User: nsudha Topic: Malnutrition
Category: Karnataka :: Child Malnutrition
Last updated: May 15 2018 14:10 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Why Karnataka's new government has a job on its hands despite 8.5% growth 15.5.2018 Sify Finance
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Why Karnataka's new government has a job on its hands despite 8.5% growth 15.5.2018 Business Standard: News Now
In 2016, Karnataka recorded the second-highest number of farmer suicides-1,212, behind only Maharashtra
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MPF puts a smile on children’s faces 12.5.2018 Hindu: Fitness
Conducts over 1,500 cleft surgeries in eleven States
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Karnataka govt's per-capita investment in health lowest among South states 11.5.2018 Business Standard: News Now
Ambitious-sounding policy conversations notwithstanding, the actual performance of the state in terms of health and nutrition outcomes leaves much to be desired
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Tracking Pulakeshi Nagar MLA Akhanda Srinivas Murthy 3.5.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
After shifting to Indian National Congress from JDS, the Akhanda Srinivas Murthy is re-contesting in the same seat. »
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D J Halli has 40 Anganwadis to counter malnutrition: Akhanda Srinivas Murthy 3.5.2018 Citizen Matters
In a short interview where he answered questions just to the point, Akhanda Srinivas Murthy rubbishes accusations against him and his brother. »
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Why Chennai Central needs an anti-trafficking help desk 2.5.2018 Citizen Matters, Chennai
A total of 1269 children were rescued in Chennai Central and Egmore railway stations; close monitoring of these train stations would help in preventing incidence of trafficking and faster support for victims. »
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Rising prices of grains, digitisation of PDS records pose challenges for the poor to avail food 3.4.2018 Latest News India on Firstpost
The prices of rice, wheat and pulses have been rising steadily making it more difficult for the poor to buy grain at market price.
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Breast milk bank boon to preterm babies 19.3.2018 Deccan Herald - City
Almost six months after its inception, the citys first human breast milk bank has helped many premature and underweight newborns. So far, 43 newborns across the city have received breast milk from 34 mothers who donated milk to the Amaara Milk Bank, which was set up in October 2017. "Initially, we used to receive only two or three requests a week for breast milk, but now, we get at least three requests a day from across the city for preterm babies," Dr Sreenath S Manikanti, chief neonatologist, who heads the milk bank at Fortis La Femme Hospital. The milk bank has benefited babies from 17 hospitals across the city, including the Indira Gandhi Institute of Child Health. Of the 1,31,380 ml collected by the milk bank in the past six months, 1,02,050 ml has been consumed. Dr Manikanti said that the milk bank focuses on providing breast milk to preterm and underweight babies admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Free of cost "Breast milk is provided free of cost to babies born in poor families, ...
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Centre to adopt state health policies 16.3.2018 General News
The Centre will be adopting the policies and best practices of the states which have been successful in reducing malnutrition and improving health conditions for the National Nutrition Mission (NNM) titled Poshan Abhiyaan.
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On Behalf of Indian Mothers, 40 Gynaecologists and Paediatricians Write to PM on Maternity Benefits 8.3.2018 The Wire

On Women's Day, 40 gynaecologists and paediatricians write an open letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the implementation of maternity entitlements as per the norms of the National Food Security Act 2013.

The post On Behalf of Indian Mothers, 40 Gynaecologists and Paediatricians Write to PM on Maternity Benefits appeared first on The Wire.

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Nagaland outranks rich states in health, gender equity, but jobs a concern 27.2.2018 Business Standard: Front Page Headlines
Almost all or 97% of households in Nagaland have access to electricity, above the national average of 88.2%
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Meghalaya polls: State's development indicators falling as insurgency and poor infrastructure impede progress 26.2.2018 Latest News India on Firstpost
Analysis of Meghalaya's performance on 20 development indicators shows how insurgency and poor infrastructure have impeded its progress.
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Meghalaya: How insurgency and poor infra are pulling the state down 26.2.2018 Latest News
Meghalaya will vote in state elections on February 27; Congress looking to retain its turf as BJP expected to win sizeable number of seats
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Tripura, bastion of CPM, is low on development but high on social and health indices 17.2.2018 Latest News India on Firstpost
Tripura, the north-eastern Indian state that goes to the polls on Sunday, 18 February, 2018, is the bastion of the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPM).
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Tripura elections 2018: Modi says CPM ruined Tripura - Here's a fact check 17.2.2018 Business Standard: Front Page Headlines
Prime Minister Narendra Modi of the BJP has promised a job for every household in Tripura
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Has our fetish for unusual pets gone overboard? 3.2.2018 Hindu: Home
Meet bulldogs on nebulisers, iguanas under UV light and tarantulas in a box
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Ignore Rural Anger at Your Own Peril 15.1.2018 The Wire

The Gujarat election results are a wake-up call for the key political parties, as they gear up to draw strategies for the ensuing elections to three states.

The post Ignore Rural Anger at Your Own Peril appeared first on The Wire.

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Anganwadi workers to picket houses of Union Ministers on January 17 11.1.2018 Hindu: Karnataka
Anganwadi workers, affiliated to the Centre for Indian Trade Unions (CITU), will picket the residence of Union Ministers across the on January 17 to urge them to drop the ‘unscientific’ proposal of e...
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Lured by blood money: on volunteering for clinical trials 30.12.2017 Hindu: Op-Ed
A growing number of people are over-volunteering for clinical trials in order to supplement their income. Priyanka Pulla reports on a disturbing trend that is putting at risk the health of serial volunteers as well as the reliability of trial data
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