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Playing video games linked to school <strong>failure</strong>

Playing video games linked to school failure

31 Jan 2015

London: Children who spend too much on the internet, mobiles and video games are likely to perform poorly in schools, new research has found.

video games,   school failure,   internet,   UAB,  
Stem cell therapy to treat damaged hearts developed in Spain

Stem cell therapy to treat damaged hearts developed in Spain

31 Jan 2015

Madrid: A Spanish hospital has successfully used stem cells culled from healthy donors to treat seven heart attack victims, in what officials said was a world first. Madrid's Gregorio Maranon hospital plans to treat 55 patients in all with the technique in a clinical trial, the regional Madrid government which runs the hospital said in a statement.

Stem cell,   heart disease,   heart attack,   healthy donors,   heart failure,  
Delhi polls: EC looks to crack down on misuse of money, muscle

Delhi polls: EC looks to crack down on misuse of money, muscle

31 Jan 2015

New Delhi: To check the misuse of money, muscle power and liquor during the Assembly polls here, Election Commission has sought the cooperation of the states bordering Delhi in order to ensure that the exercise passes of peacefully.

Election Commission,   Money power Muscle power,   Liquor,   Delhi Assembly polls,   Delhi election,  
Bangla ex-PM Zia's house <strong>power</strong> supply snapped

Bangla ex-PM Zia's house power supply snapped

31 Jan 2015

Dhaka: Ahead of 72-hour nationwide strike called by Opposition BNP, the Bangladesh Government today cut the power supply, cable and Internet connections to the office-cum-residence of party chief Khaleda Zia apparently to force her to withdraw the agitation.

Khaleda Zia,   power supply cut,   nationwide strike,   Sheikh Hasina,   Bangladesh PM,  
Adani to demerge ports, <strong>power</strong>, transmission and mining businesses

Adani to demerge ports, power, transmission and mining businesses

30 Jan 2015

New Delhi: In a major recast of operations and corporate structure, Adani group on Friday announced demerger of all ports and power assets into two already listed firms, while transmission business would be spun out into a new company  to be listed separately.

Adani group,   Adani demerger,   Adani ports,   Adani power,   Adani transmission,  
HC pulls up civic bodies for <strong>failure</strong> to keep Delhi clean

HC pulls up civic bodies for failure to keep Delhi clean

29 Jan 2015

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Wednesday pulled up civic agencies for their failure to keep the national capital clean and wondered how Delhi would become a "world class city" when it's "not even an Asia class city".

Clean Delhi campaign,  Delhi High Court on clean Delhi,   failure to Clean Delhi,  
BHEL commissions 600 MW thermal unit in Odisha

BHEL commissions 600 MW thermal unit in Odisha

29 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd (BHEL) has announced commissioning of 600 MW thermal power project in Odisha.

BHEL,   Bharat Heavy Electricals,   Jindal India Thermal Power,   thermal power project in Odisha,  
Deals in global <strong>power</strong>, renewables touch USD 243 billion in 2014: Report

Deals in global power, renewables touch USD 243 billion in 2014: Report

29 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Global M&A value in the power and renewables sector stood at USD 243.1 billion in 2014, a 70 per cent jump on a year-on-year basis, according to report.

Global M&A,   Merger and accusations,   power sector,   renewables sector,   India,  
Foreign bidders cannot bid for NTPC's three solar projects: Source

Foreign bidders cannot bid for NTPC's three solar projects: Source

29 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Foreign players would not be allowed to bid for NTPC's three new solar power projects of total 750 MW capacity as the PSU has restricted the bidding to domestic companies.

Foreign investors,   NTPC,   Solar power projects,   Domestic companies,  
Former President Abdul Kalam speaks about success and <strong>failure</strong> at JLF

Former President Abdul Kalam speaks about success and failure at JLF

24 Jan 2015

Jaipur: Success depends on one's ability to face challenges without the fear of failure, said former President A P J Abdul at the Jaipur Literature Festival here on Saturday.

Former President of India,   Abdul Kalam,   Jaipur Literature Fest,   JLF,  

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