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India-Israel Forum making remarkable progress

India-Israel Forum making remarkable progress

28 Mar 2015

Coimbatore: The India-Israel Forum, founded by Tel Aviv University, Israel, seven years ago was making remarkable progress in promoting links between the two countries in the business and academic spheres and also in the area of post-graduate education, Prof Joseph Klafter, President of the University said on Saturday.

India Israel Forum,   Tel Aviv University,   India Israel relations,   India Israel ties ,  
Structures tougher than bulletproof vests are here

Structures tougher than bulletproof vests are here

27 Mar 2015

New York: Researchers from the University of Texas at Dallas have created new structures that can stretch up to seven times their length while remaining tougher than Kevlar often used to make bulletproof vests.

Structures,   bulletproof vests ,   University of Texas,   Dallas,   Kevla,   military airplanes,  
Jadavpur <strong>University</strong> student 'molested'

Jadavpur University student 'molested'

21 Mar 2015

Kolkata: A first year Jadavpur University student was allegedly molested by three engineering students inside the campus, police said on Saturday.

Jadavpur University student molested,   Jadavpur University,   student molested,   Jadavpur molestation case,   Abhijit Chakrabarti ,  
Milk is just what your brain ordered

Milk is just what your brain ordered

25 Mar 2015

New York: Milk is not just good for babies, but for adults as well -- at least their brains. New research at the University of Kansas Medical Center has found a correlation between milk consumption and the levels of the naturally-occurring antioxidant glutathione in the brain in older, healthy adults.

Milk ,   brain,   health,   University of Kansas Medical Center,   nutrition,   Children,  
Popular artificial sweetener may treat aggressive cancers

Popular artificial sweetener may treat aggressive cancers

24 Mar 2015

New York: Once considered as a possible carcinogen, the artificial sweetener saccharin could actually lead to the development of drugs capable of combating aggressive, difficult-to-treat cancers with fewer side effects, new research has found.

Artificial sweetener ,   Cancers,   Molecule,   Carcinogen,   Robert McKenna,   University of Florida,  
World's largest asteroid impact zone discovered

World's largest asteroid impact zone discovered

23 Mar 2015

Melbourne: Scientists have discovered a 400 km-wide impact zone from a huge meteorite in central Australia which is the largest asteroid impact zone ever found on Earth.

World's largest asteroid,   Earth,   impact zone,   Archaeology,   Australian National University,  
A festival to explore various facets of Dara Shikoh

A festival to explore various facets of Dara Shikoh

24 Mar 2015

New Delhi:  The life and times of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan's eldest son will come alive through music, theatre and story telling sessions during a festival that will begin here from March 27.

Festival,   Explore,   Dara Shikoh,   Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan,   Music,   Theatre,   Story telling,   Ambedkar University,   Kashmere Gate,  
Are free apps compromising our privacy?

Are free apps compromising our privacy?

24 Mar 2015

New York:  Be careful before you push the 'accept' button next time while downloading a free app that asks for permission to share your personal information with a third party.

Free applications,   Privacy,   Smartphones,   Personal information,   Permission managers,   Carnegie Mellon University,   ,  
World Water Day celebrated in Noida

World Water Day celebrated in Noida

24 Mar 2015

Noida: To spread awareness regarding the importance of development and management of water resources, Amity Institute of Water Technology and Management and Amity institute of Environment Science on Monday celebrated World Water Day at Amity University here.

World Water Day,   Amity University,   Rajesh Kumar,   water contamination,   water conservation ,  
Committee to look into graft charges against Jai Narayan Vyas <strong>University</strong>: Rajasthan Government

Committee to look into graft charges against Jai Narayan Vyas University: Rajasthan Government

20 Mar 2015

Jaipur: BJP government on Friday announced setting up of a three-member committee to probe allegations of corruption against the Jai Narayan Vyas University and said an indepenedent audit would also be carried out look into the alleged misapproriation of income.

Jai Narayan Vyas University,   JNVU,   Graft Charges,   Rajasthan Government,   BJP,  

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