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Scarlett Johansson, Brangelina urge fans to help Haiti victims 15.1.2010 Financial Express
Scarlett Johansson, Brangelina urge fans to help Haiti victims
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Government schemes in Jharkhand for leprosy patients 15.1.2010 Oneindia.in: News
Dhanbad , Jan 15 (ANI): The leprosy-affected people of Gandhigram colony of Dhanbad district in Jharkhand are being given assistance through various schemes launched by the Central Government.
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It became increasingly, brutally clear: Port-au-Prince is a tomb 15.1.2010 The Guardian -- World Latest
A few survivors were being dug out of the ruins – rare moments of joy amid the worsening horrors that are overwhelming rescue workers Some were left beside the rubble, others were shrouded under sheets and lined up in rows, others were packed and stacked in pick-up trucks: there was no escaping the dead of Port-au-Prince today. The general hospital, its services all but collapsed, became host to a growing army of corpses. Carried, dragged and wheeled there, their ranks swelled by the hour, from dozens to hundreds to over a thousand. "I can't say how many more bodies will be brought here," the hospital director, Guy LaRoche, told Reuters. Burial was a task for another day while there were still living souls to be dug out from the heaps of ...
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'Extremely critical', Basu on dialysis 15.1.2010 Telegraph: Front Page
Calcutta, Jan. 14: Jyoti Basu's condition turned "extremely critical" today, forcing doctors to put him on dialysis and augment the support system for his lungs, cardiovascular system and central nervous system.
Aid workers in Haiti face 'logistical nightmare' 15.1.2010 Sify News
Roads full of hungry, homeless people. An estimated 50,000 dead. A ruined port and an overwhelmed airport. Hundreds of crumpled buildings and little heavy machinery. Few working phones.
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UN starts food distribution in Haiti 14.1.2010 New Kerala: World News
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Major economic risks facing the world 14.1.2010 Rediff: Business
Strong worries over further asset bubbles, underinvestment in infrastructure, falling government finances, and the consequent danger to economies to sink into full-fledged debt crises are some of the top threats facing the world in 2010, the World Economic Forum said on Thursday.
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3 die of malaria in Bellary 14.1.2010 TOI: All Headlines
3 die of malaria in Bellary
State wants Central team to study fever situation 14.1.2010 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
90 per cent of cases caused by common viral infections: report
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State wants Central team to study fever situation 14.1.2010 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu has asked for a Central team to be deputed to independently study the ‘fever’ situation in the State. According to the government’s report, 90 per cent of the fever cases are caused by common viral ...
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High incidence of cancer in Kuttanad: survey 14.1.2010 Hindu: Kerala
ALAPPUZHA: A cancer survey in the Kainakary panchayat of the water-logged Kuttanad, conducted in the wake of media reports on an increased prevalence of the disease in the region, has indicated continuing non-availability of pure drinking ...
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Water contamination rampant 13.1.2010 Deccan Herald: City
Water contamination rampant
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Landscaping needs more attention 12.1.2010 New Indian Express
Landscaping needs more attention
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Even a little lead may damage kids' kidneys 12.1.2010 New Kerala: Health News
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Old age and good health can go hand in hand Pondy PULSE 12.1.2010 Hindu: Other States
There are more senior citizens leading an active life in Puducherry
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Lack of sanitation dogs polio eradication 11.1.2010 Mint: Indicators
The polio virus is carried in faecal matter and enters the body through contaminated food or water
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Better health numbers for 2010 11.1.2010 Mint: Latest
Stop relying on a weighing scale. Instead, adopt two healthier numbers: waist-hip ratio and body fat percentage score
Control kidney disease through diet 11.1.2010 TOI: All Headlines
Control kidney disease through diet
Warning over claims of stem cell cures 11.1.2010 The Guardian -- Front Page
Scientists fear public confidence in their work risks being undermined by clinics selling bogus treatments Insufficient safeguards exist to stop desperate patients being exploited by clinics offering unproven stem cell cures, scientists and patients' groups warn as a Harley Street doctor goes before the General Medical Council accused of misconduct. The doctor, ­Robert Trossel, is accused of sending patients from the UK to his Rotterdam clinic, where for up to £12,000 they could be injected with stem cells to help halt degenerative diseases such as multiple sclerosis. It has been suggested that Trossel's clinic was supplied by another firm, Advanced Cell Therapeutics, which offered to inject 400 booked patients in offshore waters on a ...
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Nurturing creative minds 11.1.2010 Asian Age: Delhi
Nidhi Sethi The Asian Age They have the ability to shape the world. They can bring order to chaos. They think out-of-the-box. They are technogeeks. The capital saw a melange of such minds ranging from good to mediocre showcase their innovative and creative ideas at IIT Delhi. National Geographic Channel’s "Yamaha Shaping the Future" aimed at discovering potential and relevant innovations that could lead to technological or scientific breakthroughs. Making a debut this year, the programme received over 400 well-researched ideas from across the country. Of which 18 ideas were shortlisted for the national finals. Those 18 finalists presented their innovations ranging from a water bike to a homemade biopesticide to learning software; ...
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