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Tremendous <strong>response</strong> to Gurutsav 2014: Smirti Irani

Tremendous response to Gurutsav 2014: Smirti Irani

29 Aug 2014

New Delhi: HRD Minister Smriti Irani on Friday said the response given to government's initiative of holding essay writing competition, to mark Teachers' Day, has been ‘tremendous’.

Gurutsav 2014,   Smirti Irani,   HRD Minister,   HRD ministry,   students,   essay competition,  
Beware! Cigarette substitutes bad for bone

Beware! Cigarette substitutes bad for bone

29 Aug 2014

Washington: Are you trying e-cigarettes or other nicotine replacement therapies to overcome addiction to cigarette smoking? Be warned, as they are not as safe as you might have assumed, said a study.

Cigarette substitutes,   bone,   nicotine,   cigarette,   musculoskeletal system,   E-cigarettes,  
Congress questions govt <strong>response</strong> to reports about Rajnath's son

Congress questions govt response to reports about Rajnath's son

27 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Apparently seeking to drive a wedge in the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the Congress on Wednesday questioned the "alacrity" with which the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) has responded to reports which claimed that the Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh's son had been ticked off by Narendra Modi for alleged "misconduct".

New Delhi,   Bharatiya Janata Party,   BJP,   Congress,   Prime Minister's Office,   PMO,   Union Home Minister,   Rajnath Singh,   Narendra Modi,   Ajay Maken,   Pankaj Singh,  
Flight restrictions hamper Ebola <strong>response</strong>: 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,  
India's CBSE education <strong>system</strong> spreading wings in Vietnam

India's CBSE education system spreading wings in Vietnam

25 Aug 2014

Hanoi: India's Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) educational system is making quiet inroads into Vietnam, thanks to the efforts of the Indian diaspora.

CBSE,   Vietnam,   education system,   Hanoi,   Ismart,   Jawahar Navodya Vidyalayas,   CBSE method,  
SC judgement to make coal allocation <strong>system</strong> transparent: CII

SC judgement to make coal allocation system transparent: CII

26 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Industry chamber CII said the Supreme Court judgement on coal block allocation will help usher in a transparent system of allocation of natural resources. New Delhi: Industry chamber CII said the Supreme Court judgement on coal block allocation will help usher in a transparent system of allocation of natural resources.

Industry chamber,   CII,   Supreme Court,   coal block allocation,   natural resources ,  
Attempts for flag meets got no <strong>response</strong> from Pakistan, says BSF

Attempts for flag meets got no response from Pakistan, says BSF

25 Aug 2014

Jammu: BSF has approached the Pakistan angers at least 16 times for flag meetings but got tepid response, a top officer of the force said on Sunday and claimed the neighbouring country is resorting to ceasefire violations to divert attention of its people from its internal strife.

BSF,   Pakistan,   Indian BSF,   ceasefire violations,   Flag meeting,   Pakistan internal turmoil,   Pakistani ammunitions,   mortar shells,   ,  
WHO to unveil <strong>response</strong> plan for Ebola

WHO to unveil response plan for Ebola

23 Aug 2014

United Nations: The World Health Organization (WHO) has said it will unveil a response plan to deal with the current Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa.

Ebola epidemic,   Ebola outbreak,   World health organization,   Non-airborne virus,   Ebola in West Africa,  
Octopus-inspired sensor can detect colours

Octopus-inspired sensor can detect colours

26 Aug 2014

New York: Researchers have created a light detector that responds to red, green and blue light like the human eye does.

Octopus-inspired sensor,   colour detection,   colour,   light detector,   metal-oxide semi-conductor,   CMOS,   photonic system,  
China targets own operating <strong>system</strong> to take on likes of Microsoft, Google

China targets own operating system to take on likes of Microsoft, Google

24 Aug 2014

Shanghai: China could have a new homegrown operating system by October to take on imported rivals such as Microsoft Corp, Google Inc and Apple Inc, Xinhua news agency said on Sunday.

China,   operating system,   Microsoft Corp,   Google Inc and Apple Inc,  

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