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SAARC Health Ministers meet PM Modi; <strong>stress</strong> need for sharing of best practices, vision

SAARC Health Ministers meet PM Modi; stress need for sharing of best practices, vision

09 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi met the Health Ministers of SAARC countries and stressed on the need for sharing of the best practices and vision in the fields of modern medical science and health care.

SAARC,   Narendra Modi,   PM,   SAARC Health Ministers,   PM Modi,   Latest News,  
'No Jews' <strong>job</strong> ad sparks outrage in France

'No Jews' job ad sparks outrage in France

05 Feb 2015

Mumbai: An advertisement for a graphic design job in France has been withdrawn after it said the candidate should 'if possible not be a Jew'. Racial discrimination is illegal in France and anti-racism group SOS Racisme says it is taking legal action.

No Jews,   Jews,   Job ads,   France outrage,   graphic design job,  
SBI invites applications for 2000 posts of probationary officers

SBI invites applications for 2000 posts of probationary officers

15 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Country's largest lender State Bank of India (SBI) invited applications for recruitment to 2000 posts of Probationary Officers. The eligible candidates can apply through prescribed format before May 02, 2015.

SBI,   Banking Jobs,   Bank PO exam,   SBI bank PO exam,   State Bank of India,  ,   government bank job,   Government job,   PSU jobs,   PSU,   recruitment Probationary Officer ,  
Manchester United is my last <strong>job</strong> in football, says Van Gaal

Manchester United is my last job in football, says Van Gaal

20 Mar 2015

London: Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal will retire from football when he leaves his job at Old Trafford, he said on Thursday.

Manchester United manager,   Louis van Gaal,   football,   Old Trafford ,  
Mysteries of wound healing unlocked

Mysteries of wound healing unlocked

14 Mar 2015

New York: A multi-disciplinary research team has discovered how cells know to rush to a wound and heal it - opening the door to new treatments for diabetes, heart disease and cancer.

wound healing,   Mysteries,   biomechanical stress,   cells,   DII4 protein molecule ,  
Do not <strong>stress</strong> over tresses for Valentine's Day

Do not stress over tresses for Valentine's Day

31 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Every girl wants to look her best on an occasion like Valentine's Day. If you're worried about taming your tresses, there are plenty of easy and chic hairdos. Advanced Hair Studio's head hair expert recommends hairstyles for men and women as the season of love approaches:

Valentines Day,   tresses,   hairdos for women,   hairstyle for men,  
 Yahoo shutting office, cutting jobs in China: Report

Yahoo shutting office, cutting jobs in China: Report

19 Mar 2015

Shanghai: US Internet company Yahoo is shutting down its presence in China, laying off at least 200 people.

yahoo office shut,   China,   Yahoo cuts job,   e-commerce,   Alibaba,  
<strong>Stress</strong> during pregnancy can affect baby's development

Stress during pregnancy can affect baby's development

26 Jan 2015

New York: Stress hormones in the mother can affect foetal development, a new study says. To test whether high stress levels in pregnant mice had an impact on their offspring, pregnant mice received the natural glucocorticoid corticosterone at different times during pregnancy.

stress during pregnancy,   health of baby,   pregnancy,   hormonal changes during pregnancy,  
Hiring grows 9 percent in March, to pick up further: Report

Hiring grows 9 percent in March, to pick up further: Report

13 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Hiring activity in India grew by 9 percent in March led mainly by banking and IT sectors, with the job market outlook looking bullish, says a report.

Hiring growth,   Banking and IT sectors,   Job seekers,   Finance,   IT,   advertising,   Public Relation,   Latest News,  
New method predicts who will suffer most from <strong>stress</strong>

New method predicts who will suffer most from stress

01 Oct 2014

Toronto: A new method that measures heart rate variability can identify people who are most susceptible to stress, scientists say.

stress,   susceptible to stress,   heartbeat,   energy,   vulnerable to stress,   ,  

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