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Human 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 ,  
<strong>Drinking</strong> coffee may lower multiple sclerosis risk: Study

Drinking coffee may lower multiple sclerosis risk: Study

28 Feb 2015

Washington: People who drink four to six cups of coffee daily may have a lower risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS), a new research has claimed.

Coffee,   sclerosis risk,   multiple sclerosis,   Caffeine,   Alzheimer,   Parkinson,  
Gayle backs out of training but no <strong>problem</strong>, say Windies

Gayle backs out of training but no problem, say Windies

26 Feb 2015

Sydney: West Indies captain Jason Holder Thursday played down Chris Gayle`s absence from training on the eve of the team`s crunch World Cup Pool B match with South Africa at the Sydney Cricket Ground.

West Indies cricket captain,   Jason Holder,   Chris Gayle,   ICC ODI World Cup,   South Africa vs West Indies,   Sydney Cricket Ground,  
Orissa High Court orders for panel to monitor jaundice

Orissa High Court orders for panel to monitor jaundice

13 Feb 2015

Cuttack: Orissa High Court has directed the state government to form a high-level committee under the chairmanship of the Chief Secretary to monitor the situation arising out of the spread of jaundice in the state.

Orissa High Court,   jaundice,   Odisha,   drinking water facilities,   clean drinking water,  
Economic Survey 2014-15: Cable laying in 5,000 <strong>villages</strong> completed under NOFN

Economic Survey 2014-15: Cable laying in 5,000 villages completed under NOFN

27 Feb 2015

New Delhi: The government has completed cable laying in just about 5,000 villages under its plan to connect all 2.5 lakh gram panchayats by optic fibre by December 2016, says the Economic Survey 2014-15.

Economic Survey,   Economic Survey 2014 2015,   optic fibre,   Telecom industry,   cables,   National Optical Fibre Network,   NOFN project,  
Kejriwal writes to Haryana CM to ensure <strong>water</strong> supply in Delhi

Kejriwal writes to Haryana CM to ensure water supply in Delhi

27 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday sought the cooperation of his Haryana counterpart ML Khattar for ensuring adequate supply of water in the national capital as he took up the long-pending issue of the Munak canal ahead of the onset of summer.

Delhi Chief Minister,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Haryana Chief Minister,   Manohar Lal Khattar,   Water Supply ,  
Rajasthan in <strong>water</strong> management pact with Singapore Cooperation Enterprise

Rajasthan in water management pact with Singapore Cooperation Enterprise

26 Feb 2015

Jaipur: Rajasthan on Wednesday signed a grant agreement with Singapore Cooperation Enterprise (SCE) on water management and to develop capabilities in urban water management in the state.

Rajasthan water management pact,   Singapore Cooperation Enterprise,   SCE,   Rajasthan Chief Minister,   Vasundhara Raje,   K Shanmugam,   Singapore Foreign Affairs Minister,  
Arsenic-affected village now selling packaged <strong>drinking</strong> <strong>water</strong>

Arsenic-affected village now selling packaged drinking water

02 Feb 2015

Gaighata (WB): Once forced to drink arsenic-contaminated ground water, residents of a remote hamlet in West Bengal near Indo-Bangla border are now purifying water from ponds and selling packaged safe drinking water to neighbouring villages.

contaminated packaged drinking water,   Sulabh Jal,   arsenic contaminated water,   Arsenic affected WB village,   Madhusudankanti water quality,  
Haryana government approves 21 new <strong>water</strong> supply schemes

Haryana government approves 21 new water supply schemes

07 Feb 2015

Chandigarh: Haryana government on Saturday said it has approved 21 new rural water supply schemes and 20 ongoing schemes costing Rs 30.59 crore for augmenting drinking water facilities in various parts of the state.

Haryana water supply schemes,   new rural water supply schemes,   Haryana,   drinking water,   Haryana government,   Haryana Chief Minister,   Manohar Lal Khattar,  
Lapcare launches '<strong>water</strong> resistant' Bluetooth speaker for Rs 1,459 ahead of Holi festival

Lapcare launches 'water resistant' Bluetooth speaker for Rs 1,459 ahead of Holi festival

27 Feb 2015

New Delhi: With festival Holi approaching in near-time, homegrown manufacturer Lapcare has come up with a new device to add a treat to its celebration.

Lapcare,   Lapcare water resistant speaker,   Lapcare Bluetooth speaker,   Holi celebration,   Lapcare YO LBS333 Bluetooth speaker,   Holi,  

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