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Hepatitis C <strong>free</strong> India achievable: Expert

Hepatitis C free India achievable: Expert

24 Apr 2015

Guwahati: A Hepatitis C-free India is an achievable goal if all stakeholders work together and seizethe opportunity offered by availability of new scientific innovations, said Hepatitis Foundation of Tripura president Dr Pradip Bhaumik.

Hepatitis C,   India,   Dr Pradip Bhaumik,   Hepatitis C Virus,   HIV,   Latest nation News ,  
India offers support to make SAARC region polio-<strong>free</strong>

India offers support to make SAARC region polio-free

24 Apr 2015

New Delhi: With an aim of making the South Asian region polio-free, India has offered support to technical missions from SAARC nations, the Lok Sabha was informed on Friday.

SAARC,   Polio,   Health Minister,   JP Nadda,   Pentavalent Vaccine,   Lok Sabha,   Latest Nation News ,  
Net neutrality: TRAI flooded with over 10 lakh petitions to 'keep internet <strong>free</strong>'

Net neutrality: TRAI flooded with over 10 lakh petitions to 'keep internet free'

24 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Flooding telecom regulator TRAI with their petitions, proponents of Net Neutrality have submitted more than 10 lakh petitions to 'keep internet free' -- a day before the deadline ends for submission of comments on a consultation paper in this regard.

TRAI,   Net Neutrality,   Keep internet free,   Save the internet,   Internet,   India telecom ,  
Three days consultation for implementation of <strong>free</strong> Wi-Fi in Delhi

Three days consultation for implementation of free Wi-Fi in Delhi

24 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Delhi government on Thursday initiated a three-day public consultation with industry leaders, service providers and IT experts for speedy implementation of free Wi-Fi facility in the national capital.

Consultation for Wi Fi,   Free Wi Fi,   Deputy Chief Minister,   Manish Sisodia,   Arvind Kejriwal,   Delhi Dialogue Commission,   DDC,   IT,   Latest States News,  
No need to <strong>press</strong> panic button, says Pakistan Cricket Board after Bangladesh defeat

No need to press panic button, says Pakistan Cricket Board after Bangladesh defeat

23 Apr 2015

Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board said on Thursday it would not press any panic buttons following the whitewash in the one-day series in Bangladesh.

Pakistan Cricket Board,   Shaharyar Khan,   Rashid Latif,   Bangladesh,   Misbah,   Azhar Ali,   Latest sports news,  
Government to launch toll-<strong>free</strong> helpline for TB patients

Government to launch toll-free helpline for TB patients

23 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Seeking to reach out to tuberculosis patients, the government on Thursday said that it will launch a toll-free helpline, whereby even a missed call would suffice to connect them with the health programme against the disease.

TB patients,   Health Programme,   Telecommunication Technology,   Union minister for Health,   JP Nadda,   TB free India,   TB awareness,   Mission Indradhanush,   WHO,   World Bank,  Latest Nation News ,  
Rural internet users to surge to 28 crore by 2018: Report

Rural internet users to surge to 28 crore by 2018: Report

23 Apr 2015

Mumbai: The share of rural internet users will increase nearly fivefold to touch 28 crore by 2018, signalling higher online purchasers going forward from rural India, says a research report.

Rural internet,   Internet users,   Rural India,   Internet forecast,   Free internet ,  
South Korea seeks expansion of <strong>free</strong> trade pact with India

South Korea seeks expansion of free trade pact with India

23 Apr 2015

New Delhi: South Korea, with which India has trade deficit of over USD 8 billion, has sought widening of the scope of free trade agreement by including more products under the pact.

South Korea,   Free trade pact,   Free trade agreement,   Commerce and Industry Minister,   Nirmala Sitharaman,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   CEPA,   Latest Business News ,  
BSNL offers <strong>free</strong> calls on landline phones at night from 1st May

BSNL offers free calls on landline phones at night from 1st May

23 Apr 2015

New Delhi: State-owned BSNL on Thursday went that proverbial extra mile to revive its landline business by introducing an unlimited free calling scheme during night hours.

BSNL,   BSNL tariff,   Unlimited free calling,   BSNL night pack,   BSNL landline phones,   BSNL mobile phones,  
Net neutrality debate rages on; Zuckerberg says Internet.org offers <strong>free</strong> access to over 800 million

Net neutrality debate rages on; Zuckerberg says Internet.org offers free access to over 800 million

23 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Even as the debate on Facebook's Internet.org initiative violating net neutrality rages on, its CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the platform has made free basic Internet services available to more than 800 million people in nine countries, including India.

Facebook,   Internet.org,   Net neutrality,   Mark Zuckerberg,   Free Internet,   Net neutrality India,  

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