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Young heart can heal itself faster

Young heart can heal itself faster

31 Oct 2014

Washington: The heart holds its own pool of immune cells capable of helping it to heal after injury, finds research, adding that the harmful immune cells from the bone marrow disrupts this process in adults.

Young heart,   immune cells,   bone marrow,   macrophages,   heart,   embryonic heart,  
NDRF constable catches snake, averts stampede during Chhath

NDRF constable catches snake, averts stampede during Chhath

30 Oct 2014

Patna: The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) averted a major tragedy on the occasion of Chhath at the famous Konhara Ghat near Hajipur in Vaishali district of Bihar, after its personnel caught a snake that ventured into a crowd of thousands of devotees present there, a senior NDRF official said on Thursday.

National Disaster Response Force,   snake in Chhath,   Chhath,   Konhara Ghat,   Hajipur,   Vaishali,   Bihar,   NDRF,   Sandhya Arghya,  
Cyclone Nilofar: NDRF deploys 14 rescue teams in Gujarat

Cyclone Nilofar: NDRF deploys 14 rescue teams in Gujarat

29 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has deployed 14 rescue and relief teams with boats and other flood rescue equipment as proactive measure to mitigate the situation during cyclonic storm Nilofar which is expected to hit the Gujarat coast on Friday.

National Disaster Response Force,   NDRF,   cyclonic storm Nilofar,   Gujarat coast,  
Modi glad with 'wonderful' <strong>response</strong> to his radio address

Modi glad with 'wonderful' response to his radio address

29 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday appreciated the views received from people before his second round of 'Mann Ki Baat' radio address which would be aired on coming Sunday.

Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Mann Ki Baat,   Modi on radio,   Modi radio address,   MyGov,   Swachh Bharat abhiyan,   Modi,   All India Radio,   AIR,  
Disaster <strong>response</strong> robots to discern between humans and rubble

Disaster response robots to discern between humans and rubble

28 Oct 2014

Washington: Researchers have developed a new algorithm that allows robots to differentiate between humans and debris while carrying out search and rescue operations following a natural disaster.

Disaster,   robots,   rubble,   algorithm,   rescue operations,   natural disaster,  
Molecule that causes rheumatoid arthritis discovered

Molecule that causes rheumatoid arthritis discovered

25 Oct 2014

Tokyo: Japanese researchers have identified one of the substances that cause rheumatoid arthritis, an unprecedented finding that could eventually lead to a cure for the disease, media reported Friday.

Molecule,   rheumatoid arthritis,   Japan,   T cells,   health,   immune cells,   ,  
Head injury causes <strong>immune</strong> system to attack brain

Head injury causes immune system to attack brain

20 Oct 2014

Washington: Scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have found that stopping the body's immune system from killing brain cells can reduce the brain damage caused by head injuries.

Head injury,   immune system,   brain,   brain cells,   brain lesions,  
Enterovirus infection may trigger diabetes risk

Enterovirus infection may trigger diabetes risk

20 Oct 2014

Beijing: Children who have had enterovirus infection are around 50 percent more likely to develop type 1 diabetes, a new study has warned.

Enterovirus infection,   diabetes risk,   enterovirus,   neurologic problems,   immune system,  
Partial <strong>response</strong> in Valley to strike call against Modi visit

Partial response in Valley to strike call against Modi visit

23 Oct 2014

Srinagar: The strike called by separatist groups against Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Jammu and Kashmir on Thursday evoked a partial response in the Valley.

Pakistan Ceasefire,   Protest against Modi,   Narendra Modi,   Modi Jammu Visit ,   Diwali,   Modi celebrate Diwali with Flood victims,   Jammu floods,  
HC seeks DU <strong>response</strong> on plea questioning Ph.D, M.Phil entrance process

HC seeks DU response on plea questioning Ph.D, M.Phil entrance process

23 Oct 2014

New Delhi : Delhi High Court has sought the response of Delhi University (DU) on a plea by a lawyer whohas alleged that the varsity's admission process for M.Phil and Ph.d courses is "arbitrary". Justice Manmohan issued the notice to DU and sought its reply by March 16, 2015, the next date of hearing in the matter.

High Court,   Delhi University,  Entrance Process,   Master of Philosphy,   Doctor of Philosphy,   UGC,  

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