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Horses and rhinos originated in India: <strong>study</strong>

Horses and rhinos originated in India: study

21 Nov 2014

Washington: Horses and rhinos likely originated in the Indian subcontinent, over 54 million years ago, according to a new study.

Horses,   Rhinos,   India,   Johns Hopkins University,   Perissodactyla,   Journal Nature Communication,  Stony Brook University,   Arabian Peninsula ,  
Show <strong>material</strong> used in passenger coach interiors, SC tells railways

Show material used in passenger coach interiors, SC tells railways

19 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday asked Indian Railways to place before it the material used for furnishing the interiors of railway coaches so that it could get it tested by labs to ascertain its quality.

Supreme Court,   passenger coach,   railways interior,   cloth material in trains,   Indian railways,   railway coaches,   Indian railways interior,   train curtains,  
Proposal to document Kaziranga Park's biodiversity

Proposal to document Kaziranga Park's biodiversity

22 Nov 2014

Kolkata: The central government has asked scientists in northeast India to map and document the biodiversity in Assam's famous Kaziranga National Park.

Kaziranga Park,   Assam,   Narayan Talukdar,   Institute of Advanced Study in Science and Technology,   Union Science and Technology Minister,   Harsh Vardhan,   one-horned rhinos,  
HIV drugs could help stop vision loss: <strong>Study</strong>

HIV drugs could help stop vision loss: Study

21 Nov 2014

Washington: Drugs used to treat the HIV virus and AIDS could be used to treat a leading cause of blindness, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have found. The study shows that HIV/AIDS drugs that have been used for the last 30 years could be repurposed to treat Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD), as well as other inflammatory disorders, because of a previously undiscovered intrinsic and inflammatory activity those drugs possess.

HIV drugs,   vision loss,   HIV virus,   AIDS,   blindness,  
'Huqqa' not safer than 'bidi' smoking: <strong>Study</strong>

'Huqqa' not safer than 'bidi' smoking: Study

20 Nov 2014

Jaipur: On the occasion of World Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Day, the Indian Asthma Care Society debunked the myth that smoking a 'huqqa' is safer than a 'beedi', saying that ten times more carbon monoxide is inhaled in a single huqqa puff.

Huqqa,   bidi,   smoking,   Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease,   COPD,   Indian Asthma Care Society,   huqqa puff,  
India's online shoppers to touch 100 million by 2016: <strong>Study</strong>

India's online shoppers to touch 100 million by 2016: Study

20 Nov 2014

New Delhi: India will have 100 million online shoppers and the country's e-tailing sector will become a $15 billion market by 2016, a study said.

Online shoppers,   Online shopping,   E-tailing,   Onile market,   Forrester Consulting,   Google search,   Google trends,   Google India,   E-commerce,  
Kendriya Vidyalaya students can still <strong>study</strong> German as 'additional' subject

Kendriya Vidyalaya students can still study German as 'additional' subject

19 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Days after directing replacement of German with Sanskrit as third language, the government has said the students wanting to study this foreign language can still do so as an "additional" subject and has decided to continue with services of teachers hired for teaching it.

Kendriya Vidyalaya,   German,   Sanskrit,   The Human Resources Development Ministry,   HRD Minister ,   Smriti Irani,  
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,  
Global 'terror' deaths up by 61 percent: <strong>Study</strong>

Global 'terror' deaths up by 61 percent: Study

18 Nov 2014

London: The number of people killed globally in terrorist attacks jumped by 61 percent in 2013, reflecting the rise of Boko Haram and Islamic State jihadists, the Institute for Economics and Peace said on Tuesday.

global terrorist attacks,   rise of Boko Haram,   Islamic State jihadists,   2014 Global Terrorism Index,   Iraq most affected by terrorism,   IS,   Boko Haram,   al-Qaeda,   Taliban,   ,  
Facebook games may help strengthen family bonds: <strong>Study</strong>

Facebook games may help strengthen family bonds: Study

19 Nov 2014

Toronto: Playing Facebook games with your family may actually help you to strengthen family bonds by breaking down both communication and age barriers, a new study suggests. The research shows that beyond being a fun distraction, Social Network Games (SNGs) can offer family members a meaningful way to interact and meet social obligations.

Facebook games,   FB games,   Facebook,   virtual games,   FB games strengthen family ties,   family bonds,   communication,   Social Network Games,  

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