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Indian Consulate in <strong>New</strong> York hailed as model of 'Swachh Consulate'

Indian Consulate in New York hailed as model of 'Swachh Consulate'

24 Nov 2014

New York: In keeping with the 'Swachh Bharat' campaign, the Indian Consulate here undertook a massive cleanliness drive at its premises and is being hailed as a model of 'Swachh Consulate,' setting an example for other Indian missions and posts abroad to take up similar efforts.

Indian Consulate,   Swachh Consulate,   Swachh Bharat campaign,   Consul General Dnyaneshwar Mulay,   Sushma Swaraj,   Sujatha Singh,   ,  
India needs to adopt <strong>new</strong> IPR protection norms: US

India needs to adopt new IPR protection norms: US

24 Nov 2014

New Delhi: US government on Monday highlighted the need for India to adopt new norms relating to protection of intellectual property rights (IPRs), local sourcing norms and mobility of highly-skilled labour.

India,   IPR protection norms,   US,   norms,   copyright,  
Indian Consulate in <strong>New</strong> York hailed as model of 'Swachh Consulate'

Indian Consulate in New York hailed as model of 'Swachh Consulate'

24 Nov 2014

New York: In keeping with the 'Swachh Bharat' campaign, the Indian Consulate here undertook a massive cleanliness drive at its premises and is being hailed as a model of 'Swachh Consulate,' setting an example for other Indian missions and posts abroad to take up similar efforts.

Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan,   Dnyaneshwar Mulay,   Sushma Swaraj,   Clean India Campaign,   Narendra Modi,   ,  
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,  
Brad Haddin drops hints on retirement post-2015 Ashes

Brad Haddin drops hints on retirement post-2015 Ashes

24 Nov 2014

Melbourne: Australia's first-choice wicketkeeper Brad Haddin is contemplating retirement after next year's Ashes in England with an aim to successfully defend the urn.

Brad Haddin,   Australia,   England,   UAE,   New South Wales,  
Obama: Americans want '<strong>new</strong> car smell' in 2016

Obama: Americans want 'new car smell' in 2016

24 Nov 2014

Henderson: President Barack Obama says voters want a "new car smell" in the 2016 White House race and that Hillary Rodham Clinton would be "a great president." But would Clinton pass that particular smell test?

Obama,   Americans,   new car smell,   2016,   US president,   elections,  
SEBI withdraws <strong>recognition</strong> granted to Delhi Stock Exchange

SEBI withdraws recognition granted to Delhi Stock Exchange

20 Nov 2014

Mumbai: Finding "serious irregularities" in the functioning of Delhi Stock Exchange, Sebi withdrew the recognition granted to the bourse.

SEBI,   Delhi Stock Exchange,   DSE,   Prashant Saran,   Raghuram,   Stocks trading,  
<strong>New</strong> device translates words into vibrations for deaf

New device translates words into vibrations for deaf

23 Nov 2014

New York: Scientists have developed a new wearable device that translates spoken words into vibrations -  helping hearing impaired people perceive speech in a completely new way.

Scientists,   spoken words,   hearing impaired people,   perceive speech,   Baylor College of Medicine in Houston ,  
<strong>New</strong> synthetic platelets for better bleeding control

New synthetic platelets for better bleeding control

23 Nov 2014

Los Angeles: Scientists, including two of Indian-origin, have developed new synthetic platelets that mimic and outperform natural platelets at controlling bleeding. Researchers at the University of California, Santa Barbara turned to the human body's own mechanisms for inspiration in dealing with the necessary and complicated process of coagulation.

University of California,   Santa Barbara,  Samir Mitragotri,   UC Santa Barbara's Centre for Bioengineering,   CBE,   PLNs,   Stefano Menegatti,   Journal ACS Nano,   Synthetic Platelets,   Bleeding Control,   ,  
Madras HC lament <strong>rules</strong> and regulations pertaining to admission in MBBS courses in the country

Madras HC lament rules and regulations pertaining to admission in MBBS courses in the country

21 Nov 2014

Chennai: The Madras High Court has lamented that rules and deadlines pertaining to admission to MBBS courses in the country have been changing so rapidly that no one knows "what the law is and where we stand." “Our education in law appears to be inadequate to understand the law of education," Justice V Ramasubramanian said while passing order on a batch of writ petitions filed by MBBS aspirants on Tuesday.

Madras,   High Court,   Madras HC,   rules,   regulations,   admission,   MBBS courses,  

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