Australian surgeons transplant ‘dead’ heart

Previously, surgeons relied on donor hearts from brain-dead patients whose hearts were still beating

Sydney: Australian surgeons said on Friday that they have made a major breakthrough by making a dead heart beat again and successfully using it in a transplant. Previously, surgeons relied on donor hearts from brain-dead patients whose hearts were still beating Previously, surgeons relied on donor hearts from brain-dead patients whose hearts were still More...

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Harshit completed the trek to the base point at an altitude of 5,380 metres despite heavy snowfall
By IANS On Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014
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Five-year-old Indian treks up to Everest base camp

Patna: The parents of five-year-old Harshit Saumitra, the youngest climber to reach the base camp of Mount Everest, are trying to register their son’s name in thed Guinness World Records and Limca Book of More...

Belgian media on Tuesday charged that the Sikh temple “appears to operate as a magnet for Indians staying in Belgium illegally”
By IANS On Tuesday, October 21st, 2014
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Gurdwara closed in Belgium

Brussels: The mayor of the town of Vilvoorde in Belgium, Hans Bonte, has ordered the closure of the local gurdwara, Guru Nanak Sahib, for one month. Belgian media on Tuesday charged that the Sikh temple “appears More...

Being an army officer’s wife, she frequently travels and wants to work as an event manager or anchor
By IANS On Tuesday, October 21st, 2014
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Army officer’s wife wins beauty pageant

New Delhi: Aman Grewal, wife of an army officer, was declared the winner of Haut Monde Mrs India Worldwide 2014 here. Being an army officer’s wife, she frequently travels and wants to work as an event manager More...

The border security office should prepare a report regarding the damaged border pillars and it should be sent to the higher bodies
By IANS On Monday, October 20th, 2014
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India to reconstruct pillars on India-Nepal border

Kathmandu: A senior Indian security official on Monday said India will take the initiative for the reconstruction of damaged border pillars on the India-Nepal border. The border security office should prepare a More...

Modi would be participating in a two-day G20 Summit starting November 15
By IANS On Sunday, October 19th, 2014
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Madison Square like event planned for Modi in Sydney

New Delhi: With Prime Minister Narendra Modi set to visit Australia for the G-20 summit in Brisbane in mid-November, efforts are on to ensure his charisma overwhelms the Indian diaspora there like at New York’s More...

Rohatgi said there were no direct conversations between Qureshi and the present CBI Director
By IANS On Friday, October 17th, 2014
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Alleged Hawala dealer had daily contact with then CBI chief, SC told

New Delhi: In a startling disclosure, Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi on Friday told the Supreme Court that meat exporter and alleged hawala dealer Moin Qureshi had regular contacts, on daily basis, with a then CBI More...

The operators engaged in restoration work are Aircel, Bharti Airtel, Idea Cellular and Vodafone
By Indileak Web Desk On Thursday, October 16th, 2014
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Telcos trying to restore mobile connectivity in Vizag

New Delhi: Mobile operators are working jointly to restore mobile connectivity in the affected areas of Andhra Pradesh’s Vizag after the devastating cyclone Hudhud, the Cellular Operators’ Association More...

It found that 66 percent of the women were aged 15-24 years old and 75 percent had met the perpetrator before the sexual assault
By IANS On Wednesday, October 15th, 2014
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Drinking with strangers ups sexual assault risk for women

London: Women who drink alcohol with strangers or people they met just 24 hours back are at a higher risk of facing sexual assault. It found that 66 percent of the women were aged 15-24 years old and 75 percent More...

The plane was suffering from a loss of lift or a "stall" and its airspeed sensors had malfunctioned
By IANS On Tuesday, October 14th, 2014
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Pilots were sleeping when Air France flight crashed

London: Two out of three pilots were sleeping minutes before the Air France plane plunged into the sea off Brazil in 2009, with the loss of all 228 people on board, media reported on Monday. The plane was suffering More...