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Hamilton bats for more women in the paddock

There are "too many dudes" in the paddock at Formula One races and the series needs to improve access for women, Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton said on Thursday. In the leadup to Sundays Australian Grand Prix, the three-times champion Briton, and other ... Deccan Herald, 20 hours ago

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#WorldTuberculosisDay: Death-call at Asia's biggest TB hospital

DNA accessed medical records of the 1,000-bed Sewri TB Hospital, which revealed that since 1999 as many as 218 staffers have been infected with TB, of which at least 86 have died
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Women, children can use hotel toilets for free in south Delhi

Starting tomorrow, women and children can access for free toilet facilities at hotels and restaurants in south Delhi, as the area's civic body and a few hotelier associations have agreed in-principle for it.
 DNA1 day ago SDMC for making hotel, restro toilets accessible to people  DNA1 week ago Can't find a public toilet? Walk into a 5-star  DNA1 week ago
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Sushmita Sen is BACK, this time in a short film!

Sushmita has to lend her voice to a poem scripted by Social Access
 DNA1 day ago Sushmita Sen return to screen with a short film on conservation  Bollywood Hungama1 day ago

Ignorance, poor reach major problems in TB treatment: experts

The increasing rate of tuberculosis (TB) cases in India is due to a lack of knowledge and limited access of treatment for patients living in tribal areas, experts have said. "Lack of knowledge in general population along with social inequities has been a ...
 Business Standard1 day ago

Centre working to give jute farmers access to certified seeds

The Centre is discussing with the states on ways to make certified seeds available to jute farmers so that they can meet the diversified demand from industry, Textile Minister Smriti Irani said today. Tariq Anwar (NCP) raised the issue of closure of jute ...
 Business Standard1 day ago

Poor patients turned away as doctors strike against assaults in India

By Rina Chandran MUMBAI, March 23 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Poor patients in western India were unable to access care for a fourth day as doctors at state hospitals extended a strike protesting assaults by patients' families, adding pressure to an ...
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#WorldWaterDay: Did you know that 77mn Indians lack access to safe water?

On World Water Day, one of the biggest concerns India faces is the lack of proper drinking water. Currently, nearly 77 million Indians lack access, which amounts to five per cent of the country’s population While nearly 70 percent of the world is ...
 DNA2 days ago World Water Day 2017: 63 million in India do not have access to clean water  Money Control2 days ago 63 million Indians don't have access to clean water  Rediff.com2 days ago Not a drop anywhere! 63 mn Indians still do not have access to clean water  Business Standard3 days ago
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Indus Water Treaty: Pak wants access to designs of hydroelectric projects in Kashmir

Pakistan asked India to share the details of the designs of hydroelectric projects being built in Kashmir and provide access to experts to verify that the Indus Water Treaty is not being violated in the process.
 DNA3 days ago India rejects Pak's claims of halting Miyar Dam project  Rediff.com2 days ago India has withdrawn Miyar hydroelectric project's design: Pak  Deccan Herald2 days ago India agrees to halt progress on Miyar plant design: report  Business Standard3 days ago
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32% Indian professionals land job via social networks: LinkedIn

Thirty-two per cent of professionals in India land a new job through social networks that help candidates access information about companies, their culture and opportunities at their fingertips, professional networking website LinkedIn said on Tuesday.
 Business Standard3 days ago One-third of Indian professionals land job via social networks: LinkedIn  Business Standard3 days ago LinkedIn fails to agree with Russia on restoring access to site  Reuters2 weeks ago
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