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Can India's Roads Be Made Safer?

David Bornstein | NYT SYNDICATE NINE years ago, tragedy struck the family of Piyush Tewari. While returning home from school in Delhi, Tewari's cousin, Shivam, 16, was hit by a speeding jeep. Badly injured, Shivam managed to pull himself to the ... Qatar Tribune, 1 day ago

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For 41% Indian parents funding kids' education more important than retirement saving: HSBC survey

HSBC's latest edition of the Value of Education Foundations for the future study found that a vast majority (71%) of parents in India were willing to go into debt to fund their child's university or college education. This rose to 76% among those ...
 Economic Times5 days ago

Four Indians from Mumbai donate rare blood to save a Bangladeshi's life in Dhaka

, 9:39 pm BY S VENKAT NARAYAN Our Special Correspondent NEW DELHI, June 20: On Saturday, four residents of Mumbai in India donated four units of the rare "Bombay blood group" that was flown to Dhaka to save the life of a Bangladeshi youth ...
 Sri Lanka Island6 days ago Bangladeshi with rare blood gets lifeline from India  MyPaper.sg6 days ago How 4 Indians with a rare blood group saved a Bangladeshi across the border  Yourstory.in6 days ago Blood from Mumbai  Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago
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Most Indians face elder abuse: Study

15 June 2016, New Delhi, PTI Agewell Foundation interacted with over 3400 elder persons across India to understand the cause and effect of Elder Abuse. A majority of older persons face elder abuse all the time throughout their old age ...
 Millennium Post1 week ago Most elderly people in India subject to abuse  Rediff.com1 week ago Most elderly persons are subject to abuse in old age: Study  Times of India1 week ago Most elderly persons are subjected to abuse in old age: study  DNA India1 week ago

India: Charting a medical tourism map

From time immemorial, India has sculpted itself as a centre for medicine and healthcare. A peek into the history books will reveal a plethora of facts into the country’s medical past, when great pioneers such as Charaka and Sushruta made ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago ICMR, MOHFW, Madhya Pradesh govt and Sun Pharma enter into PPP agreement for malaria free India  PharmaBiz2 months ago Sun Pharma to collaborate with Govt for Malaria Free India  India Infoline2 months ago Sun Pharma, ICMR, MP govt join hands for malaria eradication  Hindu Business Line2 months ago

Teenager takes grandmother's job to feed family in India's Rajasthan

An 17 year old Indian girl attends a family fathering in Srinagar on Feb 6, 2010. (Photo / Tauseef Mustafa, AFP) DUNGARPUR - F or Anita, the eldest daughter in a family in western India's Rajasthan state, a family tragedy means she has had to ...
 China Daily Asia1 month ago From fields to the classroom  Reuters India2 months ago From fields to the classroom: India's Rajasthan in drive to get children in school  Today Online2 months ago India's Rajasthan in drive to get children in school  AlertNet2 months ago

Fortis La Femme and Breast Milk Foundation launch Delhi-NCR's first pasteurized human milk bank

New Delhi, Apr. 26 (ANI): Fortis La Femme, Delhi's specialized hospital for women and newborns and the Breast Milk Foundation (BMF), a non-profit organization within the GNS Foundation, launched the first pasteurized human milk bank, 'Amaara' in the ...
 Yahoo! India2 months ago FORTIS HEALTHCARE : La Femme and Breast Milk Foundation launch Delhi-NCR's first pasteurized human milk bank  4 Traders2 months ago

Subdermal implant can boost family planning in India: Experts

New Delhi, June 8 Dorothy lifts her left arm and shows it off -- a subdermal implant. It's this matchstick-sized device that has changed her life for the better. It has freed her from the clutches of unplanned pregnancy. Gone are the days when ...
 ProKerala.com2 weeks ago Contraceptive Implant can Help Boost Family Planning in India  MedIndia2 weeks ago
World Economic Forum

Why land means hope for India's vulnerable single women

When her husband died seven years ago, leaving her to fend for herself, 37-year-old Kuni Majhi survived hunger, illness, drunk men hammering at the flimsy tin door of her thatched hut - and very nearly lost all hope. Recently however, Majhi was ...
 World Economic Forum3 weeks ago Hope for single women in Odisha's land laws  Times of India1 month ago
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Boys & Girls Clubs of Snohomish County Awarded $20,000 Grant by Amerigroup Foundation

/PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --The Center for Disease Control predicts that one in two American Indian and Alaska Native children born in 2000 will have type 2 diabetes in their lifetime unless the current trend is halted.To raise awareness and help ...
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