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Your odour says much
India Today

Your odour says much

odour, at its very extreme, can ruin job interviews or first dates. Undoubtedly, most of us spend a considerable amount of time trying to prevent body odour, whether by taking a shower or applying deos. For most healthy adults, all it takes to keep ... India Today, 5 days ago

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How Arun Jaitley can create more jobs for a growing workforce

Generating new and better-paying jobs for a growing workforce was one of the key campaign promises of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its leader, Narendra Modi. The time has come to redeem that pledge by focussing attention on sectors that have ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago

Employment Intensive Growth Crucial for India to Meet the Demographic Dividend Challenge: RBI Working Paper Series 6

The empirical findings indicate that aggregate employment elasticity estimates for India have declined over the decades and vary from 0.18 (arc elasticity) to 0.20 (point elasticity) during the post reform period, according to The Reserve Bank of ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago RBI issues paper on estimating employment elasticity for growth for economy  India Infoline1 month ago RBI Working Paper Series 6: Employment Intensive Growth Crucial for India to Meet the Demographic Dividend Challenge  Reserve Bank of India1 month ago
CommodityOnline

India economic reforms fail to generate significant employment growth: RBI study

The authors point out that it is the relative cost of capital vis-a-vis labour and the nature of investment demand that will determine to what extent growth would be job creating. 26 Jun 2014 MUMBAI (Commodity Online) : An assessment of new ...
 CommodityOnline1 month ago

Call to widen health tax net

NEW DELHI: Is taxation a solution to the problem of lifestyle diseases? Days after the health ministry recommended a steep hike in tax on cigarettes, many public health activists have sought a similar move on sugar-sweetened beverages. They claim ...
 Times of India1 month ago Health activists call to widen 'health tax' net, ask govt to tax sugar-sweetened beverages  Economic Times1 month ago Public health activists call to widen 'health tax' net  Economic Times1 month ago
Livemint.com

Big Data: affordability factor is the key

Panellists discuss the role of Big Data in healthcare at the Mint Healthcare Conclave. Photo: Ramesh Pathania/Mint Universal health coverage is an issue that the Indian government has been taking steps towards, but with little progress. Big ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
MedIndia

Unhealthy Diets Causing The Obesity Epidemic

An estimated 65% of the world's population lives in countries where obesity leads to more deaths than underweight. In 2012, over 40 million children under the age of five were considered overweight or obese, 30 million of who were living in ...
 NewsBlaze1 month ago Unhealthy diets threaten health  Brunei Times1 month ago Unhealthy Diets are Threatening Global Health: WHO  MedIndia1 month ago Unhealthy Diets Threatening Global Health  Mangalorean1 month ago
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Times of India

Anti-Diabetic Drug, The Largest-Selling Medicine In India

BANGALORE: By adopting the latest lifestyles many of the people have become prey to several diseases like diabetes. But now people can protect themselves from these diseases by using the latest anti-diabetic drug and it seems that this drug sale is ...
 Indolink1 month ago Anti-diabetic drug tops India's pharma sales  Times of India1 month ago
India Today

India the third most obese country in the world

ntry where 270 million people live below the 'poverty line', obesity seems to be a distant issue, meant for the rich kids of first world. But India is under siege: junk food, alcohol and sedentary lifestyle are leading us to silent selfdestruction, ...
 India Today1 month ago
Times of India

Beat the heat: 6 ways to stay cool

NEW DELHI: The heatwave sweeping the capital has led to a spurt in summer illnesses. City hospitals are flooded with patients seeking treatment for heat exhaustion, severe dehydration, unexplained fever and skin ailments such as boils and ...
 Times of India1 month ago Drink plenty of water, eat healthy to beat heat  Times of India1 month ago
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