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Honorary Hopkins degree for Amartya Sen, Suu Kyi

Nobel Laureate and eminent Indian-American economist Amartya Sen will receive an honorary degree from the prestigious Johns Hopkins University.Apart from Sen, five other persons including......

Indian Americans named to digital task force

G Sayeed Choudhury, associate dean of libraries at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland, and Dr Vijay Gurbaxani, senior associate dean, the Paul Merage School of Business, University of......

Madhavi Gavini named a top Davidson Fellow

Madhavi Gavini, 17, a freshman at Johns Hopkins University, was one of the top five winners of the 2007 Davidson Fellowships, established by the Davidson Institute for Talent Development.The......

NRI doctors elected to US Institute of Medicine

Professor Dr Aravinda Chakravarti of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, who is president-elect of the American Society of Human Genetics, and Professor Dr K Ranga Rama Krishnan of the Duke......

Khurana, Malik, 'outstanding young Americans'

Dr Rahul Khurana, a surgeon at the Wilmer Eye Institute at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and Captain Marisha Malik, of Potomac, Maryland, were among the Ten Outstanding Young......

Yash Gupta is Johns Hopkins B-school dean

Yash P Gupta, an innovative educator who has led three prominent business schools, has been appointed the first dean of the prestigious Johns Hopkins University's new Carey Business School. Gupta,......

Apollo, Johns Hopkins plan lab in Hyderabad

Apollo Group Hospitals on Friday announced to have entered into a strategic alliance with Johns Hopkins Medicine International for collaboration in medicine, education, research and setting up a......

Arvind Subramanian likely to be chief economic advisor

Noted economist Arvind Subramanian is favoured as the choice for the government’s Chief Economic Advisor (CEA).  It has been vacant since Raghuram Rajan resigned almost a year before, to......

Apple readies HealthKit rollout

Apple Inc has been discussing how its "HealthKit" service will work with health providers at Mount Sinai, the Cleveland Clinic and Johns Hopkins as well as with Allscripts, a competitor to......

The biggest challenge for BRICS success? Big brother China

Internal discord became evident on Tuesday when the group struggled to overcome a last-minute stalemate in negotiations as China and India vied for the headquarters of the bank.  In two years......

Meet Dev Patel's onscreen wife

'Dev Patel and I hung out together to get to know one another. It’s very important to understand your co-star before you begin a project.' Devika Bhise gets ready for The Man Who Knew......

'Aamir thought Peepli Live! was a big joke'

Anusha Rizvi is a former NDTV producer. In her first feature film Peepli Live -- produced by Aamir Khan, two poor, broken down farmers and brothers (Budhia and Natha) are about to lose their family......

Pix: Bollywood ushers in IPL-3

Bollywood was on hand to usher in the third season of the cricket extravaganza known as the Indian Premier League at a pre-IPL launch party in Mumbai on Thursday. The third season kicks of today.......

IPL auction: The players, their price

As many as 350 leading cricketers from India and abroad will go under the auctioneer's hammer in Bangalore on January 8 and 9 when Indian Premier League franchises bidding for their services in the......

Hopkins makes way for Young in NZ Test squad

New Zealand named uncapped wicketkeeper Reece Young in their 13-man squad for the home Test series against Pakistan. Gareth Hopkins makes way for Young after failing to impress on the Black Caps'......

Seven new faces in Kiwis World Cup squad

New Zealand named seven uncapped players in their 30-man squad for next year's World Cup, as the Black Caps struggle to end a run of 11 straight defeats in one-day internationals.The injection of......

Match stats: 1st Test, Ind vs NZ, Day 4

Statistical highlights from the fourth day's play of the first Test between India and New Zealand in Ahmedabad on Sunday.#Kane Williamson is the second NZ player after Bruce Taylor to post a......

CWG update, Day 1: Sukhen gives India 2nd silver

Hamizan Amirul Ibrahim won the men's 56-kg weightlifting event to claim Malaysia's first gold medal at the Commonwealth Games on Monday.Ibrahim set a new Games mark of 116 kg in the snatch to claim......

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Q. How to reduce Uric acid through proper diet.
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Q. what do you know about Mr. Shriram Abhyankar ... ????
Manoj Joshi:  A. To lose weight decently, follow this simple diet routine, proved to be more effective:', General Motors Weight Loss Diet, a.k.a. The GM Diet* - An...... more

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Q. Uncircumcised men are eight times aslikely to become infected with HIV than circumcisedmen, according to a study of nearly 2,300 men in Indiareleased on Thursday.A researcher at Baltimore's Johns Hopkins UniversitySchool of Medicine suggested that the inner surface ofthe foreskin does not have the same protective layeras the outside, and is potentially more vulnerable toHIV.?
Z:  A. Abhyankar was born in a Maharashtrian Konkanastha Brahmin family. He earned his B.Sc. from Royal Institute of Science in 1951, his A.M. at Harvard...... more

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Q. Who was the only U.S. president to have earned a Ph.D.?
Rajan:  A. well, the very well known fact is, either you have cut the foreskin or Not, if you get in to sexual contact with infected person, you are sure to...... more

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Q. which is the first product to be patented?
Dharamender Nebhnani:  A. It was Thomas Woodrow Wilson, 1856-1924.Twenty-eighth U.S. president; born in Staunton, Va. Son of a Presbyterian minister, he studied at Princeton...... more

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  Web results for Johns Hopkins
Patients Waiting Too Long to See the Doctor? Try 'Just-in-Time' Management Methods, Researchers Urge

Patients Waiting Too Long to See the Doctor? Try 'Just-in-Time' Management Methods, Researchers Urge Using a pain clinic as a testing ground,... ...

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Cancer-Fighting Promise of Combined Immunotherapy-Radiation Treatment

A study in mice implanted with breast and melanoma cancers adds to a growing body of evidence that highly focused radiation can actually help boost... ...

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Cognitive, walking delays may lead to muscle disorder in kids

When walking and cognitive delays occur in concert among kids, the combination may lead to a rare and devastating disorder known as Duchenne... ...

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Delay in Walking can Indicate Muscular Dystrophy in Boys With Cognitive Delays

The first steps of a baby, and its timing, is an important developmental milestone, but a slight delay in walking may not be a cause of concern by... ...

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Poultry firms systematically feed low-dose antibiotics to flocks

By By | Reuters By Brian Grow and P.J. Huffstutter ATLANTA/CHICAGO (Reuters) - Major U.S. poultry firms are administering antibiotics to their... ...

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