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Wearing helmet optional for Sikh women: Delhi High Court

Wearing helmet optional for Sikh women: Delhi High Court

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi government on Wednesday informed the High Court here that it has made wearing of helmet optional for Sikh women while driving a two-wheeler or riding pillion.

Wearing helmet,   Sikh women,   Delhi High Court,   G. Rohini,   R.S. Endlaw,   Zubeda Begum,   Motor Vehicle Act,   Sikh men,   Delhi Motor Vehicle Rules,   ,  
Genetic variants linked to memory performance found

Genetic variants linked to memory performance found

26 Nov 2014

Boston : Scientists have discovered two common genetic variants that are associated with memory performance. An international research team including scientists from Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) found genetic variants near the Apolipoprotein E gene, known to harbour an increased risk of dementia (especially Alzheimer's disease), were associated with poorer memory performance, mostly so in the oldest participants.

Boston University School of Medicine ,  BUSM,  Apolipoprotein E gene,  Alzheimer's disease,  Stephanie Debette,   Cohorts for Heart and Aging Research in Genomic Epidemiology,   CHARGE ,  
Centre examining <strong>new</strong> package for Kashmiri Pandits

Centre examining new package for Kashmiri Pandits

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Government is examining a new package for the return and rehabilitation of Kashmiri Pandits and it is being finalised in consultation with the Jammu and Kashmir government and representatives of migrants, the Rajya Sabha was informed on Wednesday.

Kashmiri Pandits,   Rajya Sabha,   Kiren Rijiju,   BJP,   NDA,  
Ton-up Hafeez lift Pakistan to 281/3 vs <strong>New</strong> Zealand on Day one

Ton-up Hafeez lift Pakistan to 281/3 vs New Zealand on Day one

26 Nov 2014

Sharjah: Opener Mohammad Hafeez struck a dominating century to lift Pakistan to 281 for 3 in the third and final Test against New Zealand in Sharjah, here on Wednesday.

Mohammad Hafeez,   Pakistan vs New Zealand,   Test match,  
No relook on <strong>new</strong> delisting norms: SEBI

No relook on new delisting norms: SEBI

22 Nov 2014

New Delhi: India's market regulator on Saturday ruled out any relook on its new delisting norms and said the new rules would make promoters reach out to the investors.

Market regulator,   Delisting norms,   Sebi rules,   Promoters,   Investors,  
ISB to start masters programme in public policy next year

ISB to start masters programme in public policy next year

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Indian School of Business will start a one-year programme in public policy in 2015 to help government officials and private sector executives have a better understanding about public policy-related issues.

Indian School of Business,   ISB,   public policy,   masters programme,   Pradeep Singh,   Bharti Institute of Public Policy,   Max Institute of Healthcare Management,   Munjal Institute for Global Manufacturing,   Punj Lloyd Institute of Infrastructure Management,   ,  
Indian-origin IS member poses with AK-47, newborn on Twitter

Indian-origin IS member poses with AK-47, newborn on Twitter

26 Nov 2014

London: A 31-year-old Indian-origin Islamic State suspect, who is fighting in Syria, has posted a picture of him on Twitter posing with an AK-47 rifle and his new born baby.

Islamic State,   ISIS,   Syria,   Twitter,   AK-47 rifle,   New born baby,  
Konkan Railway launches <strong>new</strong> mobile application

Konkan Railway launches new mobile application

26 Nov 2014

Mangaluru: With a view to providing value-added services to its customers, Konkan Railway haslaunched a mobile application on Google Play Store which would enable the passengers to access various train-related features on their mobile phone.

Konkan Railway,   mobile application,   Google Play Store,   status of trains,   improving services,   ,  
Revisit <strong>new</strong> trailer of SRK, Kajol's DDLJ

Revisit new trailer of SRK, Kajol's DDLJ

26 Nov 2014

Mumbai: As a tribute to 'Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge' completing 1,000 weeks in Maratha Mandir on December 12, Yash Raj Films has released a brand new trailer of the longest running film in the history of Indian cinema.

new trailer of DDLJ,   SRK,   Kajol,   DDLJ,   Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge,   Shah Rukh Khan,  
11 <strong>new</strong> members take oath in Rajya Sabha

11 new members take oath in Rajya Sabha

26 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar and senior Samajwadi Party leader Ram Gopal Yadav were among the 11 newly elected members of Rajya Sabha who took oath on Wednesday.

Rajya Sabha,   Defence Minister,   Manohar Parrikar,   Samajwadi Party,   Ram Gopal Yadav,   Hamid Ansari,   Arun Jaitley,  

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