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  • Green Gurukulam: Atypical school

    New Delhi, Can schools ever be imagined without a curriculum, classrooms and textbooks? I reckon, not. However, an atypical education institute of such sort does exist in a nondescript but beautiful village called Dewal Beeron near Agastyamuni town in Rudraprayag district of...

  • MSME sector flourishing in Bengal

    Kolkata: West Bengal has been scaling new heights in the MSME (micro, small and medium enterprises) sector. 95 new small scale industry clusters have been taken up in the previous fiscal year, taking the total number of clusters to 520 from 425 during the last 8 years. With constant push from...

  • Fortis Healthcare launches 'Unmute Yourself' challenge in partnership with TikTok

    New Delhi: On World Mental Health Day, Fortis Healthcare, India's leading healthcare solution provider, is partnering with TikTok, the world's leading shot-video platform, and People Like Us Create(PLUC), India's leading mobile storytelling network, to launch an initiative called #UnmuteYourself. ...

  • Scientists discover how to detect precancerous conditions with nanodiamonds

    New Delhi, Scientists have been actively exploring Detonation nanodiamonds' (DNDs) interaction with biological structures and biomacromolecules and now, the findings are being used to treat tumours, as well as to develop biosensors and biocompatible implants. Scientists at the National Research...

  • Charting the 'Generic' terrain for future

    New Delhi, Charting the 'Generic' terrain for future For India to grow, healthcare, as the engine of the economy, needs to flourish and to make the affordable medication a reality, generic drugs is the only charted terrain in the country that can ensure affordable access to healthcare...

  • Tourist hotspot Al Badayer Oasis welcomes guests in UAE

    Sharjah : Nature lovers and adventure seekers looking for a true taste of the Emirati lifestyle don't have to look any further. Al Badayer Oasis by Mysk, the third gem in Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq)'s 'Sharjah Collection', nestled in central Sharjah's lively Al Badayer...

  • Democracy is challenged in several parts of world

    Taichung, Taiwan, Democracy's contemporary challenges in Asia and throughout the world include an inquisitive query – whether democracy will end someday as it is under tremendous threat due to manipulations of the democratic institutions?. This was one of the questions that attracted critical...

  • Five billion people risk missing out on health care in 2030

    United Nations, Some five billion people risk missing out on health care in 2030, unless countries close glaring gaps in health coverage, a new report revealed on Sunday, as the UN prepares to host a landmark summit to speed up progress on universal health care. The study, 'Primary Health...

  • Giving wings to special kids, with mothers in tow

    New Delhi: When a woman delivers a baby, it's not just the celebration of a little bundle of joy, but also of the birth of a mother, the epitome of firmness and fortitude, complete with the warmth of love and sacrifice. A mother has the power to change the world. When a mother is determined to...

  • Bengalis bracing for the resonance of dhak

    Kolkata, With Bengalis' biggest festival Durga Puja just round the corner, the city of joy is gearing up for the celebrations, and as artisans give last minute touch to various pandals, hundreds of 'dhakis' or traditional drummers are making their way into the city from across rural Bengal. The...

  • One woman or baby dies every 11 seconds

    United Nations: Childbirth survival rates are now a 'staggering success' compared with the year 2000, but one pregnant woman - or her child - still dies every 11 seconds from largely preventable causes, UN health experts have said. In a joint appeal for all nations to do more to provide...

  • Fatty Liver a challenge for Liver Transplant - liver transplant unit at CMRI

    Kolkata, With obesity growing rampantly globally, a threat to liver diseases is increasing with every passing day. Fatty liver is the biggest hurdle faced when it comes to liver transplant. Though there is a great demand for patients waiting for liver transplant, getting a donor is a challenge as...

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