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March 13, 2018, Tuesday | Opinion
Food inspectors, regulators and even health-conscious consumers would soon be in a position to find out if the fish available in the market is free of contaminants
May 25, 2017, Thursday | Current Affairs
Excess body fat can change hormones and insulin levels leading to increased cancer risk
May 28, 2016, Saturday | Current Affairs
Interview with former dean and professor of oncology at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences
November 27, 2007, Tuesday | Economy & Policy
Villagers in many parts of Jharkhand have been struck by Silicosis.
October 31, 2016, Monday | Current Affairs
A fast neutron reactor is a type in which the nuclear fission chain reaction is sustained by fast neutrons
July 04, 2016, Monday | Opinion
The defence ministry must ensure that HAL builds the aircraft at a rate of 12-16 fighters per year to translate it into a real combat asset
June 18, 2016, Saturday | Current Affairs
An influential panel of experts convened by WHO concluded that regularly drinking coffee could protect against at least two types of cancer
June 15, 2016, Wednesday | International
WTI has fallen 7.5% from last week's 11-month peak and Brent is down 5.5% from its eight-month high
January 12, 2016, Tuesday | Opinion
Several concepts are being studied to develop technologies that could lead to new, less polluting aircraft designs
November 29, 2012, Thursday | Economy & Policy
The first fact-finding mission of the Japan International Co-operation Agency (Jica), which is expected to provide financial assistance to the proposed Kochi metro rail project, arrived at Kochi on Wednesday.
July 01, 2011, Friday | Economy & Policy
Farmers with small holdings (ie, less than 2 hectares) are losing out on accessing agricultural support services such as extension, credit and trading, compared to medium and large farmers. Also, the quality of services as were available ...
November 23, 2010, Tuesday | Economy & Policy
The Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA), an autonomous body under the department of defence research and development, Ministry of Defence, is seeking $2-billion (approximately Rs 9,060 crore) for the development of advanced medium combat aircraft ...
January 04, 2010, Monday | Companies
Global cervical cancer drugs majors Merck and GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) are battling it out in India, which is potentially the world’s largest market for such drugs.
September 09, 2008, Tuesday | Companies
The growth of India’s advertising industry is set to halve to 10 per cent by 2013, according to the latest projections by Media Partners Asia (MPA), a leading international media research
August 14, 2008, Thursday | Economy & Policy
There is convincing evidence that alcoholic drinks are linked to cancers of the mouth, larynx and colon in men and pre and post menopausal cancer in women. In addition, alcoholic drinks are a
April 15, 2008, Tuesday | Companies
New Ventures India(NVI), a joint initiative of the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII)-Sohrabji Godrej Green Business Centre , World Research Institute (WRI), Washington DC and the United States
May 09, 2006, Tuesday | Companies
Trials likely to be over in five years
January 14, 2006, Saturday | Economy & Policy
India today said it would support, a Chinese suggestion for creating an Asian counterpart to the International Energy Agency (IEA) to help major oil importers in the region formulate long-term energy
October 17, 2005, Monday | Companies
Ormax, the country's first standalone qualitative research firm, is eyeing both domestic and international research agencies for acquisition.