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AV Organics launches Evocus 24.1.2020 Projects Monitor

Evocus contains 70-plus natural minerals imparting its unique black colour Provides superior hydration, better detoxification, improved metabolism and heightened alertness The Company has invested $1 million in setting up a fully-automated manufacturing and bottling plant in Vadodara Hyderabad, 23rd January 2020: A.V. Organics – a Vadodara based indigenous start-up venture – today announced the launch […]

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Drug awareness drive held 12.1.2020 Manipur: E-Pao
Drug awareness drive held
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Stay safe this monsoon 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
It’s been a bit since the rains have hit our city and the clouds have been generous so far. So did you soak yourself in the first showers of these monsoons? Or take a stroll down your lane and let the pleasant breeze hit your face? The sudden change in weather that this season brings is always welcome; specially post the scorching summer heat. But while the monsoon comes as an awaited season round the year, it is also a fertile one for most germs and diseases to spread. With a few precautions, you can enjoy a healthy monsoon.  Watch the water: Come rains and water borne diseases are always on a surge. Boil or filter it, but ensure that you consume water that is absolutely clean. Prevent the purchase of water from outside, however, if it is essential pick up packaged drinking water only. “It is important to clean your filter often. Majority of the people never do this,” says Mumbai based physician Dr. Jay Vora. A heavy downpour leads to water that often remains stagnant and becomes a breeding ground for ...
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Health Hazard 11.1.2020 Central Chronicle
After the flood devastation of almost of entire State the Kerala is facing the another calamity of peculiar epidemic of rat fever – leptospirosis. About 200 people are affected and 30 dead so far. Its symptoms are body ache and high fever. The danger of cholera and typhoid are also looming large on Kerala. The saying of miseries never come alone in prevailing in the state. Those who have been brought to relief camps are getting medial help but those who are still away are living at high risk health hazard. Many cattle heads and other creatures like rats, cats, dogs etc. have perished and now its caracas are decaying in mud water. The Government, private organizations and volunteers are there in the state helping the people to overcome the tragedy. But the magnitude of the situation is so wide and deep that it is beyond the capacity of the State Government to deal with it alone. The State has to be rebuilt again. The rehabilitation have to be total in action as nothing has remained in the house. ...
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Death of over 100 infants in Kota hospital points to a pan-Indian problem 10.1.2020 Scroll.in - News that matters
To tackle this, we need to dissect socio-economic problems such as malnutrition, sanitation and immunisation.
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Many families in greater Ghoramari area suffering from cancer 12.12.2019 The Assam Tribune
Many families in greater Ghoramari area suffering from cancer
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Do clusters of holes and cracks scare you? You are not alone 9.12.2019 Scroll.in - News that matters
There is a debate over whether trypophobia is a legitimate condition or just another internet fad.
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Her father’s memories were slipping away. She made him tell stories so that he could hold on to them 7.12.2019 Scroll.in
‘Would these forgotten stories in turn help him reconstruct a sense of self?’
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The secret world of mosquitoes reveals their larger role in our environment 4.12.2019 Scroll.in
Sourcing honeydew from ant vomit to building unique homes in pitcher plants – there may be more to the bugs’ lives than meets the eye.
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Bengaluru Buzz: Drinking water contamination | Bus lane violators fined | Protest by Hulimavu flood-affected..and more 3.12.2019 Citizen Matters
After the recent BIS report, another study has found that drinking water in Bengaluru is severely contaminated. Read more on this and other news from the city over the past week, in our roundup
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Are liberals more likely to be gluten sensitive than conservatives? A US study investigates 25.11.2019 Scroll.in
Media voices ranging from the satirical show Portlandia to commentators on Fox News have poked fun at what they characterise as the gluten-intolerant left.
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India and China are alike in one other way – their toilet revolutions have been incomplete 21.11.2019 Scroll.in
In the rush to become ‘open defecation free’, cities are taking quick fixes that are making matters worse.
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Yoga Research Council made human chain on World Naturopathy-Day 21.11.2019 Central Chronicle
Bhopal, World Naturopathy-Day was celebrated on Monday. Yoga Research Council, a leading institution of Bhopal, organizes many programs for the promotion of natural medicine every year. This year too, the Yoga Research Council made a human chain on the roadside pavement from the Board Office intersection to the DB Mall on Monday. In addition to […]
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How can Chennai keep dengue at bay this rainy season? 1.11.2019 Citizen Matters, Chennai
Chennai has already recorded the highest number of dengue cases in the state. With fresh spells of rain around the corner, what can citizens do to protect themselves from the disease?
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The West’s myopic policies for eradication of typhoid are coming back to haunt it 30.10.2019 Scroll.in
Drug-resistant variants of the deadly disease are spreading across international borders. Should rich countries be surprised?
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Climate change Banana trees slowly disappearing 29.10.2019 Manipur: E-Pao
Climate change Banana trees slowly disappearing
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Encourage farmers for organic farming: Governor 24.10.2019 Central Chronicle
Bhopal, The Governor Lalji Tandon has urged the agriculture degree holder students to make efforts to bring revolution in the agriculture system of the country through techniques and new ideas to ensure desired improvement in the economic condition of the farmers. The Governor Tandon was addressing the 6th Convocation Ceremony of the Rajmata Vijayaraje Scindia […]
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Chennai Buzz: Dengue spike in N Chennai | Treated sewage water for industries | Missing data on trees … and more 6.10.2019 Citizen Matters, Chennai
Catch your weekly round-up of news around the city over the last seven days
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Toxic pollution in Sutlej waters puts one crore lives at stake across three states 6.10.2019 Citizen Matters
Indiscriminate dumping of industrial effluents and untreated municipal waste in the Sutlej river, and various other channels flowing into it, is causing unprecedented incidence of cancer and other health hazards in the three states of Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan.
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The Swachh Bharat Mission has built toilets, but failed to get people to use them 2.10.2019 Scroll.in - News that matters
Due to planning and lack of subsidies, 41% people with sanitation facilities in their houses continue to defecate in the open, says a study.
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