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India-US tussle over agricultural trade restrictions turns bitter at WTO

Sep 06, 2016

India-US tussle over agricultural trade restrictions turns bitter at WTO

India and the US continue to lock horns at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) on a major dispute concerning certain American agricultural products #India #US #ConnectTheDots #World Trade Organisation #trade #WTO #Geneva #Influenza #Avian influenza
Drug engineered from bananas could fight against AIDS, reveals new study

Oct 23, 2015

Drug engineered from bananas could fight against AIDS, reveals new study

A substance found in bananas and carefully edited by scientists could lead to drugs that may fight off a wide range of deadly viruses, including AIDS. #Life #Medicine #NewsTracker #science #Health #AIDS #Study #research #Influenza #Bananas #hepatitis C #Shareworthy
Delhi government to double hospital beds to ready for swine flu

Oct 08, 2015

Delhi government to double hospital beds to ready for swine flu

The Delhi government has decided to double the number of hospitals beds in view of the preparedness of the H1N1 Influenza Virus (swine flu), it was announced on Wednesday. #Delhi #NewsTracker #Influenza #H1N1 #hospital
Swine flu death toll climbs to 1075, almost 20,000 cases nationwide

Mar 02, 2015

Swine flu death toll climbs to 1075, almost 20,000 cases nationwide

Health Ministry figures said that 1,075 persons have perished from the disease while the number of those affected by swine flu stands at 19,972 till yesterday. #NewsTracker #Poll #Health Ministry #Deaths #Influenza #Swine flu
Hong Kong reports first case of bird flu, patient in critical condition

Dec 03, 2013

Hong Kong reports first case of bird flu, patient in critical condition

A 36-year-old Indonesian maid is in hospital in critical condition after contracting the ailment. #China #NewsTracker #Chicken #Hong Kong #Bird flu #Influenza #SARS #Avian Flu
Swine Flu hits Rajasthan, one dead

Apr 10, 2012

Swine Flu hits Rajasthan, one dead

Alarmed by the first swine flu death, the medical department has geared up for preventive measures and instructed the staff at Community Health Centres and Primary Health Centers to carry out a survey in the region. #NewsTracker #Influenza #Animal virology #Influenza A virus subtype H1N1 #Swine influenza
Swine flu redux: is this a mutated summer strain?

Apr 09, 2012

Swine flu redux: is this a mutated summer strain?

Although the number of cases of the swine flu are still sporadic and isn't of epidemic proportions, the momentum of its spread and the public anxiety are worrying #Tamil Nadu #NewsTracker #Influenza #Influenza A virus subtype H1N1 #Swine influenza
Swine flu claims one life in Bhopal

Mar 29, 2012

Swine flu claims one life in Bhopal

A resident of Saket Nagar, Bhopal who was suffering from swine flu died four days after he was admitted to a private hospital. #NewsTracker #Law/Crime #Influenza #Swine influenza #pneumonia #Pandemics #Jabalpur
Is India's ban on US poultry veiled protectionism?

Mar 07, 2012

Is India's ban on US poultry veiled protectionism?

US has challenged the ban on American poultry saying an Indian ban on US imports intended to stop the spread of bird flu was not based on sound science. #US #PolicyWatch #WTO #Broiler #Influenza #poultry ban