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Shorter tuberculosis treatment not a successful alternative: Study

Shorter tuberculosis treatment not a successful alternative: Study

24 Oct 2014

London: A shortened four months treatment for tuberculosis may not be a successful alternative to the current six-month standard treatment, scientists have found.

tuberculosis,   TB,   health problem,   TB patient,   highly endemic TB,  
Over 30 dengue cases reported in <strong>Bihar</strong>

Over 30 dengue cases reported in Bihar

24 Oct 2014

Patna: With more than 30 dengue cases reported in Bihar till Friday, the Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH) here has set up a separate ward for dengue patients and the state government has sounded an alert, officials said.

dengue cases in Bihar,   Bihar,   dengue cases,   Patna Medical College and Hospital,   PMCH,   dengue patients,  
INSAT-3D helped in tracking Cyclone Hudhud accurately: IMD

INSAT-3D helped in tracking Cyclone Hudhud accurately: IMD

24 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Images from INSAT-3D, which became operational in January this year, played an important role while tracking Cyclone Hudhud which hit the east coast of India on October 12, according to Indian Meteorological Department.

New Delhi,   images,  INSAT-3D,   Cyclone Hudhud,   India,   Indian Meteorological Department,   IMD,  
Delhi fire <strong>department</strong> gets 293 calls on Diwali

Delhi fire department gets 293 calls on Diwali

24 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi Fire Services (DFS) received 293 calls -- the highest in the past five years -- on Diwali Thursday, an official said on Friday.

Delhi Fire Services ,   DFS,   Diwali,   Fire cases,   Fire brigade ,   Diwali in Delhi ,  
John Kerry lits diya to celebrate first ever Diwali at State <strong>Department</strong>

John Kerry lits diya to celebrate first ever Diwali at State Department

24 Oct 2014

Washington: Amidst chanting of Vedic mantras and lighting of the traditional 'diya' by none other than US Secretary of State John Kerry, Diwali – the festival of lights was celebrated for the first time at the State Department.

John Kerry,   lits diya,   celebrate Diwali,   first Diwali,   State Department,   Indian festival,   festivity,   ,  
First case of Ebola confirmed in Mali: <strong>Health</strong> Ministry

First case of Ebola confirmed in Mali: Health Ministry

24 Oct 2014

Bamako: Mali's health ministry has said the country had its first confirmed case of Ebola after a two-year-old girl who had recently been in Guinea tested positive for the virus.

Ebola,   Ebola Mali,   Health Ministry,   ebola virus,   deadly diseases,   ,  
Ebola still of 'great concern' in west Africa epicentre: WHO

Ebola still of 'great concern' in west Africa epicentre: WHO

24 Oct 2014

Geneva : Top Ebola experts raised grave concerns about the worsening epidemic in west Africa as the number of infections soared to almost 10,000 and the death toll edged closer to 4,900. The World Heath Organization said after an emergency meeting on the deadly haemorrhagic fever that the situation in the worst-hit countries of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone "remains of great concern" as cases increase exponentially.

World Health Organisation,   Ebola Virus,   Ebola Attack,   West Africa,   WHO Deputy Chief,   Keji Fukuda,  
India's first fish hospital to come up in Kolkata

India's first fish hospital to come up in Kolkata

24 Oct 2014

Kolkata: The country's first hospital to treat abnormalities and diseases in fish is set to come up in Kolkata by mid-2015, a senior scientist said. Senior scientist T J Abraham, who is spearheading the project told that the work has already started on the project.

First Fish Hospital,   West Bengal,   Senior Scientist TJ Abraham,   World Animal Health Organisation,   Indian Council of Agricultural Research,   Union Ministry of Agriculture,   ,  
Goa govt initiates clearance of mining leases for operations

Goa govt initiates clearance of mining leases for operations

23 Oct 2014

Panaji : The state mines department has moved a file clearing ten mining leases, initiating a major step to resume mining operations halted for last two years in Goa. The file clearing the proposal of ten mining leases has been moved to state mines secretary, a senior mines department official said.  

Goa,   Supreme Court,   Mine Leases,   states mine department,  
Light drinking sharpens memory for people above sixty

Light drinking sharpens memory for people above sixty

23 Oct 2014

New York: Research shows that if you are above 60, having a drink or two could sharpen your memory. A team of researchers found that for people, aged 60 and above, who do not have dementia, light alcohol consumption during late life is associated with higher episodic memory - the ability to recall memories of events.

Light drinking,   sharp memory,   people above 60,   health,   study,   research,  

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