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शुक्रवार, 11 अक्तूबर 2019

Bust myths about sex education

... as she intently looked into the "gender component of slavery, where women ... "Ours is the first digital initiative in India, in Hindi and English that provides ... sex educators, sexual reproductive health services and young people".


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These charts show the key gender gaps that spike Africa's poverty challenge

Last year, Nigeria overtook India as the country with the most extreme poor ... Without the required skills, women's access to work opportunities and, ...


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Abbott India hits all-time high, surges 35% in two months

Net sales grew 18.2 per cent YoY to Rs 999 crore on the back of strong growth in women healthcare care segments. EBIDTA (earnings before interest, ...


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Your guide to tackling obesity

... observed to be on a rise in India, particularly among women and children. ... It is also advisable to get regular health checkups where the nutritional ...


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Does India have the vision to tackle blindness?

Health Issues India has reported previously on commonplace conditions ... those with low incomes, women, older people, people with disabilities, ...


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Can women fix punctures? You must be kidding

After long years of battling amused stares and plain bias, Indian women ... “Around 53% of drivers suffer from some health issues, while 23% battle ...


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The changing narrative around men in Indian advertising

“In the world of Indian content, while women's storylines have evolved, men's ... Change is coming, though, as we've seen in some recent brand work.


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'I don't think there is one Indian cuisine': Australian chef Sarah Todd

Sarah Todd on the diversity of Indian food, the scarcity of female chefs, .... it has always been women cooking in the kitchen and men going to work.


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