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Info about discovery of one million mummies not true: Egypt

Info about discovery of one million mummies not true: Egypt

19 Dec 2014

Cairo: Egypt has decided to stop cooperation with an American excavation team working in country's Fayoum Governorate for the past 34 years, refuting its claim of discovering a cemetery with over a million mummified bodies.

Egypt,   Fayoum Governorate,   cemetery of mummified bodies,   Brigham Young University ,  
Railway recruitment exam to go on-line: Suresh Prabhu

Railway recruitment exam to go on-line: Suresh Prabhu

11 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Railway recruitment exams will henceforth will be online. An instruction to this effect was today given by Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu who said the current manual system has failed to inspire confidence among the candidates, the public and quite often even among officials associated with the process.

Railway recruitment exams,   Railway Minister,   Suresh Prabhu,   Railway exam,  
PM Modi pitches for <strong>technological</strong> upgradation in textile sector

PM Modi pitches for technological upgradation in textile sector

07 Nov 2014

Varanasi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday favoured "technological upgradation" and "human resource development" in the textile sector so that the youth take to it as a vocation "not out of any compulsion, but with pride".

Varanasi,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Ram Naik,   Akhilesh Yadav,   Banaras Hindu University,   Modi's Varanasi visit,  
Twitter analysis reveals how weather affects mood

Twitter analysis reveals how weather affects mood

12 Nov 2014

Washington: We know that the weather has a profound physiological and psychological impact on us.

Weather,   Psychological impact,   Researchers,   Stanford University,   Twitter,   Tweets,   MIT Technological,  
New smartphone app may monitor sleep disorders

New smartphone app may monitor sleep disorders

15 Dec 2014

Washington: Researchers are developing a smartphone app that can track your breathing while you sleep, making it easier to monitor sleep disorders.

Researchers,   Smartphone app,   Sleep,   Sleep disorders,   Stevens Institute of Technology,   Florida State University,   Microphone,   Smartphone,  
Why women stay away from politics, tells a Study

Why women stay away from politics, tells a Study

13 Dec 2014

New York: A University of Pittsburgh study has found that women are more "election averse" than men."Past research has shown that women seem to be under confident of their ability to hold office.

women,   politics,   Study,   University,   Pittsburgh,   election averse,  
UP Governor vouches for value-based teachings

UP Governor vouches for value-based teachings

15 Dec 2014

Varanasi: Expressing concern over the commercialisation of education, Uttar Pradesh Governor Ram Naik said the education system in the country has deviated from imparting value-based teachings.

Ram Naik,   Banaras Hindu University,   Moral education,   Education in India,   SP,   Education in Uttar Pradesh,   value based teaching,  
DU training nurses on use of sign language in hospitals

DU training nurses on use of sign language in hospitals

14 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Delhi University is providing sign language training to nursing staff in hospitals across the national capital to help them deal with hearing impaired patients.

Delhi University,   AIIMS,   GTB Hospital,   Medical Council of India,   MCI,   National Association of Deaf,   NAD ,  
Arvind Kejriwal to address students at Columbia <strong>University</strong>

Arvind Kejriwal to address students at Columbia University

05 Dec 2014

Washington: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal will address the students of the prestigious Columbia University in New York on Sunday, his supporters in US said on Thursday.

Arvind Kejriwal,   Columbia University,   AAP chief,   AAP chief's address at Columbia University,   ,  
New paddy variety developed for Bihar's rain deficient areas

New paddy variety developed for Bihar's rain deficient areas

11 Dec 2014

Patna: Scientists in Bihar have developed a new paddy variety for rain deficient areas. It is likely to help millions of farmers in the state's drought-prone areas.

Bihar,   Bihar Agriculture University,   BAU,   Drought Prone Areas,  

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