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Sore-throat virus could cause ITP

The boy's ailment turned out to be ITP triggered by an unclassified virus, said Debashish Saha, consultant at AMRI. "With drugs, the platelet count climbed back to 30,000 and the boy recovered within a week. He was released on Monday," Saha said. ... Times of India, 1 month ago

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Indian Express

In Lakshmi Puja, a ghastly memory of Partition and struggle to be recognised

Lakshmi puja offered a perfect means for display of the cultural identity of the Bangaal in front of the Ghoti. The festivities associated with Durga Puja hardly come to a conclusion before before Bengalis gear up to celebrate Goddess Lakshmi, the ...
 Indian Express1 week ago
The Hindu

From rural Bengal to Palais Garnier, Durga puja has it all

Puja organisers across Delhi-NCR are thinking out of the box to make their theme-based pandals as unique as possible and draw maximum crowds From depicting rural Bengal and a French opera house to a Rabindranath Tagore musical and the jute ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
Indian Express

Durga Puja pandal to recreate France's National Opera House

New Delhi, Oct 4 () This Durga Puja, one of the oldest pandals in the city is taking a stand against terrorism by recreating the opulent Palais Garnier, the National Opera House of France. Delhi's Matri Mandir Society is paying tribute to the ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Delhi: Durga Puja pandal to recreate France's National Opera House  Indian Express3 weeks ago Several visually or hearing impaired children to experience the splendour of Durga Puja after surgery  Times of India1 month ago Delhi's Durga Puja pandal aims to promote peace with French-themed festivities  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago
Times of India

Dengue patients flood hosps after extended outbreak

KOLKATA/SERAMPORE: There is no sign yet of dengue fading away from Kolkata, even though it's close to monsoon-end.Generally , the number of cases start sliding down by end-September, but this year has been an exception, said experts. New strains and ...
 Times of India1 month ago 2 more die; dengue sees 2nd spurt with new symptoms  Times of India1 month ago Dengue-encephalitis strikes Kolkata  Times of India1 month ago Dengue-encephalitis strikes city  Times of India1 month ago

TB stalks Kolkata, affluence no bar

KOLKATA: If you thought tuberculosis affected only the below-poverty-line, malnourished section of society, you could be way off the mark.The dreaded disease is stalking the prosperous and wellfed, who are picking up the bacteria in classrooms, ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Times of India

Dengue triggerring stomach ailment?

KOLKATA: The dengue outbreak in Kolkata is not only refusing to slow down, but has showed up with a new symptom and renewed intensity over the last two weeks. While the number of patients across hospitals has remained stable, many have been struck ...
 Times of India1 month ago Dengue triggering stomach ailment?  Times of India1 month ago
Times of India

Dengue, malaria threat loom large over Kolkata

KOLKATA: Even though far less in number than previous years, twin attacks of dengue and malaria are being reported from some parts of the city. While two had been struck by the mosquito-borne viruses last month, a 62-year-old man - afflicted with ...
 Times of India1 month ago Dengue-malaria double whammy  Times of India1 month ago

While Delhi Battles Chikungunya, Dengue Is Wreaking Havoc Across The Country

Dengue cases have reached alarming proportions in states like West Bengal, Kerala, Uttar Pradesh and Telangana even though a few more weeks are left before the incidence of the disease typically falls. BCCL West Bengal is among the worst ...
 Indiatimes1 month ago Dengue spirals out of control across India  Times of India1 month ago While Delhi Battles Chikungunya Dengue Is Wreaking Havoc Across The Country  Indiatimes1 month ago
Times of India

Compulsory dose of courtesy to help Kolkata doctors shed 'insensitive' tag

KOLKATA: If you thought most doctors at government hospitals are ill-behaved and they need formal training to learn how to behave, your wish has just been fulfilled. Junior doctors at the Institute of Post-Graduate Medical Education and Research ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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