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India's anti-tobacco face Sunita Tomar dies

India's anti-tobacco face Sunita Tomar dies

01 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Face of India's anti-tobacco campaign Sunita Tomar passed away on Wednesday at her native village in Bhind district of Madhya Pradesh.

Anti tobacco campaign,   Sunita Tomar,   oral cancer,   Tata Memorial hospital,   gutkha,   pan masala,  
 Low family income affects brain development of children

Low family income affects brain development of children

31 Mar 2015

New York: Low family income can affect the brain development of children, new research says.The study, led by researchers at the Children's Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) and Columbia University Medical Centre (CUMC), was published online in the journal Nature Neuroscience.

Low family income affects,   Low family income,   brain,   children,   Children Hospital,   Neuroscience,  
Government likely to set 550 <strong>MT</strong> production target for Coal India

Government likely to set 550 MT production target for Coal India

24 Mar 2015

New Delhi:The government is likely to set production target of 550 million tonnes (MT) for Coal India for next financial year even as it is likely to miss the goal for the current fiscal.

coal,   coal block auction,   Coal India ,   coal mines,   S Bhattacharya,   ,  
Airbus A320 crash: Germanwings co-pilot was on sick leave, <strong>hospital</strong> confirms visits

Airbus A320 crash: Germanwings co-pilot was on sick leave, hospital confirms visits

28 Mar 2015

Berlin: Prosecutors in Germany's Dusseldorf city announced on Friday that the co-pilot, who allegedly crashed the Germanwings plane in French Alps deliberately, killing all 150 on board, had a medical leave note for the day of the flight, which he hid from the company while a city hospital said he had been a patient there in the last two months.

Germanwings co pilot,   Andreas Lubitz sick leave,   Andreas Lubitz hospital visits,   Dusseldorf city,   Germanwings plane crash,   French Alps,   Andreas Lubitz,   Germanwings Airbus A320 plane,  
Nun gangrape case: Victim discharged from <strong>hospital</strong>, leaves for undisclosed destination

Nun gangrape case: Victim discharged from hospital, leaves for undisclosed destination

20 Mar 2015

Ranaghat (WB): The septuagenarian nun, who was gangraped at a convent here, was discharged from hospital in the wee hours on Friday and she left for an undisclosed destination, even as no arrests were made even six days after the incident.

Nun gangrape case,   elderly nun,   Ranaghat gangrape,   West Bengal,   Ranaghat hospital,   Convent of Jesus and Mary,  
Coal imports to touch 265 <strong>MT</strong> in FY'17; steps on to boost productivity

Coal imports to touch 265 MT in FY'17; steps on to boost productivity

09 Mar 2015

New Delhi: A slew of steps like removal of regulatory hurdles are underway to enhance India's coal output in a bid to curb rising imports that may touch 265 MT in FY'17, Coal Minister Piyush Goyal said on Monday.

Coal imports,   Coal Minister,   Piyush Goyal,   India coal output,   coal blocks,  
Nun wants to stay for more time in <strong>hospital</strong>, no arrests made

Nun wants to stay for more time in hospital, no arrests made

19 Mar 2015

Ranaghat: No arrests have been made even five days after the gangrape of a 71-year-old nun at a convent school here even as the traumatised woman's plea to stay on for some more time in hospital has been accepted.

Nun,   Gangraped,  Ranaghat sub-divisional hospital,   No arrest,   CBI,   Plea,  
Haryana Government to probe eye <strong>hospital</strong> project of Rajiv Gandhi trust

Haryana Government to probe eye hospital project of Rajiv Gandhi trust

18 Mar 2015

Chandigarh: The Haryana government on Wednesday said that an inquiry will be launched into "several extensions" given to the Rajiv Gandhi Charitable Trust for the construction of an eye hospital in Gurgaon.

Eye Hospital Project,   Rajiv Gandhi Trust,   Haryana Government,   Haryana Panchayat Minister,   OP Dhankar,  
Singapore's founding father Lee Kuan Yew dies at 91

Singapore's founding father Lee Kuan Yew dies at 91

23 Mar 2015

Singapore: Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore's founding father who dominated the country's politics for more than half a century and transformed the former British colony into a global trade and finance powerhouse, on Monday died aged 91.

Lee Kuan Yew,   Lee Kuan Yew dies,   Singapore first PM,   Singapore General Hospital,   pneumonia ,  
Barpeta Food Poisoning: 528 admitted so far in BMCH

Barpeta Food Poisoning: 528 admitted so far in BMCH

19 Mar 2015

Barpeta: The number of people affected by food poisoning at Patbousi in Barpeta district of Assam on Monday went up to 528 on Wednesday with all of them admitted to the Barpeta Medical College Hospital, hospital sources said.

Barpeta Food Poisoning,   BMCH,   Assam,   Barpeta Medical College Hospital,   Patbousi,  

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