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Could Dried Blood Samples Be Cheaper and Better Biomarkers for Disease Diagnosis and Treatment?
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Could Dried Blood Samples Be Cheaper and Better Biomarkers for...

by Madhumathi Palaniappan on May 24, 2017 at 5:55 PM Health Watch Highlights: Treatment for diseases could often fail due to late diagnosis. Dried blood samples could be cheaper and better than traditional methods for easy diagnosis and treatment of diseases. Med India, 5 days ago

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Girls from DPS share top honours in Commerce

Aishwarya Ramasami, a student of the Commerce stream in Delhi Public School (South), was expecting to score around 90% but she outdid her expectations and secured 97.4% in the CBSE class 12 exams. On her future path, she said, "I was always inclined towards ...
 Deccan Herald17 hours ago

Skewed sex ratio spells danger for rhinos in India’s Gorumara National Park

The park recently came into the spotlight after two the bodies of two rhinos were discovered in April — one male, one too badly decomposed to be identified. The deaths came as a shock and were the first known cases of poaching since October 2014.
 catchnews.com6 days ago
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UP govt recommends CBI probe in IAS officer's death

IMAGE: Family members of Karnataka cadre IAS officer Anurag Tiwari, who was found dead under mysterious conditions, after meeting with Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in Lucknow. Photograph: Nand Kumar/PTI Photo A Central Bureau of Investigation probe was on Monday recommended by the Uttar Pradesh government into the death of Indian Administrative Services officer Anurag Tiwari after his family told Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath that they suspected foul play as he was ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago
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This South Pacific island of rubbish shows why we need to quit our plastic habit

A remote South Pacific island has the highest density of plastic debris reported anywhere on the planet, our new study has found. Our study, published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences , estimated that more than 17 tonnes of ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
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Money that went abroad illegally in 2007 = Estimated cost of linking India’s rivers

About Rs 5.3 lakh crore (at the current exchange rate of Rs 64/US dollar) flowed out of India illegaly in 2007, a government-commissioned report on black money has revealed. The amount is 5% less than the water resources ministry’s estimates (Rs 5.6 lakh ...
 Sify1 week ago
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Mother Ganga is again calling PM Modi!

The Ganga in Varanasi is again calling Prime Minister Narendra Modi to change his slogan from Clean Ganga to Save Ganga. Modi announced "Ma (mother) Ganga has called me" before he filed his nomination papers as the Bharatiya Janata Party ( BJP) candidate from ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
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Who made North Korea a nuclear power: Dr A Q Khan or Pakistan?

North Korea is in the news again. It is threatening South Korea, the United States and the entire world with its nuclear and missile arsenal. Most in the world are not much worried. They consider it as a regular bluff by the North Korean dictator. But one ...
 Sify1 week ago

The Heroin Business Is Booming in America

On a drizzly May afternoon, a man in gray sweatpants and a black Bengals hoodie sold a half-gram of heroin for $70 inside a dingy market on the west side of Cincinnati. The buyer was a plainclothes police officer; the seller was promptly handcuffed. The bust ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago

Even your phone's fingerprint sensor isn't safe!

Three Indian-American researchers have shown that the fingerprint-based security systems used in smartphones and other gadgets are way more vulnerable to hacking than we imagined.Monali Sarkar reports. IMAGE: With digitally simulated MasterPrints -- depending on how many partial fingerprint impressions were stored for each user and assuming a maximum number of five attempts per authentication -- the study 'successfully matched between 26 and 65 percent of users'!   There is nothing quite ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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