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Government <strong>effects</strong> mid-level bureaucratic reshuffle

Government effects mid-level bureaucratic reshuffle

24 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Nearly 40 IAS officers have been shifted to different departments as part of a mid-level bureaucratic reshuffle effected by the central government.

IAS officers,   IAS officers transfer,   IAS officers transfer 2014,   Mid-level bureaucracy,   Bureaucracy reshuffle,   Central government,   Modi government,  
'Finding Fanny' and 'Creature 3D' get a decent start

'Finding Fanny' and 'Creature 3D' get a decent start

17 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Homi Adjania’s Finding Fanny has collected around Rs 18 crore in the first four days of its release, while Vikram Bhatt’s Creature 3D has managed to rake in Rs 13 crore.

Finding Fanny,   Creature 3D,   Homi Adjania,   Vikram Bhatt,   Rajesh Thadani,   3D effects,   Mary Kom,  
Burning garbage has worse health <strong>effects</strong> than previously estimated

Burning garbage has worse health effects than previously estimated

28 Aug 2014

Mumbai: A new study by National Center for Atmospheric Research reveals that burning of trash has more adverse effect on public health than it was assumed.

Burning garbage,   health effects,   burning trash,   public health,   mercury,   polycyclic hydrocarbons,   ,  
Ebola affected health workers to receive 'best care': WHO

Ebola affected health workers to receive 'best care': WHO

25 Aug 2014

Geneva: The World Health Organisation (WHO) said it will ensure its Ebola-affected health workers in Sierra Leone receive the best care possible, including the option of medical evacuation to another care facility if necessary.

Ebola virus,   effects of Ebola,   Ebola,   World Health Organisation,   WHO,   ,  
 Low-educated smokers at greater stroke risk: Study

Low-educated smokers at greater stroke risk: Study

16 Aug 2014

London: Adults smokers with limited education face a greater risk of stroke than those with a higher education, says a study.

Low-educated smokers,   effects of smoking,   smoking is injurious to health,   Diseases caused by smoking,   Cigarettes ,  
Flight restrictions hamper Ebola response: UN

Flight restrictions hamper Ebola response: UN

26 Aug 2014

United Nations: The UN warned on Monday that restrictions on flights to and from Ebola-hit West African countries could hamper the international community's ability to fight and reverse the current outbreak of the deadly virus disease.

Ebola outbreak,   Ebola crisis,   Ebola treatment,   Deadly virus disease,   Stephane Dujarric,   UN Spokesperson,   Ebola control effects,   World health Organization,   David Nabarro,  
Mouth bacteria change diet as per body health

Mouth bacteria change diet as per body health

14 Aug 2014

New York: In what could lead to better ways to prevent or even reverse the gum disease periodontitis and diabetes, researchers have found that bacteria inside your mouth drastically change how they act when you are sick.

Bacteria,   Diet effects,   Periodontitis,   Diabetes,   Texas Advanced Computing Center,   memory image,  
'Increasing alcohol cost curbs harmful drinking'

'Increasing alcohol cost curbs harmful drinking'

01 Aug 2014

London: Reducing alcohol's affordability is the most effective way to reduce alcohol-related harm in people, says a study.

alcohol,   side-effects of alcohol,   Diseases cause by access of alcohol,   alcohol consumption ,  
Is Bipasha Basu acting pricey?

Is Bipasha Basu acting pricey?

25 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Bipasha Basu is all set to promote Vikram Bhatt’s film Creature 3D, but the actress apparently wants the film’s makers to take care of costs incurred for her styling, hair and makeup. What’s more, this cost is amounting to a whopping Rs 1 lakh per promotional appearance.

Bipasha Basu,   Vikram Bhatt,   Creature 3D,   VFX effects,   Bhushan Kumar,  
Paracetamol no better than placebo for low back pain, study finds

Paracetamol no better than placebo for low back pain, study finds

24 Jul 2014

London: Paracetamol, a painkiller universally recommended to treat people with acute low back pain, does not speed recovery or reduce pain from the condition, according to the results of a large trial published on Thursday.

Paracetamol,   Paracetamol effects,   Paracetamol use in back pain,   medicines for low back pain ,  

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