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Is your <strong>college</strong> going kid more active on weekends?

Is your college going kid more active on weekends?

20 Aug 2014

New York: Parents always suspect that their college going kids prefer weekends to weekdays.  Now there is proof that college graduates are more active on weekends compared to non-college goers.

Parents,   college going kids,   weekends,   weekdays college degree,   physical activity,   adults,  
One more dies of AES, taking the total toll of deaths to 221

One more dies of AES, taking the total toll of deaths to 221

16 Aug 2014

Kolkata: One person died from Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES), a health official said.

AES,   Kolkata deaths,   Calcutta Medical College,   Biswaranjan Satpathy,   West Bengal Health Services,  
SC directs <strong>medical</strong> examination of Asaram

SC directs medical examination of Asaram

19 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed the constitution of a medical board to examine self-styled godman Asaram for trigeminal neuralgia, which causes severe headaches to those afflicted with the condition.

Supreme Court,   Medical board,   Asaram Bapu,   Trigeminal neuralgia,   Jaipur jail,   Asaram health,  
Sonam Kapoor promotes 'Khoobsurat' at Umang <strong>College</strong> Fest

Sonam Kapoor promotes 'Khoobsurat' at Umang College Fest

18 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Bollywood's fashionista Sonam Kapoor was spotted promoting her upcoming flick ‘Khoobsurat’ at Umang College fest in Mumbai recently.

Sonam Kapoor,   Khoobsurat,   Umang College Fest,   Film Promotion,   Shashanka Ghosh ,  
Two involved in AIIMS construction receive extortion threats

Two involved in AIIMS construction receive extortion threats

20 Aug 2014

Rae Bareli: Two persons, including an AGM, involved in construction of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here allegedly received extortion threats, following which two FIRs have been lodged in this connection, police said.

AIIMS,   extortion threats,   medical institute,   health institute,   FIR,  
Bipasha Basu promotes 'Creature 3D' at a <strong>college</strong>

Bipasha Basu promotes 'Creature 3D' at a college

18 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Bipasha Basu visited a suburban college to promote her upcoming horror flick 'Creature 3D'. She also distributed audio CDs of the movie.

Bipasha Basu,   Creature 3D,   audio CDs,   Bipasha Basu movie,   Vikram Bhatt,   Raaz,  
'Rights-based framework needed to regularize surrogacy'-CSR Report

'Rights-based framework needed to regularize surrogacy'-CSR Report

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: There is an urgent need for a rights-based legal framework to regularize surrogacy in India, a study report said on Tuesday.

Surrogacy,   Regularized surrogacy,   Centre for Social Research,   Indian surrogacy,   Assisted Reproductive Technology,   Indian Council for Medical Research,  
<strong>Medical</strong> technology can be USD 50 billion industry by 2025: CII

Medical technology can be USD 50 billion industry by 2025: CII

18 Aug 2014

New Dehi: The USD 6.3 billion medical technology industry in India has the potential to expand to USD 50 billion by 2025 if it receives the appropriate policy support, the Confederation of Industry said ahead of a conference it is scheduled to hold on Wednesday.

Medical technology,   Medical industry,   Confederation of Industry,   Boston Consulting Group,   Medical Technology Conference,  
Amnesty International hails release of Irom Sharmila

Amnesty International hails release of Irom Sharmila

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The release of Indian rights activist Irom Sharmila is a legal and moral victory following her 13 year-long hunger strike, Amnesty International India said on Tuesday.

Amnesty International,   Irom Sharmila,   Armed Forces act,   Hunger strike,   freedom of expression,   National Human Rights Commission,   Iron Lady,   Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Medical Sciences,   Indian activist,  
Delhi High Court issues notice to Centre, AIIMS for refusing surgery to poor man

Delhi High Court issues notice to Centre, AIIMS for refusing surgery to poor man

19 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Tuesday issued notice to the Centre, city government and All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) on a plea by a person seeking a direction to the hospital to provide him free treatment costing nearly Rs. 8 lakh for Reiter's disease.

Delhi High Court,   All India Institute of Medical Sciences,   AIIMS,   surgery for poor,   Union Health Ministry,  

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