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S Christopher takes charge as new <strong>DRDO</strong> chief

S Christopher takes charge as new DRDO chief

29 May 2015

New Delhi: Radar specialist S. Christopher took charge as the new Director General of Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and its Secretary on Friday morning, with the appointment being welcomed by defence scientists and officials.

DRDO,   Radar specialist,   S Christopher,   Director General of DRDO,   Defence Research and Development Organisation,   Secretary of DRDO,   Defence Scientists,   Avinash Chander,   Defence Ministry,   Latest Nation News,  
 Tattoos come with long-term medical risks

Tattoos come with long-term medical risks

29 May 2015

New York: If you are considering getting inked, you need to be caution as it may leave you prone to some chronic complications that may require surgical intervention, says a new study.

Tattoos,   medical risks with tattoo,   Tattoo demerits,   Research on Tattoo,   Latest health news,  
David Gill refuses vice-presidential role post Blatter's re-election

David Gill refuses vice-presidential role post Blatter's re-election

30 May 2015

London: The fallout from Sepp Blatter's re-election as president of scandal-plagued FIFA continued today with Football Association vice-president David Gill confirming he would not take up his post on FIFA's elite Executive Board.

Sepp Blatter,   FIFA president,   Football Association,   David Gill,   Latest News,  
Europeans lead outcry over <strong>latest</strong> FIFA scandal

Europeans lead outcry over latest FIFA scandal

28 May 2015

South Africa: Leading figures from across European soccer voiced dismay on Wednesday over the latest scandal to engulf FIFA, the game's powerful governing body, with many of them calling for its presidential election set for Friday to be postponed.

FIFA scandal,   European soccer,   FIFA,   German football federation,   FIFA members,   Wolfgang Niersbach,   Latest sports news,  
Eating healthy: Why 'do' is better than 'don't'

Eating healthy: Why 'do' is better than 'don't'

30 May 2015

New York: If you want to inculcate healthy eating habits in your child, tell him what he 'can' eat rather than telling him what he 'can't', advises a new study."Telling your child to eat an apple so they stay healthy will work better than telling them not to eat the cookie because it will make them fat.

Eating healthy,   eating habits,   health and fitness,   Latest lifestyle news ,  
Dempo SC gets relegated after losing to Salgaocar

Dempo SC gets relegated after losing to Salgaocar

30 May 2015

Vasco: Salgaocar FC scored twice in the extra time to beat Dempo SC 2-0 and finish seventh at the end of the last round of Hero I-League played at Tilak Stadium here today. With the match heading to a tame draw, Salgaocar's Gilbert Oliveira and Darryl Duffy struck a goal each in the extra time to help themselves save the relegation.

Salgaocar FC,   Dempo SC,   I League,   Tilak Stadium,   Gilbert Oliveira,   Darryl Duffy,   Latest News,  
Sepp Blatter aims to ease sponsor anger over FIFA graft

Sepp Blatter aims to ease sponsor anger over FIFA graft

30 May 2015

Zurich: FIFA is taking action to ease the fears of sponsors over corruption scandals, world football chief Sepp Blatter said Saturday as he denied authorising a USD 10 million payment to a disgraced official.

FIFA sponsors,   FIFA corruption scandals,   world football chief,   Sepp Blatter,   Latest News,  
Larsen & Toubro profit down 27 percent but home market improving

Larsen & Toubro profit down 27 percent but home market improving

30 May 2015

New Delhi/Mumbai: Industrial group Larsen & Toubro reported a 27 percent drop in net profit in the three months through March, that nevertheless beat estimates, and said it was upbeat on prospects in its domestic market.

Larsen and Tourbo,   Economy,   Domestic Market,   Net Profit,   Latest Business News ,  
Artificial heart lung machine used to cure H1N1-affected child

Artificial heart lung machine used to cure H1N1-affected child

30 May 2015

Chennai: In a first of its kind initiative, an artificial heart lung machine has been used to cure a child suffering from swine flu at the Apollo Children's Hospital here.Soubhashree was rushed from Puducherry to here by a team of doctors from Apollo Hospitals recently after her oxygen levels in the lungs were very low as she had swine flu.

Artificial heart,   lung machine,   H1N1-affected child,   Apollo Children Hospital,   Latest health news,  
 Indian military lab develops kit to detect swine flu in hours

Indian military lab develops kit to detect swine flu in hours

21 May 2015

New Delhi: In a major breakthrough in detecting the deadly swine flu virus that killed around 2,000 people in 2015, a key military research centre has developed a kit that can detect the virus in a matter of hours.

DRDO,   Swine flue detector kit,   Military lab,   H1N1,   Swine flu virus,   Military research centre,   Latest Nation News ,  

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