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A village near Kota is a termite case

Scientists,officials have failed to come up with a solution as the insect eats away houses,documents,and leaves foodgrains spoiled

Money,heartbreak behind most suicides: Experts

According to NCRB data,more than 1,35,445 suicides occurred in India in 2012.

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Homi Bhabha centre to train Asia-Pacific teachers for astro Olympiad

The Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education (HBCSE) will train teachers from Asia-Pacific countries for the International Olympiad in Astronomy and Astrophysics (IOAA) in a bid to create a large pool of experts.

Talk about cholera,typhoid risks in Japan

Panic over radiation leaks at earthquake-damaged nuclear plant may be diverting attention from potentially worse threats to public health from a tsunami — like the cold,disrupted supplies of water.

Geology helped Chile miners survive for 17 days

Nearly a half-mile below ground where 33 miners have been trapped for almost three weeks,there’s no build-up of toxic or explosive gases and the air has been breathable....

New wave of Swine flu could sicken millions: Experts

experts in Washington warned that a new wave of the deadly virus is ready to explode and could stricken millions.

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LeT has gone intl,can strike anywhere: US expert

Obama administration has been urged to adopt a 'carrot and stick' policy to induce Pakistan to comprehensively eliminate LeT.

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Reaction on Headley’s deposition

Mumbai/Delhi, Feb 08 (ANI): Speaking over the deposition of David Coleman Headley, former Indian Police Service (IPS) officer Yogesh Pratap Singh on Monday said Headley’s statements might be useful for Indian investigating agencies, but not for the investigation being carried out by Pakistan. Echoing similar sentiments, former Intelligence Bureau special director and former chief of the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) AS Dulat said the terror accused will not reveal any new facts over the attacks. Meanwhile, former CBI director Joginder Singh stressed that stricter laws be made instead of blaming the neighbouring country of sheltering terrorists.

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