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About 5 results for "national blindness control programme"

Govt plans to make India cataract-free in 5 yrs

The Ministry of Health plans to roll out a five-year programme to free India from cataract that causes an economic loss of at least Rs 8 lakh crore every year. The scheme, for which the Centre would bear the cost, seeks to rope in non-governmental outfits, ... Deccan Herald, 2 days ago

42 images for national blindness control programme

United Nations, 3 weeks ago
Indian Express, 3 weeks ago
Uganda Daily Monitor, 3 weeks ago
Financial Express, 1 month ago
United News of India, 1 month ago
Irish Independent, 3 months ago
United News of India, 2 months ago
The Guardian Nigeria, 3 months ago
UNAIDS, 2 months ago
New Europe, 3 months ago

Darkness falls: thousands go blind in Chhattisgarh, no relief in sight

Chhattisgarhs region of Janjgir-Champa has long been famous for paddy cultivation. It is now also emerging as states power hub with several power plants coming up in the area during the recent years. While fuelling economic growth of the resource-rich state ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

Hrithik Roshan pledged his eyes on his b’day

Did you know that Hrithik Roshan pledged his eyes on his birthday? It all began when Prof Dr S. Natarajan of Aditya Jyot Eye Hospital got in touch with Rakesh Roshan after watching the trailer of Kaabil. Leading by example He says, “I saw the trailer of ...
 DNA4 weeks ago

'Women& child health care a priority in govt's health mission'

Health care of women and children is a priority in the health mission of Puducherry government, which had integrated existing schemes of reproductive and child health care, Chief Minister V Narayanasamy said. He said the mission had also integrated the ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Retired professors join JNU students & teachers battle against arrogant V-C

Students and teachers at Jawaharlal Nehru University are engaged in a constant battle against arbitrary decisions taken by Vice-chancellor M Jagadesh Kumar. And now, several eminent retired professors have condemned the "unacceptably arrogant conduct from the ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago
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