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New Blood Pressure (BP) Drug to With Fewer Side Effects to Hit Market Soon

Using a sophisticated X-ray analysis, scientists have uncovered how an important regulator for blood pressure works in the human body and they believe that the findings could lead to new blood pressure drugs with fewer side effects. The X-ray analysis revealed the molecular structure of the angiotensin receptor AT1R. “Despite its medical relevance, the structure of this receptor was unknown ...

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Indian-origin poet Rajvinder Singh excels with German oeuvre ( Interview)

Creative literature is generally linked to a writer’s mother tongue. Not so Rajvinder Singh, an Indian-origin poet whose German oeuvre has seen over a hundred articles written on him over the years. Essentially a poet and a short story writer, besides being a feature journalist, this “Punjabi by heart” has 14 anthologies of poetry to his credit, two in his ...

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German Hasso Plattner Institute Develops Teleporter ‘Scotty’, Just Like in Star Trek (Photos)

It was no longer confined to Star Trek to scan an object and ‘beam’ it to another location. German scientists from Hasso Plattner Institute have successfully developed a similar machine using 3D technology and transport material, if not humans for now. The new machine scans an object, destroys it, transmits over internet and rebuilds it at the destination using a ...

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Sanskrit not to replace German, it can be additional subject: SC tells HRD Ministry

The Supreme Court on Friday asked the government not to treat Sanskrit as a third language for Kendriya Vidyalayas from class 6 to 8 and instead treat it as an additional language or subject retaining German as a third langauge. “You test them in Sanskrit for the additional language and German remains a third language” as replacing German with Sanskrit ...

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