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Happiest couples sleep less than an inch apart: Study

Happiest couples sleep less than an inch apart: Study

16 Apr 2014

London: Partners who sleep less than an inch apart are more likely to be happy in their relationship than those maintaining a wider gap than 30 inches, a new study has found.

Partners,   University of Hertfordshire,   Psychologist Professor,   Richard Wiseman,   Relationship ,  
J&K will be number one priority for BJP, says Rajnath Singh

J&K will be number one priority for BJP, says Rajnath Singh

16 Apr 2014

Udhampur (J&K): Asserting that Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has an ‘emotional’ relationship with Jammu and Kashmir, party chief Rajnath Singh said that the state will be ‘their number one priority’ once the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government is formed at the Centre.

Jammu and Kashmir,   J&K,   Rajnath Singh,   BJP,   Bharatiya Janata Party,   NDA,   National Democratic Alliance,  
Alzheimer's gene has greater effect on women

Alzheimer's gene has greater effect on women

16 Apr 2014

Washington: Women carrying a certain gene variant are more likely than men with the same gene variant to develop Alzheimer's disease, a new study has found.

Alzheimer’s gene,   Alzheimer's disease,   Stanford University School of Medicine,   ApoE4,   Alzheimer's effect on women,  
Two militants killed in <strong>Kashmir</strong> gun battle

Two militants killed in Kashmir gun battle

14 Apr 2014

Srinagar: Two militants were killed and a policeman was injured on Monday in a gun battle between separatist guerrillas and security forces, officials said.

Militants,   gun battle,   Kashmir,   guerrillas,   Lal Chowk,   Lok Sabha,  
<strong>University</strong> of <strong>Kashmir</strong> announces M.A. English results

University of Kashmir announces M.A. English results

20 Mar 2014

New Delhi: The University of Kashmir on Thursday announced the results of M.A. English, which were held in July and August last year.

University of Kashmir,   M.A. English exam results,   University of Kashmir results,   University of Kashmir M.A. English result,   National Assessment and Accreditation Council,   NAAC ,  
PDP criticises NC-Congress coalition in J-K

PDP criticises NC-Congress coalition in J-K

15 Apr 2014

Srinagar: Opposition Peoples Democratic Party on Tuesday hit out at the ruling National Conference-Congress coalition in Jammu and Kashmir, saying the present regime was a "stumbling block" in restoring sustainable peace and accelerating equitable and balanced development in the state.

PDP,   Congress-NC coalition,   Lok Sabha elections,   Mufti Mohhamad Sayeed,   Anantnag,   Jammu and Kashmir,   Srinagar,  
Researchers to develop robots that better interacts with people

Researchers to develop robots that better interacts with people

15 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Researchers at University of British Columbia, Canada, are programming robots to communicate with people using human-like body language and cues.

Robots,   University of British Columbia,   robot interaction,   robot’s interaction with humans,   programming robots,   ,  
<strong>University</strong> of <strong>Kashmir</strong> announces B. Ed annual exam results

University of Kashmir announces B. Ed annual exam results

20 Mar 2014

New Delhi: University of Kashmir has announced the results of B. Ed annual examinations, which were conducted in October last year.

University of Kashmir,   B. Ed annual exam results,   University of Kashmir results,   University of Kashmir B.Ed result,   National Assessment and Accreditation Council,   NAAC,  
Militants kill two policemen in <strong>Kashmir</strong>

Militants kill two policemen in Kashmir

13 Apr 2014

Srinagar: Separatist guerrillas shot dead two policemen in the Kashmir Valley on Sunday, triggering a gun battle with security forces, officials said.

Militants killed,   Militants in Kashmir,   Militants,   Kashmir Valley,   security forces in Kashmir,  
Soon, ATMs to defend themselves from attacks!

Soon, ATMs to defend themselves from attacks!

15 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Considering the number of attacks on Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) in recent times, researchers have developed a new technology that will help these machines release caustic chemicals to attack robbers and vandals.

ATMs,   ETH University in Zurich,   ATM attacks,   ATM defense mechanism,   ATM defence,   ,  

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