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State government to bring Self Help Groups under insurance cov...

21 October 2016, Kolkata, Pritesh Basu The state co-operation department is all set to bring Self Help Groups under insurance coverage to ensure their financial security in case there is any untoward incident. Arup Roy, the state ... Millennium Post, 1 month ago

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Times of India

Tossing and turning? Get a good night's sleep, it can save your life

New Delhi: When Somesh Mahajan got his sleep test done recently, it was found that the 62-year-old's blood oxygen levels went as low as 50% in sleep and he paused breathing as many as 70 times in an hour. For a healthy person, say doctors, blood ...
 Times of India2 days ago

Low immunity leaves old vulnerable

New Delhi: The cold weather and polluted air is a killer combination for the sick, elderly and children, warn doctors. "Exposure to cold causes constriction of airways due to which less air reaches the lungs. The problem aggravates when we breathe ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Hindustan Times

Sonia Gandhi recovers, discharged from hospital

Congress president Sonia Gandhi was discharged from Sir Ganga Ram Hospital (SGRH) on Wednesday, two days after she was admitted to the facility for fever. Gandhi has recovered from fever and has been discharged in stable condition, Arup Kumar ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago Sonia Gandhi discharged from hospital  News Track India1 week ago Sonia back in hospital with fever, stable  Times of India1 week ago Sonia Gandhi discharged from hospi..  Sahara Samay.com1 week ago
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Govt, BJP to counter anti-demonetisation campaign

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley witll spearhead the campaign with BJP President Amit Shah as its chief strategist, reports Archis Mohan. Black money is not just wads of notes Concerned at a 'sustained campaign' by political rivals to discredit the demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes, the Narendra Modi government and the Bharatiya Janata Party have launched a multi-pronged outreach. The spearhead of the campaign is Finance Minister Arun Jaitley and BJP President Amit Shah is the chief ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Doctors question efficacy of air purifiers

In the midst of the worst spell of smog in the city, sales of air purifiers have shot up with even the State government considering installing air purifiers around the city to maintain air quality. But doctors have now questioned the benefit of air ...
 The Hindu1 month ago 65% doctors question efficacy of air purifiers in Curofy poll  EHealth Magazine4 weeks ago

Press release: PM leads trade mission to India to reboot an age-old relationship in this age of opportunity

MIL OSI United Kingdom Source: UK Government Headline: over 30 British businesses, including small- and medium-sized enterprises from every region of the country, join Prime Minister's first trade mission commercial deals set to create 1370 jobs ...
 Foreign Affairs.co.nz1 month ago PM leads trade mission to India to reboot an age-old relationship in this age of opportunity  Wired-GOV1 month ago
ABP Live

Gas chamber: Blanket of smog thickens in Delhi, doctors call the situation alarming

New Delhi: The blanket of smog, combination of fog and smoke, has once again thickened in the national capital Delhi on Sunday. The process started from Saturday itself. Delhi and the surrounding NCR remained engulfed in a shroud of smog on ...
 ABP Live1 month ago Health emergency in Delhi..Be careful, stay indoors, drink lot of fluids  News24online1 month ago Pollution affecting not just high-risk groups, but normal people too: Doctors  News Track India1 month ago Air Pollution is Affecting Not Just High-Risk Groups, but Normal People too  MedIndia1 month ago
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India Today

Residents of Delhi advised to avoid morning walks as city's toxic air could cause respiratory problems

Several Delhi residents have been dealing with the poison in the air, even as they think that morning walks are beneficial. In reality, it could turn fatal. Early morning walks is no longer beneficial for Delhiites as the severe smog has made it ...
 India Today1 month ago

Respiratory distress up, many land in ICU

New Delhi: With Delhi witnessing the worst air pollution of the season, hospital emergencies have witnessed a sudden increase in patients suffering from respiratory distress in the past few days. Many of them have even landed in the ICU. "We have ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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