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Hitachi appoints first Indian as country MD

An alumnus of St Stephen's College, Delhi, his professional career began in the early 1990s. He completed a Master's degree in international affairs from Columbia University during 1996-98. And an MBA..
Rediff.com

Where would Apple, IBM be if not for talent from across globe: RBI Governor Urjit Patel

Cautioning against protectionism, RBI Governor Urjit Patel has said where would giant American corporations like Apple, Cisco and IBM be if they had not sourced the best products and talent from across..
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News video: New Discovery In Depression

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Researchers have located a gene that holds important brain cells in mice from crossing their wires. This finding provides a potential link between brain wiring and mood disorders like depression. mice..
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News video: Questions Continue In Death Of Judge Found In Hudson River

Questions Continue In Death Of Judge Found In Hudson River 00:43

Judge Sheila Abdus-Salaam was the first black woman to serve on New York's highest court. Six days before she was expected to speak at an alumni gathering at Columbia Law School her body was found..
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News video: Mystery Surrounds The Death Of A Prominent New York Judge

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The mysterious death of a prominent New York judge remains unsolved as an investigation continues after her body was found floating in the Hudson. On April 12, just six days before Sheila Abdus..
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News video: Neuroscientist stumbles on possible breakthrough drug for depression

Neuroscientist stumbles on possible breakthrough drug for depression 02:08

Rebecca Brachman, a neuroscientist at Columbia University, is working on a drug that would be designed to prevent, not just treat, depression and PTSD symptoms.
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News video: Samantha Power Is Writing A Memoir

Samantha Power Is Writing A Memoir 00:39

NEW YORK (AP) — Former U.S. Ambassador Samantha Power is writing a memoir about her transition from Pulitzer Prize-winning critic of foreign policy to a leading government official. A release date..
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Oil market supply and demand nearing rebalancing - Saudi Aramco CEO

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The oil market is getting closer to rebalancing supply and demand conditions, Saudi Aramco chief executive Amin Nasser said at the Columbia University Energy Summit on Friday.
Sify

Tribute to the Father of Indian Constitution: All you need to know about Babasaheb Ambedkar

April 14 is commemorated as the birth Anniversary of Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, the architect of Indian constitution.   Born into a family of Mahars, a low-caste in India, he was the first man to..
DNA

14,000 Second World War dog tags found buried in Britain

*London:* A relic hunter has found more than 14,000 dog tags buried in Britain, of soldiers who fought and died during the Normandy landings, a media report said. Dan Mackay, 37, uncovered the hoard of..
Mid-Day

Goldstein is founding dean of Jindal School of Journalism

Tom Goldstein, an American journalism educator, administrator and author, was appointed as the founding dean of the Jindal School of Journalism & Communication of the O P Jindal Global University on..
Deccan Herald

Gastric medications may up risk for bacterial infection

gastric medications may up risk for bacterial infection
*New York*: People using gastric acid suppression medications may be at a higher risk of bacterium infection that can cause diseases ranging from diarrhoea to life-threatening colon inflammation,..
Mid-Day

International Government Communication Forum 2017 Convenes in Sharjah

international government communication forum 2017 convenes in sharjah
*Business Wire India*The sixth International Government Communication Forum (IGCF 2017) concluded its first day of constructive dialogue, debate and engagement at the Expo Centre Sharjah, on a..
Business Wire India

Demonetization: Amartya Sen and his friends stand 'humiliated' and 'exposed', says Jagdish Bhagwati

Globally acclaimed economist Jagdish Bhagwati today said demonetization will promote growth while Amartya Sen and other experts who denounced it stand "humiliated and exposed". "On the effects of..
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New way to revive damaged donor organs may save lives

Researchers from the Columbia University in the US used a cross-circulation platform that maintained the viability and function of the donor lung and the stability of the recipient over 36 to 56 hours.
DNA

Scientists discover algorithm to store full computer OS, movie, gift card and more on a DNA

At a time when humans are generating more data than hard drives, scientists have demonstrated that a computer operating system and a short movie could be stored on a DNA. In a new study, published in..
BGR India

Fiona Fernandez: Stir the pot, and start a festival

fiona fernandez: stir the pot, and start a festival
It was one of those indulgent, happy-go-lucky Sunday afternoons spent with a few hardcore foodie travellers, each showing off their exploits across the globe. And while at it, everyone's bucket lists..
Mid-Day

Over 4000 runners for Juhu Half Marathon

over 4000 runners for juhu half marathon
Over 4000 runners will participate in the Juhu Half Marathon, presented by Roman Vision and organised by Get Fit Thru Sports Foundation jointly with the Rotary Club of Bombay Airport,) and to be..
Mid-Day

Columbia University accidentally sends acceptance notices

The New York Times says the erroneous emails were sent on Wednesday.
DNA

UP Elections 2017: Rampur's 'emperor' whitewashes Nawab era

Addressing a rally just outside the Rampur fort, Samajwadi Party (SP) strongman Mohammad Azam Khan bursts into tears while recalling the "tyranny" of the Nawabs, the former rulers of the erstwhile..
DNA

Tehmina Janjua becomes Pak's first woman foreign secretary

*Career diplomat Tehmina Janjua was today appointed as Pakistans first woman foreign secretary.* Foreign Office said that Janjua will replace outgoing foreign secretary Aizaz Ahmad..
Deccan Herald

Demonetisation decision not taken in isolation: Panagariya

"Those who have been critical of demonetisation don't understand what a gigantic task it was to remonetise the economy," he said at a lecture on 'Economic Policy and Performance in India Under Prime..
DNA

RBI's admirable role saved rupee from becoming unstable: NITI

*The RBI played an "admirable role" in bringing "incredible" stability to the rupee in the face of demonetisation and global upheavals like Brexit and the US elections, NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Arvind..
Deccan Herald

Buffett, Gates have hope for US after Trump ascension

Buffett and Gates were speaking to students at Columbia University after Trump started to unwind the work of his predecessor Barack Obama in a series of executive orders, prompting concern from critics..
IndiaTimes

Government needs to push stimulus, reforms in Budget 2017: Economist

As the cash crunch issue following demonetization seems to be over, the government needs to use the upcoming Budget to provide stimulus and pursue structural reforms to accelerate growth, said Columbia..
DNA

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