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'Indians obese but hunger a concern,' says UN report 17.7.2019 The Asian Age | Home
In India, the number of undernourished people declined from 253.9 million in 2004-06 to 194.4 million in 2016-18.
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Congresswomen hit back after 'racist' Donald Trump tirade 17.7.2019 The Asian Age | Home
Trump was simply trying to distract with his "blatantly racist attack" on the four women of color, Omar said.
Experts panel to probe HIV discrimination case 17.7.2019 The Shillong Times
SHILLONG: Following the order of the state government to constitute an inquiry committee to probe the allegations of discrimination against HIV patients, the Joint Director, who is in-charge of Shillong Civil Hospital, WW Phira said the committee would constitute experts from the hospital and submit its findings as soon as possible. He, however, said according […]
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More Indians becoming obese, number of undernourished in India decline: UN report 17.7.2019 PTI: All news
More Indians becoming obese, number of undernourished in India decline: UN report
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Australian sentenced to probation in air rage incident 17.7.2019 PTI: All news
Australian sentenced to probation in air rage incident
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Pre-term birth impact baby’s love life in adulthood 17.7.2019 The Shillong Times
Researchers have found that babies who were born pre-term are less likely to form romantic relationships, have sexual relations or experience parenthood than those who were born full term, a new study shoes. According to a recent report by the WHO, India is the leading country of preterm births where babies are born before completed […]
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WHO finds market baby foods too much sugary 17.7.2019 The Shillong Times
Baby foods on market generally contain too much sugar, posing a source of health concern, a new report by the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said. The United Nations specialised agency on public health based the conclusion on an examination by its European office of about 8,000 baby food products on shelf between November 2017 […]
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More Indians obese but fewer undernourished: FAO 17.7.2019 The Shillong Times
More Indians are getting fatter but fewer are undernourished as the nation goes from lessening the impact of hunger to developing the new health issue of obesity, according to the Food and Agriculture Organisation. The number of obese adults has gone up in India from 24.1 million in 2012 to 32.8 million in 2016, according […]
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Naturalist puts environment back on curriculum, grooms eco-warriors 17.7.2019 The Asian Age | Home
In the ICSE syllabus for Class 4 students on environment, there is a chapter on sparrows and saving them by creating nests based on Rakesh's work.
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India, UK to boost trade in food, healthcare 17.7.2019 Business – The Navhind Times
UNI London India and the UK have launched three new working groups to surmount barriers to bilateral trade in food and drink, life sciences and healthcare, and digital and data services. These working groups, to be run by the UK India Business Council with business chambers CII and FICCI, will identify  solutions to the key …
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Rosary HS, Bethany Convent, Holy Spirit Institute progress to next round 17.7.2019 Sports – The Navhind Times
NT NETWORK Fatorda Rosary High School, Navelim, Bethany Convent High School, Sao Jose de Areal and Holy Spirit Institute, Margao advanced to next round of Subroto Mukherjee Cup football tournament for boys under-17 after registering wins in their respective matches played at artificial turf grounds, Fatorda–Margao, on Tuesday. In the day’s first match, Rosary HS …
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Nation’s Progress Lies In Children’s Progress 17.7.2019 Commentary – The Navhind Times
AMIT KAPOOR A society’s future is inextricably intertwined with its children. How they survive, grow and thrive determine its developmental prospects since the world of tomorrow will inherit the children of today. So, investing in our children’s future makes for a compelling argument besides it being a moral imperative. A region that provides its children …
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NGT says polluting industries not allowed in residential area 17.7.2019 National News – The Navhind Times
PTI New Delhi It noted that Girna river receives huge pollution from activities in Malegaon and use of plastic wastes by these industries is a contributor to the damage to the environment. Polluting industries cannot be allowed in a residential area and authorities have to enforce appropriate regulatory measures, NGT has said while constituting a …
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Designed in UK Made in India is two countries partnership strategy: Goyal 16.7.2019 Central Chronicle
New Delhi, Designed in UK and Made in India’ is the strategy for India-UK partnership in research and services, Union Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal has said. Mr Goyal said this joint initiative will expand the economic and commercial ties of India and the UK. Both the countries are bound by a strong shared […]
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CSC have large potential to grow : Prasad 16.7.2019 Central Chronicle
Agencies, New Delhi Union Electronics and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Tuesday said Common Service Centres (CSCs) have the potential to grow exponentially to do financial transactions of Rs 3 lakh crore in next five years. Addressing the CSC women Village Level Entrepreneurs (VLE) workshop here, Mr Prasad said the CSC model has become […]
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More Indians obese but fewer undernourished: FAO 16.7.2019 The Assam Tribune
More Indians obese but fewer undernourished: FAO
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UN wants more urgency in AIDS fight as gains and funding fade 16.7.2019 DNA
Progress in some countries has been "impressive", a UNAIDS report said, but others are seeing rising numbers of HIV infections and AIDS-related deaths.
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WHO finds market baby foods too much sugary 16.7.2019 Central Chronicle
Copenhagen,  Baby foods on market generally contain too much sugar, posing a source of health concern, a new report by the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said. The United Nations specialised agency on public health based the conclusion on an examination by its European office of about 8,000 baby food products on shelf between November […]
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Zoramthanga is as fit as a fiddle at 75! 16.7.2019 The Assam Tribune
Zoramthanga is as fit as a fiddle at 75!
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Hospitals accused of denying medical care to HIV patients 16.7.2019 The Assam Tribune
Hospitals accused of denying medical care to HIV patients
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