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Genetic therapy may repair spinal cord: Study

Genetic therapy may repair spinal cord: Study

16 Apr 2014

London: Damage to the central nervous system, the brain and spinal cord, is currently irreparable. But this may change soon as researchers have now discovered that genetic and chemical treatment could help regenerate damaged nerves.

brain,   spinal cord,   Imperial College London,   Genetic therapy,   nervous system ,  
Man 'rides rickshaw' from China to <strong>London</strong> Olympics

Man 'rides rickshaw' from China to London Olympics

27 Jul 2012

It's a tale of Olympian proportions: A man, a rickshaw, and a slow journey from a Chinese village to London through 16 countries.

London Olympics2012,   Man rides rickshaw,   china to London Olympics,  India at London Olympics,  
Abhishek keynote speaker at <strong>London</strong> School of Economics

Abhishek keynote speaker at London School of Economics

11 Mar 2014

Mumbai: Abhishek Bachchan was recently announced by Global Network as the first official END7 campaign ambassador in India to help raise awareness of Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs).

Abhishek Bachchan,   London School Of Economics,   Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs),   Abhishek to be keynote speaker,   END7 campaign ambassador ,   Nasser Munjee,   ,  
I am not comfortable with intimate scenes: Meera Chopra

I am not comfortable with intimate scenes: Meera Chopra

01 Apr 2014

Mumbai: Actress Meera Chopra, who was seen in ‘Gang Of Ghosts’, is not ready to shoot intimate scenes for the screen. The actress says that she has restrained herself from taking up any film offers which require her to go beyond her comfort zone.

Meera Chopra,   Meera on intimate scenes,   Gang of ghosts,   Priyanka Chopra ,   1920 London,   ,  
Play on Nirbhaya gang-rape opens in <strong>London</strong>

Play on Nirbhaya gang-rape opens in London

06 Mar 2014

London: After its UK premiere at the prestigious Edinburgh Fringe Festival last year, a play based on the brutal gang rape of a para-medical student in Delhi has opened in London.

Nirbhaya,   Nirbhaya gang-rape,   London,   Nirbhaya play,   play on Nirbhaya,   Edinburgh Fringe Festival,   ,  
India’s importance to world economy has grown tremendously: Ranjan Mathai

India’s importance to world economy has grown tremendously: Ranjan Mathai

31 Mar 2014

New Delhi: Calling India as the fastest growing economy, Indian High Commissioner to UK, Ranjan Mathai, said that its importance to global perspective has grown tremendously over the years.

Ranjan Mathai,   Economic Forum for India,   London School of Economics,   SPICE,   Utkarsh Gupta,   LSE,  
Kangana Ranaut attends <strong>London</strong> Fashion Week

Kangana Ranaut attends London Fashion Week

20 Feb 2014

New Delhi: Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut marked her presence at the recently concluded London Fashion Week Autumn-Winter 14.

Kangana Ranaut,   Londom Fashion Week,   Week Autumn-Winter 14,   Burberry Prorsum Womenswear ,  Kensington Gardens,  
River Thames breaches its banks near <strong>London</strong>

River Thames breaches its banks near London

11 Feb 2014

London: The River Thames has burst its banks after reaching its highest level in years, flooding riverside towns upstream of London.

River Thames,   London river,   London flood,   London Environment,   Somerset,  
Khurshid denies attacking Supreme Court, Election Commission

Khurshid denies attacking Supreme Court, Election Commission

15 Mar 2014

New Delhi: Under sharp criticism for his comments about the Supreme Court and the Election Commission in London, External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid on Saturday said that he was ‘saddened’ by the unfair manner in which his comments were reported to feed ‘an already frenzied and surcharged atmosphere’ in the country.

Salman Khurshid,   Supreme Court,   Election Commission,   External Affairs Minister ,   London,   Parliament,  
Danish Kaneria submits 28,000 pounds to get appeal hearing on ban

Danish Kaneria submits 28,000 pounds to get appeal hearing on ban

11 Mar 2014

Karachi: Pakistan's banned test leg-spinner, Danish Kaneria has submitted a sum of 28,000 pounds with a commercial High Court in London in order to get his appeal against the life ban heard on April 11th.

Danish Kaneria,   Pakistan Cricket Board,   Danish Kaneria record,   High Court in London,   England and Wales cricket board,   ECB,  

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