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Encephalitis toll rises to 102 in Bengal, 43 in Assam

Encephalitis toll rises to 102 in Bengal, 43 in Assam

22 Jul 2014

Siliguri/Guwahati: Encephalitis playing havoc in north Bengal, where 102 people have died, has spread its tentacles to Assam as well taking 43 lives there.

Encephalitis,   Assam,   death due to encephalitis,   West Bengal Health Services,  
Issues of opposition not being given <strong>due</strong> importance in Lok Sabha: Kamal Nath

Issues of opposition not being given due importance in Lok Sabha: Kamal Nath

22 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Senior Congress leader Kamal Nath on Tuesday said the leaders of some opposition parties are "anxious" as their issues are not being given due importance in Lok Sabha.

Congress,   Kamal Nath,   Lok Sabha,   Sumitra Mahajan,   Parliament,  
Matt Prior to miss rest of India series <strong>due</strong> to injuries

Matt Prior to miss rest of India series due to injuries

22 Jul 2014

London: England wicket-keeper Matt Prior has taken an immediate break from the national duty due to a set of injuries and will not be part of the remainder of the Test series against India.

England wicket keeper,   Matt Prior,   Test series,   India in england,  
Rise in rape cases <strong>due</strong> to degradation of social values: Uma Bharti

Rise in rape cases due to degradation of social values: Uma Bharti

21 Jul 2014

Jhansi: Blaming degradation of social values for rising rape and molestation cases in the country, Union Water Resources Minister Uma Bharti said the problem can be overcome through social pressure and compulsions.

caste system,   Uma Bharti,   rising rape and molestation cases,   Rape cases in India,   Law against Rape case,  
WTO: Bali pact may run into rough <strong>weather</strong>, India toughens stand

WTO: Bali pact may run into rough weather, India toughens stand

18 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The World Trade Organization's Bali agreement may run into rough weather with the developed world dithering on their commitments to push forward India's food security and other issues concerning poor nations, officials said.

Bali,   Bali agreement,   WTO,   India’s food security,   food security ,  
One crore vehicles increase in TN in 8 years, 15,000 <strong>deaths</strong> killed last year

One crore vehicles increase in TN in 8 years, 15,000 deaths killed last year

19 Jul 2014

Chennai: More than 15,000 persons lost their lives in accidents in Tamil Nadu in 2013 while there has been an increase of over one crore registered vehicles in the state during the last eight years, the state assembly was informed on Friday.

Tamil Nadu,   vehicles in Tamil Nadu,   accidents,   road accidents,   Tamil Nadu Assembly,  
<strong>Cold</strong> claims seven more lives, toll touches sixty-nine

Cold claims seven more lives, toll touches sixty-nine

31 Dec 2012

Severe cold wave claimed seven more lives in Uttar Pradesh taking the toll this winter to 69. Two people lost their lives in Barabanki, one each in Gonda, Deoria, Ballia, Banda, and Hamirpur districts. According to Met office, maximum temperature continued to be below normal by 6 to 11 degrees Celsius in parts of the state.

Cold waves,   below normal temperature,   severe cold,   deaths due to cold weather,   deaths due to cold weather in Lucknow,  
Doctors keen to introduce health facilities for infants as death toll rises to 20 in Malda

Doctors keen to introduce health facilities for infants as death toll rises to 20 in Malda

16 Jul 2014

Malda, West Bengal: With three more succumbing, the infants’ death toll rose to 20 in the past 96 hours in Malda district of West Bengal due to which doctors seriously pondered over the issue of introducing modern health care facilities.

Modern health care facilities,   Infant deaths,   Doctors,  
Saina Nehwal pulls out of Glasgow Commonwealth Games <strong>due</strong> to injury

Saina Nehwal pulls out of Glasgow Commonwealth Games due to injury

18 Jul 2014

New Delhi: India's hopes of fetching five badminton medals at the Commonwealth Games suffered a massive jolt on Friday as ace shuttler and defending champion Saina Nehwal pulled out of the Glasgow event after failing to recover from leg blisters sustained during the Australian Open Super Series triumph last month.

Saina Nehwal,   Commonwealth Games,   Glasgow Commonwealth Games,   Commonwealth Games 2014,   badminton player,  
<strong>Cold</strong> wave claims 13 more lives, toll reaches sixty two

Cold wave claims 13 more lives, toll reaches sixty two

29 Dec 2012

Uttar Pradesh continued to remain in the grip of severe cold wave as 13 more people lost their lives due to chill, taking the toll this winter to 62.

Cold waves,   cold conditions prevailed,   below normal temperature,   severe cold,   deaths due to cold weather,   deaths due to cold weather in Lucknow,  

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