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Importance of studying history of quakes stressed
The Assam Tribune

Importance of studying history of quakes stressed

GUWAHATI, Jan 21 - Noted earthquake engineering expert Dr Sarada Sarma of the Imperial College, London has laid stress on studying the history of earthquakes for designing earthquake-resistant structures in the earthquake-vulnerable areas.His attention was ... The Assam Tribune, 4 weeks ago

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Imperial College London's female rugby players were humiliated by sexist behaviour, inquiry finds

Dr Alison Phipps from the Centre for Gender Studies at the University of Sussex was appointed by Imperial College to carry out a review of its “institutional culture and its impact on gender equality”.
 The Telegraph UK2 months ago

Modi must heed Indian economists, not only NRI ones

'The time has come to incorporate Indian sociology into economic policy.''The first step in that direction would be to listen to economists trained in India and not just the US and the UK, argues T C A Srinivasa-Raghavan. IMAGE: Dr Arvind Panagariya, the Columbia University economist who is now vice-chairman, Niti Aayog, second from right, with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the chief ministers of Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Sikkim after they presented their interim ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago

Poverty may up death risk more than obesity, alcohol: study

People with low socioeconomic status may have a reduced life expectancy of 2.1 years, worse than obesity or high alcohol consumption, a new study published in The Lancet journal has warned. Scientists found that poverty and poor education are linked to ill ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago

'Breath test may help detect stomach, oesophageal cancers'

A new non-invasive test that measures the levels of five chemicals in the breath may help detect stomach and oesophageal cancers, according to a large patient trial. Together, stomach and oesophageal cancer account for around 1.4 million new cancer diagnoses ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

'Romantic' hormone may help treat psycho-sexual disorders

Injecting kisspeptin, a naturally occurring hormone inside the body, may help treat some psychosexual disorders that commonly occur in patients with infertility, researchers including an Indian-origin, suggest. Researchers at Imperial College London in the UK ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

Oxford faces trial over Indian student's bad teaching lawsuit

Oxford University has been directed to face trial after an Indian-origin student sued the varsity for "hopelessly bad" and "boring" teaching which allegedly resulted in him getting a second class degree and in turn led to loss of earnings in his career as a ...
 Business Standard4 weeks ago Indian-origin student sues Oxford varsity for boring teaching  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Quick urine test to detect how healthy your diet is

Scientists have developed a new urine test that can measure how healthy a person's diet is in just five-minute and could be used in weight loss programmes to monitor food intake. The test measures biological markers in urine created by the breakdown of foods ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Speed of photosynthesis determined

Using ultrafast imaging to capture moving energy during photosynthesis, scientists have determined the speed of the crucial process for the first time. The study by researchers at Imperial College London in the UK may help understand how nature has ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Did Najeeb Jung resign because BJP wanted him to go all out against Kejriwal?

On 11 January 2013, Najeeb Jung, then vice chancellor of Jamia Millia Islamia, was one of the main guests at a function in which President Pranab Mukherjee released a stamp commemorating the Silk Letter Movement or Reshmi Rumal Tehrik. The movement - in which ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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