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Feed Future India-US Program to be Launched on Monday

A new Agriculture Partnership between US and India to achieve Ever Green Revolution to address Global Food Security that was announced during the State visit of US President Mr. Barak Obama to India in November 2010, has finally took its shape for launch onMonday, July 25, 2016. The Triangular Cooperation to address Food Security Challenges in Africa. This pilot stage ...

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US Survival Rate of Heart attacks 6% if Occurring Outside of Hospital

Cardiac arrest strikes almost 600,000 people each year in the United States, killing majority of them because it occurred outside of hospital, said  a new report from the Institute of Medicine. Wide disparities of survival rates exist across the US, but benchmark communities demonstrate that saving more lives is possible, especially with bystander use of CPR and automated external defibrillators, ...

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Meet Jessica Meir of NASA, Longing to Land on Mars

Jessica U. Meir of Caribou, Maine has been undergoing rigorous training as a member of NASA’s 2013 Astronaut Candidate Class and few years short of her childhood dream to go to space. If she completes her training successfully, she would be on Orion spacecraft to go to Mars in 2022. A graduate from Brown University, post-graduate from the International Space ...

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Time to Scrap IAS ?

D.K. Ravi Kumar’s death, purportedly by committing suicide, is a telling reason why the higher echelons of the country should overhaul the Indian Administrative Service or Indian Police Service, as they cannot ensure their independence and safety any more. The hype around the IAS was created on the lines of ICS that was reminiscent of the colonial masters’ tool to ...

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How Elderly People Can Prevent Fall, Improve Balance?

The elderly people often lose their balance while walking and in sudden movements but now a study suggests that they can improve their balance and prevent falls with a simple training exercise of catching a weighted medicine ball. Losing balance is common among the people as they age, and the anticipatory postural control or the ability to ready themselves to ...

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