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Much to be done in field of medical and <strong>research</strong>: PM Modi

Much to be done in field of medical and research: PM Modi

20 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Noting that India is way behind in the field of medical research, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said much more needs to be done and asked doctors passing out from AIIMS to give back to society which has "contributed" in making them what they are.

PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,   AIIMS,   AIIMS convocation,   BJP,   Medical and research field of India,   All India Institute of Medical Sciences,  
<strong>DRDO</strong> to go ahead with nuke-capable missile test despite Hudhud

DRDO to go ahead with nuke-capable missile test despite Hudhud

13 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The test firing of nuclear-capable Nirbhay cruise missile will be carried on as scheduled despite the havoc wreaked by cyclonic storm Hudhud along the eastern coast, India's Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) said on Monday.

Test firing,   Nuclear-capable missile,   Nirbhay cruise missile,   Cyclonic storm,   Hudhud,   Eastern coast,   Defence Research and Development Organisation,   DRDO,   India defence,  
Young kids often given wrong medication, reveals study

Young kids often given wrong medication, reveals study

20 Oct 2014

New York: One child is affected every eight minutes when usually a well-meaning parent or caregiver commits an unintentional medication error, said a US-based study.

Kids,   medication,   Research,   Disease,   Health,   Ohio,  
PM congratulates scientists on successful missile launch

PM congratulates scientists on successful missile launch

17 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday congratulated scientists on the successful test-firing of indigenously developed nuclear capable cruise missile 'Nirbhay', saying this meant a "great impetus" to the country's defence capabilities.

PM,   Nirbhay missile,   scientists,   DRDO,   Indian scientists,   Brahmos,  
Tablet sales slowing in 2014: <strong>Research</strong>

Tablet sales slowing in 2014: Research

16 Oct 2014

New Delhi: As consumers are opting for other device options like hybrids and two-in-one, global tablet sales are showing a slowing trend with the smart devices expected to contribute to less than 10 percent of all devices in 2014, research firm Gartner said.

Tablet,   Tablet consumers,   Hybrids,   Global tablet sales,   Smart devices,   Smartphone,   Devices,   Research,   Gartner,  
Google tries to upstage Apple with <strong>latest</strong> devices

Google tries to upstage Apple with latest devices

16 Oct 2014

San Francisco: Google is coming out with bigger, more expensive versions of its Nexus phone and tablet to attract more of the affluent consumers who faithfully buy each new generation of Apple's iPhone and iPad.

Google,   Nexus,   Apple Inc,   iPhone,   iPad,   Smartphone,   Tablet,   Google Nexus,   Android,   Apple Inc.,   iPad Air,   iPad,  
Indian Museum to consult British know-how for spruce-up

Indian Museum to consult British know-how for spruce-up

17 Oct 2014

Kolkata: The 200-year-old Indian Museum, said to be the oldest in the Asia-Pacific region, is consulting experts from London's Natural History Museum (NHM) to assist in planning strategies, digitisation of the collection and developing a premier research-curation hub.

India,   Museum,   British,   London,   Artefacts,   research-curation,  
<strong>Latest</strong> IIP data not worrisome, says Sitharaman

Latest IIP data not worrisome, says Sitharaman

11 Oct 2014

Kolkata: The latest Index of Industrial Production data -- which logged in 5-month low growth rate for August -- was not worrisome as some other sectors were showing signs of expansion, Minister of State for Commerce and Industry Nirmala Sitharaman said.

Industrial Production data,   IIP data,   India growth rate,   Commerce and Industry,   Nirmala Sitharaman,  
Kmart is <strong>latest</strong> victim of US retail data breach

Kmart is latest victim of US retail data breach

11 Oct 2014

Washington: Discount retailer Kmart said a data breach of its systems had compromised some customers' debit and credit card numbers, in the latest cybersecurity attack against a major US store.

Kmart,   US,   Retail data breach,   cyber security attack ,  
Jet lag can make you fat!

Jet lag can make you fat!

17 Oct 2014

London: Frequent fliers should read this. According to researchers, disruption of the circadian clock alters the rhythms and composition of the microbial community in the gut, leading to obesity and metabolic problems.

Jet lag,   Fat,   health,   Research,   obesity,   microbial community,   microbiota,  

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