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Nov 14, 2017
Dengue outbreak in Bengal: Mamata Banerjee's focus is on controlling the spread of news, not virusWest Bengal is staring at an outbreak of dengue which has reportedly reached the proportions of an epidemic. Instead of tackling the problem, the Mamata Banerjee government is more interested in suppressing data and arresting those who dare reveal the truth.
Sep 26, 2017
Rohingya crisis: Death toll mounts as Bangladesh hospitals struggle to provide aid to high number of refugeesMore than 200 Rohingya are being treated in Sadar Hospital, which has been inundated with patients, with a shortage of beds forcing doctors to house sick on sheets spread out on floor.
Jul 23, 2017
Over 2 million Indians registered for anti-tobacco programmes in 2016, says WHO20 lakh people enrolled themselves in the first year of a quit- tobacco initiative of the Indian government
Jul 10, 2017
Yemen cholera outbreak: 1,600 people dead as suspected cases surpass 300,000, says Red CrossThe International Committee of the Red Cross said the cholera epidemic in Yemen "continues to spiral out of control" since it erupted in April.
Jul 07, 2017
Researchers develop technology to identify fake products with smartphone appResearchers have developed a technology that could make identifying fake products as convenient as simply scanning them with a smartphone app.
Jul 03, 2017
Wimbledon 2017: Marion Bartoli reveals she was suffering from swine flu, feared she would die at SW19Former French Tennis star, Marion Bartoli says 'Dying at Wimbledon will be acceptable' as she returns after life-threatening illness for her commentating job at the Wimbledon.
Jul 01, 2017
Yemen cholera death toll rises to 1,500 since April; about 250,000 people infected: WHOThe World Health Organization says a rapidly spreading cholera outbreak in Yemen has claimed 1,500 lives since April and is suspected of sickening 246,000 people.
Jun 30, 2017
Kerala nurses wage war against abysmal pay and government apathy; launch indefinite strikeIn Kerala, nurses are now making a pitched battle to gain a respectable level of subsistence.
Jun 06, 2017
Zika virus cases detected in India: Thorough investigation, educating masses is need of the hourThe Zika virus, a public heath emergency that continues to grow, has the potential to cause widespread harm to the health of people in India.
May 27, 2017
Hillary Clinton says 'fake news' is rising, slams Donald TrumpHillary Clinton addressed Wellesley college graduates and asked them to get politically involved and engaged with their communities.