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Central Govt provides 6 lakh measles vaccines, 21 lakh chlorin...

Excelsior Correspondent Srinagar, Sept 22: The Central Government has supplied six lakh measles vaccines for vaccinating 13 lakh children in flood hit areas of the State while it has provided 10 lakh chlorine tablet and 11 lakh are on the way to ... Daily, 1 month ago

On the toilet trail: Making disposal easy

Jokes on Delhi belly are hardly funny to the concerned Indian, given that it is an embarrassing reflection of poor sanitation. The inability to meet the Millennium Development Goal commitments, the astounding levels of anemia and stunting all point ...
 Millennium Post3 weeks ago

Ganga clean-up project can emulate Thames model, says expert

Even as Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley announced an ambitious Rs. 2037-crore Namami Ganga project in his maiden budget to kick-start the process of cleaning up the holy river, a noted water expert has said the model adopted to rejuvenate the ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Jammu and Kashmir floods: Rains briefly hit relief work; 60,000 more evacuated

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Reuters In this September 13, 2014 photo, soldiers evacuate flood victims by a boat to a safer place in Srinagar. SLIDESHOW TOPICS Over 1 lakh people are still marooned Relief operations in flood-hit ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
India Today

J-K floods: Scale of rescue ops bigger than in Uttarakhand, says IAF

Flood-affected people commute in the city center of Srinagar on Friday, September 13, 2014. Photo: PTI Jammu and Kashmir is battling one of the worst floods in decades with rivers in the region in spate due to days of incessant rain. Over 200 people ...
 India Today1 month ago

Tale of heart transplant in India: Alarming or Alluring?

Though success stories have made heart transplant programmes quite alluring for patients, non availability of donors, lack of awareness, cost of surgery and need for lifelong supportive drugs have acted as deterrents of this last line treatment for ...
 Express Healthcare Management1 month ago
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