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Walk for Life to create Breast Cancer Awareness in Mumbai
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Over 600 Mumbaites Walk for Life against Breast Cancer

Mumbai : Walk for Life 2014 organized by Dr L H Hiranandani Hospital and International Oncology Services Pvt Ltd witnessed massive participation from over 600 Mumbaites, including breast cancer survivors, who gathered to support the cause of breast ... APN News, 1 month ago
Indian Express

Public hospital toilets: A hotbed of infections

Widows from Vrindavan hold toilet pots at the International Toilet festival to mark the World Toilet day organised by Sulabh International at Central park, Cannaught place in New Delhi on Nov 18th 2014. (Source: Express photo by Ravi Kanojia) It's ...
 Indian Express1 week ago

Krispy Kreme takes its doughnuts to Powai

Established in 1937, American doughnut brand Krispy Kreme opened its outlet at Hiranandani Gardens in Powai, Mumbai. The outlet would offer varieties of the chain's hot signature offering, the original glazed doughnut, in addition to a range of ...
 Franchise India1 month ago - Doughnut chain Krispy Kreme opens store at Powai's Hiranandani Gardens  FnBnews.com1 month ago Krispy Kreme to open 80-100 outlets in 4-5 years  Express Hotelier and Caterer3 weeks ago
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Food for thought with Riyaaz Amlani

Riyaaz Amlani, CEO and MD, Impresario Entertainment and Hospitality Pvt Ltd As a junior college student at Churchgate's HR College, Riyaaz Amlani, the quintessential Byculla boy, who moonlighted as a DJ at Parsi weddings, showed some serious jive ...
 Mid Day1 week ago
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Mumbai: Turbulence lands 8 Singapore airline passengers in hospital

Eight passengers and 14 crewmembers of Singapore Airlines (SA) flight SQ-424 were injured after the aircraft experienced sudden turbulence during landing at Mumbai international airport on Saturday evening. Nirmalaben Makwana sustained injuries ...
 Mid Day1 month ago 22 hurt as SIA flight does hard landing  Times of India1 month ago Seventeen on board Singapore Airlines flight injured due to sudden air turbulence  Mumbai Mirror1 month ago Singapore Airlines flight fails to make a safe landing; passengers hurt  Mid Day1 month ago

Hitachi organized "Social Innovations for Future-Solutions for India"

Session: Social Innovation Panelists: Pramod Bhasin , Chairman, The Skills Academy, Non-Executive Vice Chairman & former President and CEO of Genpact Sunil Wadhwani , Founding Donor, Wadhwani Initiative for Sustainable Healthcare Niranjan ...
 India Infoline22 hours ago Hitachi Organized Social Innovations For Future-Solutions For India To Address Rapid Urbanization Issues  EFYTimes.com12 hours ago
Hindustan Times

Enter the danger zone 58 of young adults in India do not consider obesity as a disease

Young adults in Indian cities are blissfully unaware of the dangers of obesity, a survey report here said Wednesday. Obese kid (Photo: Shutterstock) "The problem is a serious one as over 58% of young adults do not consider obesity as a ...
 Hindustan Times19 hours ago Young adults not concerned about obesity  Times of India23 hours ago Young Urban Adults Take Casual Approach to Obesity, Study Finds  NDTV1 day ago Young adults in Indian cities not concerned about obesity  ProKerala.com1 day ago
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Scientific awareness of obesity lacking

Obesity increases the risk for developing Type 2 diabetes, hypertension and cardiac diseases Obesityis growing at a very high rate in India, with increase in disposable income leading to bad food choices and sedentary lifestyle. In India, ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier2 days ago
Times of India

50% Mumbai collegians are overweight and obese: Study

MUMBAI: A survey among nearly 10,000 city collegians between 18 and 25 shows nearly half (46%) are either overweight or obese, raising major concerns about the health of the nation's youth. "We not only found one out of every two youths in our ...
 Times of India2 days ago

Change of tack

O.N.C.O.L.O.G.Y. Archana Kapoor of Delhi noticed a lump in her throat in July last year. She had lost both her father and sister to cancer. So, without wasting any time, Kapoor, 41, consulted Dr Harit Chaturvedi, oncosurgeon at Max Super Specialty ...
 The Week3 days ago
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