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Rai can be spotted talking to strangers outside Parel's Tata Memorial Hospital (TMH). DNA, 2 months ago

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Tata to open Cancer Research Centre & Hospital in Jharkhand

Tata Group will open a Cancer Research Centre and Hospital in Jharkhand, an official release said today. Accepting Chief Minister Raghubar Das s request to set up a hospital in Jharkhand, the Tata Trust Chairman Ratan Tata approved it and a delegation today ...
 DNA2 months ago Tata Trusts, TTD ink pact for cancer centre in Tirupati  Business Standard3 weeks ago Now, NCG covers 108 cancer hospitals in India  Business Standard4 days ago 'Many cancers are sheer accidents'  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Ginger's battle plan: bed, bath, breakfast & broadband

The Tata group-owned budget hotel chain is going back to the drawing board to reboot the brand. But is it too late? IMAGE: The Jaipur Ginger hotel. Photograph: Kind Courtesy: www.ginger.com. Losses and rising competition from budget room aggregators are driving the makeover at the 13-year-old Ginger Hotels, owned by the Tata group’s Indian Hotels Company which also operates Taj luxury hotels. Over the past few quarters, the company, that has 37 properties across the country, says it has ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

PM calls for indigenous manufacture of medical equipment

Stressing the need to provide affordable health care to the poor, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today called on start-ups to make medical equipment indigenously to reduce dependence on import. "More than 10 lakh people get detected with cancer every year and ...
 Deccan Herald3 days ago Modi stresses on affordable treatment for all  Deccan Herald3 days ago
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A cancer interview we must all read

'Our body functions in a particular system. We pass urine. We pass motions. We swallow food. We drink water. We breathe properly.' 'If there is an obstruction to any of these things -- difficulty swallowing, difficulty passing urine, passing blood in the urine, passing blood in the stools or severe pain anywhere, lasting for more than a month, or for example the skin, which covers our body, has a few moles that start increasing or bleeding... then you need to see a specialist.' 'Many times they ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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It's time to check in to India!

India needs 1.4 million hotel beds a night but has only 2.4 lakh, points out Rahul Pandit, MD and CEO of Ginger Hotels. IMAGE: CLICK on each of the rooms in the image to get the statistics on India's acute hotel room shortage. Graphic by: Rajesh Karkera/Rediff.com and Ashish Narsale/Rediff.com This year -- 2017 -- heralds the start of a potential, extended four-year up-cycle for hospitality in India. The last five years have seen the sector deliver a muted performance. Due both ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

PSU insurers make big gains

State-owned insurance firms, including behemoth LIC, have made huge gains of thousands of crores of rupees with significant investments in cigarette maker ITC even as private insurers and mutual funds have turned ‘responsible’ by drastically cutting their ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

PIL in HC questions govt policy on tobacco

A PIL in the Bombay High Court has questioned the Union govenment's policy of allowing public sector insurance companies to invest in the tobacco industry, which, it said, contradicts the "anti-tobacco" stance taken by the Centre. The PIL was recently filed ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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'Many times we miss the cancer symptoms'

'Live a healthy lifestyle. Like what our parents taught us. Like our parents' parents taught them.''We become obese. In obesity the chance of cancer increases.''Any new symptom? Please talk to your doctor. Some screening test might need to be done.' IMAGE: Cancer patients Aryan Khan, front, and Areena Bibi, rear, in a taxi window, outside the Tata Memorial Centre in Mumbai. Photograph: Vivek Prakash/Reuters Dr Kumar Prabhash was 70 minutes late for his appointment with Rediff.com at his office ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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'Bras and antiperspirants don't cause cancer'

'Obesity is the main reason for the increasing rates of breast cancer among women. 'The risk is the same for a house help living in a crowded slum in Borivali (a suburb in Mumbai) to the woman in living in a plush fancy apartment in South Mumbai.' Ten minutes of discomfort to get yourself analysed can help save your life, says oncologist Dr Shona Nag. IMAGE: In 2005, Australian actor-singer Kylie Minogue was detected with breast cancer. She was 37 at the time.Photograph: Matt Dunham/ ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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