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Facing too many bumps in married life? Head to Masina Hospital...

The freedom and anonymity offered by the internet and social media notwithstanding, they are causing irreparable harm to marriages. Concerned at the growing trend, the Masina Hospital has organised a workshop to help people manage bumpy rides triggered by the ... DNA, 2 months ago

Vital albumin in short supply

Last Wednesday night, 44-year-old Kesar Mohanty (name changed) had to be admitted to Wockhardt Hospital with acute pain in the abdomen. On investigation, doctors found out that it was renal failure, a condition that requires the life-saving drug albumin. The ...
 Asian Age1 month ago
Mid Day

Mumbai: Drug that could save thousands is off the shelves

Sheetal Shetty was in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the Powai-based Hirandani Hospital where she was admitted for a liver tumour. When the treating doctors told her younger brother Raj to procure human albumin — a protein found in blood plasma ...
 Mid Day2 months ago

On A Meow Meow High in Mumbai

A new addiction is gripping the city The story of this 14-year- old seems in keeping with what the drug does. Her working parents had entrusted her to the care of the joint family— seven adults and three children—they lived in. One day, ...
 Open6 days ago
Mumbai Mirror

Doc slams cops for not tracing stolen mobile

A city based psychiatrist has written a hard-hitting letter to the Mumbai police for failing to trace his mobile phone worth Rs 52,000, that was stolen over a month ago. While the police apparently did not even take his complaint seriously, Dr ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 week ago

Mass arrest of activists follows pro-democracy news conference in DRC

The arrest of at least 26 activists and others in Kinshasa on March 15, 2015, raises serious concerns of a broader crackdown on free expression before the 2016 Democratic Republic of Congo presidential elections, Human Rights Watch said today. ...
 Ifex1 week ago DR Congo: Mass Arrests of Activists  Human Rights Watch1 week ago DR Congo - Mass Arrests of Activists...  AllAfrica.com1 week ago
Nyasa Times

Albino people living dangerously in Malawi

Albino people living in Malawi are in a state of fear after a recent spate of attacks. Some have been abducted, while others have killed and had their body parts removed. Mary Jana (right) one of few patients who collect sunsecreen from Simbota ...
 Nyasa Times2 weeks ago Malawi: No Safe Haven for Albinos?  VOA News2 weeks ago


The past six months have been a living hell for Akhtari and Zahur Kalshekar. They live in the terror of their son, Yusuf, and fear for their lives. Yusuf, 24, is a drug addict who takes a white crystalline substance known on the streets as meow ...
 The Week2 weeks ago

Drug abuse law now covers meth

MUMBAI: The Centre has classified mephedrone as a psychotropic substance under the , 1985. Mephedrone, also called meth or meow meow, had become popular among the youth because of its low price. Mephedrone is known to have grievous health ...
 Times of India1 month ago

The Best Movies to Watch Without Leaving Bed: 19 Foreign Oscar Favorites

THE BICYCLE THIEF, Vittorio De Sica [embedded content] De Sica's 1948 film, which received an Special/Honorary award at the 1948 Academy Awards. Hailed as a cornerstone of italian neorealism and lauded now as one of the greatest films ever ...
 BlackBook1 month ago
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