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PM announces ex-gratia for train mishap <strong>victims</strong>

PM announces ex-gratia for train mishap victims

01 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Expressing grief at the loss of lives in the train collision in eastern Uttar Pradesh, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday announced an ex-gratia payment of Rs 2 lakh each to the next of kin of those killed in the accident.

PM Modi,   ex-gratia,   train mishap victims,   Narendra Modi,   train accident,   ,  
Rohit Bal ties up with NGO to help flood <strong>victims</strong> in Kashmir

Rohit Bal ties up with NGO to help flood victims in Kashmir

01 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Ace designer Rohit Bal has tied up with an NGO in an attempt to help the homeless victims of the devastating Jammu and Kashmir floods. The floods have left many homeless, and Bal, who is himself from Kashmir, has decided to supply building materials to help them build new houses.

Rohit Bal,   Fashion designer,   NGO,   J&K flood,   J&K relief funds,   Insaniyat-NGO,   WIFW ,  
Indian-Americans give rock star <strong>treatment</strong> to Modi

Indian-Americans give rock star treatment to Modi

29 Sep 2014

New York: Indian-Americans from across the nation gave a "rock star" treatment to Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the prestigious Madison Square Garden in the Big Apple, where nearly 20,000 strong gathering of Indian Diaspora welcomed the Indian leader.

Indian-Americans,   rock star treatment,   PM Modi,   invites diaspora,   Make in India,   clean Ganga,   Narendra Modi,   Indo-US ties,   US,   US president,   Barack Obama,  
PM Modi visits Ground Zero, pays tributes to 9/11 <strong>victims</strong>

PM Modi visits Ground Zero, pays tributes to 9/11 victims

27 Sep 2014

New York: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday paid tributes at the 9/11 memorial, also known as Ground Zero, where the twin towers of  World Trade Centre destroyed by  September 11, 2001 terrorist attack stood.

Narendra Modi,   PM Modi,   Modi US visit,   9/11 memorial,   Ground Zero,   Twin towers,   World Trade Centre,  
First Ebola <strong>treatment</strong> clinical trials to start in West Africa

First Ebola treatment clinical trials to start in West Africa

24 Sep 2014

London: Scientists in London unveiled plans to push ahead with clinical trials of prototype Ebola treatments in West Africa for the first time, possibly from November.

Ebola treatment,   clinical trials,   West Africa,   Ebola virus,   deadly disease,   ,  
Salman donates Rs 50L to J&K relief fund

Salman donates Rs 50L to J&K relief fund

26 Sep 2014

Mumbai: Salman Khan is known for his generous streak and this time, he has apparently donated a whopping Rs 50 lakh to the Jammu & Kashmir relief fund.

J&K relief fund,   Salman Khan,   Kashmir’s flood victims,   Being Human,  
Know how to prevent depression risk among teens

Know how to prevent depression risk among teens

22 Sep 2014

New York: If you wish to shield your kids from depression, driving home the point that personalities can be changed may help, a study suggests.

Depression,   teens,   researchers,   adolescents,   treatment,  
HC asks AIIMS to provide urgent <strong>treatment</strong> to under trial Maoist

HC asks AIIMS to provide urgent treatment to under trial Maoist

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Monday came to the help of a jailed suspected Maoist, who needs urgent surgery for brain tumour, by asking city police and AIIMS authorities to provide "immediate treatment" to him.

New Delhi,   Delhi High Court,  suspected Maoist,   surgery,   brain tumour,   city police,   AIIMS,   Chandan Deonath,  
Lasith Malinga to undergo ankle <strong>treatment</strong> in Australia

Lasith Malinga to undergo ankle treatment in Australia

20 Sep 2014

Colombo: Sri Lanka will have to do without Lasith Malinga for about three-and-a-half months until early next year as the speedster has planned to get his troubled ankle treated in Australia.

Sri Lanka,   Lasith Malinga,   ankle treatment,   National Selector,   Pramodaya Wickramasingha,   ,  
Berries could boost standard cancer <strong>treatment</strong>: Study

Berries could boost standard cancer treatment: Study

18 Sep 2014

London: A wild berry native to North America may strengthen the effectiveness of a chemotherapy drug commonly used to treat pancreatic cancer, researchers, including one of Indian-origin, have found.

wild berry,   chemotherapy,   pancreatic cancer,   cancer,   cancer cells,  

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