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Bloody Cell

Calcutta scientists identify the trigger for a type of adult blood cancer, and it's not about genes. Prasun Chaudhuri reports

For the last 14 years, Amitava Sengupta has been studying blood - how blood cells are born, mature, die or turn into rogue cancer cells. Now, the cell biologist and biochemist at the Indian Institute of Chemical Biology (under Council of... | Read»


Keep track with Letstrack

#TechTonic / Surit Doss

Your daughter is late. As the minutes go ticking by, paranoia grips you. Most parents go through this if a child, teenager, or even an adult is out of the house, and fails to return on time. | Read»


The pain that heals itself

Everyone knows the symptoms of arthritis - the pain is either confined to a joint or multiple joints all over the body are affected. There is, however, another spectrum of diseases that cause pain in muscles and joints. The pain of fibromyalgia or... | Read»