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गुरुवार, 19 सितंबर 2019

India's tag-meets-rugby sport kabbadi mints millionaires

"Even if you work for 50 years of your life, you will never get a financial benefit like you do while playing ... India's women also lost to Iran in the final.


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Niine: Focussed on Quality and Safety

Indian women need access to safe menstrual hygiene for improvement in their health and to minimize cases of rising infertility caused by poor hygiene ...


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Nutritional value and its top five health benefits

Nutritional value and its top five health benefits ... In a particular study, women who ate fresh or peeled apples lost less calcium from ...


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'No easy fix to sanitation woes, India an exemplar': Bill Gates

In villages in India, a lot has been done by women's groups, who get ... the parts of India with a large burden and where the health services needed the ...


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Meet these 5 interior designers who are creating meaningful spaces

According to the National Design Competitiveness Power 2008 report, India ranked ... The Indian design industry is on a maturity curve right now. ... the Femina Women's Super-Achievers Awards in 2018 for her outstanding work in ...


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The gameplan for football brands: more China, India, women and tech

While Arsenal wants to develop the sport through social media, alongside charity work and fan engagement in the region, there's no question such ...


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“Water Aunties”: A boon to rural India?

By combining community health with women's empowerment, they have devised a system in which local women act as “water aunties”, helping to ...


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Malnutrition leading risk factor for death in under-5 children

The study also captured the maternal health which found the prevalence of anaemia in women at 54% in India in 2017, ranging from 28% in Mizoram ...


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