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  • West Delhi woman grows record number of roses, enters Limca Book of Records

    New Delhi, Spring came early in a Qutub Vihar residence of West Delhi, wherein a homemaker named Meena Upadhyay bloomed as many as 122 roses in a small cement pot and got herself registered in the Limca Book of Records. 'Meena Upadhyay of New Delhi had a record blooming of roses in April 2018....

  • Influenza viruses belonging to family Orthomyxoviridae

    Kolkata, The influenza viruses are classified into types A, B and C on the basis of their nucleoproteins. Only types A and B cause human disease of any concern. The subtypes of influenza A viruses are determined by envelope glycoproteins possessing either haemagglutinin (HA) or...

  • Strengthening newborn health & prevention of Birth Defects

    Kolkata, Birth defects, also known as congenital anomalies, can be defined as structural or functional abnormalities, including metabolic disorders, which are present from birth. Birth defects can cause spontaneous abortions and stillbirths as well as mortality and lifelong morbidity for...

  • Scientists propose unique nature conservation method

    Moscow: Scientists from Russia's South Ural State University in Chelyabinsk and Spain's University of Oviedo have developed photo-catalysts for decomposing harmful synthetic compounds, including dyes, petrochemical derivatives and phenol, and turning them into carbon dioxide and water. The...

  • 76 pc of working women make their own financial decisions, says survey

    Mumbai/New Delhi: A little over 76 per cent of women make their own investment decisions, according to a survey taken up on the occasion of International Women's Day. However, 59 per cent of self-employed women rely more often on their spouses for financial guidance compared to 48 per cent...

  • IIT Roorkee installs sanitary pad vending machines

    Roorkee, IIT Roorkee here on Thursday install sanitary pad vending machines in their premises, as a part of its social initiative HASI (Health and Sanitation Initiation). The initiative is a part of IIT Roorkee Cognizance, an annual tech fest of IIT Roorkee. Cognizance 2019 Overall...

  • Strengthening newborn health & prevention of Birth Defects

    Kolkata: Birth defects, also known as congenital anomalies, can be defined as structural or functional abnormalities, including metabolic disorders, which are present from birth. Birth defects can cause spontaneous abortions and stillbirths as well as mortality and lifelong morbidity for...

  • India's e-waste to touch 5.2 MMT by 2020: Study

    Kolkata, India's production of e-waste is likely to increase by 5.2 MMT per annum by 2020 from 2 MMT in 2016 due to buoyant economic growth and changing consumption patterns, according to ASSOCHAM-EY joint study.The factors that led to a growth of e-waste are digital transformation, Social and...

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