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Daily EDITION : News from INDIA New England | Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Northeastern faculty spark a sea change in the nanomedicine field

By Thea Singer
News at Northeastern
Drug-​​delivery sys­tems so small they are invis­ible to the eye. Gauze laden with par­ti­cles that hasten blood clot­ting. New syn­thetic vaccines. Read More

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Nutritious Recipe: Brown rice with fennel and beans, gluten-free, vegan

By Sangeeta Pradhan, RD, CDE
INDIA New England Columnist
Turn brown rice from boring to brilliant, with this easy, nutrient packed recipe! Read More

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Islands: Evolving in Isolation

With bizarre woodpecker-like primates, dwarf humans, and flightless birds over nine feet tall, islands are havens for some of the most unusual creatures on our planet. Why are islands such hotspots of biodiversity and how does evolution work within these isolated pockets of life? Read More

Asana BioSciences Appoints Dr. Kapil Dhingra to its Oncology Scientific Advisory Board

BRIDGEWATER, N.J.--Asana BioSciences, LLC announced that Kapil Dhingra, M.D., has been appointed to its oncology scientific advisory board (SAB). Dr. Dhingra is the former head of Roche Oncology Clinical Development and the founder of KAPital Consulting, LLC.

“We welcome Dr. Dhingra to our oncology scientific advisory board. His expertise, proven track record and strategic insights will be great assets to Asana. I look forward to working closely with him and other SAB members in advancing... Read More

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Inherited activity traits linked to bipolar disorder identified

NEW YORK-- In the first study of its kind, researchers have identified a dozen inherited traits related to sleep, awake and activity cycles that are associated with severe bipolar disorder.

Researchers also were able to tie the traits to specific chromosomes, providing important clues to the genetic nature of the disorder, as well as potential new avenues for prevention and treatment.

"We were able to identify 13 sleep and activity measures, most of which are inherited, that correlated with whether an individual had bipolar disorder. Read More

Books: India's first Renaissance Man and his verse

By Vikas Datta
Much before the term "Renaissance Man" came into vogue, he was one in what eventually became India. A prolific poet, historian and writer, he also introduced two music forms - ghazal and qawwali - popular to this day, is credited with developing two styles of classical music - khayal and tarana - as well as the tabla and sitar. Read More

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Fashion forecast: Layered clothing, androgynous styles will rule in 2016

By Nivedita

NEW DELHI-- Unisex and layered fashion in soothing colours, with prints, patterns and embroidery will be big on the style meter throughout the New Year, say Indian designers. Read More

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Actress Divya Dutta to unveil her novel later this year

MUMBAI-- Actress Divya Dutta finds writing one of the most "beautiful professions", and now she is looking forward to releasing her own novel, which is full of drama, later this year.

The "Bhaag Milkha Bhaag" actress enjoys writing for a newspaper, and soon her fans will get to read her thoughts beyond her columns.

"I am writing a novel. It's fiction but, yes, people tend to add their own experience. It should come out by mid this year. It's going to be drama," Divya, who is currently shooting "Irada", told IANS. Read More

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Best Credit Cards for 2016 & Post-Fed Rate Hike Landscape Report

The confetti has been cleaned up, resolutions have been made and a few weeks have passed since the Federal Reserve raised its target interest rate for the first time in nearly a decade. It is with that context that CardHub has released its list of the Best Credit Cards for 2016... Read More

Bad App: Cheat on your partner with this free app

LONDON--Unfaithful lovers can use a new app that allows them to keep multiple phone numbers on their existing smartphone and cheat on their partners. Read More

Lata Mangeshkar pays tribute to R.D. Burman

MUMBAI-- On legendary composer R.D. Burman's 22nd death anniversary on Monday, melody queen Lata Mangeshkar paid tribute to him by saying that his "music will continue to spread magic." Read More

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Lovemaking gets more passionate after childbirth

LONDON-- Resuming sex with your partner after childbirth may be a matter of two months on an average but when passion does return to the bedroom again, it comes with a new vigour, enabling couples to enjoy the act of lovemaking more, new research suggests.

A study of 1,118 couples with children showed that 94 percent said they were satisfied with their sex lives and nearly 60 percent said that it actually got better after childbirth. Read More


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