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Wednesday, December 25, 2002
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Human kidneys grown in mice
The results suggest that human or pig foetal tissue would take on the shape and function of a healthy kidney if transplanted into humans. Further, the use of pig foetal tissue will not trigger the kind of rejection seen in cross-species transplants. More

LIFESTYLE


Breathing poetry amid the bustle
"A lonely, loony moon/sat on an empty park bench/mooning, / shunned by science, god and Muktibodh;/ science found dark empty craters without waters/ moon does not figure in any of man's prayers/ an upset Muktibodh wrote the moon's face is ... More

EVENTS


So sweet!
The ICE 2002 Cake Exhibition currently on in Mumbai features the seven wonders of the world. More than 40 workers from the famous Swiss Castle Bakers have come from Hyderabad and spent night and day to construct the mammoth cakes. Each of these ... More

ENTERTAINMENT & LEISURE


Aaj Tak programme for New Year's Eve
NEWS channel Aaj Tak today announced its programming schedule will culminate with Flashback Aaj Tak 2002 on December 31, according to a press release. Aaj Tak has identified topics such as power games, elections, violence and terror, sports, ... More

TRENDS


Tough life for a statue
TO be alive is normally a preferred state, if one had the option, rather than to be dead. And the dead, if they had the choice, would not insist on having statues installed in public places to perpetuate their memory, especially if they had seen, ... More
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