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India has highest PAH level; Kolkata most polluted metro: <strong>Study</strong>

India has highest PAH level; Kolkata most polluted metro: Study

31 Oct 2014

Panaji: India has highest PAHs (Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons), a carcinogenic Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs), as compared to cities of other countries while Kolkata is the most polluted metropolis in the country with its pollution levels recorded highest among eight tropical Asian countries, according to study.

India,   highest PAH level,   Kolkata,   PAH level,   most polluted metro city,   PoPs,   most polluted country in Asia,  
Air fresheners may poison indoor air: <strong>Study</strong>

Air fresheners may poison indoor air: Study

31 Oct 2014

Washington: Cleaning products and air fresheners, which provide a pleasant smell to your house, may also spike indoor aerosol levels and hamper the quality of air, a new study has warned.

Air freshener,   poison,   indoor air,   smog,   ozone,   aerosols,   ,  
Affordable driverless cars within 10 years: <strong>Study</strong>

Affordable driverless cars within 10 years: Study

30 Oct 2014

Sydney: Driverless cars could become affordable to most people within 10 years, Australian researchers said on Thursday.

driverless cars,   Affordable driverless cars,   Ba Tuong Vo,   autonomous car,   car without driver,  
Making mistakes while learning good for memory: <strong>Study</strong>

Making mistakes while learning good for memory: Study

27 Oct 2014

Toronto: Making mistakes while learning can benefit memory and lead to the correct answer, as long as you are not blindly guessing, a new study has found.

Making mistakes,   Memory,   Guessing,   Study,   Random guesses,   Memory,   Adults,   Andree-Ann Cyr,   Rotman Research Institute,   Department of Psychology,   University of Toronto,  
Sunshine may halt obesity, diabetes: <strong>Study</strong>

Sunshine may halt obesity, diabetes: Study

27 Oct 2014

London: Exposure to moderate amounts of sunshine may slow the development of obesity and diabetes, a new study suggests.

Sunshine,   obesity,   diabetes,   UV light,   weight gain,   healthy diet,  
Atheists more active on Twitter than believers: <strong>Study</strong>

Atheists more active on Twitter than believers: Study

27 Oct 2014

Washington: Atheists are typically considered a minority, but when it comes to Twitter they have more friends, more followers and tweet more, a new US study has found.

Atheists,   Twitter,   believers,   religious users,   Twitter profiles,   Twitter users,  
Won't comment till I <strong>study</strong> black money affidavit: Goa miner

Won't comment till I study black money affidavit: Goa miner

27 Oct 2014

Panaji: Radha Timblo, a Goa-based miner whose name figures in the black money list submitted in the Supreme Court, on Monday said she needs to study the government's affidavit before commenting on the issue.

Panaji,   Radha Timblo,   Goa miner,   Black money,   Supreme Court,   Modi government,   Black money affidavit ,  
CBSE releases <strong>study</strong> <strong>material</strong> for <strong>OTBA</strong>

CBSE releases study material for OTBA

03 Oct 2013

Bareily: The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has released the study material for the Open Text Based Assessment (OTBA) for classes IX and XI.

CBSE,   OTBA,   OTBA study material,   OTBA text material released,   open book exam,  
Magnetic materials could help build future computers

Magnetic materials could help build future computers

15 Oct 2014

London: Magnetic materials form the basis of most hard disc drives as they are able to store data. Now, a team from the University of Sheffield has proposed that they could also be used to perform calculations and so take on the role of a computer's central processing unit (CPU).

Magnetic material,   future computers,   central processing unit,   CPU,   magnetic material,   logic gates,  
Shorter tuberculosis treatment not a successful alternative: <strong>Study</strong>

Shorter tuberculosis treatment not a successful alternative: Study

24 Oct 2014

London: A shortened four months treatment for tuberculosis may not be a successful alternative to the current six-month standard treatment, scientists have found.

tuberculosis,   TB,   health problem,   TB patient,   highly endemic TB,  

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