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May 20, 2017
Indian Council of Medical Research to adopt UN agency's standards on clinical trialsIndian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), along with other global health bodies, have decided to adopt UN health agency's recommendations on clinical trials.
Sep 17, 2016
Exclusive: Baba Ramdev and RSS lobbying govt to tax Coca-Cola, PepsiCo heavilyDuring their meetings with the two ministries, representatives of the RSS and Baba Ramdev are learnt to have cited warnings of health campaigners that adults and children in India continued to consume huge quantities of hidden sugar in processed food and drink, fuelling obesity and poor health
Mar 04, 2016
Indian scientists were aware of Zika virus in 1950s: ICMR headIndian scientists were aware of Zika virus way back in 1950s and had even stored a vial of the pathogen, which has now emerged as a global health threat
Nov 03, 2014
Bhopal gas tragedy survivors to stage indefinite hunger strike in Delhi from 19 NovemberArray
Oct 22, 2012
Heavy mobile phone use can cause brain tumour: Italian Supreme CourtHere’s one court ruling that will make you shift uncomfortably in your seat. The Supreme Court in Italy...
Oct 04, 2012
Complaint Handling System for EMF Radiation launched in MumbaiThe Department of Telecom today launched a public helpline and web-portal for registering complaints against Electro-Magnetic Field (EMF) radiations...
Sep 26, 2012
DoT asks users to check SAR value of mobile before buyingDoT has asked mobile phone users to check the SAR value of a mobile handset before purchase...
Sep 01, 2012
Use mobile phone on speaker or earphones to avoid radiation: Govt guidelinesMobile radiation regulations are set to get stricter from today - September 1. Earlier reports leading to this day ...
Aug 27, 2012
New radiation norms: Manufacturers have to phase out old phones by August 2013A copy of a note by the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) to mobile phone manufacturers, which was reviewed by Mint....