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Over 30 <strong>dengue</strong> cases reported in Bihar

Over 30 dengue cases reported in Bihar

24 Oct 2014

Patna: With more than 30 dengue cases reported in Bihar till Friday, the Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) here has set up a separate ward for dengue patients and the state government has sounded an alert, officials said.

dengue cases in Bihar,   Bihar,   dengue cases,   Patna Medical College and Hospital,   PMCH,   dengue patients,  
Microsoft drops Nokia name <strong>from</strong> Lumia smartphones

Microsoft drops Nokia name from Lumia smartphones

24 Oct 2014

Washington: US software giant Microsoft on Friday said it will now start selling Lumia smartphones as 'Microsoft Lumia' device instead of calling them Nokia Lumia.

Microsoft,   Lumia smartphones,   Microsoft Lumia,   Nokia Lumia,  
Shock absorber to <strong>protect</strong> electronic devices

Shock absorber to protect electronic devices

23 Oct 2014

New Delhi: A shock absorber which can protect electronic devices like cell phones, tablets and laptops from accidental damage has been designed at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) in Bangalore.

Shock absorber,   electronic devices,   cell phones,   tablets,   laptops,   carbon nano tubes,   CNT,  
Chelsea striker Costa released <strong>from</strong> hospital: Reports

Chelsea striker Costa released from hospital: Reports

24 Oct 2014

London: Chelsea striker Diego Costa has been released from hospital following treatment for an illness, British media reported on Thursday.

Diego Costa,   hospital,   injury,   Chelsea,   Manchester United,   Old Trafford,  
PCB releases Saqlain <strong>from</strong> Ajmal duty

PCB releases Saqlain from Ajmal duty

24 Oct 2014

Karachi: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) have released former off-spinner Saqlain Mushtaq after completion of a one-month contract but said that suspended off-spinner Saeed Ajmal will continue his remedial work on his bowling action.

PCB,   Pakistan Cricket Board,   Saqlain Mushtaq,   Saeed Ajmal,   bowling action,   World Cup,  
<strong>How</strong> risky behaviour emerges among teens?

How risky behaviour emerges among teens?

23 Oct 2014

New York: Children who show poor decision-making skills at age 10 or 11 are more likely to indulge in high-risk health behaviour during their teenage years, says a study.

poor decision-making skills,   children,   risky behaviour,   teens,   high-risk health behaviour ,  
Kerala Chief Minister seeks Centre's help to bring back nurses <strong>from</strong> Libya

Kerala Chief Minister seeks Centre's help to bring back nurses from Libya

24 Oct 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala Government has asked the Centre to take urgent steps to secure the release of 18 Malayalee nurses stranded in Libya and also five Indian fishermen, including one from Kerala, held captive in Iran.

Kerala Chief Minister,   nurses stranded in Libya,   Iran,   Iraq,   ISIS,   Oommen Chandy,  
<strong>How</strong> giant black holes block star formation

How giant black holes block star formation

22 Oct 2014

New York: Massive black holes spewing out radio-frequency-emitting particles at near-light speed can block formation of new stars in ageing galaxies, a study has found.

black hole,   star formation,   new stars,   ageing galaxies,   galaxy,   stars,  
<strong>How</strong> to avoid weight gain this Diwali?

How to avoid weight gain this Diwali?

21 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Worried about weight gain during festive season? Here are some healthy tips to bail you out.

Festivals,   Weight,   Health,   Sweets,   Almonds,  
<strong>How</strong> stress triggers depression risk

How stress triggers depression risk

21 Oct 2014

New York: The immune system is crucial to fend off diseases, but if it is hypersensitive to stress, the risk of depression may go up, says new research.

stress,   depression risk,   hypersensitive,   immune system,   virus,   blood cells,   leucocytes,   depression,  

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