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सोमवार, 20 अक्टूबर 2014

West Bengal turns into new haven for terrorist activities

West Bengal turns into new haven for terrorist activities
 - They recruited young men and women and set up several illegal madrasas in order to introduce their radical philosophy among the minority ...

Is your work-life balance in the doldrums?

Is your work-life balance in the doldrums?
 - The two firms recently announced that they would pick up the tab if female employees opted to get their eggs frozen for future use. The move, though ...

Narendra Modi government asks states to recruit 33% women in police forces

Narendra Modi government asks states to recruit 33% women in police forces
 - The Centre has asked all states to see to it that women make up 33% of their police forces. Addressing a function here on the occasion of the foundation day of the Indian Women's Press Corps, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh said that an advisory has been sent to all states, Union Territories and Central Armed Police Forces to recruit 33% women in their ranks.

Pushing women scientists

Pushing women scientists
 - Ask anyone to name an Indian scientist and the answer is likely to be a man, and not a woman scientist. To let more people know about the unsung ...

UNWomen launches HeForShe Campaign in India

UNWomen launches HeForShe Campaign in India
 - New Delhi, India: A press release by UN Women, dated: 17th October 2014 says that the UN body for women is launching the HeForShe campaign in India during the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT Delhi ) Rendezvous Festival in which this year’s theme is SHE, a social awareness campaign. UN Women believes that it is critical to engage all stakeholders in support of women’s rights, including the active participation of men and boys. On Saturday 18th October 2014 at 3pm, at the campaign will be officially launched in India by the H.E Minister Mrs Maneka Sanjay Gandhi, Ministry of Women and Child Development




Legalisation of prostitution will help protect vulnerable women in India

Legalisation of prostitution will help protect vulnerable women in India
 - In India, prostitution is estimated to be an 8.4billion dollar industry. Taxing it ... The prostitutes are also required to maintain health cards.




Indian states lag behind in treatment, diagnosis of AIDS

Indian states lag behind in treatment, diagnosis of AIDS
 - A recent meeting of the health ministry on tackling HIV and TB unveiled a gloomy picture.About a dozen states, including Uttar Pradesh, Madhya ...

Heavily polluted India launches national air quality index

Heavily polluted India launches national air quality index
 - A World Health Organization (WHO) study of 1,600 cities released in May ... Thirteen of the dirtiest 20 cities worldwide were in India, the WHO said.

Chickens double in size over 50 years but carry health risks

Chickens double in size over 50 years but carry health risks
 - Contract farming started in India in the early 1960s, taking over from multi-breed coops with birds of various ages. It involves the industrialized ...

Bill to regulate surrogacy, IVR soon in India; foreigners to be barred

Bill to regulate surrogacy, IVR soon in India; foreigners to be barred
 - In view of the new development in the surrogacy market, the Health Ministry has ... The Bill states that health insurance and regular tests will be make ...

US institute to fund study on diabetes, depression

US institute to fund study on diabetes, depression
 - The U.S.-based National Institutes of Health (NIH) will fund a study on providing better care for people suffering from diabetes and depression in India.

Fatty foods may harm men more than women

Fatty foods may harm men more than women
 - Those differences in the brain lead to greater inflammation and increased health risks in males who indulge in fatty foods in comparison to females.

APJ Abdul Kalam stresses need for poverty-free Saarc region

APJ Abdul Kalam stresses need for poverty-free Saarc region
 - About the Bangladesh-India multidimensional relations, Abdul Kalam said both countries have long-shared history and culture. Focusing on the trade ...

LGBT Community Thanks Pope Francis for Calling them 'Gifted', Celebrates Success of ...

LGBT Community Thanks Pope Francis for Calling them 'Gifted', Celebrates Success of ...
 - However, the most remarkable recognition for the LGBT community in ... a gay actor from India, joining in to share his coming out story with the world ...

Indian states lag behind in treatment, diagnosis of AIDS

Indian states lag behind in treatment, diagnosis of AIDS
 - A recent meeting of the health ministry on tackling HIV and TB unveiled a gloomy picture.About a dozen states, including Uttar Pradesh, Madhya ...