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Category: Mental Health
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Hisssss morning! 12.5.2009 Bangalore Mirror: City
A family in AMS Layout had a shock when they found snakes coiled up in their compound, portico and in their vehicle...
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Axe effect: Tech knowledge 12.5.2009 Bangalore Mirror: Cover
Rather than risk pink slips or steep salary cuts, many techies, especially in the IT sector’s Tier II cities like Mangalore and Mysore, are now migrating to teaching jobs...
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Cops just a Call Away! 12.5.2009 Bangalore Mirror: City
Filing complaints has been made easier for harassed cellphone users; police, service providers work in tandem to trace pranksters in quick time...
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Youth ‘rapes’ mentally challenged minor cousin in Amreli village 12.5.2009 Indian Express: Ahmedabad
A 24-year-old youth has been accused of raping his mentally challenged minor cousin at Mota Bhamedra village in Savarkundla, Amreli.
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Back to the Vedas 11.5.2009 Mumbai Mirror: People
Meet Priti Mehta and Sucheta Khandwala who recently started their own store called Omved. The creative duo speak about their brainchild and the need for pure natural living in our day to day lives...
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India terrorised from outside and within: US report 11.5.2009 Mumbai Mirror: Nation
Report released by US government agency says India’s “outdated” legal systems helped fuel terror strikes and separatist attacks in 2008...
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Moolah rouge 11.5.2009 Bangalore Mirror: Cover
Come rain or shine, there’s no biz like showbiz. And Sandalwood is showing off its money-power unabashedly, with Rs 1 crore-plus payouts for top film stars and a slew of top-end production and training facilities coming up in Bangalore...
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Men more sensitive to recession blues 11.5.2009 TOI: All Headlines
Men more sensitive to recession blues
Men 'more vulnerable to recession blues than women' 11.5.2009 New Kerala: Health News
'Check mental disorder, sooner the better' 11.5.2009 DNA: Top News
Aggressive behaviour, lack of hygiene, indifferent to one's surroundings, suspicious nature, phobia and aimless activities are characteristic of severe mental disorder.
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More research on mental health needed : CJ 11.5.2009 New Kerala: Kerala News
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Chief Justice calls for more research into mental health 11.5.2009 Hindu: Kerala
KOCHI: Mental health is an area where Kerala lags behind both in terms of the number of doctors available and the level of public awareness about its importance, said the Chief Justice of the Kerala High Court, S.R. Bannurmath. He was ...
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Call for research in mental health 11.5.2009 Hindu: Kerala
KOCHI: Mental health is an area where Kerala lags behind both in terms of the number of doctors available and the level of public awareness about its importance, said the Chief Justice of the Kerala High Court, S.R. Bannurmath. He was ...
Demand for speech language pathologists 11.5.2009 Hindu:Education Plus: Coimbatore
Speech is the most powerful weapon. It is more so in these days of meltdown! Speech language pathologists and audiologists are in great demand around the world due to the acute shortage of professionals. The gap between demand and supply ...
A no-brainer 10.5.2009 Business Standard: Life & Leisure
The Supreme Court directive asking colleges to hire psychiatrists is the right step.
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She lost her mental balance after the camp: Shejal 9.5.2009 IndiaInfo.com
The Malabar Hill police have once again recorded the statements of family members of Sneha Dani, a SYBCom student of Sydenham College who allegedly committed suicide.
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Mentally ill man removes Jagannath temple flag 9.5.2009 The Statesman
Mentally ill man removes Jagannath temple flag
Sister's doubt makes cops record statement again 9.5.2009 DNA: Top News
The Malabar Hill police have once again recorded the statements of family members of Sneha Dani, a SYBCom student who allegedly committed suicide.
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Supreme Court suggests panel to examine impact of ragging 9.5.2009 Hindu: National
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Friday recommended the appointment of a committee of mental health specialists to examine the impact of ragging on young students as well as the reason why seniors torment their juniors. It also ...
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A ‘challenging’ task for fund-starved Manas 9.5.2009 Hindu: Other States
Declining financial support to Manas a cause for concern
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