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Aspirin may cut down colon cancer <strong>risks</strong> too

Aspirin may cut down colon cancer risks too

25 Apr 2014

New York: The humble aspirin that you pop to ameliorate headache or a precaution against heart attack can also take on the dangerous colorectal cancer in people with a specific gene, a significant study shows.

Aspirin,   Colon cancer risk,   hydroxyprostaglandin dehydrogenase,   Case Western Reserve School of Medicine,   Science Translational Medicine,   dangerous colorectal cancer,   ,  
CVC awaiting departmental approval to prosecute over 50 officials for graft

CVC awaiting departmental approval to prosecute over 50 officials for graft

24 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The Central Vigilance Commission (CVC) is awaiting sanction from different departments for more than four months to prosecute over 50 officials, including from IAS and IPS, for their alleged involvement in corruption.

CVC,   Delhi Jal Board,   Ministry of Personnel,   Public Grievances and Pensions,   Ministry of Home Affairs ,   Ministry of Railways ,   Bank of India ,  
China faces security <strong>risks</strong> after Windows XP demise

China faces security risks after Windows XP demise

22 Apr 2014

Beijing: China is trying to counter possible security risks for state agencies after Microsoft stopped providing security updates for the Windows XP operating system, a government official said in Beijing on Tuesday.

Windows XP demise,   Windows XP,   data security,   XP operating system,   Windows 8,   microsoft,  
Manipur <strong>Public</strong> Service Commission announces MCSCC 2013 final results

Manipur Public Service Commission announces MCSCC 2013 final results

22 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Manipur Public Service Commission (MPSC) has announced the final results of the Manipur Civil Services Combined Competitive (MCSCC).

Manipur Public Service Commission,   MPSC,   Manipur Civil Services Combined Competitive,   MCSCC,   final results of MPSC,  
Panasonic and Fujitsu to form chip design, development company

Panasonic and Fujitsu to form chip design, development company

23 Apr 2014

Tokyo: Panasonic Corp and Fujitsu Ltd said on Wednesday that they would integrate part of their operations to form an independent company to design and develop system LSI chips, in which both companies will own a share.

Panasonic,   Fujitsu,   chip design,   chip development company,   LSI chips,   Development Bank of Japan,   semiconductor manufacturer,   initial public offering,  
RBI for two-stage verification for online transactions

RBI for two-stage verification for online transactions

23 Apr 2014

Mumbai: Worried over rising number of frauds in online banking, the RBI has suggested that banks introduce two-stage authentication to ensure security of transactions.

RBI,   Reserve Bank of India,   online transactions,   online transaction verification,   Enabling Public Key Infrastructure,   PKI,   Payment System Applications,  
Researchers link SIDS to breathing problems

Researchers link SIDS to breathing problems

17 Apr 2014

Melbourne: In a major breakthrough, researchers have identified the possible causes of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), which may further prevent future loss of children's lives.

SIDS,   breathing problems,   loss of children’s lives,   University of Adelaide's School of Medical Sciences,   ,  
Sports can empower women: Jagmati Sangwan

Sports can empower women: Jagmati Sangwan

18 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Social pressures shouldn't restrict any woman to pursue a career in sports, said a former international volleyball player who believes sports has the power to empower women.

Sports,   Sports can empower,   career in sports,   India International Centre ,  Women's Lives ,   Women and Sports in Delhi,   Jagmati Sangwan,   international shooting championships,   ,  
 Markets remain closed today due to <strong>public</strong> holiday

Markets remain closed today due to public holiday

14 Apr 2014

New Delhi: The BSE, NSE, forex and money markets are closed on Monday on account of ‘Ambedkar Jayanti’. Trading will resume on Tuesday.

Stock market,   bullion market,   Market close,   Stock close,   stock open,   gold price,   trading ,  
Asia's largest Tulip garden thrown open for <strong>public</strong>

Asia's largest Tulip garden thrown open for public

05 Apr 2014

Srinagar:  Asia's largest Tulip garden on the banks of Dal Lake in Srinagar was thrown open for visitors on Saturday, even as the inclement weather conditions have delayed blooming of majority of the bulbs.

Asia,   Tulip garden,   Kashmir,   Dal Lake,   Zabarwan Range,  

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