While this is not uncommon for other animals, the notion that human beings were also affected by the moon was a controversial theory.
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Wealthy but not healthy: India's rich more likely to suffer hypertension, says National Family Health Survey
Nearly 13 percent women and 18 percent men aged 15-49 in the highest stratum of the wealth index have hypertension (high blood pressure), according to data from the National Family Health Survey (NFHS), 2015-16 (NFHS-4). This is the first time the NFHS has included the measurement of blood pressure.
As 8 states go to polls in 2018, a look at how rural debt, distress and death continue to grow nationwide
Behind rising NPAs is a story of growing crop failures – increasingly linked to climate change – and falling rural incomes.
Indoor air pollution deadlier than industrial, caused 1.24 lakh premature deaths in India in 2015, finds study
Indoor air pollution caused 1.24 lakh premature deaths in India in 2015, more than the emissions from coal power plants or other industrial sources.
The government has earmarked Rs 48,000 crore for the development of smart cities.
The Centre would extensively utilise geo-spatial technology in realising its vision to build 100 smart cities across the country, Union Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu said today.
Finance Minister Jaitley emphasises that India needs to undergo rapid urbanisation in next 2 decades
Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Thursday stressed on India's need to urbanise rapidly in the next two decades in line with its present development in order to relieve the pressure on agriculture.
So what do you think about the urban poor? Are their problems worth thinking about?
Who wants more money in hand when the government is giving us Kanhaiya?
The on-demand media streaming company has said that it wants to position itself as a premium service provider in India.
A volunteer* led a classroom lesson on the topic of sex with girls at a private school. After she finished, she opened the floor to questions. Many students raised their hands and asked about the abortion procedures they had each recently undergone. The girls had undertaken the medical procedures without parental consent and had queries.
A higher amount was spent for treatment per hospitalised case by people in the private hospitals.
The sensational suicide in Delhi and Rahul Gandhi’s well-timed aggression have made farmers’ distress a politically expedient issue.
The problem with Rahul’s strategy is that he is been there, done that before. His faux anger, speeches, train yatras, aam aadmi acts all give a sense a déjà vu.
Now, this delinking is a stated policy of the government, therefore it is surprising that the house did not seek a debate on Goyal's answer. What is effectively happening is that there is a division expected between an urban consumers and a rural consumer
Praising the efforts of National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (Nabard), Jaitley said it has played key role in development of rural India which comprises of largest percentage of India's population.<br />
Modi's new comprehensive financial inclusion programme has three major shifts from the one pursued by the previous government.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley in Budget 2014-15 had announced developing 100 smart cities as satellite towns of larger cities and by modernising the existing mid-sized cities.<br />
As per the NSSO survey in 2012, while 23.9 percent women, who were graduates and above, were working in urban areas, just 2.4 percent in the same catagory were working in rural areas.<br />