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Stamped for posterity

Anirban Dutta's The Tale Of Stamps reflects the glorious history of the Indian postal system Did you know that the first country to carry mail by air officially was India and that too in 1911? Or that Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore wrote nearly ... The Hindu, 1 day ago

A test for bacteria can help check preterm, still births

Nagpur: If every pregnant woman is made to go through GBS (Group B Streptococcus) test, then it can help reduce almost 50% of preterm and stillbirths in the country. However, within the city, most of the obstetricians are not even aware of this ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Salary delay finger at SDO

Burdwan, Sept. 10: Teachers at a Burdwan college have alleged that a subdivisional officer has been delaying their salaries for the past four months because he is not satisfied with the institution's performance in spreading awareness about the ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago
Afternoon Despatch & Courier

Researchers ascertain reason for premature births

A collaborative study between BARC, NIRRH and IIT Bombay says bacterial vesicles to be blamed Preterm delivery (birth of a baby well before the expected due date), is the single largest cause of death among neonates and young children. Every ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier2 weeks ago Bacterial surface vesicles can means preterm birth  HealthMediciNet.com3 weeks ago Bacterial membrane vesicles can cause preterm birth  EurekAlert!3 weeks ago

Bacterial infection to blame for premature deliveries, stillbirths

Group B Streptococcus, found in 20 to 30 percent of women, produces vesicles which move to the uterus. A new study has linked premature deliveries and stillbirths to a bacterial infection found in a pregnant woman's vagina or rectum. According ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Indian scientists unlock preterm birth mystery

Researchers find that GBS bacteria produce small balloons called membrane vesicles with toxins that kill both foetal and maternal cells. Indian researchers have made a major discovery by understanding the mechanisms by which preterm births ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
Assam Tribune

Abhiruchi Sports Day celebrated

Sports reporter Olympian Dutee Chand along with Arjuna awardee Bhogeswar Baruah flagging off the mass jogging organised on the occasion of the Abhiruchi Sports day in Guwahati on Saturday. Photo: Samarendra Sarma GUWAHATI, Sept 3 - A good number ...
 Assam Tribune3 weeks ago Olympian Dutee to lead Abhiruchi jogging  Assam Tribune3 weeks ago

Strains to build dreams on

Sangeet Piyasi celebrated the 25th year of its gloriously melodic existence with a grand four-day music festival at Rabindra Sadan (11-14 August). All the days were dedicated to legends like Subodh Ganguly (lyricist-composer and founder of Bangiya ...
 The Statesman3 weeks ago

Bacterial weaponry that causes stillbirth revealed

BAD BUDDIES Toxic balloons bud from Strep B. A new study in pregnant mice shows these fluid-filled sacs can cause inflammation, premature delivery and stillbirth. M.V. Surve et al/PLOS Pathogens 2016 In pregnant women, a normally benign ...
 Science News Online3 weeks ago

CS Sept 2016 master node

Forname Surname Company Name Distinction in James Agar British Gas Oluwaseun Akinbode American Express Europe Ilias Angelidis PricewaterhouseCoopers Andrada Anghelescu Ernst & Young Priyanka Arora KPMG Rivka Attal Visa ...
 Association of Corporate Treasurers3 weeks ago Celebrating Success 1026 - Test  Association of Corporate Treasurers1 month ago
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