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Odisha Govt Cancels recruitment of Asst / Jr. Town Planners and Deputy / Asst. Municipal Planners Monday, September 08, 2014 Report by Odisha Diary bureau, Bhubaneswar: The Advertisement bearing No. 17254/2013-14 dated 21.05.2013 published for recruitment to the post of Assistant Town Planners/Junior Town Planners / Deputy Municipal Planners / Assistant Municipal Planners in different Planning authorities / Ur... Language can help the elderly cope with the challenges of aging, says Stanford professor Sunday, July 06, 2014 By examining conversations of elderly Japanese women, linguist Yoshiko Matsumoto uncovers language techniques that help people move past traumatic events and regain a sense of normalcy. BY CORRIE GOLDMAN Aging inevitably brings with ... Day-Care centres to aid hemophilia patients in Odisha Wednesday, February 12, 2014 Report by Odisha Diary bureau, Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government has taken steps to set up day-care centres for hemophilia patients in three state-run medical college hospitals and the Capital Hospital in Bhubaneswar even as a register of such patients was being prepared, a senior hem... Indian Meteorological Department proves foreign forecasters wrong over Phailin predictions Tuesday, October 15, 2013 New Delhi: The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) on Sunday stood vindicated over its forecast that Phailin will not be a 'super cyclone' as predicted by some international agencies. "Being a national meteorological department we cannot predict the way ... Cocaine's effect on mice may explain human drug-seeking behavior Tuesday, August 27, 2013 By Yasmin Anwar; Berkeley: Cocaine can speedily rewire high-level brain circuits that support learning, memory and decision-making, according to new research from UC Berkeley and UCSF. The findings shed new light on the frontal brain’s role in drug-seeking behavior and may be key t... Sleep deprivation linked to junk food cravings Friday, August 16, 2013 By Yasmin Anwar; Berkeley: A sleepless night makes us more likely to reach for doughnuts or pizza than for whole grains and leafy green vegetables, suggests a new study from UC Berkeley that examines the brain regions that control food choices. The findings shed new light on the link bet... Melting water's lubricating effect on glaciers has only 'minor' role in future sea-level rise Wednesday, August 14, 2013 Bristol: Concerns that melting water would speed up the decline of Greenland’s ice sheet have been allayed by new research which shows the lubricating effect of water beneath glaciers will not significantly add to sea-level rise. Scientists had feared... From China to U.S., the game of mahjong shaped modern America, says Stanford scholar Thursday, July 25, 2013 BY ASHLEY WALTERS, Mahjong isn't as popular as it once was, but PhD candidate Annelise Heinz says that the social aspects of the game help to account for its importance and longevity, particularly among Chinese American and Jewish American communities. (Photo: Annelise Heinz) For ma... Typhoid's lethal secret revealed by Yale researchers Wednesday, July 17, 2013 By Bill Hathaway; Typhoid fever is one of the oldest documented diseases known to have afflicted mankind but what makes it so lethal has remained a mystery for centuries. In a study appearing online July 10 in the journal Nature, Yale researchers offer an explanation of how the devastati... Cambridge students designs solar car Monday, July 08, 2013 Cambridge: A group of Cambridge students are hoping that their game-changing design of solar car will make them the first British winners of the World Solar Challenge.  A new solar car which, according to its creators, “rewrites t... Cockatoos 'pick' puzzle box locks Friday, July 05, 2013 Oxford: A species of Indonesian parrot can solve complex mechanical problems that involve undoing a series of locks one after another, revealing new depths to physical intelligence in birds. A team of scientists from Oxford University, the University of Vie... Shared brain disruption illustrates similarities between mental illnesses Friday, July 05, 2013 By Bill Hathaway; A specific brain disruption is present both in individuals diagnosed with schizophrenia and those with bipolar disorder, adding to evidence that many mental illnesses have biological similarities.The brain activity patterns identified by Yale University researchers and reported o... Raymond presents the Readymade collection of Ceremonial line to make all your special occasions memorable Monday, November 26, 2012 Report by Santanu Ganguly, Mumbai: This festive season, adulation should come as no surprise! Readymade collection from Raymond perfectly positioned to offer classic garments with impeccable fits and contemporary styles to the Global Indian, presents the Ceremonial Collection. Balma Girl Not On Diet Sunday, November 25, 2012 Report by Santanu Ganguly, New Delhi: This festival time mainly, Diwali, the festival of light brings smiles to every person’s face but this Diwali will be super special for Model-actress Claudia Ciesla as her first item song Balma becomes a rage amongst the audience. &... Civil Society appeals SC to review its judgment on Appointment of Information Commission Tuesday, November 06, 2012 Report by Bhaskar Chandra Pradhan, Bhuaneswar:  In  a state level seminar on “Supreme Court Judgement on “Appointment of Information Commission”,  organized at Red Cross Bhawan, Bhubnaeswar   under joint aegis of odisha Soochana Adhikar Abhijan and I...
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People warm themselves by a fire at a road side on a cold winter evening in Bhubaneswar. Photo-Ashok Panda
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