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Personal information data breach looms large in India: Verizon

Lack of strong data protection and privacy legislations makes India highly vulnerable to data breaches related to personal information, according to digital network solut ...

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Dancing can Help People Age Better

Taking dance classes can boost energy levels, flexibility and happiness in older adults and help them age better, a study has found. Resea ...

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Peter Gruenberg, Nobel Winner & Father of Computer Tech dies at 78

German physicist Peter Gruenberg, a joint Nobel Prize winner whose work revolutionised digital data storage, has died aged 78, his research centre said recently. ...

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AIIMS professor Balram Bhargava appointed DG of ICMR

AIIMS professor Balram Bhargava was today appointed the Director General of Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) and Secretary of the Department of Health Research. Bharagava, a ...

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Flat math and reading results in national report card

Fourth graders made no improvements in math or reading, while eighth graders scores were flat in math and only slightly improved in read ...

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NASA's new Mars lander set to launch next month

NASA is launching a new spacecraft to Mars, that will study the deep interior of the red planet to learn how all rocky planets and their ...

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UK boarding school to allow boys to wear skirts

A leading privately run boarding school in the UK will allow boys who wish to wear a skirt to make it a uniform choice. Uppingham School at Rutland in the ...

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100 injured in major student protests in Bangladesh

Thousands of students across Bangladesh staged protests and sit-ins today after clashes at the country's top university left at least 100 people injured. P ...

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Students, teachers rush back to class in IS-free east Syria

Her name means dreams in Arabic and school teacher Ahlam is finally realising hers returning to her beloved classroom after years of jihadist rule over h ...

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Sexual harassment in science labs under microscope

With few women scientists and even fewer in positions of leadership, the glass ceiling stretches strong and powerfully over India's laboratories and research institutions ...