28 C
Delhi
Thursday, August 16, 2018

Novel nano-implant may help restore sight

New York, March 15 Scientists have developed a high-resolution retinal prosthesis using nanowires and wireless electronics that may aid neurons in the retina to respond to light.

Two-part Ebola vaccine may offer protection for a year

New York, March 15 A two-part Ebola vaccine regimen has been found to offer protection against the deadly disease for about a year in an early human trial.

Probiotics daily? Watch out for impaired memory

Sydney, March 15 Daily dose of probiotics -- live bacteria and yeasts -- well known to be good for the digestive system, may however, be less effective when taken alongside a balanced diet and impair certain aspects of memory, suggests a research.

Sushma walks into Lok Sabha amid thumping of desks

New Delhi, March 15 External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, who on Wednesday made her first appearance in the Lok Sabha after a kidney transplant, walked into the Lok Sabha with the entire house welcoming her with thumping of desks.

Buzzing brain with electricity may boost working memory

London, March 15 Stimulating the brain with electricity may synchronise brain waves and help improve short-term working memory that could improve treatments for people with traumatic brain injury, stroke or epilepsy, a study has found.

Drug used to prevent preterm births not effective Study

New York, March 15 A drug commonly prescribed to pregnant women with a history of delivering premature babies may do more harm than good, says a study.

Baby born in Pakistan has heart outside body

Islamabad, March 15 A baby in Pakistan's Multan city was born with his heart outside his chest, doctors said.

Man practising black magic held for marrying woman fraudulently

Hyderabad, March 14 A Unani medicine practitioner practising black magic has been arrested in Hyderabad on charge of marrying a woman patient through fraud.

Newborn abducted from Kolkata hospital, protestors block road

Kolkata, March 14 A newborn baby was allegedly abducted by an unidentified woman from a government hospital in Kolkata on Tuesday, triggering protests, including a road blockade in the city's heart.

Newborn abducted from Kolkata hospital, protestors block road

Kolkata, March 14 A newborn baby was allegedly abducted by an unidentified woman from a government hospital in Kolkata on Tuesday, triggering protests, including a road blockade in the city's heart.

Featured News

Follow us

306FansLike
28FollowersFollow

Latest news

India Capital Delhi Weather

Delhi
mist
28 ° C
28 °
28 °
83%
2.1kmh
75%
Fri
32 °
Sat
34 °
Sun
33 °
Mon
33 °
Tue
33 °