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शुक्रवार, 28 नवंबर 2014

The way of the news, in her words

The way of the news, in her words
 - This award was instituted in 1982 at a time when India's media skies were opening up to new horizons, even while women were struggling to make ...

Fight corruption with the Ungli gang

Fight corruption with the Ungli gang
 - Karan Johar's Ungli mirrors the angst of young India and their desperation for ... Randeep is disappointed with the sluggish education system of India.

Young adults not concerned about obesity

Young adults not concerned about obesity
 - The most worrisome fact is that the young, Indian male population does not view obesity as a health hazard, but view it only as a matter of size and ...

Study shows how mentally ill women in India go through a vicious cycle

Study shows how mentally ill women in India go through a vicious cycle
 - It's unknown what percentage of India's homeless population is mentally ill. ... with the Indian National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences.

5 vitamins the body needs in winter

5 vitamins the body needs in winter
 - Along with enjoying the cold climate, winter also brings along a few health conditions that need to be tackled. A regular intake of these five essential ...

India to raise smoking age

India to raise smoking age
 - Health campaigners have welcomed India's plans to raise the age for tobacco purchases to 25 and ban unpackaged cigarettes, hailing them as a ...

School children in India lack in physical health and fitness, shows national study

School children in India lack in physical health and fitness, shows national study
  - The present generation of schoolchildren in India, regardless of age group or gender, seem to be heading towards an unhealthy future. Their health ...

India vows to register all births, deaths by 2020

India vows to register all births, deaths by 2020
 - The minister told the delegates that the Office of the Registrar General, India was in touch with all stakeholders in the CRVS such as health, planning ...

Menace on the Menu: Development and the Globalization of Servitude

Menace on the Menu: Development and the Globalization of Servitude
 - Moreover, over half of the population in India practices open defecation, a major health hazard, compared with less than 10% in Bangladesh.

The right smoke signals

The right smoke signals
 - In recent decades, India's healthcare policy can scarcely be described as pro-poor. Caught between the proliferation of expensive private hospitals ...

40% of children in India do not have a healthy BMI: study

40% of children in India do not have a healthy BMI: study
 - School children in the country are lagging in health and fitness parameters with 40% of kids not having a healthy BMI and required endurance levels, ...

Kyrgyzstan: UN rights experts urge Parliament to withdraw anti-gay bill

Kyrgyzstan: UN rights experts urge Parliament to withdraw anti-gay bill
 - “Instead of adopting legislation which de facto condemns lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities to silence, the authorities ...

The New Case for LGBT Rights: Economics

The New Case for LGBT Rights: Economics
 - And now, it's informing an emerging argument for LGBT inclusion: Unequal treatment of LGBT people, as it turns out, can cause economic harm, ...

Take shower selfie challenge to fight AIDS

Take shower selfie challenge to fight AIDS
 - If you are done with the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, pull up your shirts for the HIV Shower Selfie Challenge. Reality TV star and AIDS activist Jack ...

Only three in 10 Americans have HIV under control, says government report

Only three in 10 Americans have HIV under control, says government report
 - The report by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that 840,000 of the 1.2 million people infected with HIV in 2011 were ...

Indian sterilization targets remain in all but name, critics say

Indian sterilization targets remain in all but name, critics say
 - 20 years on and targets remain in all but name, say doctors, healthcare workers and family ... In recent years, the vast majority have been women.