,   Sriharikota,   Indian Space Research Organisation,   Mars Exospheric Neutral Composition Analyser,   Lyman Alpha Photometer,   ,  
Nine <strong>DRDO</strong> projects running behind schedule

Nine DRDO projects running behind schedule

27 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Nine projects of Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) are behind schedule for various reasons, the Lok Sabha was told.

DRDO projects,   Lok Sabha,   Defence Minister,   Manohar Parrikar,  

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