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<strong>Young</strong> heart can heal itself faster

Young heart can heal itself faster

31 Oct 2014

Washington: The heart holds its own pool of immune cells capable of helping it to heal after injury, finds research, adding that the harmful immune cells from the bone marrow disrupts this process in adults.

Young heart,   immune cells,   bone marrow,   macrophages,   heart,   embryonic heart,  
Jitan Ram Manjhi denies 'differences' with Nitish Kumar

Jitan Ram Manjhi denies 'differences' with Nitish Kumar

31 Oct 2014

Patna/Gaya: Amid reports of growing distance between Jitan Ram Manjhi and Nitish Kumar, the Bihar Chief Minister on Friday dismissed claims that he had any "difference" with his predecessor and blamed media for "triggering a controversy through wrong portrayal".

Jitan Ram Manjhi,   differences,   Nitish Kumar,   politics,   political leaders,   BJP,   JD(U),  
<strong>Leaders</strong> pay tribute to Indira Gandhi on death anniversary

Leaders pay tribute to Indira Gandhi on death anniversary

31 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The nation on Friday remembered former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi on her 30th death anniversary with President Pranab Mukherjee, Vice President Hamid Ansari and other leaders paying tributes to her.

Leaders pay tribute,   Indira Gandhi,   death anniversary,   Sonia Gandhi,   Rahul Gandhi,  
On my day, I can beat anyone: Lahiri ahead of World C'ships

On my day, I can beat anyone: Lahiri ahead of World C'ships

31 Oct 2014

Shanghai: All set to make his debut in the prestigious WGC-HSBC Champions next week after a stellar run this season, in-form Indian golfer Anriban Lahiri on Friday said the values he grew up with have played a huge role in his meteoric rise.

WGC-HSBC Champions,   Indian golfer,   Anriban Lahiri ,  
PIA took 34 <strong>Indian</strong> passengers to Pakistan hotel without visa: FIA

PIA took 34 Indian passengers to Pakistan hotel without visa: FIA

31 Oct 2014

Islamabad: Pakistan's national carrier PIA allegedly took 34 Indian transit passengers to a hotel in Lahore to stay for a night though they did not have a Pakistani visa, prompting authorities to launch a probe.

Pakistan International Airlines,   PIA,   Islamabad,   Indian passengers,   Pakistan hotel,   Lahore hotel,   Pakistani visa,   Federal Investigation Agency,   FIA,  
China to construct new rail line in Tibet

China to construct new rail line in Tibet

31 Oct 2014

Beijing: China on Friday approved construction of a new strategically important high altitude railway line in Tibet costing about USD six billion that would come close to the Indian border in Arunachal Pradesh.

China,   China rail line,   Rail line construction,   Railway line,   Tibet,   Indian border,   Arunachal Pradesh,  
Sri Lanka downplays India's concerns on fishermen death sentences

Sri Lanka downplays India's concerns on fishermen death sentences

31 Oct 2014

Colombo: Sri Lanka on Friday downplayed India's concerns over the death sentences handed down to five Indian fishermen for alleged drug trafficking, saying India is "clearly aware" of legal systems here.

Sri Lanka,   India,   Death sentence,   Indian fishermen,   Drug trafficking,  
Scores of <strong>Indian</strong>-Americans celebrate Chhath Pooja in US

Scores of Indian-Americans celebrate Chhath Pooja in US

31 Oct 2014

Washington: Scores of Indian-Americans, some even driving a few hundred miles, gathered on the banks of the historic Potomac river in the suburb of the US capital here and celebrated the ancient Hindu festival of Chhath.

Chhath,   Chhath Pooja,   Chhath festival,   Chhath in US,   Potomac river,   Washington,   ,  
Delhi Dynamos look for first away win against FC Goa

Delhi Dynamos look for first away win against FC Goa

31 Oct 2014

Margao: Having remained unbeaten so far, Delhi Dynamos will be looking to post their first away victory when they lock horns with winless FC Goa in the Indian Super League at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Fatorda here on Saturday.

Delhi Dynamos,   FC Goa,   Indian Super League,   ISL,   Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium,  
Case against 5 <strong>Indian</strong> fishermen foisted, says Karunanidhi

Case against 5 Indian fishermen foisted, says Karunanidhi

31 Oct 2014

Chennai: Holding that the narcotics case against five Indian fishermen sentenced to death by a Sri Lankan court for drug trafficking was a "foisted" one, Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) president M Karunanidhi on Friday urged the Centre to take up the matter with Colombo to the pave way for their release.

Sri Lanka,   Karunanidhi,   fishermen,   Indian fishermen,   Indian fishermen narcotics case,   drug case,   DMK,   Colombo,   fishermen release,   DMK president,   Tamil Nadu,  

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