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 Asian herb holds promise against Ebola

Asian herb holds promise against Ebola

27 Feb 2015

Washington: A promising small molecule derived from an Asian herb has successfully inhibited infection of human white blood cells, thus preventing Ebola virus disease in mice, US researchers report.

Asian herb,   Ebola,   white blood cells,   Ebola virus,   US researchers,  
Railway finances will be hard-pressed in near future: <strong>White</strong> Paper

Railway finances will be hard-pressed in near future: White Paper

27 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Indian Railways' finances will be hard-pressed in the near future with the anticipated increase in committed expenditures, according to a White Paper on the national transporter tabled by Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu in Parliament on Thursday.

Indian Railway finances,   Rail Budget,   Railway Budget 2015,   White Paper,   Suresh Prabhu,   Railway Minister,   Pay Commission,  
US condemns IS attacks on Christians in Syria

US condemns IS attacks on Christians in Syria

26 Feb 2015

Washington: The US has strongly condemned that Islamic State's attacks on Assyrian Christian villages in northeastern Syria and asserted that it will continue to lead the fight to degrade and ultimately defeat the dreaded terrorist outfit.

US,   IS,   Syria,   attacks on Christians,   IS attacks,   White House,  
US will not allow Iran to obtain nuclear weapon: <strong>White</strong> House

US will not allow Iran to obtain nuclear weapon: White House

25 Feb 2015

Washington: United States will make sure that Iran does not obtain a nuclear weapon as it would trigger a nuclear arms race and "destabilise" an already volatile region, the White House has said.

Iran,   US,   nuclear weapon,   White House,   Josh Earnest,  
Obama's India visit helped boost bilateral ties: <strong>White</strong> House

Obama's India visit helped boost bilateral ties: White House

25 Feb 2015

Washington: US President Barack Obama's visit to India provided an opportunity to strengthen bilateral relationship between the two countries and America is willing to work together with Indian government, the White House has said, a month after the historic trip.

Obama India visit,   India US bilateral ties,   White House,   US President,   Barack Obama,   Indian government,   PM Modi,  
Buy silk <strong>white</strong> variant of 16GB OnePlus One at Rs 18,999 on Amazon

Buy silk white variant of 16GB OnePlus One at Rs 18,999 on Amazon

23 Feb 2015

New Delhi: The much anticipated OnePlus One premium device was announced in India on February 10 and reportedly, the makers have fulfilled their promise on Monday by announcing 16GB Silk White OnePlus One model in India.

OnePlus One,   OnePlus One silk white,   OnePlus One smartphones India,   OnePlus One India,   OnePlus One Amazon,  
Ice cream parlour introduces 'glow-in-the-dark flavours'

Ice cream parlour introduces 'glow-in-the-dark flavours'

24 Feb 2015

New Delhi: A Melbourne-based ice cream parlour has introduced a unique ice cream 'glow-in-the-dark flavours', that will you have no problem eating even if there is a blackout. It comes in three flavours raspberry, pine-lime and mango passion fruit.

glow-in-the-dark flavours,   ice cream,   ice cream parlour,   Melbourne based ice cream,   White Night festival,  
87th Academy Awards: <strong>White</strong>, pastel hues rule Oscars 2015 red carpet

87th Academy Awards: White, pastel hues rule Oscars 2015 red carpet

23 Feb 2015

Los Angeles: Rain soaked red carpet failed to play spoilsport for Hollywood beauties Patricia Arquette, Lupita Nyong'o, Marion Cotillard and Lady Gaga, who turned heads in shades of white and pastel at the 87th Academy Awards.

Oscars 2015 red carpet,   White hue,   pastel colour deresses,   Patricia Arquette,   Lupita Nyong,   Lady Gaga,  
<strong>Man</strong> City aim to break new ground by beating Barca

Man City aim to break new ground by beating Barca

23 Feb 2015

London: Manchester City have been on a steep learning curve in the Champions League but Tuesday's last 16 first-leg clash with four-times European kings Barcelona offers a chance to show they are now serious contenders.

Manchester City,   Champions League football,   Barcelona ,  
BJP, SP trying to befool common <strong>man</strong>: BSP

BJP, SP trying to befool common man: BSP

22 Feb 2015

Muzaffarnagar: The BSP has said the presence of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other BJP leaders at the pre-wedding ceremony of SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav's grandnephew and RJD chief Lalu Yadav's daughter that both parties are in collusion and trying to "befool the common man".

BSP,   Narendra Modi,   SP supremo,   Mulayam Singh Yadav,   RJD chief,   Lalu Yadav,  

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