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WB: 30 patients with cholera symptoms admitted hospital 28.7.2014 Zee News : States
Thirty people including children with cholera symptoms were admitted to a primary health centre and nearby medical camps at Tatar village in West Medinipur district, a medical officer said Monday.
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30 patients with cholera symptoms hospitalised in Medinipur 28.7.2014 Hindu: News
Thirty people including children with cholera symptoms were admitted to a primary health centre and nearby medical camps at Tatar village in West Medinipur district, a medical officer said on Mond...
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New water testing facility to help check contamination 28.7.2014 Ranchi - City - The Times of India
Now any citizen of the state can check physical, chemical or biological contamination in water by paying a fee of Rs.1600.
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Breaking the myth behind Coastal Thermal Power Plants 28.7.2014 India Together - Environment

It is often believed that coal-based power plants near the coast, by virtue of their proximity to the sea, do not create any pressure on water resources. Shripad Dharmadhikary’s visit to Krishnapattanam in Andhra Pradesh and parts of Tamil Nadu exposes the fallacy in that.

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Youngsters more prone to hepatitis, say docs 28.7.2014 DNA: Opinion
Pune: If you think you are safe from Hepatitis-you need to reconsider. According to a research conducted by World Health Organization's (WHO), 2 billion people have been infected with hepatitis B (HBV) and more than 150 million have chronic Hepatitis B infection. In addition, over 170 million have chronic Hepatitis C infection. As per the study by an independent laboratory of the city, it is estimated that 20 million Indians are Hepatitis B carriers and about 8 million have Hepatitis C infection. Hepatitis being a silent killer and damaging the liver cells, causes 50 per cent of chronic liver diseases like liver cirrhosis leading to death of at least 10 per cent of people. "Hepatitis B and C are tough to detect and often get detected when at a severe stage. Accurate diagnosis lacks in many cases, where the liver damage becomes severe enough to require a transplant. In India there are only four centers where the transplant can happen but costs more than Rs35 lakh. Thus, early precautions and diagnosis is ...
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Lack of GVMC funding stalls Hepatitis B eradication project 28.7.2014 TOI: All Headlines
Lack of GVMC funding stalls Hepatitis B eradication project
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People's problems 28.7.2014 deccanherald.com
Desilt clogged stormwater drain The drainage on 15th 'H' Cross in Muthyalanagar behind JPPark was desilted on June 26. However, the mud removed from the drainage was dumped on the road side and it has not been removed even to this day. Rain water has washed away this mud into the drainage, blocking the SWD. The drainage has turned into a mosquito breeding ground on account of stagnation of water. The residents here face the threat of vector-borne diseases. Hope the authorities concerned will wake up at the earliest. Sumanth Kini Construct platform at railway station It has become a herculean task for the travellers to board/alight trains at the newly opened Krishnadevaraya Halt Station, Hampinagar. The South Western Railway has not constructed a platform here. Children, senior citizens and women are finding it very difficult to board/alight trains here. The Railway authorities are requested to construct a platform in the station at the earliest. Also, it would of immense help if a stoppage is given at ...
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Nationalist Congress Party meet turns ugly, city chief's son thrashed 28.7.2014 Nagpur News, Nagpur City News | Cities News - Times of India
Factionalism in Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) marred deputy chief minister Ajit Pawar's visit to the city on ...
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Only 20% Gurgaonites receive Hepatitis vaccination: Doctors 28.7.2014 Gurgaon - City - The Times of India
There are five different hepatitis viruses, A, B, C, D and E.Most of these cause short-term or acute infection.
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Gastroenteritis cases on the rise, doctors issue health warning 28.7.2014 Thane - City - The Times of India
City doctors are advising people to do away with junk and outside food and embrace healthy diet to combat gastroenteritis during this ...
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Companies proclaim water the next oil in a rush to turn resources into profit 27.7.2014 The Guardian -- Front Page

Mammoth companies are trying to collect water that all life needs and charge for it as they would for other natural resources

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Bacteria can help find alien life 27.7.2014 All News-IANS Stories
A discovery on how bacteria interact with salt to build complex three-dimensional shelters to hibernate has led scientists to believe that the micro-organisms can help find signs of life on other planets.
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Bacteria can help find alien life 27.7.2014 Zee News : Science and Technology
A discovery on how bacteria interact with salt to build complex three-dimensional shelters to hibernate has led scientists to believe that the micro-organisms can help find signs of life on other planets.
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Experts advise vaccination against hepatitis 27.7.2014 Pune News, Pune City News | Cities News - Times of India
Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver, most commonly caused by a viral infection. Hepatitis is of great concern because of the burden of illness and death it causes, say ...
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Bacteria can help find alien life 27.7.2014 New Kerala: Technology
London, July 27 : A discovery on how bacteria interact with salt to build complex three-dimensional shelters to hibernate has led scientists to believe that the micro-organisms can help find signs of life on other planets.
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Three exoplanets nearly dry 27.7.2014 Hindu: Home
The planets were expected to have lots of water in them
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Choolaimedu school gets RO plant 27.7.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Choolaimedu school gets RO plant
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Attention CM 27.7.2014 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Attention CM
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Bio-filter, an environmentally sustainable technology for waste water treatment: Expert 27.7.2014 Mangalore - City - The Times of India
Bio-filter is emerging as an environmentally sustainable, economically viable and socially acceptable technology for waste water treatment.
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Thousands gather at Ammamandapam 27.7.2014 Hindu: Cities
Devotees perform puja, rituals for ancestors on Aadi Amavasai
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