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बुधवार, 18 सितंबर 2019

Low-fat meals for AI crew; healthy or cost-effective?

All domestic and international cabin and cockpit crew members of Air India rostered from Mumbai and Delhi will be served special low-fat diet meals ...


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Air India Faces Criticism (Again) for Putting Flight Crew on a 'Low-fat' In-flight Menu

The “special low-fat diet meal” was devised to “provide light and healthy meal with a home (Indian) touch.” Sample meals include a mushroom egg ...


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A gendered view of India's nutrition strategy

The rise in female malnutrition can be countered by integrating a ... correlation with reducing gender-bias and improving girl-child health and nutrition.


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Women in India Are Creating the Menstrual Products They Need

According to a health survey conducted by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare from 2015-16, 57.6% of women in India use sanitary napkins ...


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Health benefits of barley and how to use it

Health benefits of barley and how to use it ... In one study of adult women, eating barley helped in increased stool volume, and stimulated bowel ...


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Women's Health Imaging System Market to Witness Heightened Revenue Growth in the Next Decade

Asia is expected to show high growth rates in the next five years in the global women's health imaging system market. China and India are expected to ...


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Bullying affects mental growth of kids: Indian-American actress

“I've always wanted to work in Indian films but movie-making is a very different business in India. Women are objectified on many levels. I want to ...


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How gender-based violence in India continues to rise

The National Family Health Survey (NFHS-4) suggests that 30 percent women in India in the age group of 15-49 have experienced physical violence ...


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