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Drug menace a national <strong>pain</strong>, says PM Narendra Modi

Drug menace a national pain, says PM Narendra Modi

14 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Voicing concern over the "devastating" drug addiction menace, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said society as well as the government will have to work together to fight this problem and that a helpline would be set up soon to assist those seeking solutions.

drug addiction menace,   Prime Minister of India,   Narendra Modi,   Indian society,   government of India,   Mann Ki Baat programme on radio ,  
Researchers to scan social media use <strong>during</strong> disasters

Researchers to scan social media use during disasters

15 Dec 2014

New York: The US National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded Ohio-based Kent State University USD 300,000 grant to study public responses to disaster warnings and alerts across social media.

Researchers,   Disasters,   NSF,   US,   Xinyue Ye,   Social media ,  
'Off switch' for <strong>pain</strong> discovered in the brain

'Off switch' for pain discovered in the brain

29 Nov 2014

Washington: Scientists have discovered that it is possible to block a pathway in the brain of animals suffering from neuropathic pain, which could have a huge impact on improving pain relief in humans.

neuropathic pain,   pain relief,   chronic nerve pain,   off switch for pain,   brain,  
Karnataka Assembly bans using mobile phone <strong>during</strong> proceedings

Karnataka Assembly bans using mobile phone during proceedings

12 Dec 2014

Belagavi: Use of mobile phones in the Karnataka Assembly was banned on Friday, a day after the House was rocked by chaos over a BJP member watching a zoomed in picture of Priyanka Gandhi during proceedings.

Karnataka Assembly,   Priyanka Gandhi,   BJP,   Congress,   Siddaramaiah,   ,  
98 died, 290 injured in rail accidents <strong>during</strong> April-November

98 died, 290 injured in rail accidents during April-November

12 Dec 2014

New Delhi: During April-November period of the current year, 98 persons died and 290 persons received injuries in train accidents, other than incidents of trespassing at unmanned level crossings, Rajya Sabha was informed on Friday.

April-November rail accidents,   Indian rail accidents,   rail accidents toll,   train accidents,   Rajya Sabha,   Railway Minister,   Suresh Prabhu,   Indian Railways,  
Jharkhand: Two Naxalites killed <strong>during</strong> escape bid, 3 others injured

Jharkhand: Two Naxalites killed during escape bid, 3 others injured

09 Dec 2014

Chaibasa (Jharkhand): Two Naxalites, lodged in the Chaibasa jail in West Singhbhum district, were killed and three other Naxalites injured in police firing when they attempted to escape during a headcount of prisoners on Tuesday while 15 others managed to flee.

Chaibasa,   Jharkhand,   Naxal,   Chaibasa jail,   Singhbhum district,   Prisoners,  
FIH allows defenders to use metal grills <strong>during</strong> penalty corner

FIH allows defenders to use metal grills during penalty corner

05 Dec 2014

Lausanne: The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has decided to allow the defenders wear protective metal grills while trying to stop the powerful dragflicks during penalty corner conversion.

International Hockey Federation,   FIH,   dragflicks,   penalty corner,  
More smartphone use equals less fun <strong>during</strong> leisure

More smartphone use equals less fun during leisure

05 Dec 2014

Washington: Too much smartphone use can lead to leisure distress, feeling uptight, stressed and anxious during free time, new research has found.

Smartphone,   leisure distress,   feeling uptight,   stressed,   anxious,   Computers in Human Behaviour,   ,  
CBI Chief nods off <strong>during</strong> Modi's speech

CBI Chief nods off during Modi's speech

01 Dec 2014

Guwahati: CBI Director Ranjit Sinha was seen nodding off during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech on the need for "smart policing" at a meeting of top police officers.

CBI Director,   Ranjit Sinha,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Modi speech,   Smart policing,   Police officers,  
Non-veg food in IIT stopped <strong>during</strong> UPA rule: Smriti Irani

Non-veg food in IIT stopped during UPA rule: Smriti Irani

03 Dec 2014

New Delhi: HRD Minister Smriti Irani on Wednesday rejected allegations that she was promoting vegeterian food in IITs, contending that it such meals were stopped during UPA rule, much before she assumed charge following complaints about high price.

HRD Minister,   Smriti Irani,   Vegeterian food,   IITs,   UPA rule,   IIT hostel ,  

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