Jonaid Bin Tajuddin Mohammed feels IT is the future in India.
This is the largest study of its type to date.
Naman Pachori a young Entrepreneur is from Rajasthan's Mewad.
Branding, Promotion, and Digital advertising are turning into the need of an hour
Tenzin Tshewang, who is widely known as "Endlesskys" on Insta
“Where there is a will, there is a way”
Offering a huge market opportunity of Rs 1 trillion by 2023
Mr. Roy is Goodwill Ambassador working for IIMSAM, United Nations
She is coming up with her new venture called "Golden Girl Studio"
He has become a motivation for the youngsters on the internet
Big Sugar and Neglect By Global Health Community Fuel Oral Health Crisis
Anu Malik is the man behind some of the record-breaking longest songs of Bollywood!
Google Featured – “Youngest Digital Entrepreneur in World”.
Ministry of Women and Child Development reviews the functioning of OSCs from time to time.
AK is a gifted producer on the rise in music.
His career began to gain traction when he first got in touch with an artist who goes by Joe Blow
Around 70% of women wanted to continue using menstrual cups once they were familiar with how to use
ASSOCHAM Conference-cum-Awards on Diversity and Inclusion
Jugni gathers intelligence by processing data on how unorganized businesses function
More than 820 million people are hungry globally
New estimates find dangerous stagnation of global vaccination rates, due to conflict, inequality, an
Arafath Sheikh is gaining experience under the guidance of MMS on the Praga Karts.
The portable theatre is owned by a Delhi-based entrepreneur who has named it Picture Time.
Media buying on digital platforms has allowed marketers to trace the customers’ journey
Devina Malhotra Chadha is the founder of three times awards fashion
MWOOP is a leading e-commerce site
Parul Garg one of best makeup artist in Gurgaon
Jubin Shah raised in Mumbai
Read How Santwinder Singh Waraich became the most successful fashion influencer
Paradise for carnivores
Fakira sounds unusual name
Afreen was crowned as Miss Delhi, India finalist in 2017
QPF to IMD forecasts, there can be more reliable extreme event forecasts
Motherhood Hospital and Spherule Foundation participated is one of the 40,000 world records
Under T-Series Jay released a Punjabi dance track called ‘Gabru’ which was released in India
Human Cell Atlas project was launched in 2016 as a collaborative effort between scientists
Ghaint Geet currently has over 1.5 million Spotify streams currently
Breaking all odds, a school dropout ends up as an official photographer for 8 Indian President’s
Tuberculosis is a Communicable Disease.
Principal Secretary to CM Sunil Kumar Barnwal ordered action against the hospital management
Expanding access to health services with self-care interventions
Sanfe aims to make # Red Dot Campaign world’s largest platform for sharing period pain stories
Goldman of India wears approximate 5 kgs gold on a daily basis in his entire anatomy
27-year-old business maverick Chad Nutsch has built his 4th multi-million dollar business.
Digital marketing gives a wide exposure to your business.
Harish Pednekar's first celebrity interview was with Shah Rukh Khan during Dilwale
The first-ever website (info.cern.ch) was published on August 6, 1991
The first bullet-baraats on 22 Royal Enfield bikes at his wedding in 2013.
Complaint against surgeons at Pushpanjali Hospital, Gurugram for gross medical negligence, and cover
Automated cryptocode generator is helping secure the web
673 million people still practice open defecation
By 2050, a quarter of the population in European and Northern America could be 65 or over
Electrospraying is commonly used to aerosolize biomolecules from a solution
Among the 7829 women who took part in the study, 397 HIV infections occurred.
Pretomanid, an investigational anti-TB drug, is the subject of a New Drug Application (NDA)
Aniket has practiced in three different IPL sessions and once with the team India
This course will prepare students to apply Physics to tackle these 21st century challenges.
Multiple data and knowledge gaps remain regarding youth’s sexual and reproductive health.
Tobacco smoking is the primary cause for lung cancer
Boys Suffer Even More than Girls
20 million babies were born with a low birthweight (less than 2500g; 5.5 pounds) in 2015
Currently there is no cure for dementia
10% rise in the number of first-time mothers experiencing stress for the last five years- Doctors
Examinations of 3rd and 4th year students were rescheduled to 6th and 7th of this month.
The research by IIT Mandi recently published in the journal of Nanomedicine
The study has been published in journal BMJ Global Health.
A Fake Phone Pe's Account Asks For UPI On Twitter and Steals Money
We live in a society today that respects money and power more than anything else.
Black carbon soot is emitted from gas and diesel engines
The DotBook is slated to be opened for bookings starting March, 2019.
Applications will be accepted till April 8, 2019.
The study has been published in journal Nature Sustainability.
An estimated 558,000 people developed DR-TB in 2017
Milk being a widely consumed stable food
India is facing shortage of high end simulators to handle this growing aviation industry
Spatial cells are key elements of the space mapping circuitry of the brain.
Endometriosis is an abnormal growth of tissues similar to the uterine lining
Researchers have developed a prototype smart phone-based algorithm
NEERI have developed greener version of what are called `bijli’ crackers.
Measuring vulnerability among female sex workers in India using a multidimensional framework
Surveilled compliance with provider-recommended drug treatments will function like a magic pill.
The government provides villages with a trained female Accredited Social Health Activist or ASHA.
Industry-academic collaboration and a good start has been made between IIT Madras and ONGC. ”
mice exposed to alcohol retained a learned fondness for that drug.
children under 5 die due to preventable or treatable
'No wastage of food’ and support under-served people by feeding them.
Rock drumming is a potent intervention for individuals experiencing brain disorders
This source of clean, cheap energy does three things, Suh told .
Urges countries to make additional efforts to limit warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Suicide is the leading cause of death in the 15-39-year age group.
Kidney disease to drink more caffeine may reduce their mortality.
The Society will honour Rajalakshmi with the award on October 2 at Bologna, Italy
This eliminates any risk that the test itself could cause hearing damage
Mindfulness can aid in treating chronic pain: Study Finds
Dr. Martha’s studies have been published in the Journal of The Electrochemical Society
58% of the global burden of Plasmodium vivax malaria
The study’s release comes ahead of the Third United Nations General Assembly
RNAs are genetic material used to synthesise proteins.
A recent study provides an estimate of about 5 lakh people who are forced into begging.
The findings, appearing in the Journal of School Psychology
SimpliciTB will test the efficacy of a four-month treatment with the BPaMZ regimen
TB is among the oldest diseases known to mankind
The PIL is filed by advocate Dr. Ashutosh Garg.
New water purification process can produce 8,000 litres of potable water per day at nominal cost.
Approximately 20 per cent of cancer related deaths are attributed to the syndrome of cachexia
Outcomes of interest will include mortality, antibiotic use and duration of antimicrobial therapy
Breast cancer is not one but 10 or 11 diseases that are distinct molecular entities
'End TB' Strategy and the 'TB Free Chennai initiative that have been rolled out recently.
Approximately 70 000 women die every year because of post-partum haemorrhage
Approximately 70,000 women die every year because of post-partum haemorrhage
Power Gummies carter to today's young and conscious generation
Report contains a comprehensive list of 134 recommendations.
WHO has said routine physical activity is central to life-long health and wellbeing
The study spread over three months involved 50 people aged between 60-81 years
Young woman from Iran battles with Lupus; find hopes in Mumbai
Hib deaths among children who were HIV-infected.
UNICEF, too, has appreciated the achievement.
Adolescents had few sources of information on puberty and sexual and reproductive matters.
UDAYA uses both cross-sectional and longitudinal designs and focuses on unmarried boys
Uttar Pradesh has shown an impressive decline of 30%
Government has opened 92 medical colleges and increased MBBS seats by 15000.
PHCs and CHCs failed to meet the national standards for basic intrapartum care capacity
Physical inactivity is more than a health challenge
Penalty similar to that provided under the Information Technology Act, 2000
The term “health sector” has a discernible market connotation
Tobacco kills over 7 million people each year
Uttar Pradesh government will be responsible for activities
Multiple Sclerosis effectively manage and cope with the disease.
Mother’s advice and information comes with lot of traditional myths and beliefs.
Final figures were 66.4% in favour of the change
`Nipah virus’ in Kozhikode district of Kerala.
The study was conducted in Trivandrum in Kerala, West Godavari and Rishi Valley
Saving lives, spending less: a strategic response to NCDs issues
Healthcare is offered to other patients at affordable rates.
''European Journal of Sciences (EJS)'' & ''European Journal of Social Sciences (EJSS)
Ayushman Bharat- PMRSSM will protect around 50 crore people
Action is needed in low- and middle-income countries
Aims to reach out to all blind schools across India.
Rabies is a viral disease that occurs in more than 150 countries and territories.
Need of the hour is newer therapeutic modalities that are safe and more effective
Pep-I — has higher antiviral activity against chikungunya virus.
India has one of the largest immunization programmes in the world
Country targets to reach 80 million households by 2020.
Dhadkan App is freely available on Google Play Store for the use of doctors and patients.
“How do I work in the Development Sector?” is no longer “Join an NGO”.
Reaching every child: Nearly 13 million children went unvaccinated in 2016
Every two minutes, a child dies of malaria
The course was launched to mark the World Immunisation Week.
Women at 65 and above years of age should definitely undergo screening
The accuracy of this diagnostic method is 89.63%
India now rivals China for among the highest air pollution health burdens in the world
Special cell only for sexual offences or specially for sexual offences on children
A sexual offence is committed against a child in India every 15 minutes
Swasth Bharat Preraks would function as a catalyst for fast tracking the implementation of the Abhiy
Multispeciality hospital, Goregaon has unveiled a privilege health card for senior citizens to get b
Natural forests serve as a gene pool resource and help to maintain ecological balance.
IISc stood first in the university category, followed by JNU and BHU
Antibiotic consumption to increase by 99% in BRICS countries
Antibiotics differ from almost every other class of drugs in one important and dangerous way.
With A Population of 1.32 billion, India Has The Highest Burden Of Tuberculosis.
IIT Madras and Deakin University would form the platform for growth and increased research
Tuberculosis is a highly infectious disease that kills 4.80 lakh people every year in the country
Start-ups In India Are Thriving On Digitalisation, A Millennial Workforce, Unbridled Ambitions
Leaders From Across The Globe Are Converging here for an End TB Summit.
Tobacco kills Over Seven Million People Annually
In a `Living Will' , A Person Can Make A Statement In Advance That Their Life Should Not Be Prolong
Christened the Fabless Chip Design Incubator Program, or FabCI, It Will Be Based In the IIT Hyderaba
Preventive And Primary Health Care Services Have For Long Been In A State Of Neglect In Rajasthan
Babies from the best places to be born up to 50 times less likely to die in the first month of life
PIL was admitted in the Supreme Court in February 2009
Kashmir Valley it is `herath’ meaning `utter surprise’!
MedIoTek has been working on this wearable platform for past four years
#ABCDresearch – anybody can do research
There are two Online Centres already present in Jaipur
The discussion, whose theme was ' Hinduism and Hindutva', was organised by a group of civil servants
GLASS is expected to perform a similar function for common bacterial pathogens
Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak who founded Sulabh International in 1970
The launch of the State of the art new facility in Gurgaon
Funds generated from the marathon will be utilised for the Paediatric Cardiac Surgery department
Typhoid is a serious and sometimes fatal disease spread through contaminated food and water
The study has been published in journal World Development
Cancer is the second largest cause of death worldwide including India
ARC is a coalition of more than 170 civil society organisations and individuals
National Health Policy, 2017 to raise expenditure on health to 2.5% by 2025
100 million still pushed into extreme poverty because of health expenses
India is unique in having almost 80% of quality healthcare in the country
In this randomized study conducted from 2014 to 2016, birth attendants and managers
Farmers need new varieties which are drought and heat resistant.
Genetics loads the gun, lifestyle pulls the trigger
The Mission will be rolled out with a three year budget of Rs.9046.17 crore starting 2017-18.
The Project Will Work Majorly On Improved Building Designs, Low-energy Cooling And Heating.
Sometimes, offshore companies and bank accounts have been used to facilitate the sale of falsified
WHO Global TB Report, 2017 has reported that incidence of TB has reduced
Gglobal TB Burden—40 percent Of People With TB Remain Undiagnosed.
India has a high prevalence of Gestational Diabetes
New therapy on the block: Cell based therapy shows promise in treatment of diabetes
There has been a decline in PM10 values – from 712.1 to 566.6 micrograms and decline in PM2.5 levels
According to an estimate, about 1,900 people die every day due to antibiotic resistant infections
The letter did not move the Indian government, while making waves in Pakistan
The scheme, under which odd number vehicles ply on odd dates and even numbered on even dates, will b
The Air Quality Index touched the 493 mark.
Most common cause of throat infections in humans is S. pyogenes bacteria
WHO has published a list of critically important antimicrobials for human medicine
Exclusive breastfeeding protects infants from pneumonia and diarrhea
MSF treats people with hepatitis C in 11 countries
The food intake of children is changing over time
New drug is derived from a plant called Cissampelos pareira Linn (Cipa)
In 2016, there were an estimated 10.4 million new TB cases worldwide
Paediatric stroke ranges from 1.2 to 13 cases per 100,000 among children below 18 years of age
India is expected to have 297 million adolescents by 2050
Study covered 89 of 100 areas selected for development of smart cities
The mortality of adolescents globally stands at a staggering 1.5 million deaths per year
Study in mice red flags black tea during pregnancy
At current trends, 30 million newborns will die within first 28 days of life between 2017 and 2030
But how silent are so-called silence zones in India?
Cisco has been associated with Akshaya Patra since 2007
The researchers have published their findings in journal Scientific Reports
Juvenile Arthritis (JA) usually affects individuals under 16 years of age
International Day of the Girl Child, celebrated every year on October 11
3.8 million underage mothers 1.4 million had 2 or more children
Survey Report : 10% of the Indian population suffers from Common Mental Disorders
Cerebral Palsy is one of the most common disabilities in childhood
Multidrug-resistant Salmonella typhi has become a major public health problem,
Cholera kills an estimated 95, 000 people and affects 2.9 million more every year.
There were 90,000 fewer infant deaths in 2016 as compared to 2015.
ROTASIIL reduced severe rotavirus diarrhea by more than a third – 39.5 percent over two years.
Hypertension is one of the most common risk factors of Coronary artery diseases
Report is based on comprehensive urban nutrition survey that was carried out by NNMB
Approximately 55% of all abortions from 2010 to 2014 were conducted safely
Researchers did study on 249 individuals living in tribal locations.
GARIMA meetings brought a sea change in her and in the girls of her group
There is no period more critical in a child's development than the first 1,000 days of life
In India, Millions of women lack access to contraceptive options.
Worldwide one case of Alzheimer's is detected every 3.2 seconds
SAKSHI - India’s first surviving 23 week baby was also discharged from the same
What data and evidence do they rely on to make their decisions?
Tobacco, alcohol and other substance use contribute to health concerns among adolescents
Almost equal number of boys and girls under age five died in 2015.
Urgent need for more investment in research and development for antibiotic-resistant infections
Groundbreaking 15-country study released today by the Global Early Adolescent Study
NII scientists are using this strategy to develop the new weapon against cancer of the cervix
India is paying a heavy price because of preventable water-borne diseases
Breast cancer stem cells are resistant to drugs, live longer and proliferate once chemotherapy ends
Rakhi has received numerous threats to her life in her fight to eliminate human trafficking
Global hunger appears to be on the rise, affecting 11 percent of the global population
Organ transplant program in India is overwhelmingly dependent on altruistic donation by living indiv
Conditions on the ground place children at high risk of water-borne disease
Supreme Court will also take up a case of security in schools and is likely to issue guidelines.
The current Neonatal Mortality Rate is 28 per 1000 live births.
TB remains the largest cause of death and suffering due to any communicable disease
Seham was just 6 years old when she was first diagnosed with chronic kidney disease.
Diflunisal is presently used to relieve mild to moderate pain.
Each year viral hepatitis infects millions of people across the Region, killing 410 000 people
The research published in the `Journal for Materials Science—Biomaterials.’
Resistance to commonly used antibiotics is increasing.
The Conference will be held in Vancouver from June 3-6.
In the Indian context, preserving every drop of groundwater is critical to India’s water security.
Mission Parivar Vikas, a central family planning initiative has also been launched by the Ministry
India has 2.6 million TB cases annually and as many as 1 million patients are still missed
Knee replacement surgery is another option but not affordable by many
Research has shown that adolescence is a critical stage in human development
More likely to be disadvantaged in education with just 46%, as compared to 74% in the general.
Plan India presents ‘Impact Awards’ to the Frontline Community Workers
Thousands of infants die due to infections in the first few weeks of their life
The study exposed mice in the laboratory to arsenic
These structures were then synthesized and evaluated under laboratory conditions.
Ms Gandhi suggested that the Game Challenge be removed from social media
The move comes within months of fixing of prices for stents.
An agreement has been signed to explore validity of initial findings.
NHRC Observed That Reported Deaths Amount To Violation Of Right To Life And Health
It Only Speaks Of The Systemic Failure That Has Sniffed Out More Than 60 Innocent Lives.
Gates Foundation has learned a lot about how to be an effective partner
Promoting physical activity for health is an important intervention
It is a method and device for sustainable drug delivery system.
Rubella, although a mild viral illness, can lead to serious consequences
ACF was previously used as a trypanocidal agent against a range of infections during World War II
It has demanded withdrawal of the WCD Ministry's directive to the NCW and has also opposed other rec
To create awareness about the advantages of mother’s milk; nurses from the hospital prepared posters
“We need research to prove safety of `stop antibiotics when you feel better’ approach
Cancer cells have also been known to die under microgravity
Indian geologists have unlocked mystery surrounding the 1950 Assam-Tibet earthquake
Dr Kotnala heads the Environmental Sciences and Biomedical Metrology division at NPL
George Institute for Global Health and University of Central Lancashire join hands
Supriya’s Research Work Has Been Published by Cambridge Scholar Publishing, U.K.
Many state governments allow children to enter school before the age of 6
The system could help improve cancer treatment in future.
Over 1.4 million lives are lost in road accidents in India every year
Chicken is the most consumed meat in India
One in ten deaths around the world is caused by tobacco
India launched a new injectable contraceptive under its public health system
Unsafe abortion is the third leading cause of maternal deaths in India
Before 2014 there was no separate facility for training on safe abortions
Entasis and GARDP Will Co-develop the first-in-class Antibiotic, Zoliflodacin
There are no affordable, rapid, point-of-care diagnostic tests for Gonorrhoea.
Research `Taken for a Ride’ was done by the World Animal Protection.
India projects to spend 3 billion US Dollars on family planning by 2020
Road traffic injuries kill approximately 3,16,000 people each year in the South East Asian Region
India launched its Measles-Rubella vaccine in February this year
Jaipur Foot has a presence in 29 countries and is developed Bhagwan Mahaveer Viklang Sahayata Samiti
The WHO Essential Medicines List is used by many countries to increase access to medicines
Assam's draft Population Policy evokes understanding of the economic, social concerns
Too much or Not enough, Managing Water in a Changing Climate
Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus will succeed Dr Margaret Chan
If a country becomes a member of SUN, it is labeled as a “SUN country”
The Akshaya Patra Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation headquartered in Bengaluru
"The problem exists in men as much as in females," said Vaid.
KGMU will treat the poor for free in the first 24-hours of admission to its critical care unit
Fewer among them get their blood pressure checked regularly, a new study says.
Left ventricular hypertrophy occurs commonly in children and adolescents with high BP
Adolescents have been entirely absent from national health plans for decades
The launch was done by the Union Health and Family Welfare Minister
The veteran actor has been brought on board to boost awareness
The Immunization coverage in the country is 71% which is targeted to go up to 90% by 2019
Approximately 1.25 million people die on the world’s roads every year
Counties with poor environmental quality demonstrated a higher incidence of cancer cases
Our life is like a web page. The brain sends us pop-ups every day and we should never block them.
Tata Trusts have been working in cancer care for several decades across a spectrum of activities
Cruel blow to about 2000 doctors as they have been rendered ineligible for admissions
The government intends to initiate several activities to raise awareness and knowledge about AMR
The Government will introduce Rubella vaccine under the Universal Immunization Programme (UIP)
A disease is defined rare in India when it affects only 1 in 2,500 people
The Government of India is showing bold leadership and commitment to people living with HIV
By 2030, an estimated 1 in 4 people will live in urban poor communities, mainly in Africa and Asia
The world has made significant progress in reducing malaria’s deadly burden
The more serious concern is upsurge of Diabetes in younger age groups
People from other walks of life to “Run 4 Cause”
PAC Waste Tracker mobile app targets to monitor the primary waste collection
Important decision - Not to focus on cancer and its attendant visitors
Phase two of clinical trials is carried out to test the efficacy and side effect of the drugs on hum
According to Ciphet, a harvest-research body, the value of food lost annually is about Rs. 92,000 cr
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