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Study reveals <strong>how</strong> immune system triggers psychological disorders

Study reveals how immune system triggers psychological disorders

15 Aug 2014

London: People with high levels of ‘inflammatory marker’ proteins released into the blood in response to infection are at greater risk of developing depression and psychosis, says a study.

Inflammatory marker,   Inflammatory marker proteins,   psychological disorders,   University of Cambridge,   JAMA Psychiatry,  
TCS to donate Rs 100 cr to build toilets in 10,000 schools

TCS to donate Rs 100 cr to build toilets in 10,000 schools

18 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Largest software exporter (Tata Consultancy Services) TCS on Monday announced a Rs 100-crore donation for sanitation facilities for girl students in 10,000 schools across the country.

TCS,   sanitation facilities,   Clean India initiative,   Narendra Modi,   Independence Day,   CSR funds,  
Singapore greets India on Independence <strong>Day</strong>

Singapore greets India on Independence Day

16 Aug 2014

Singapore: Singapore has expressed confidence that "India will continue to achieve new heights" under Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government, as it wished the country on its 68th Independence day.

Singapore Greetings,   Indian Independence day,   Narendra Modi,   Lee Hsien Loong,   Pranab Mukherjee,   Diplomatic relations,   Tony Tan Keng Yam,  
BJP to make people aware of schemes announced by PM Modi

BJP to make people aware of schemes announced by PM Modi

18 Aug 2014

Hyderabad: The BJP would extensively campaign about the developmental schemes announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Independence Day to take them to the masses, a senior party leader said.

BJP,   Narendra Modi,   PM Modi,   BJP leaders,   Independence Day,   BJP schemes,   Bandaru Dattatreya,  
First photo of Taj Mahal, other rare vintage pictures on show

First photo of Taj Mahal, other rare vintage pictures on show

18 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The first ever picture of Taj Mahal, along with early black and white photographs that were painted to give a sense of colour, now form part of rare and iconic photographs put up for display here.

Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts,   Taj Mahal,   World Photography Day,   exhibition of photographic history,   Alkazi Foundation of Arts ,  
Karnataka celebrates Independence <strong>Day</strong>

Karnataka celebrates Independence Day

15 Aug 2014

Bangalore: Karnataka on Friday celebrated the 68th Independence Day with patriotic fervour, gaiety and a spirit of freedom gripping the state after the tri-colour was hoisted and the national anthem sung.

Karnataka,   Independence Day,   68th Independence Day,   Chief Minister Siddaramaiah,   Field Marshal Manekshaw,   ,  
'Haider' and 'Bang Bang' are very different films: Shahid Kapoor

'Haider' and 'Bang Bang' are very different films: Shahid Kapoor

17 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Bollywood actor Shahid Kapoor, whose upcoming film 'Haider' is set to clash with superstar Hrithik Roshan's 'Bang Bang' on October 2, feels that both the films can sustain together because they cater to different audiences.

Shahid Kapoor,   Haider,   Hrithik Roshan,   Bang Bang,   Knight and Day,  
President extends greetings to Indonesia on their National <strong>Day</strong>

President extends greetings to Indonesia on their National Day

16 Aug 2014

New Delhi: President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday extended greetings and felicitations to the Government and people of Indonesia on the eve of their National Day.

President,   National Day,   Pranab Mukherjee,   President extends greetings,   Indonesia ,  
Google celebrates India’s Independence with stamp doodle

Google celebrates India’s Independence with stamp doodle

15 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Search engine giant Google celebrated country’s 68th Independence Day by pasting a stamp doodle on its home page.

Google India,  Google,   Doodle,   India,   Independence day,   68th Independence Day,  
 No check on sale of plastic tricolours on I-<strong>Day</strong>

No check on sale of plastic tricolours on I-Day

16 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Government's direction on sale of plastic-made national flags seems to have no effect as scores of unfazed vendors sold such tricolours on various traffic signals in the city.

National Honour Act 1971 sale of plastic,   Independence day,   tricolour ,  

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