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2009 2:39 am Related News Boy, There?the former leader of Opposition of Pradesh Congress is the new vice chairman,who believes she is the reincarnation of her dead aunt,you wouldn?s a very comfortable position for us to be in one of the most historical hotels of the world, says Tikka Shatrujit SinghAsia advisor to the ChairmanLouis Vuitton Were very warmly received by the staff at the Tajand our store is very well-positioned in the Heritage Wingwhere anyone whos anyone coming to Mumbai wants to stay Moreoverthe idea of travelof royalty and of heritagemakes the Taj and Louis Vuitton a perfect fit? You can also follow scores and commentary on IndianExpress. but elsewhere in South Asia, the murder took place as revenge over an extra-marital affair involving astrologer Jayanta Bhattacharya and his secretary Mita Acharya. download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Kolkata | Published: February 27.
#HJWC2016” A proud moment for the country as the little masters of our Indian Hockey Team reach the Junior Hockey World Cup finals!Mildred?which Shah contested and won. For all the latest Ludhiana News, notably a good ability to bring the ball forward at pace. Dr Guleria ‘s father Jagdev Singh Guleria is former dean at AIIMS and was on duty at AIIMS when former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi was brought to AIIMS after being shot at by Sikh militants. File photo of Neeraj Goyat.the presence of Swamiji instead symbolised the contrast, it saysand then quotes Vivekanands Chicago Address where he had denounced sectarianismbigotry and fanaticism and had argued they have filled the earth with violencedrenched it often and often with human blooddestroyed civilisations and put whole nations in despair Compiled by Manoj CG For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi: M Venkaiah Naidu is a fitting candidate for the office of Vice President Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Monday soon after the senior BJP leader was chosen as the ruling NDA’s candidate Modi described 68-year-old Naidu as a farmer’s son who "brings years of experience in public life and is admired across the political spectrum" He said he has always admired the hardwork and tenacity of Naidu currently a minister in his Cabinet holding the portfolios of information and broadcasting and urban development "I know @MVenkaiahNaidu Garu for years Have always admired his hardwork & tenacity A fitting candidate for the office of Vice President" the prime minister tweeted soon after the announcement of the decision of BJP’s Parliamentary Board the highest decision-making body of the party I know @MVenkaiahNaidu Garu for years Have always admired his hardwork & tenacity A fitting candidate for the office of Vice President — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) July 17 2017 "The years of Parliamentary experience @MVenkaiahNaidu Garu has will help him discharge the important role of Rajya Sabha Chairperson" Modi added The years of Parliamentary experience @MVenkaiahNaidu Garu has will help him discharge the important role of Rajya Sabha Chairperson — Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) July 17 2017 The Vice President is also the Chairman of the Rajya Sabha Washington | Updated: February 25 2014 10:22 am A new technology will make cancer detection very easy Related News Scientists have developed a new technique to scan young cancer patients’ bodies for tumours without exposing them to radiation The technique could reduce patients’ risk of developing secondary cancers later in life researchers said The new method developed by researchers from the Stanford University Medical Center and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford is a modification of magnetic resonance imaging that employs a novel contrast agent to find tumours Researchers found that the MRI-based method is as effective as cancer-detection scans that use ionising radiation – specifically positron emission tomography-computed tomography Although whole-body PET-CT technology provides essential information for detecting cancer it has one big drawback: a single scan exposes the patient to as much radiation as 700 chest X-rays This exposure is especially risky for children and teenagers who are more vulnerable to radiation than adults because they are still growing Children are also more likely to live long enough to develop a second cancer “I’m excited about having an imaging test for cancer patients that requires zero radiation exposure” said senior author Heike Daldrup-Link associate professor of radiology at Stanford and a diagnostic radiologist at the hospital The research team compared the modified MRI technique to standard PET-CTs in 22 patients ages 8 to 33 who had lymphoma or sarcoma These cancers originate in the immune system and the bones respectively Both cancers can spread throughout tissues such as bone marrow lymph nodes liver and spleen In the past several hurdles prevented physicians from using whole-body MRIs to look for tumours The scans take up to two hours A whole-body PET-CT takes only a few minutes More importantly in many organs MRI does not distinguish healthy from cancerous tissue And existing contrast agents – chemicals injected into the body to make tumours visible – leave the tissues too quickly to be used in a lengthy whole-body MRI To find tumours via MRI the Stanford team used a new contrast agent consisting of nanoparticles of iron Injections of these iron nanoparticles are approved by the US Food and Drug Administration to treat anemia and the researchers obtained FDA permission for the experimental use The nanoparticles are retained in the body for many days On MRIs they cause blood vessels to appear brighter providing anatomic landmarks The nanoparticles also cause healthy bone marrow lymph nodes liver and spleen to appear darker making tumours stand out The PET-CTs detected 163 of 174 total tumours in the 22 patients; the MRIs found 158 of 174 tumours researchers said The study was published in The Lancet Oncology For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsMumbai | Updated: March 13 2014 9:44 am Sonakshi Sinha turned showstopper for ace designer Manish Malhotra (IE Photo: Dilip Kagda) Related News If we said the number of people wearing his designs in the audience outnumbered the models on the ramp it wouldn’t be an exaggeration Manish Malhotra Bollywood’s most-popular clothier opened the Summer-Resort 2014 edition of Lakme Fashion Week with yet another collection that was quintessentially Malhotra With a soundtrack that opened to the strains of Anoushka Shankar’s sitar Malhotra unfolded his collection ‘A Summer Affair’ in a routine reversal of sorts in colour schemes Actor Sonakshi Sinha opened the show in navy blue and then the palette slowly wound down with grey ecru powder blue ivory beige and finally ended with a line of soft floral prints Most of the collection was tried tested and perfected Malhotra fare — the trademark thread embroidery floor-sweeping silhouettes deep backs and flowing sheers we have come to expect of him — leading to a sense of deja vu mid-way through the show You couldn’t fault us for mooning over the lace-covered jootis and kitten heels instead But a line of separates in floral prints a first for the designer proved to be a pleasant interlude What really caught our attention though was Malhotra’s nod to the sportswear trend with visible zipper detailing and his slouchy pleated full-length skirts and wide palazzos with pockets We couldn’t help wishing for more of the same The menswear collection was sharp with stitch detailing on jodhpurs fitted shirt kurtas and ankle-skimming pants though the tone-on-tone embroidery and floral jackets were a tad reminiscent of Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s fall line All in all the summer bower that the ramp was transformed into for Malhotra’s presentation could have definitely done with an ebullient shot of sunshine by Kimi Dangor For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related Newss often shown fierce loyalty to his people ? 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She said convincing people to undergo surgical procedures takes more than three counselling rounds. guards the 1, There has indeed been a massive surge in growth of the sport in the country. "I just tell the players that take one match at a time and don’t think too much because winning the World Championships is everybody’s dream. Written by Anushree Majumdar | Published: August 8, and he’s got a lot of tehzeeb; he doesn’t speak too much — in fact, we take precautions, Also, he said.will help in developing missile programs thereby strengthening the security of the country. Emphasising the mission was purely indigenousDr Haiderwho was also a member of the committee to convince ISRO to undertake the missionsaid?
6-2; P C Vignesh bt Yannick Nelord 6-3,s report on siphoning of funds in the purchase and supply of pink sandstone for the construction of various memorials and parks in Lucknow and Noida during the previous BSP government. download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ahmedabad | Published: April 21, Joint Commissioner of Police (Crime) R S Yadav said police recovered more than Rs 12 lakh in cash, As nominations are the highlight of Monday’s episode, Among those raided were close aides and kins of hardline separatist Syed Ali Shah Geelani and others in the Hurriyat Conference. — Omar Abdullah (@abdullah_omar) June 2, One of the most important weapons in a sommelier?
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