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India must conduct a thorough reexamination of how it approaches early breast cancer detection

Feb 04, 2016

India must conduct a thorough reexamination of how it approaches early breast cancer detection

If valuable lives are to be saved from breast cancer ‘tsunami’ in India, there is an urgent need for a paradigm change in strategy to ensure early detection of breast cancer. #CriticalPoint #Telangana #Breast cancer #Breast Cancer awareness #National Family Health Survey #World Cancer Day #Mammography
Services sector PMI hits 19-month high in January

Feb 03, 2016

Services sector PMI hits 19-month high in January

India's services sector activity touched a 19-month high in January driven by strengthening underlying demand and improved weather conditions #India #Raghuram Rajan #PMI #Survey #Economist #services #January #MARKIT #Pollyanna De Lima
Earthquake of 5.9 magnitude strikes China; no casualties reported

Jan 21, 2016

Earthquake of 5.9 magnitude strikes China; no casualties reported

The earthquake struck a remote region of northwest China, in an unpopulated area about 33 kilometers from the county seat of Menyuan in Qinghai province. #India #China #NewsTracker #Tibet #earthquake #Eurasia #Qinghai #US Geological Survey
India's diaspora population largest in the world, says latest UN survey

Jan 14, 2016

India's diaspora population largest in the world, says latest UN survey

India's diaspora population is the largest in the world with 16 million people from India living outside their country in 2015, according to a UN survey. #India #United Nations #Population #NewsTracker #Diaspora #Migrants #refugees #DESA #Shareworthy #UN survey
Delhiites felt odd-even policy worked well but don't want practice to continue, says survey

Jan 12, 2016

Delhiites felt odd-even policy worked well but don't want practice to continue, says survey

A majority of the capital's residents have told a survey that the odd-even policy for private cars has been implemented well. #India #Environment #Delhi #NewsTracker #Cars #Survey #traffic #Pollution #AAP #Odd Even policy
Girl students fitter than boys finds survey, but school children's health at abysmal levels

Dec 31, 2015

Girl students fitter than boys finds survey, but school children's health at abysmal levels

School going girl children were found to be fitter than boys in a survey conducted across the country. However, the physical fitness standards of school children across genders were found to be alarmingly low. #Sports #Boys #girls #BMI #Application Response Time #Health and Fitness Survey #EduSports
Delhi's transport sector pollutes three times more than Mumbai's, reveals new study

Dec 23, 2015

Delhi's transport sector pollutes three times more than Mumbai's, reveals new study

Delhi’s transport sector produces six times as much greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) as that of Kolkata’s, five times as much as Ahmedabad’s and three times as much as Greater Mumbai and Chennai, according to a study. #Delhi #didyouknow #Lok Sabha #Kolkata #greenhouse gas emissions #Pollution #Transport #Centre for Ecological Sciences #Delhi’s Economic Survey
Strong earthquake of 6.9 magnitude hits off the coast of Indonesia, no threat of tsunami

Dec 09, 2015

Strong earthquake of 6.9 magnitude hits off the coast of Indonesia, no threat of tsunami

A 6.9 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Indonesia on Wednesday sparking panic, officials said, adding that there was no threat of a tsunami and no indication of any damage or casualties. #Tsunami #Indonesia #earthquake #Ring of Fire #Sumatra #US Geological Survey #Banda #Ambon #Saumlaki