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Sikh <strong>body</strong> opposes proposal to make helmets compulsory for women in Delhi

Sikh body opposes proposal to make helmets compulsory for women in Delhi

19 Apr 2014

New Delhi: A proposal by the Delhi transport department to make it compulsory for women to wear helmets while sitting on a two wheeler in the national capital has courted controversy after being opposed by a prominent Sikh body, which has urged the concerned authorities to keep the religious sentiments of people in mind before taking any haste decision.

Sikh body,   Delhi,   DSGPC,   Manjit Singh GK,   Delhi transport department,   Najeeb Jung,  
Muslim <strong>body</strong> slams Salim Khan, Salman for praising Modi

Muslim body slams Salim Khan, Salman for praising Modi

18 Apr 2014

Aligarh: The Forum for Muslim Studies and Analysis has slammed Bollywood actor Salman Khan and his father and film writer Salim Khan for praising Bharatiya Janata Party’s prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi for "pure commercial gains".

Salim Khan,   Salman Khan,   Narendra Modi,   Modi urdu website,   BJP prime ministerial candidate ,  
Control pregnancy weight to avoid obesity in kids

Control pregnancy weight to avoid obesity in kids

15 Apr 2014

New York: Gaining both too much or too little weight during pregnancy appears to increase the risk of having an overweight or obese child, a study involving an Indian-origin researcher finds.

Control pregnancy weight,   obesity in kids,   California-based Kaiser Permanente,   Monique M Hedderson,   Body Mass Index ,   child's subsequent growth,   ,  
Sandeep Dikshit calls Election Commission toothless <strong>body</strong>

Sandeep Dikshit calls Election Commission toothless body

09 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Congress leader Sandeep Dikshit on Wednesday referred to the Election Commission (EC) as a toothless body and said that it does not act on complaints.

Sandeep Dikshit,   Election Commission,   Congress leader,   EC,   Lok Sabha elections,   LS polls,   LS polls 2014,  
 Indian doctors lose legal battle against UK medical <strong>body</strong>

Indian doctors lose legal battle against UK medical body

11 Apr 2014

London: Indian-origin doctors in UK lost a discrimination appeal against the country's medical examination authority.

Indian doctors,   Indian doctors in UK,   Indian doctors in Britain,   UK medical body,   British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin,   BAPIO ,  
Tiny medical robot that performs surgery inside <strong>body</strong>

Tiny medical robot that performs surgery inside body

07 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Scientists have developed a tiny fist-sized robot that can enter a person’s body to perform surgery and then come out hassle free. Researchers say this compact robot can benefit astronauts and other space explorers who live in space for a long time.

Robot,   medical robot,   robot performs surgery,   fist-sized robot,   robot to perform surgery,  
Scientists grow <strong>body</strong> parts in lab using stem cells

Scientists grow body parts in lab using stem cells

09 Apr 2014

New Delhi: In a revolutionary attempt, scientists at London's Royal Free hospital are developing body parts like nose, ears and blood vessel using stem cells. It is among several labs around the world that are working on the innovative idea of growing custom-made organs in the lab, a daily reported.

stem cells,   developing body parts using stem cells,   organs from stem cells,  
Vaccination may alter your <strong>body</strong> odour

Vaccination may alter your body odour

03 Apr 2014

New York: Do you know that a simple vaccination at your nearby clinic can trigger a distinct change in your body odour? Research has documented the first demonstration of a bodily odour change due to immune activation.

Vaccination,   bodily odour change due to immune activation,   bodily odour change ,   vaccination to change bodily odour change ,  
Drinking milk may stave off arthritis in women

Drinking milk may stave off arthritis in women

08 Apr 2014

Washington: Women who frequently consume fat-free or low-fat milk may delay the progression of osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee, a new study has claimed.

Drinking milk,   arthritis in women,   progression of osteoarthritis,   Brigham & Women's Hospital in Boston,   body mass index (BMI),   milk consumption,   ,  
Soon, 'electronic skin' to release drugs in <strong>body</strong>

Soon, 'electronic skin' to release drugs in body

31 Mar 2014

Washington: Imagine a tattoo-like thin wearable device that can store information and also deliver medicine combining patient treatment and monitoring at one time?

Nature Nanotechnology,   Electronic skin,   Researcher,   US,   Parkinson's ,  

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