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Training for marathon can strain the heart without causing permanent damage
Experienced runners, who push their heart limits during training and marathons, do not show evidence of cardiac risk.
Dissent erupts at Facebook over hands-off stance on political ads
Many employees have been discussing Zuckerberg’s decision to let politician...
Anshula Kant appointed MD, CFO of World Bank Group
Indian banker Anshula Kant was on Friday appointed as the World Bank Group's Managing Dire...
SBI's Anshula Kant appointed MD and CFO of World Bank
Kant is a graduate in Economic Honours from Lady Shri Ram College for Women and a Post-Graduate in Economics from Delhi School of Economics.
Man vs machine: Google's new AI system better at detecting lung cancer than humans
Deep learning was able to detect malignant lung nodules on low-dose chest computed tomography scans.
'Modicare' significant step towards universal health coverage in India: US think tank
Based on the analysis of the first year of Pradhan Mantri - Jan Arogya Yojana (PM-JAY), the US think tank asserted that the overall effort has been positive.
2019 ozone hole is the smallest on record: NASA
The annual ozone hole reached its peak extent of 16.4 million square kilometers on September 8, and then shrank to less than 10 million square kilometers for the remainder of September and October, NASA said in a statement.
Harry Potter-inspired moving photo frames will add charm to your living room
A new tool can make a person from a 2D image run, walk or jump out of the frame.
Barriers in trade have fallen due to NDA govt's reforms: US corporate body
"India remains a complex place to do business, but with reforms instituted by the Modi government, barriers have fallen and many processes have been simplified.
After Twitter 'kerfuffle', Tharoor sets record straight with footage from Nehru's US visits
It may have just been a "kerfuffle", as the wordsmith politician put it, but one that clearly needed some recall from history.
US blacklists 5 Chinese groups working in supercomputing
The Commerce Department called their activities "contrary to the national security and foreign policy interests of the United States."
NASA funds programme to produce videos to teach Hindi through Indian scientific innovations
The programme is supplemented by funding from Chaudhary's New Jersey-based foundation Educators' Society for Heritage of India.
Trade talks between India, US to conclude soon: Nirmala Sitharaman
Trade tensions between India and the US have been rising with President Trump, championing his 'America First' policy, complaining that tariffs imposed by India on American products were "no longer acceptable" to his country.
Fake news last for longer than you realise, may become a part of memories
Most people remember made-up events for a long period of time.
'Novel material may help develop future quantum computers'
Through a series of experiments, Yufan Li and colleagues found that thin films of beta-Bi2Pd have the special properties necessary for the future of quantum computing.
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