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SC refuses bail to Asaram on <strong>health</strong> grounds

SC refuses bail to Asaram on health grounds

23 Sep 2014

New Delhi:  The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to grant bail to self-styled godman Asaram Bapu on health grounds in Jodhpur rape case as his medical condition was found to be stable.

Asaram,   rape case against Asaram,   Asaram hearing,   crime against women,   Asaram case,  
Modi to undertake over 50 engagements during maiden US visit

Modi to undertake over 50 engagements during maiden US visit

23 Sep 2014

Washington/New York: From meeting President Barack Obama to delivering his maiden speech at the UN General Assembly, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will have his hands full during his visit to the US, where he is expected to undertake more than 50 engagements over 100 hours of stay.

Narendra Modi,   UN General Assembly,   Modi’s speech at UN General Assembly,   Obama,   Michael Bloomberg,   Modi US visa,   Modi to visit USA,  
NanoHealth ties up with GVK BIO for healthcare services

NanoHealth ties up with GVK BIO for healthcare services

23 Sep 2014

Hyderabad: NanoHealth, a social venture founded by a group of Indian School of Business, has launched holistic managed health care services in association with GVK BIO, for slum dwellers.

NanoHealth,   GVK BIO,   healthcare services,   Indian School of Business,   local health networks,   cost-effective healthcare,   urban slum dwellers,  
Ebola kills 2,811; outbreak contained in Sengal, Nigera: WHO

Ebola kills 2,811; outbreak contained in Sengal, Nigera: WHO

23 Sep 2014

Geneva: The deadliest Ebola epidemic ever has now killed 2,811 in West Africa, the World Health Organization has said, adding though in Senegal and Nigeria, the outbreak had been basically contained.

Ebola,   ebola virus,   ebola epidemic,   Senegal,   Nigeria,   WHO,   World Health Organization ,  
Injured Clarke shaking up fitness regime

Injured Clarke shaking up fitness regime

22 Sep 2014

Melbourne: Injured Australia captain Michael Clarke will arrive in the United Arab Emirates five days ahead of the rest of the test squad as he races to be fit for the two-match series against Pakistan.

Australia cricket team,   Australia captain,   Michael Clarke,   Triangular series,   Zimbabwe,   South Africa,   Australia,  
Telecom industry relieved over court ruling on mobile towers

Telecom industry relieved over court ruling on mobile towers

22 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The latest verdict of the Gujarat High Court that base stations for wireless data and mobile communications pose no threat to health if prescribed norms are followed, say industry experts.

Telecom industry,   mobile towers,   Gujarat High Court,   Health hazards,   Bhaskar Bhattacharya,   Radio frequency,   ,  
Yoga improves <strong>health</strong>, reduces stress: <strong>Health</strong> experts

Yoga improves health, reduces stress: Health experts

17 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Yoga is the best way to tackle anxiety, stress and psycho neurotic disorders, easily resulting in better health and regulation of stress hormones, health experts said.

Yoga,   health,   stress,   anxiety,   psycho neurotic disorders,  
<strong>Health</strong> ministry to strengthen basic <strong>health</strong> care

Health ministry to strengthen basic health care

16 Sep 2014

New Delhi: The Health Ministry will rope in private and semi-government firms to improve basic health care, union Health Secretary Lov Verma said here on Tuesday.

Health Ministry,   Lov Verma,   health care,   Harsh Vardhan,   ,  
<strong>Health</strong> booths to be opened in Mangalore

Health booths to be opened in Mangalore

16 Sep 2014

Mangalore: Health booths to cater to the health needs of labourers and mobile health units would be launched in and around the city as part of the 'National Urban Health Campaign', Minister for Health and Family Welfare UT Khadar has said.

Health booths,   mobile health units,   National Urban Health Campaign,   Minister for Health and Family Welfare,   UT Khadar,   ,  
Mobile technology may improve India's <strong>health</strong> care

Mobile technology may improve India's health care

17 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Mobile phones and smart devices will have a large role to play in improving access to health care and involving patients more in their own treatment, a leading Oxford University academic said.

Mobile technology,   India's health care,   smart devices,   Global Health,   health access,  

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