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2 June, 2018 6:40 PM In need of a lifeline

The global battle against tuberculosis (TB) will be won or lost in India because most TB patients live there. Last month, we — at the Delhi Network of Positive People (DNP+) — lost a member of our staff, a fierce HIV activist, to TB. After decades of activism that made HIV treatment accessible, Anita (name changed) died painfully and gradually, on April 50

31 May, 2018 7:45 PM Educating people on area-specific crimes

Police hold meetings, distribute books The city police have initiated proactive steps to tackle crime, following the orders of the Commissioner of Police, A.K. Vishwanathan, and are distributing books on crimes and the modus operandi of offenders in every area. The books are tailor-made for each area and help to create awareness among the residents 40

29 May, 2018 6:48 PM Maharashtra To Give Students Who Climbed Mount Everest Rs 25 Lakh Each

Mumbai: The Maharashtra government has announced a reward of Rs 25 lakh each to the state's five tribal students who successfully scaled the world's highest peak Mount Everest earlier this month. The other five students, who could not complete the entire trek, would be rewarded with Rs 10 lakh, state finance minister Sudhir Mungantiwar said today 42

25 May, 2018 4:28 PM No Indian films in Pakistan during Id

This is to promote local movies, says an official Pakistan has imposed a temporary ban on the exhibition and screening of Indian and other foreign language films during Id in response to demands by the domestic film industry. According to a notification issued by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, the screening of Indian and foreign films 78

12 May, 2018 6:35 AM Cannes 2018: Deepika Padukone Is Femme Fatale in Black. Seen Pics Yet?

After a bright Cannes red carpet appearance, Deepika Padukone changed into an elegant black dress for the Chopard party After her spectacular second day on the Cannes red carper, Deepika Padukone swiftly changed into a stunning black outfit for the Chopard party hosted on the sidelines of the Cannes Film Festival on May 11. From a hot pink Ashi Studio 114

12 April, 2018 3:06 AM No tenders called, but an agency gets nod to conduct thyroid tests

Doctors at Mother and Child Hospital refuse to refer patients to Life Care Diagnostics & Thyroid Centre If what the Medical Superintendent of District Hospital said is to be believed, District Collector Gaurav Uppal, also the chairman of Hospital Development Committee, has endorsed the allotment of thyroid profile tests to an agency without calling for tenders 27

11 April, 2018 8:05 AM Karnataka polls: First CM's kin hopes to revive legacy

Holding firmly on to a slice of history, the granddaughter-in-law of undivided Karnataka's first chief minister. K C Reddy, has been camping in the national capital, hoping to fight an election for an Assembly seat in the state. For the last two days, Vasantha Kavitha Shrikar K C Reddy has been waiting anxiously outside the Congress party's electoral 46

1 April, 2018 7:20 PM Over 4, 000 locals attend medical camp

The Government Junior College grounds here teemed with people on Sunday as a mega medical camp was organised by the district medical and health department in association with Indian Red Cross Society (IRCS). A total of 60 doctors and para-medical staff attended to various ailments of 4,192 persons and provided medicine to them. Apart from screening cases 50

22 March, 2018 6:56 AM Supreme Court closes inquiry into Tej Pratap Yadav’s role in Bihar journalist’s murder

The apex court closed inquiry into photographs showing him with the person accused of murdering Rajdeo Ranjan in Siwan. Former Bihar Health Minister Tej Pratap Yadav won legal reprieve on Thursday when the Supreme Court relied on a favourable CBI report and closed inquiry into photographs showing him with a person who is accused of murdering journalist 27

13 March, 2018 12:55 PM Filariasis rearing its head again in State

140 cases reported in Kozhikode district since October last Lymphatic filariasis is reportedly making a comeback through migrant labourers though the State claims to have eradicated the disease except in Palakkad district and a few blocks in Malappuram. The highest number of cases, 140 since last October, have been reported in Kozhikode district 74