User: esg Topic: Health
Category: Diseases :: Communicable :: Malaria
Last updated: Sep 22 2016 11:56 IST RSS 2.0
 
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‘Gorumudda’ scheme will cover all tribal areas: Ravela 21.9.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
‘Gorumudda’ scheme will cover all tribal areas: Ravela
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CM emphasises on mosquito-free State 21.9.2016 The New Indian Express - Andhra Pradesh - http://newindianexpress.com/states/andhra_pradesh/
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Mysterious fever strikes in times of Dengue 21.9.2016 The New Indian Express - Andhra Pradesh - http://newindianexpress.com/states/andhra_pradesh/
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Supreme Court to hear PIL on Chikunguniya menace in Delhi 21.9.2016 News
The PIL raises the issue of the national capital being used a dumping ground and implicates the city's municipal authorities in the case
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Finally, AAP govt emphasises on fogging 21.9.2016 deccanherald.com
With over 35 persons succumbing to the vector-borne diseases so far this season, the AAP government has now chalked out a "fogging plan" on Tuesday to make Delhi "mosquito-free". So far 18 people died of chikungunya, 13 persons have succumbed to dengue, and malaria has reportedly claimed five lives. The AAP government has made a plan to conduct fogging for the next one month period to check breeding of mosquitoes. "The government has made a comprehensive plan to carry out fogging in the entire city to make Delhi mosquito-free," said Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia. "The government has decided to conduct fogging on every street on alternate days," he added. The Delhi government has decided to press into service 600 machines to conduct fogging drive across the city. "Some 100 machines will hit the streets from tomorrow (September 22), and by September 26 all the 600 machines will be conducting fumigation in the streets of Delhi," said Sisodia. The fogging drive will continue for a month. "We will ...
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‘Gorumudda’ scheme will cover all tribal areas: Ravela 21.9.2016 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Pilot project of the nutrition programme for kids currently being implemented in Vizag agency
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Netas indulge in blamegame as Delhi fights Dengue and Chikungunya 21.9.2016 Rediff: News
As the dengue and chikungunya outbreak becomes increasingly politicised and accusations are traded on national television, the average Delhi resident suffers debilitating blows from viral fevers, writes Manavi Kapur.
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Indian Naval ships visit South Africa 20.9.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Indian Naval ships Kolkata, Trikand, and Aditya arrived at Durban on Tuesday, for a three day visit, an official statement said.
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Anti-Pakistan slogans in Uri martyrs’ villages in Jharkhand 20.9.2016 TOI: All Headlines
Anti-Pakistan slogans in Uri martyrs’ villages in Jharkhand
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We will ensure intensive fogging to fight spread of diseases: Manish Sisodia 20.9.2016 New Kerala: India News
We will ensure intensive fogging to fight spread of diseases: Manish Sisodia
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Chikungunya spread: Satyendar Jain meets Kejriwal; Sisodia promises intensive fogging 20.9.2016 New Kerala: India News
Chikungunya spread: Satyendar Jain meets Kejriwal; Sisodia promises intensive fogging
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Malaria toll in Delhi rises to 6 20.9.2016 News
After Dengue and chikungunya outbreak, now malaria is emerging as a major health threat in the national capital
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60 deaths due to seasonal diseases this year in Rajasthan 20.9.2016 Latest News
Total number of malaria patients were 5,392 while 6,708 people were tested positive of swine flue and 438 of them had died
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Chandrababu Naidu declares 'war' against contagious diseases 20.9.2016 News
Our aim is to completely wipe out nine contagious diseases like malaria, dengue, chikungunya, diarrhoea, typhoid, swine flu from the state, said Chandrababu Naidu
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Mosquito preference for humans or animals linked to genes 20.9.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Some mosquitoes are more likely to feed on cattle than on humans if they carry a specific chromosomal rearrangement in their genes, thus reducing their odds of transmitting the malaria parasite, a new study has found.
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Mosquito preference for humans or animals linked to genes 20.9.2016 New Kerala: World News
Mosquito preference for humans or animals linked to genes
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Emmys 2016: Predictable winners, new entries, hilarious moments and meaningful speeches 20.9.2016 DNA: Recent Columns
Jimmy plays host Jimmy Kimmel was the host this year and managed to hold the audience rapt with his jokes. The presenter made many political references through the night, poking fun at Donald Trump. Kimmel ‘blamed’ Apprentice executive producer Mark Burnett for Trump’s popularity saying, “Many have asked who’s to blame for Donald Trump and I’ll tell you who: he’s sitting right there, that guy — Mark Burnett. Thanks to Mark, we don’t have to watch reality shows anymore, we’re living in one.” He later added, “Television can also tear us apart. If it wasn’t for TV, would Donald Trump be running for president? No, he would be at home quietly rubbing up against his wife Malaria while she pretends to be asleep.”  Kimmel also broached the subject of diversity which had become a big issue with hashtag #Oscarssowhite trending last time. He said, “This year’s nominees are the most diverse ever, and the only thing we value more than diversity is congratulating ourselves on how much we value diversity. The Oscars ...
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Campaign against dengue, malaria under way 20.9.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Campaign against dengue, malaria under way
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Dengue kills 17-year-old boy 20.9.2016 TOI: Ahmedabad Times
Fear of a sixlegged enemy is gripping the city and with the latest death due to dengue on Sunday night, the city's health scene is showing alarming signs. Chirag Prajapati, 17, a resident of Amraiwadi died on Sunday after battling fever and multiple infections for over a month. Prajapati is the fourth casualty of dengue in the city since July. He was admitted to Star Hospital in Bapunagar, late on Friday, where he was brought in a critical condition.
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Mobile teams deployed to check fevers 20.9.2016 Hindu: Cities
In a special drive in view of the high incidence of fever in the city, 20 teams with as many vehicles to create awareness, an intensive house-to-house visit and collecting blood samples of fever patie...
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