Researchers find new clues to control HIV

Identifying the T cells that attack HIV antigens sounds simple, but Brockman says three biological factors are critical to a T cell-mediated immune response. And all three are highly genetically diverse. Researchers find new clues to control HIV (Representational Image)  |  Photo Credit: Getty Images Washington D.C: An international team of researchers is harnessing the immune system […]

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Do foreign players still find Indian AMC business appealing?

On one hand, we are seeing exits of foreign partners from the domestic mutual fund industry while on the other hand, a set of global players still find the Indian mutual fund industry attractive. On Thursday, Union Bank of India said that Japan’s financial major Dai-ichi Life Holdings has acquired 39.62 percent stake in Union Asset Management […]

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How Many Cups of Coffee Should You Drink Daily? We Find Out!

Of all the caffeinated beverages, one of the most consumed ones is coffee and you would agree it is addictive. With hundreds of bioactive compounds, coffee makes for a magic beverage for people struggling to wake up fresh in the morning. Due to the presence of caffeine, a strong cup of this delight can keep you up for […]

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Internshala launches ‘India Employed’, an initiative to help 50,000 graduates find their first job

“While Government of India has identified skill building as a top national priority, our pledge to help graduates through India Employed can play a pivotal role in solving this and make an impact on the society,” said Sarvesh Agrawal, the founder and CEO of Internshala. Representative Image Internshala, the internships and online training platform, has […]

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Why banks can’t find buyers for stressed assets

Bankers blame the lack of support from the government and central vigilance agencies when it comes to taking hard decisions on valuation on stressed assets. Photo: Pradeep Gaur/Mint Debt recovery through sale of assets remains an exercise in futility for banks, when it comes to large accounts. The repeated failure of bankers to find bidders […]

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