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How play schools are now turning party hosts for kids

NEW DELHI: Last weekend, four year-old Suryanshika Singh sauntered into Playful Minds Learning Center, a play school in South Delhi to attend her friend's fourth birthday party. Both girls study at another nursery school in Noida but the birthday bash was to ... Economic Times, 3 weeks ago
ACQ Magazine

Why India ignores a $16-billion health crisis

The Statesman Publication Date : 02-09-2015 In January, the Indian government asked for public opinion on tougher new laws to curb smoking: To raise the minimum smoking age to 21 from 18, and to ban the sale of single cigarettes, which ...
 ACQ Magazine1 month ago India's Ignorance Towards a (Dollar) 16 Billion Smoking-Led Health Crisis  MedIndia1 month ago Billion dollar question: Why curbing smoking is important to India?  Sify1 month ago Why India ignores a $16 billion smoking-led health crisis  Economic Times1 month ago

NDMC tells Delhi HC: Action taken on illegal slaughter

The North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NDMC) informed the Delhi high court on Wednesday that it has been taking action to stop illegal slaughtering of animals in Qasabpura residential area of the city. The court was also informed by the NDMC that its officers ...
 Asian Age1 month ago

Indian Health Ministry Drenched With More Than 100,000 Letters Over Ban on Smoking

More than 100,000 unread messages from members of the public overwhelm officials at India's health ministry. This turns out to be the latest obstacle to push for tougher laws to curb smoking. With tobacco linked to up to 900,000 deaths a year in ...
 MedIndia1 month ago Sacks of unread letters slows down India's fight against tobacco  Hindustan Times1 month ago Sacks of unread letters at health ministry hold up India's fight against tobacco  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago Sacks of unread letters hold up India's fight against tobacco  AlertNet1 month ago

CBFC to judge drug use, drinking scenes in movies based on contemporary standards: Centre to Delhi HC

The Centre on Wednesday told Delhi High Court that there are guidelines to prohibit scenes in movies which have the effect of justifying or glorifying drinking, drug addiction besides degrading women in any manner. A bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and ...
 DNA1 month ago
Indian News Link

The fabric of life

A new exhibition brings examples of the high quality textile crafts of India to Perth When an exhibition on Indian textiles features a photograph of a young woman in a brightly coloured saree standing out against a drab background, you are sure ...
 Indian News Link1 month ago
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