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What is locking farmers out of the huge Indian pulses market
Daily Nation

What is locking farmers out of the huge Indian pulses market

Poor soil fertility management, bad agronomical practices and lack of appropriate seeds that can withstand common diseases are denying Kenyan farmers a chance to sell their pulses to the multi- million shillings market in India. Experts note ... Daily Nation, 4 days ago
Indiatimes

India needs more men like Gandhi now, says Kamal Haasan

Kamal Haasan was invited to speak at the Indo-American Association Chennai and Women's Christian College for Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Lecture. Here's the full text of his speech - Awake in a dream Some evolutionary scientists ...
 DNA India1 week ago In A Really Moving Speech Kamal Haasan Says India Needs More Men Like Mahatma Gandhi  Indiatimes1 week ago In A Really Moving Speech, Kamal Haasan Says India Needs More Men Like Mahatma Gandhi  Indiatimes1 week ago
DNA

Breast cancer gene mutation may affect fertility, claims new study

The study finds women who carry a gene mutation associated with breast cancer have reduced number of eggs.
 DNA1 week ago Long-term vegans at risk of cancer, heart diseases due to gene mutation  International Business Times Australia1 month ago

Sweden's Medicover enters India's IVF market, hires Bourn Hall's Gaurav Malhotra

Swedish firm company Medicover Healthcare is set to launch its fertility business in India with an initial investment of $100 million that will take on some of the PE-backed IVF firms and a host of other companies operating in a fragmented market. ...
 VC Circle4 weeks ago Trust Legal leads on Medicover's $100 million investment in India's IVF Market  Bar & Bench3 weeks ago

Ensure safety of Kashmiri students in different parts of India: Kashmir Civil Society

Kashmir Civil society comprising of Bar Association, KCSDS and other formations note with great concern the pre-planned incident that took place in NIT Srinagar after the conclusion of 31st March India-West Indies cricket match in Mumbai.This ...
 5 Dariya News - English2 weeks ago What actually happened at NIT?  Kashmir Times2 weeks ago
CBC

Indian-born moms might be using abortion to favour boys over girls, researchers suggest

Research published Monday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal A new study finds that Indian-born women in Canada with two or more children are giving birth to more baby boys than expected. And researchers suggest abortions related to sex ...
 CBC2 weeks ago More boys, abortion linked  Castanet.net2 weeks ago Study finds gender imbalance among Indian-born moms  New Hamburg Independent2 weeks ago Abortions may be behind skewed boy-girl birth ratio among Indian-born moms: study  News 11302 weeks ago
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Mental Health Foundation holds first ever conference on fragile X to create awareness on Fragil X-Syndrome

Mental Health Foundation, Kolkata in association with Ummeed Child Development Centre, Mumbai & The Fragile X Society, India held the first ever conference on fragile X awareness in Kolkata. Fragile X syndrome (FXS) is the most common known single ...
 PharmaBiz3 weeks ago First ever conference on Fragile X in Kolkata & Eastern India  Web Newswire3 weeks ago

Sanders crushes Clinton in Alaska, Washington, Hawaii caucuses

MOHALI:The Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) sold tickets for the India-Australia World T20 match, without any prior notification to the general public today. With his unsparing criticism of modern conditions, American playwright Edward Franklin ...
 Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago
Yahoo! Singapore

Children, Baby and Maternity (CBME) Expo Southeast Asia Gains Support from Region's Top Industry Associations

SINGAPORE, March 29,2016 /PRNewswire/ --Amidst the rapidly expanding baby product industry and high fertility rates in the Southeast Asia region, CBME South East Asia (CBME SEA) returns with its 2nd edition and will be held from 13-15 April 2016 at ...
 Yahoo! Singapore1 month ago

48% Indian Males Consume Tobacco: Nadda

Nearly 35 per cent or 27.5 crore adults in India consume tobacco in some form or the other and the prevalence among males is 48 per cent, while in females it is 20 per cent, Lok Sabha was told today. New rules had been notified for making it ...
 Outlook India14 hours ago
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