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Work pressure: Ten quick tips to avoid a burnout
Hindustan Times

Work pressure: Ten quick tips to avoid a burnout

The news of the sudden demise of TV actor Sanjeet Bedi startled not only his family and friends, but also audiences, in general. He reportedly became susceptible to a brain virus, due to work stress and subsequently, low immunity. In our ... Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
RIP Sanjeet Bedi HT Syndication, 1 month ago
TV actor Sanjeet Bedi passes away Odisha Samaya, 1 month ago
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PardaPhash

Most favourite and popular TV star 'Dr Omi' from s...

5:00 PM Most favourite and popular TV star 'Dr Omi' from serial 'Sanjivani' dies. Sanjeet Bedi aka Dr Omi has died due to a brain ailment. It has been told that he was battling with this ailment since long and was in Coma. He was seen in many TV ...
 ABP Live1 month ago 'Sanjeevani' fame Sanjit Bedi passes away, TV fraternity expresses grief  PardaPhash1 month ago TV actor Sanjit Bedi passes away  Samaylive1 month ago Sanjit Bedi of Sanjivani fame passes away  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago
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User Review: Sanjeet Bhawsar shares his Ducati Scrambler ownership experience

Premium and exotic motorcycle manufacturers are now trying to lure in a larger audience base with their new, high volumeproducts. Cruiser motorcycle manufacturer Harley Davidson introduced its relatively affordable Street 500 and Street 750 ...
 Motoroids.com1 month ago
Hindustan Times

Sanjeet Bedi: His five on screen avatars

Actor Sanjeet Bedi, who passed away in Mumbai on Tuesday following a brain ailment, was one of televisions most promising youngsters. Fondly remembered as Dr Omi from Sanjeevani, Bedi worked with some of the biggest names in the TV industry. From ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
NDTV

Indian win four medals in Asian Cadet Wrestling

New Delhi, Jun 12 (PTI) Sanjeet clinched the gold medal while Kiran won a silver as Indian wrestlers continued to impress, winning four medals in total on the second day of the Asian Cadet Wrestling Championship here today. Besides the gold and ...
 Press Trust of India1 month ago India Win Four Medals in Asian Cadet Wrestling  NDTV1 month ago Sanjeet shines as India win four medals  Deccan Herald1 month ago India wins four medals in Asian Cadet Wrestling  IndiaTV News1 month ago
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Former Singapore Foreign Minister George Yeo to be new chancellor of Nalanda university

Sanjeet Sehrawat RT @IndianExpress : | http://t.co/uKAAJ9cPHL http:/… 34 seconds ago Sumit Mittal George Yeo, Former Minister of Singapore is New Chancellor of Nalanda University: George Yeo, a former foreign... http://t.co/XPljkVZRwf 1 minute ...
 NewsR.in2 months ago

BBC is accused of bias in charging Indian government with suppressing report on child malnutrition

Sanjeet Bagcchi 1 Kolkata Health experts in India have criticised the BBC over a recent report that claimed that a nutrition survey of 100 000 children in India was being suppressed to spare embarrassment to India's prime minister, Narendra Modi.
 British Medical Journal3 weeks ago Kozhikode doctors plan court action over claims by homeopaths  British Medical Journal1 month ago More could be done to protect people from heatwave in India, say campaigners  British Medical Journal1 month ago India is urged to make stents essential medicines to help control price  British Medical Journal1 month ago

Indian hospital's insensitive treatment of woman with HIV is condemned

Sanjeet Bagcchi 1 Kolkata The treatment of a 30 year old pregnant woman with HIV at a hospital in India has been criticised by experts and health organisations across the country. The woman went to the Lala Lajpat Rai Memorial Medical College in ...
 British Medical Journal4 weeks ago

High rates of false positives are likely in diabetes screening programmes in India

Sanjeet Bagcchi 1 Kolkata Large scale community based diabetes screening in India is likely to be associated with a high rate of false positive results, particularly when using risk score questionnaires, a simulation study published in PLOS ...
 British Medical Journal1 month ago

Gujurat scheme to pay people to use toilets gets mixed response

Sanjeet Bagcchi 1 Kolkata A municipal corporation in Gujarat has said that it will pay people Rs1 (£0.01; €0.01; $0.02) when they use public toilets in a bid to stop open defecation. Paresh Chaudhary, from the Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation, ...
 British Medical Journal1 month ago
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