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Opposition MPs say no to using MPLAD funds for improving <strong>facilities</strong> at railway stations

Opposition MPs say no to using MPLAD funds for improving facilities at railway stations

26 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu on Thursday seemed to have touched a raw nerve when he suggested that MPs use part of their development funds in improving facilities at railway stations.    

Railway Minister,   Suresh Prabhu,   MPLAD funds,   MP development funds,   Railway stations,   Rail budget 2015 ,  
Tourism Minister reviews <strong>facilities</strong> at Taj Mahal

Tourism Minister reviews facilities at Taj Mahal

25 Feb 2015

Agra: Tourism and Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) officials in Agra were caught unaware when Union Minister of Tourism Mahesh Sharma paid a surprise visit to the Taj Mahal on Tuesday to review facilities for tourists and the ticketing arrangements.

Taj Mahal,   Archaeological Survey of India,   Minister of Tourism,   Mahesh Sharma,   tourism growth,  
Delhi Police official tasked with studying <strong>facilities</strong> in FBI labs

Delhi Police official tasked with studying facilities in FBI labs

16 Feb 2015

New Delhi: A senior Delhi Police official, who has carried the viscera samples of Sunanda Pushkar to an FBI lab in the US, has been tasked with studying facilities in forensic labs there and also the working in police stations so that some practices can be replicated back in India.

Delhi Police,   FBI labs,   United States,   Sunanda Murder Case,   Shashi Tharoor,   Mehr Tarar,  
New technology can identify patients at risk of second stroke

New technology can identify patients at risk of second stroke

16 Feb 2015

Washington: Risk of recurrent stroke is higher in patients who have low blood flow to the back of the brain, a new study has found. The condition can be visualized using specialized software that analysis blood flow using standard magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

second stroke,   blood flow,   brain,   magnetic resonance imaging,   MRI,   blood vessels ,  
Switzerland to centralise visa processing <strong>facilities</strong>: Envoy

Switzerland to centralise visa processing facilities: Envoy

04 Feb 2015

Chennai: As part of consolidating the services offered under one roof, Switzerland has planned to centralise the visa processing facilities in India by 2016, a top envoy said here on Wednesday.

Switzerland,   Visa Processing,   Embassy of Switzerland,   Ambassador,   Dr,   Linus Von Castelmur,  
Orissa High Court orders for panel to monitor jaundice

Orissa High Court orders for panel to monitor jaundice

13 Feb 2015

Cuttack: Orissa High Court has directed the state government to form a high-level committee under the chairmanship of the Chief Secretary to monitor the situation arising out of the spread of jaundice in the state.

Orissa High Court,   jaundice,   Odisha,   drinking water facilities,   clean drinking water,  
Swamy seeks early hearing on plea for <strong>facilities</strong> at Ayodhya

Swamy seeks early hearing on plea for facilities at Ayodhya

21 Jan 2015

New Delhi: BJP leader Subramanian Swamy on Wednesday moved the Supreme Court seeking early hearing on his plea for directions for providing basic minimum  facilities to pilgrims at 'Ram Janam Bhoomi' site near disputed structure at Ayodhya.

Subramanian Swamy,   early hearing,   facilities to pilgrims,   Ram Janam Bhoomi,   Ayodhya,  
Genetic variants influence the size of brain structures: Study

Genetic variants influence the size of brain structures: Study

24 Jan 2015

Washington: In a significant finding, an international team of scientists has discovered five genetic variants that influence the size of structures within the human brain.

Genetic variants,   brain structure,   size of brain structures,   human brain,   MRI scans,   Georgia State University,  
MCI secretary, former <strong>IHBAS</strong> head under CBI scanner

MCI secretary, former IHBAS head under CBI scanner

14 Aug 2011

Medical Council of India secretary Dr Sangeeta Sharma and former director of Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences (IHBAS) are under CBI scanner for the alleged irregularities in installation of MRI facilities at IHBAS from 2005 to 2008.

Medical Council of India secretary,   Sangeeta Sharma,   Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences,   IHBAS,   CBI scanner,   MRI facilities at IHBAS,  
New <strong>MRI</strong> probe can detect Alzheimer in early stage: Research

New MRI probe can detect Alzheimer in early stage: Research

23 Dec 2014

New York: A new non-invasive MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) technology developed by an Indian-origin scientist-led research team can detect Alzheimer disease in its earliest stages.

Amyloid beta oligomers,   Alzheimer,   MRI probe technology,   MRI,   magnetic resonance imaging,   Alzheimer disease,  

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