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ITE HCMC 2018: The Definitive Global Travel Event Not To Be Missed!

New Delhi August 4  ITE HCMC will be held September 6 – 8 at the Saigon Exhibition & Convention Center. Visitors and buyers will be spoilt for choice with a wide array of travel destinations and options from the exhibitors, which include the Department of Tourism for various Vietnamese provinces, National…

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Accountable & adventurous

New Delhi August 04  Indians are exasperated with corruption and exhausted by poverty. But therein lies the tension: Ending poverty needs a more adventurous state while ending corruption needs a more accountable one. India has been stuck in a low-level equilibrium of low productivity whose destruction needs more risk…

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Chandigarh education department revokes termination notices of three teachers

Chandigarh August 4 AFTER A month of protests and numerous representations by teachers’ bodies to the education secretary as well as local politicians, the UT education department has revoked the termination notices of three teachers, cancelled the termination of a contract teacher and reinstated two suspended school heads on Friday…

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India third Asian nation to get STA-1 status from US

New Delhi August 4  India has become the third Asian country after Japan and South Korea to get the Strategic Trade Authorization-1 (STA-1) status after the US issued a federal notification to this effect, paving the way for high-technology product sales to New Delhi, particularly in civil…

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Aurangabad hosts workshop on combating fake news

Aurangabad (Maharashtra) [India], August 4 : With rumours on various social media platforms triggering lynching incidents in several parts of India, the local authorities on Friday conducted a workshop titled ‘How to Avoid Fake News’ for journalists residing in the region.
The workshop was conducted by the District Information Office, District…

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Imbalance in pH levels may cause Alzheimer’s disease

Washington DC, [USA] Aug 04 : Imbalance in pH value may be a cause of Alzheimer’s disease, a study has found.
A study conducted by Johns Hopkins Medicine scientists have found new evidence in lab-grown mouse brain cells, called astrocytes, that one root of Alzheimer’s disease may be…

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Priyanka’s ‘Quantico’ journey comes to an end

New Delhi [India], Aug 4 : Priyanka Chopra has finally ended her journey as Alex Parish- the character from American TV series ‘Quantico’ that brought her fame globally.
The 35-year-old actress took to her Twitter handle to share her thoughts about the journey for three-long-seasons and said…

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Transgenders more prone to heart disease risk, finds study

Washington D.C. [USA], Aug 4 : According to a research, transgender individuals could be at higher risk for heart disease.
This increased risk may be due to the hormone therapy that transgender patients take for masculinisation or feminisation.
“Many transgender patients take either testosterone or estrogen for masculinization or feminization…

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Edgbaston Test: Eng set India 194 target; visitors at 110/5

Birmingham [India], Aug 04

: India bowled England out for 180 on the third day of the ongoing first Test match in Edgbaston Cricket Ground, and followed up with scoring 110 runs for the loss of five wickets to leave them 84 runs away from a historic win.
England started the…

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Meghalaya hosts show to strengthen trade ties with ASEAN countries

Shillong (Meghalaya) [India], Aug 4: Meghalaya recently hosted fifth act east business show to strengthen business ties between ASEAN countries northeastern states.
The show was organised by the Indian chamber of commerce in association with Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region (MDoNER). The show witnessed active participation of delegates…

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