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Dengue in Jammu: 88 test positive in 11 days; 336 cases reported since July 18.10.2017 Business Standard: News Now
As many as 88 people were tested positive for dengue during the past 11 days here, taking the total number of such patients in the state since July to 336, officials said. Out of the 88 tested positive for dengue since October 7, 71 are residents of the Jammu district, seven of Sabma, six Kathua, two Udhampur and one each of Rajouri and Doda districts, they said. At 292, Jammu has recorded the highest number of cases since July, when it was first reported this year. It was followed by Kathua (12), Samba (11), Rajouri, Udhampur, Doda (six each), and Poonch and Kishtwar (one each), the officials said. They said one case of dengue was reported from Kashmir. The officials said 2,023 tests were conducted till yesterday and so far 336 people including 111 children and 84 women were tested positive for dengue, while 268 reports are still awaited. However, there was no fresh case of swine flu which claimed three lives in the Jammu region since July, the officials said. Hea
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Plethora of diseases threaten to mar festivities 18.10.2017 Hindu: News
Doctors ask people to stay away from Diwali pollution, urge them to take precautionary measures
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Continuous rain sends Dengue numbers soaring in Hyderabad 17.10.2017 New Kerala: India News
Hyderabad (Telangana) , October 17 : Continuous rainfall over the past few days has sent Dengue numbers soaring in Hyderabad, doctors said on Monday.
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Dengue claims two more lives 17.10.2017 Hindu: News
Two more persons, including a 26-year-old Manipuri woman, have succumbed to dengue in the Capital, even as the number of people affected by the vector-borne disease this season has risen to 5,220, as...
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Swine flu deaths 300% more than Delhi government claims 14.10.2017 Zee News : States
Swine flu has claimed 12 lives, including eight of Delhi residents, in the national capital this year, Health Minister Satyendar Jain has said.
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Delhi district courts lawyers will go on strike tomorrow 12.10.2017 Business Standard: News Now
The lawyers of all six district courts in the national capital will go on a day-long strike tomorrow to protest against alleged misconduct of some judges. "The reasons for calling a complete strike are misconduct of judges with litigants and huge corruption in the judiciary. We have already given the names of erring judges to the High Court but no action has been taken so far," advocate Jaiveer Singh Chauhan, Secretary General of the coordination committee of Delhi bar associations, said. In a unanimous resolution adopted by the Coordination Committee of all District Court Bar Associations here, it was alleged that some judges were repeatedly misbehaving with the lawyers by treating them as subordinates. The strike is likely to paralyse work in all six district courts at Patiala House, Rohini, Saket, Tis Hazari, Dwarka and Karkardooma. Yesterday, the lawyers at the Tis Hazari Court had also gone on a strike to protest against the alleged "rude behaviour" of a ...
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EDMC workers go on indefinite strike over non-payment of dues, people suffer 12.10.2017 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi , October 12 : The East Delhi Municipal Corporation (EDMC) sanitation workers went on an indefinite strike on Thursday over non-payment of dues.
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Recap of the biggest news stories of October 11, 2017 11.10.2017 Zee News : India National
Here's what grabbed headlines on October 11, 2017. 1) Hafiz Saeed will be freed if no evidence is submitted against him: Lahore court
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Delhi govt to bear all expenses on sportspersons as per new draft policy 7.10.2017 News
Kejriwal said a draft of the policy has been prepared and this programme will benefit the youths of rural areas
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Drug to fight Chikungunya virus identified by IIT Roorkee scientists 6.10.2017 News
Chikungunya is becoming a major public health concern with many people being affected by it year after year
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Breakthrough in chikungunya may come from IIT-Roorkee 5.10.2017 All News-IANS Stories
In a move that could lead to a breakthrough in combating chikungunya, the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)-Roorkee has claimed to have discovered the anti-viral potential of a drug piperazine -- used for worm infections.
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IIT Roorkee researchers work on a drug to combat Chikungunya 5.10.2017 Deccan Herald - News
Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee have discovered the anti-viral potential of the drug piperazine and determined the mechanism to combat the deadly Chikungunya. An infectious viral disease, Chikungunya, is transmitted to humans by mosquitoes infected with virus. The research, recently published in the 'Antiviral Research' a Journal of Elsevier publishing group talks about the potential of piperazine as a pharmacotherapeutic agents and how binding these molecules to the hydrophobic pocket of capsid protein, present in the Chikungunya virus, offers a new perspective for therapeutic intervention, thereby inhibiting the spread of the virus. Talking about the research, Dr. Shailly Tomar from the Department of Biotechnology at IIT Roorkee, in a press statement, said "Chikungunya is becoming a major public health concern with many people being affected by it year on year. There is no vaccine or antiviral drug available in the market for the cure of chikungunya currently. The treatment ...
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IIT Roorkee researchers working on a drug to combat Chikungunya 5.10.2017 Deccan Herald - National
Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee have discovered the anti-viral potential of the drug piperazine and determined the mechanism to combat the deadly Chikungunya. An infectious viral disease, Chikungunya, is transmitted to humans by mosquitoes infected with virus. The research, recently published in the 'Antiviral Research' a Journal of Elsevier publishing group talks about the potential of piperazine as a pharmacotherapeutic agents and how binding these molecules to the hydrophobic pocket of capsid protein, present in the Chikungunya virus, offers a new perspective for therapeutic intervention, thereby inhibiting the spread of the virus. Talking about the research, Dr. Shailly Tomar from the Department of Biotechnology at IIT Roorkee, in a press statement, said: "Chikungunya is becoming a major public health concern with many people being affected by it year on year. There is no vaccine or antiviral drug available in the market for the cure of chikungunya currently. The treatment ...
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Boy kills grandmother 5.10.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Rome, Oct 5 (IANS/AKI) A boy accidentally killed his 67-year-old grandmother in southern Italy with his father's licensed hunting rifle.
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Love jihad a fact in Kerala: Yogi Adityanath 5.10.2017 Hindu: Kerala
Most of the victims of political violence belong to Dalit and backward communities, says Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister
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‘Love jihad’ a realityin Kerala: Adityanath 4.10.2017 Hindu: Home
‘Jihadism, Lal Salaam alien to State’
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Yogi hits back, asks Kerala to learn from UP's record on healthcare 4.10.2017 Business Standard: Front Page Headlines
CPI (M) scoffs at Adityanath says BJP trying to divert attention from 'discontent' against Modi govt
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Left's nature to grab power at gunpoint,says Adityanath in Kerala 4.10.2017 deccanherald.com
The BJP today deployed Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in Kerala to rally public support for its campaign against the ruling CPI(M) over the political killings of saffron workers, with the leader alleging that it is the Lefts nature to grab power at gunpoint. Joining the Jan Raksha (protect the people) march, launched by BJP chief Amit Shah yesterday to highlight the CPI(M)s alleged violence against BJP and RSS workers, Adityanath claimed that the Gods own country, a reference to Kerala, has been witnessing political violence sponsored by the ruling party. "It is in the nature of the Left party to grab power at gunpoint," he told PTI. He also hit back after the CPI(M) asked him to draw a lesson on running government hospitals from Kerala, claiming that Uttar Pradesh effectively dealt with the threat of dengue and chikungunya while over 300 people have died of dengue in Kerala. The death of a large number of children in government hospitals in Uttar Pradesh, especially in Gorakhpur, recently ...
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'Burning' Kundli landfill endangers health of locals 4.10.2017 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi , October 3 : The Kundli garbage landfill, which is said to be burning for more than 35 years despite the National Green Tribunal's (NGT) has imposed a nationwide ban on the burning of bulk waste in open spaces.
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Tunisian killer lived in Italian town 3.10.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Rome, Oct 3 (IANS/AKI) A Tunisian suspected jihadist who stabbed to death two women in the French city of Marseille at the weekend had an Italian wife and lived for a time in Italy's Aprilia town.
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