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One Nigerian Cocaine Pedellar Nabbed

Police have nabbed a Nigerian national and recovered 41 grams of cocaine from his possession. Acting on a secret information that Michael //Ofori Danagogo alias Mike, who was staying in the national capital as a student, would visit Motibagh area in south Delhi in the night of June 3 to deliv...

Maninder Singh Confesses of Using Drugs

...ice would seek Siddiqui's custody to know the source of contraband. While Maninder was arrested with one-and-a-half grams of cocaine, sleuths nabbed Siddiqui with 100 grams of marijuana. "We were keeping a close watch on them for the past 15 days. Siddiqui lives in Vivek Vihar (in east Del...

Seizure of Low Quantity of Heroin is No Ground for Bail: HC

...n, son of late BJP leader Pramod Mahajan. According to the prosecution, the three accused - Prakash, Akhilesh alias Pappu and Nathu Lal - were nabbed by Narcotics Bureau sleuths on March 14, 2003 when they were allegedly trying to deliver a consignment of 1.3 kg of heroin to an unidentified person a...
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Capturing the birth of a synapse

...h team of six UO and University of California, Davis, scientists found one of many finger-like filopodia, or spines, that reach out from one neuron is nabbed by neuroligin molecules on the membrane of another neuron. In turn, neuroligins recruit at least two other key proteins (PSD-95 and NMDA receptors) to...
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UW researchers win award from Apple Computer

...es cluster computers to biology professors to meet their computational needs MADISON A team of University of Wisconsin-Madison statisticians has nabbed one of Apple's Workgroup Cluster for Bioinformatics awards . Professor Michael Newton and his colleagues, Douglas Bates, Sunduz Keles, Christina...
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