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<strong>How</strong> to deal with workplace bullying?

How to deal with workplace bullying?

16 Oct 2014

New York: If you are a victim of bullying at the workplace, instead of suffering it silently find a co-worker with whom you could share your story, a study suggests. The process of being believed and having someone listen to their story is crucial in helping bullying victims communicate better about their experience, the findings showed.

Workplace,   Bullying,   Behaviour,   Iowa State University,   US,  
<strong>Make</strong>-up tips to look gorgeous this Diwali

Make-up tips to look gorgeous this Diwali

20 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Just a few days to go for 'festival of lights' and its time to gear up to look gorgeous this Diwali. Here we tell make up tips to make you look awesome and mesmerize others on the festive occasion.

Make-up tips,   Diwali smokey eyes,   Eyeliner,   black kohl,   bronzer,   lip brush,  
Slow-growing galaxies to reveal <strong>how</strong> universe was formed

Slow-growing galaxies to reveal how universe was formed

16 Oct 2014

Washington: Do you wonder why some galaxies flourish with star formation and others barely bloom? The answer lies in slow-growing galaxies.

galaxies,   universe,   slow-growing galaxies,   NASA,   Spitzer Space Telescope,   Galaxy Evolution Explorer,  
<strong>How</strong> omega-6 fatty acids lower bad cholesterol?

How omega-6 fatty acids lower bad cholesterol?

17 Oct 2014

London: A study has detected a gene that affects blood cholesterol levels by generating a compound from omega-6 polyunsaturated fatty acids, called lipoxins with anti-inflammatory properties.

omega-6 fatty acids,   cholestrol,   lipoxins,   enzyme,   Austria,   cardiovascular disease,  
Indian Museum to consult British know-<strong>how</strong> for spruce-up

Indian Museum to consult British know-how for spruce-up

17 Oct 2014

Kolkata: The 200-year-old Indian Museum, said to be the oldest in the Asia-Pacific region, is consulting experts from London's Natural History Museum (NHM) to assist in planning strategies, digitisation of the collection and developing a premier research-curation hub.

India,   Museum,   British,   London,   Artefacts,   research-curation,  
Virus threat may <strong>make</strong> amphibians disappear

Virus threat may make amphibians disappear

18 Oct 2014

London: A team of European researchers has found that viruses are causing severe diseases and mass deaths in many amphibians including frogs and salamanders.

Virus,   amphibians,   frogs,   salamander,   amphibian communities,   Ebola,   Ranavirus,   toad virus,   ,  
Sriram Raghavan keen to <strong>make</strong> Tamil and Marathi film

Sriram Raghavan keen to make Tamil and Marathi film

18 Oct 2014

Mumbai: Filmmaker Sriram Raghavan, who has helmed films like 'Ek Hasina Thi', 'Johnny Gaddaar' and 'Agent Vinod', says making a Tamil and Marathi film is on his wishlist.

Sriram Raghavan,   Ek Hasina Thi,   Johnny Gaddaar,   Agent Vinod,   Saif Ali Khan,  
'<strong>Make</strong> in India' aims to maximize profit not productive capacity: CPI(M)

'Make in India' aims to maximize profit not productive capacity: CPI(M)

16 Oct 2014

New Delhi: CPI(M) on Thursday attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for converting the 'Made in India' motto to 'Make in India,' saying it was an "open invitation" to foreign capital to maximize profits using cheap labour and resources in the country.

CPI(M),   Make in India,   Narendra Modi,   Sitaram Yechury,   BJP,   NDA,  
Atomic map reveals <strong>how</strong> cholesterol is made

Atomic map reveals how cholesterol is made

13 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The cholesterol-making process in cells requires about 30 chemical reactions and 20 enzymes, seven of which are embedded in the cellular membrane.

Atomic map,   cholesterol,   enzymes,   sterol reductase,   NADPH.,  
Jet lag can <strong>make</strong> you fat!

Jet lag can make you fat!

17 Oct 2014

London: Frequent fliers should read this. According to researchers, disruption of the circadian clock alters the rhythms and composition of the microbial community in the gut, leading to obesity and metabolic problems.

Jet lag,   Fat,   health,   Research,   obesity,   microbial community,   microbiota,  

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