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World Cancer Day: Therapies of the future that may make our fight better

Feb 04, 2016

World Cancer Day: Therapies of the future that may make our fight better

As newer ways of battling cancer are being introduced, on World Cancer Day we look what researchers suggest are promising treaments for the disease: #Targeted therapy #ListsEtc #World Cancer Day #Adoptive T Cell Therapy #Immune checkpoint inhibitors #Hormone therapy #Goserlin
Here's how the new online adoption process bypasses various aspects of an emotionally complex issue

Jan 11, 2016

Here's how the new online adoption process bypasses various aspects of an emotionally complex issue

Adoption involves handling complex emotional issues and channeling them in a manner that result in fulfilling relationships, even without the connections of biology, caste or culture #India #ConnectTheDots #Family #Parenting #Adoption #Ministry of Women and Child Development #CARA #Family Life #CARINGS #Adoption in India #Adoption policies in India
In landmark case, Italy court grants child of same-sex couple two 'legal mothers'

Dec 24, 2015

In landmark case, Italy court grants child of same-sex couple two 'legal mothers'

An Italian appeals court has upheld the right of a lesbian woman to adopt her partner's biological child, a gay rights group has said, in a landmark case for the Catholic country as it considers granting rights to same-sex couples. #NewsTracker #Italy #Same-Sex Couples #catholic country #gay adoption
Positive trend: 60 percent of children adopted in India over three years were girls

Nov 13, 2015

Positive trend: 60 percent of children adopted in India over three years were girls

In a society obsessed with the male child, more and more childless Indian couples—and single parents—are opting to adopt girls. #Life #India #Tamil Nadu #Andhra Pradesh #ThingsWeLike #Women #Maharashtra #children #parents #Adoption #girls #Shareworthy
Govt may de-recognise 13 orphanages run by Missionaries of Charity, uncertainty over inmates' future

Oct 09, 2015

Govt may de-recognise 13 orphanages run by Missionaries of Charity, uncertainty over inmates' future

The women and child development ministry may de-recognize 13 orphanages run by the institution after its refusal to give children for adoption to single, divorced or separated persons. #Missionaries of Charity #Mother Teresa #Adoption #Maneka Gandhi #Child Rights #women and child development #CARA
Hadoop is alive and kicking: Here's what largest Hadoop Maturity Survey says

Sep 18, 2015

Hadoop is alive and kicking: Here's what largest Hadoop Maturity Survey says

The survey, which included responses from business executives, revealed that more than three quarters of respondents (76%) said they plan to do more with Hadoop in the next three months. #Adoption #Big Data #Self Service #Hadoop #AtScale #ETL
New guidelines for adoption: NRIs to be at par with Indians, single men can't adopt girl child

Jul 28, 2015

New guidelines for adoption: NRIs to be at par with Indians, single men can't adopt girl child

The Ministry of Women and Child Development led by Maneka Gandhi has notified new guidelines for easier and more transparent adoptions in India. #India #Delhi #NewsTracker #parents #guidelines #Maneka Gandhi #CARA #timeframe #adoptions #Ministry of Women #Central Adoption Agency
HC allows American woman married to an Indian to adopt boy with special needs

Jul 17, 2015

HC allows American woman married to an Indian to adopt boy with special needs

An American woman married to an Indian husband was allowed to adopt a 6-year-old boy with special needs after the Bombay high court directed the district court to process the application of the adoption agency. #NewsTracker #High Court #indian #woman #American #HC #adopt #local