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Gorakhpur tragedy aside, 981 children die everyday in UP 10.9.2017 TOI: Cities
Death of children in Uttar Pradesh is much bigger an issue than reflected by the recent tragic incidents of Gorakhpur and Farrukhabad.
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"Hidden" hunger crisis in Congo pushing it closer to famine 14.8.2017 TOI: Intl Business
CONGO-CONFLICT/HUNGER:"Hidden" hunger crisis in Congo pushing it closer to famine
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Poor access to anti-fungal drugs: PGI doctor 2.8.2017 TOI: Chandigarh Times
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Andaman crisis 9.5.2017 FrontLine: Home
The book is a laudable attempt to raise awareness about the adverse impact of development on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands and its indigenous people. By S. GOPIKRISHNA WARRIER
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‘Tsunami of non-communicable diseases is approaching’ 4.2.2017 Hindu: National
“A tsunami of non-communicable diseases (NCD) is about to hit us and it is imperative to prevent it from happening,” cautioned Prathap C. Reddy, cardiologist and founder of Apollo Hospitals. He was s...
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Demonetisation equivalent of 'Financial Pokhran', Rs 2000 rupee note must be phased out: Gurumurthy 12.12.2016 News
Gurumurthy said when people have excess cash there is always an urge to buy things which are not necessary
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7 warning signs of cancer you shouldn't ignore 25.10.2016 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
Sore throat, lumps and unusual bleeding are just some of the signs you shouldn't ignore, says oncologist Dr P Jagannath.
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Pre-Neolithic Sentinelese tribe in Andamans back in focus (August 9 is International Day of the Indigenous Peoples) 9.8.2016 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Aug 9 : They live about 58 km from Port Blair on the North Sentinel island of the Andaman and Nicobar. But the pre-neolithic Sentinelese tribe is far removed from modern civilisation. And they can be extremely violent with outsiders.
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Pre-Neolithic Sentinelese tribe in Andamans back in focus (August 9 is International Day of the Indigenous Peoples) 9.8.2016 All News-IANS Stories
They live about 58 km from Port Blair on the North Sentinel island of the Andaman and Nicobar. But the pre-neolithic Sentinelese tribe is far removed from modern civilisation. And they can be extremely violent with outsiders.
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Parliament Live: RS passes CAMPA, Lokpal amendment and Lokayukta bills 28.7.2016 FirstPost: Politics

BJP's Parliamentary Committee met before business on Tuesday, the seventh day of the Monsoon Session of Parliament, to discuss how to beat the stalemate on Goods and Services Tax (GST) bill.

The post Parliament Live: RS passes CAMPA, Lokpal amendment and Lokayukta bills appeared first on Firstpost.

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9 ways we can transform the mental health scene in India 8.7.2016 DNA: Health
What could a hypothetical Ministry of Mental Health do?
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Environment, development, conflicts confront new UNEP head 2.7.2016 New Kerala: India News
A frightening but most authoritative report on the state of the environment released by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in May 2016 was eclipsed in the bedlam of terrorist attacks, tsunami of migration, the shocking Brexit and power plays in the South China Sea.
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Environment, development, conflicts confront new UNEP head (Comment, Special to IANS) 2.7.2016 All News-IANS Stories
A frightening but most authoritative report on the state of the environment released by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in May 2016 was eclipsed in the bedlam of terrorist attacks, tsunami of migration, the shocking Brexit and power ...
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Hospital pledges to fight non-communicable diseases across State 29.5.2016 Hindu: Cities
Will conduct camps in 17 States throughout country
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Netherlands gives green light for growing human embryos 28.5.2016 The Guardian -- Front Page

Dutch government sanctions ‘limited research’ to help infertile couples and to tackle hereditary or congenital diseases

The Dutch government has announced it wants to allow growing human embryos “under strict and limited conditions” for scientific research, thereby giving hope to parents struggling to conceive.

The Dutch health minister, Edith Schippers, said she “wants to allow the creation of embryos for scientific research – and under very strict conditions to give people the possibility of (healthy) children”.

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Hospital pledges to fight non-communicable diseases 28.5.2016 Hindu: Chennai
Will conduct camps in 17 States throughout country
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Senior moments for baby boomers 24.4.2016 All Beyond Business Stories
Michael Kinsley's Old Age is attractively designed and just the right size to slip into one's pocket or purse
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'Groynes Have to be Built Under Technical Supervision' 7.4.2016 newindianexpress.com
The report has already been submitted to the Department of Environment and is awaiting approval.
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Braving the odds 10.3.2016 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Braving the odds
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Doctors call for national prevention programme to stop ‘diabetes tsunami’ 29.2.2016 TOI: Cities
Terming the growing epidemic of diabetes as a “public health tsunami,” doctors have called for drastic steps through national prevention programmes to stop social, economic and health challenges that are likely to ...
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