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Liberia is free of ebola virus, says WHO

Sep 03, 2015

Liberia is free of ebola virus, says WHO

The World Health Organisation (WHO) on Thursday declared Liberia free of ebola virus transmission. #NewsTracker #WHO #Liberia #World Health Organisation #Ebola
Sensex soars nearly 300 pts on short-covering, US markets recovery

Sep 03, 2015

Sensex soars nearly 300 pts on short-covering, US markets recovery

Market breadth was extremely positive with 1,477 stocks advancing against declines on BSE #Sensex #nifty #FIIs #BSE #CNX #short covering #US markets recovery #Chinese markets close #economic health
Islamic State claims bomb attack on Yemeni mosque, 28 reported dead | Reuters

Sep 03, 2015

Islamic State claims bomb attack on Yemeni mosque, 28 reported dead | Reuters

SANAA Islamic State's Yemen branch claimed responsibility for two bombings at a mosque in a northern district of the capital Sanaa that media run by the Houthi militia said killed at least 28 people and wounded 75 on Wednesday. The al-Mo'ayyad mosque, run by the Houthis in the al-Jarraf neighbourhood of Sanaa, has previously been targeted by the ultra-radical Islamic State, who regard the Iran-allied Houthis as heretics. The Houthi-controlled Saba news agency said in a text message that the first explosion was caused by a suicide bomber in the al-Mo'ayyad mosque, followed by a car bomb blast that targeted medics outside the building. #Middle East #Health #Argentina #Business #Economy
Four killed, 13 hurt during violence in Churachandpur in Manipur; indefinite curfew imposed

Sep 01, 2015

Four killed, 13 hurt during violence in Churachandpur in Manipur; indefinite curfew imposed

Three persons were killed in violence in Churachandpur in Manipur which broke out over the passing of laws to regulate the entry of outsiders into the state. #NewsTracker #Manipur #Churachandpur #Inner Line Permit #manipur health minister #Manipur Land Revenue and Land Reforms Bill
Indrani Mukerjea's troubled past may have driven her to extreme behaviour, say experts

Sep 01, 2015

Indrani Mukerjea's troubled past may have driven her to extreme behaviour, say experts

As reports about the alleged parental abuse of Indrani Mukerjea the mother and the prime suspect in the murder of her daughter Sheena Bora during her childhood emerge, experts say that effects of extreme negative parenting may have crept deeper into her personality, turning her into a cold-hearted person #NewsTracker #Mental health #Child Abuse #psychiatrists #Indrani Mukerjea #Sheena Bora murder mystery
Violence in Manipur: Houses of state health minister and five MLAs set on fire

Sep 01, 2015

Violence in Manipur: Houses of state health minister and five MLAs set on fire

The houses of Manipur's health minister and five other lawmakers were set on fire in Churachandpur district on Monday. Violence erupted in Churachandpur over Inner Line Permit issue, reports said. #NewsTracker #Manipur #Inner Line Permit #violence in manipur #manipur health minister
Sun, Wockhardt recall drugs from US market

Aug 30, 2015

Sun, Wockhardt recall drugs from US market

Bupropion is an antidepressant used to treat major depressive disorder and seasonal affective disorder. #Business #Sun Pharma #Health #CompanyWatch #Wockhardt
Cancer, transplant patients protest Venezuela's medicine shortages| Reuters

Aug 28, 2015

Cancer, transplant patients protest Venezuela's medicine shortages| Reuters

CARACAS Venezuelans with chronic medical conditions such as breast cancer, hemophilia and transplants protested in Caracas on Thursday, the latest demonstration to demand urgent medicines in a country whose health care system is beset with shortages. Around 13,000 people with chronic issues are at risk of severe harm if they do not take medicines including chemotherapy and medicines to prevent organ transplants being rejected, according to organizer CodeVida, a non-profit umbrella health group #Business #United States #India #Technology #Health #opinion
Faulty gall bladder operation kills woman: Mumbai doctor told to pay Rs 23 lakh

Aug 24, 2015

Faulty gall bladder operation kills woman: Mumbai doctor told to pay Rs 23 lakh

A Mumbai doctor on Friday was ordered to pay a compensation of Rs 21 lakh to the kin of the woman who died after developing septicemia after a routine surgery to remove gallbladder stones by endoscopic retrograde cholangio pancreatography in 2001. #Father #NewsTracker #Health #Family #Mumbai #surgery #doctor #victim #condition #kin