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First Ebola treatment clinical <strong>trials</strong> to start in West Africa

First Ebola treatment clinical trials to start in West Africa

24 Sep 2014

London: Scientists in London unveiled plans to push ahead with clinical trials of prototype Ebola treatments in West Africa for the first time, possibly from November.

Ebola treatment,   clinical trials,   West Africa,   Ebola virus,   deadly disease,   ,  
Zhou Lulu lifts heaviest weight ever by a woman

Zhou Lulu lifts heaviest weight ever by a woman

26 Sep 2014

Incheon: Superheavyweight Olympic champion Zhou Lulu hoisted the largest single weight ever by a woman to give China a seventh Asian Games weightlifting gold on Friday - and then said the lift was only "so-so".

Super heavyweight Olympic champion,   Zhou Lulu,   Asian Games weightlifting,  
US hospitals prepares for <strong>trials</strong> of Apple's HealthKit

US hospitals prepares for trials of Apple's HealthKit

16 Sep 2014

San Francisco: Two prominent U.S. hospitals are preparing to launch trials with diabetics and chronic disease patients using Apple Inc's HealthKit, offering a glimpse of how the iPhone maker's ambitious take on healthcare will work in practice.

U.S. hospitals,   Diabetics,   chronic disease,   Apple Inc,   Apple HealthKit,   iPhone,   Healthcare,  
Indian men's team clinches silver in 25m center fire pistol

Indian men's team clinches silver in 25m center fire pistol

26 Sep 2014

Incheon: India bagged their second silver in the 17th Asian Games as the men's shooting team finished second in the 25 metre center fire pistol at the Ongnyeon International Shooting Range in Incheon on  Friday.

Asian Games,   India,   Indian shooter,   Indian medals,   2012 Olympic silver medalist Vijay,   ,  
Spencer, James grab headlines in Birmingham

Spencer, James grab headlines in Birmingham

25 Aug 2014

Birmingham: Jamaican Kaliese Spencer raced to her second fastest time of the year while Grenada's Olympic champion Kirani James also cruised, as they racked up wins in the Birmingham Grand Prix in Birmingham.

Birmingham,   Jamaican,   Kaliese Spencer,   second fastest time,   Grenada's Olympic champion,   Kirani James,   Birmingham Grand Prix,  
Rio <strong>Olympic</strong> village 50 percent complete: Officials

Rio Olympic village 50 percent complete: Officials

19 Sep 2014

Rio de Janeiro: Construction work at Rio's 2016 Olympic village has reached 50 percent completion, authorities said.

Construction work,   Rio de Janeiro,   Rio Olympic village,   Rio Olympic Games,   2016 Olympics ,  
Rio <strong>Olympic</strong> village 50 percent complete: Officials

Rio Olympic village 50 percent complete: Officials

19 Sep 2014

Rio de Janeiro: Construction work at Rio's 2016 Olympic village has reached 50 percent completion, authorities said. Located in the neighbourhood of Barra da Tijuca, west of Rio's city centre, the village will accommodate 18,000 athletes and officials.

Rio de Janerio,   Olympics 2016,   Rio's 2016 Olympic village,  Paralympic Games,  
Asian Games: Abhinav Bindra guides India to 10m air rifle bronze, reaches finals

Asian Games: Abhinav Bindra guides India to 10m air rifle bronze, reaches finals

23 Sep 2014

Incheon: Beijing Olympic gold medallist Abhinav Bindra fired India to the men's team bronze in the 10m air rifle event while booking his berth in the eight-man finals with the fifth-best score in the qualifications on Day 4 of the Asian Games in Incheon on Tuesday.

Asian Games,   Abhinav Bindra,   Incheon,   Olympic gold medallist,   Indian shooter ,  
Bindra re-elected as member of ISSF athlete commission

Bindra re-elected as member of ISSF athlete commission

24 Sep 2014

New Delhi: India's only individual Olympic gold medallist, Abhinav Bindra, has been re-elected as member of the seven-men Athlete Commission of the International Shooting Sport Federation, the global body governing the game.

New Delhi,   India,   Olympic gold medallist,   Abhinav Bindra,   Athlete Commission,   International Shooting Sport Federation,   global body,  
Pistorius free to compete, SA <strong>Olympic</strong> body says

Pistorius free to compete, SA Olympic body says

15 Sep 2014

Stellenbosch: Oscar Pistorius is free to compete for South Africa again, as long as his running doesn't go against the ruling of the judge. Pistorius, who is to be sentenced next month after being found guilty in the negligent killing of his girlfriend, could compete at any time because the South African Olympic committee has no regulations preventing someone with a criminal record from representing the country.

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