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Ms. Rashmi Bansal

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www.instituteofideas.com, 17 Mar 2014 [cached]
Helen was impressed by the atmosphere of the events: 'The preparedness of students to engage with challenging and contentious issues, and to take part from the floor by asking tough questions and pushing their peers to come up with convincing arguments made the debates at times genuinely thrilling, though this did lead to several of the debates overrunning because so many of the students wanted to get their points in!' Reports back from British Council centres in Delhi and Mumbai have been very positive and one of the judges, Rashmi Bansal, Editor of JAM magazine in Mumbai, wrote a blog about his experience, which can be read here.
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www.mobilepundit.com [cached]
Rashmi Bansal, Editor and Publisher of a youth magazine called JAM - Just Another Magazine blogs about how mobile phone technology can change the business of film-making.
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sonusingh.42tales.com, 8 Aug 2009 [cached]
Rashmi Bansal Publisher of JAMMAG Magazine Arrested, for more details click on the following links....
Hindustan Times Article - Publisher goes underground Rashmi Bansal (Editor of JAMMAG)
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Rashmi Bansal Publisher of JAMMAG Magazine Arrested, for more details click on the following links.... Hindustan Times Article - Publisher goes underground Rashmi Bansal (Editor of JAMMAG)
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Rashmi Bansal Publisher of JAMMAG Magazine Arrested, for more details click on the following links....
Hindustan Times Article - Publisher goes underground Rashmi Bansal (Editor of JAMMAG)
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The opening session also witnessed the ...
www.indiasnews.net, 29 June 2008 [cached]
The opening session also witnessed the launch of a book 'Stay Hungry Stay Foolish' written by Rashmi Bansal, founder of JAMMAG and alumni of the institute, on the 25 chosen entrepreneurs from IIM-A.
Rashmi Bansal, professor of ...
www.newsindia-times.com, 25 June 2013 [cached]
Rashmi Bansal, professor of neuroscience at the University of Connecticut Health Center in Farmington, Conn., has won a grant for research into neurodegenerative diseases like multiple sclerosis. She was selected by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke to receive the Javits Neuroscience Investigator Award, a seven-year grant given to select scientists for their competence and outstanding productivity, a June 19 press release from the university said. Bansal, originally from Lucknow, told Desi Talk the amount of the award is $185,000 per year. “It’s wonderful to get the award and I am very grateful for it. I am expecting to make progress over the next few years,†she said. Bansal said she hoped that over the coming years, she may be able to shine more light on MS and other related incurable diseases. She also credited two of her colleagues, Dr. Akihiro Ishii and Dr. Miki Furusho, for their contribution to the research. Bansal and her colleagues have been involved in researching a protein called fibroblast growth factor and the role it plays in diseases such as MS. Fibroblast growth factor helps the body make myelin, the coating on nerve cells that protects the cells’ axons, which carry nerve impulses. “Myelin is important for nerve condition,†Bansal said in the press release. “In people with MS, myelin is broken down. My research involves understanding how myelin is made and how this growth factor supports it. We hope that this knowledge can be applied in the long run to devise strategies for myelin repair in MS and other demyelinating diseases.†Bansal has published an estimated 50 papers on her research. A graduate of the Isabella Thoburn College in Lucknow, she has a Ph.D. from the Central Drug Research Institute, also in Lucknow. Thank you.
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