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11 December, 2018 6:29 AM Toffee Insurance Partners Wildcraft to Launch Backpack Insurance in India

Toffee Insurance, an insuretech startup based in Gurugram, has partnered with outdoor gear brand Wildcraft to insure backpacks. The policy covers loss and theft of the backpack for up to six months and has zero depreciation at the time of purchase, and it can be extended for a further six months. This offer is valid if you purchase any Wildcraft backpack 151

27 November, 2018 2:53 PM Shraddha Kapoor Is A Foodie. This Pic Is Proof

Shraddha Kapoor's expression in the picture is super cute Anyone who has been following Shraddha Kapoor on social media would know that the actress is a fitness enthusiast and that she frequently shares posts pertaining to healthy eating on social media but her recent Instagram post is an exception. Going by Shraddha's recent Instagram post, seems like the Stree 138

20 November, 2018 3:45 PM 2 Women Die Of Swine Flu In Tamil Nadu's Coimbatore

Two women, one of them pregnant, have died of swine flu at the government hospital, sources in the facility said Tuesday. 22-year-old Baby, from Tirupur, was hospitalised on November 17 with fever and tested positive for swine flu, the sources said. Similarly, 50-year-old Veerammal from Pollachi in the district, who had been undergoing treatment for swine 92

9 November, 2018 7:43 AM Tamil Film's Makers Reportedly Give In To AIADMK Sarkar, To Cut Scenes

The AIADMK has objected to scenes and lines in Sarkar that it says are critical of the state government. The makers of 'Sarkar', a political thriller starring actor Vijay, have reportedly agreed, under pressure from the state government, to cut out or mute parts of the movie apparently critical of the ruling AIADMK and former chief minister J Jayalalithaa 200

22 October, 2018 6:21 PM Dengue Cases Crosses 1,000-Mark In Delhi This Season

Dengue cases crossed the 1,000-mark in Delhi this season, with nearly 540 people being diagnosed with the vector-borne disease in October only, according to a municipal report released today. Also, 411 cases of malaria and 109 of chikungunya have been reported this season till October 20, the report said. The report says at least 539 of the dengue cases 97

27 August, 2018 2:35 PM When Madhuri Dixit And Kajol Turned 'Mushy Paparazzi' For Asha Bhosle

Kajol, who is busy with the promotional duties of her upcoming film Helicopter Eela, was recently spotted on the sets of a dance reality show, which is being judged by Madhuri Dixit. The meeting was indeed special since legendary singer Asha Bhosle also made an appearance on the sets. Kajol marked the special moment with a photo, which she shared with her Instafam 102

23 July, 2018 3:11 PM Call Parents Of Students Found With Tobacco: Delhi Government To Schools

The Delhi government has issued guidelines to all schools in the national capital for making them "tobacco-free zones", including summoning parents of those children who are found in possession of tobacco products. "Weall are aware that tobacco is a major cause of deaths in India, surpassing the combined total deaths caused by Malaria, Dengue, TB & HIV/AIDS 121

19 July, 2018 9:53 AM 6 Side Effects Of Papayas You Should Know

Add it to your salads or blend it into a glassful of juice or smoothie, papaya (or papita), makes for an excellent summer delight. This low-calorie fruit has many health benefits to offer. According to the book Healing Foods by DK Publishing, it is known to have antibacterial properties and promotes good digestion, and almost every part of the plant 94

15 June, 2018 7:27 PM GVMC identifies dengue, malaria hotspots in city

Series of measures planned to prevent outbreak of fevers With somewhat early reporting of dengue cases in June itself, GVMC has identified dengue and malaria hotspots and chalked out an action plan to prevent the incidence. Besides pressing 300 malaria workers into service, four fogging, 50 hand-fogging and 20 power sprayers will be used to prevent breeding 45

1 March, 2018 5:06 PM Pharma pricing panel chief Bhupendra Singh shunted out

Bhupendra Singh had pointed out profiteering by private hospitals Ten days after he released evidence of profiteering by private hospitals when dengue broke out, National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) chairman Bhupendra Singh was transferred on Wednesday night. The NPAA investigation found that four private hospitals were forcing patients to buy drugs 68