User: esg Topic: Health
Category: Diseases :: Communicable :: Malaria
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How Sri Lanka won the malaria war 3.12.2016 Hindu: S & T
On September 5 this year, Sri Lanka was declared malaria-free at the 69th Session of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Regional Committee for South-East Asia held in Colombo. This is another milesto...
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Foreign aid for fight against malaria may increase by 18-20% 3.12.2016 TOI: India
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‘Swasth Kutumbam’ launch today 3.12.2016 Hindu: Visakhapatnam
VIJAYAWADA: the Tata Trusts has designed a new health scheme, ‘Swasth Kutumbam’, for the benefit of people in 265 village panchayats falling under Vijayawada Parliamentary constituency.The scheme will...
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Coal India to revoke ranks that don't have any jobs 2.12.2016 ET: Jobs
The company plans to abolish some redundant jobs and club some with others to bring down the total number of designations to around 700.
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Locals condemn assault on MO 2.12.2016 Manipur: E-Pao
Locals condemn assault on MO
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Leading African academics quiz Bill Gates on HIV/AIDS and the role of philanthropy 1.12.2016 All International Stories
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has committed more than US$3 billion in HIV grants to organisations around the world
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Special nets to check malaria 30.11.2016 The Telegraph : Jharkhand
East Singhbhum health unit on Tuesday began distribution of medicated mosquito nets to combat vector-borne diseases in seven worst malaria-hit blocks of the district.
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Teacher educators trained in sanitation and hygiene 30.11.2016 Hindu: Home
The District unit of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) has organised a training programme on school sanitation, health and hygiene to Block Resource Teacher Educators in the district aimed at promoting pra...
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Malaria-prevention measures initiated at Valapattanam 29.11.2016 Hindu: National
Steps follow death of migrant worker diagnosed with disease
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City saw 120 cases of dengue last week 29.11.2016 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
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Garhwa kids die of suspected mumps 29.11.2016 The Telegraph : Jharkhand
Preliminary probe into the deaths of three children, who succumbed to an "unknown disease" at Katra village in Garhwa's Ranka block on Saturday, has pointed to mumps as a possible reason.
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Not Pakistan but illness, heart attacks killing more BSF men 27.11.2016 Rediff: News
Data reveals that only 25 of total 774 deaths in the period between January 2015 and September 2016 were battle casualties.
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Illness claiming more BSF lives than battle casualties, reveals official data 27.11.2016 India Today| Must Read
Data showed that while a total of 25 personnel were killed in action, 316 died due to a variety of diseases and illnesses and 117 suffered fatal cardiac arrest.
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Illness killing more BSF men than border operations 27.11.2016 Hindu: News
 More BSF personnel have died of cardiac arrest and other illness than in action on the borders and anti-Naxal operations in the past two years, according to official data.The data revealed that only ...
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Illness, heart attacks killing more BSF men than border ops 27.11.2016 Zee News : India National
More BSF personnel have died of heart attack and other illnesses than in action on the borders and anti-Naxal operations in the past two years, according to official data.
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Illness, heart attacks killing more BSF men than border ops 27.11.2016 deccanherald.com
More BSF personnel have died of heart attack and other illnesses than in action on the borders and anti-Naxal operations in the past two years, according to official data. While men and women of the countrys largest border guarding force BSF face enemy bullets and mortars amid recent hostilities with Pakistan, data reveals that only 25 of total 774 deaths in the period between January 2015 and September 2016 were battle casualties. Data showed that while a total of 25 personnel were killed in action, 316 died due to a variety of diseases and illnesses and 117 suffered fatal cardiac arrest. While the cases of deaths due to HIV/AIDS and malaria have gone down in the paramilitary force during the period, fatal casualties of personnel in rail, road and bike accidents continue. Officials said these remained a "cause of worry". Amongst the other causes of death in the force during the period are: 192 deaths took place due to road or Railway accidents, 18 lost their lives due to HIV/AIDS, 38 due to cancer and ...
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Illness, not bullets, killing more BSF men 27.11.2016 Hindu: News
 More BSF personnel have died of cardiac arrest and other illnesses than in action on the borders and anti-Naxal operations in the past two years, according to official data.The data revealed that onl...
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Malaria kills 3 more as statewide toll reaches 20 25.11.2016 Ranchi - City - The Times of India
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Traditional drugs being developed for vector borne diseases 25.11.2016 All News-IANS Stories
The central government on Friday said that traditional medicines are being developed for prevention and management of vector borne diseases.
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Government developing traditional drugs for vector-borne diseases 25.11.2016 ET: Pharma
AYUSH SL has also been developed by this council for the treatment of filarisis. Early this year, the council had also developed an anti-malarial drug AYUSH 64.
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