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Adopt healthy food habits for Holi

Adopt healthy food habits for Holi

04 Mar 2015

New Delhi: With truckloads of deep fried food items and sweets in front of you, it is difficult to lose weight during festivals like Holi, which is on Friday this year.

Holi,   Fried food,   Sweets,  Over eating,   Lose weight,   Health tips,  
Relieved Nadda as <strong>Health</strong> Minister pending AIIMS probe:CPI(M)

Relieved Nadda as Health Minister pending AIIMS probe:CPI(M)

02 Mar 2015

New Delhi: A demand for relieving Health Minister J P Nadda from his charge pending a probe into his alleged interference in working of the vigilance administration of AIIMS was made in the Rajya Sabha on Monday. Raising the issue during zero hour, T K Rangarajan (CPI-M) said Nadda, as an MP between May 23, 2013 and 2014, had sought dismantling of the vigilance section of the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) that was probing corruption in the purchase of machinery and medicines.

#JPNadda #HealthMinister #AIIMS #TKRangarajan ,  
Swineflu death toll touches 1,158, Ahmedabad lawyers stay away from work

Swineflu death toll touches 1,158, Ahmedabad lawyers stay away from work

03 Mar 2015

New Delhi/Ahmedabad: Swine flu claimed the lives of 43 more people taking the toll in the country to 1,158 with Gujarat and Rajasthan reporting maximum deaths sparking panic among lawyers in Ahmedabad where nearly 10,000 of them on Tuesday stayed away from work.

Swine flu death toll,   Ahemdabad lawyers,   Swine flu,   H1N1 Virus,   Health Ministry,   Gujarat High Court,   Health Minister JP Nadda ,  
North Korea may remove Ebola quarantine measures

North Korea may remove Ebola quarantine measures

02 Mar 2015

Pyongyang: North Korea might remove quarantine measures against Ebola from Tuesday, health ministry officials said on Monday.

North Korea,   quarantine measures,   Ebola,   health ministry,  
Lurking on Facebook may lead to depression

Lurking on Facebook may lead to depression

01 Mar 2015

Washington: Using Facebook only to scroll through your news feed or browse other people's profiles could make you feel envious and depressed, according to a new study.

Facebook,   Depression,   Social Media,   Health ,  
Tips for healthy mind, body, heart for women

Tips for healthy mind, body, heart for women

02 Mar 2015

New Delhi: In the process to take care of their home and career, it gets difficult for women to take care of their mind, body and heart.

healthy mind Tips,   human heart,   women,   tips for good health ,  
Female, infant foeticide rising: Union <strong>Health</strong> Minister

Female, infant foeticide rising: Union Health Minister

27 Feb 2015

New Delhi: The government admitted that there has been an increase in cases of female and infant foeticide across the country.

Female Foeticide,   Infanticide,   Union Health Minister,   JP Nadda,   Sex Ratio,   Sex Determination,   HRD and WCD Ministry,  
Completely wrong to call  Budget pro-corporate: Government

Completely wrong to call Budget pro-corporate: Government

01 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Rebutting criticism that proposals in the Budget for 2015-16 are pro-corporate and anti-poor, government on Sunday said the views are "completely wrong and ill founded" and not backed by any data.

Jayant Sinha,   Budget 2015,   Budget Session 2015,   Budget pro corporate,   Budget anti poor,  
Black money holders will have a last chance to disclose assets

Black money holders will have a last chance to disclose assets

01 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Indians holding black money abroad will be given a last chance to disclose their overseas bank accounts or wealth to the government and avoid a jail term.

Black Money,   SIT,   account holders,   overseas bank accounts,   disclose assets,   Union Minister of State for Finance,   Jayant Sinha ,  
Six more die of swine flu in Rajasthan; Government says no negligence

Six more die of swine flu in Rajasthan; Government says no negligence

02 Mar 2015

Jaipur: Six more deaths due to swine flu were reported in Rajasthan in the last 24 hours, taking the toll due to the H1N1 virus to 267, even as the state government assured that there has been no negligence in treatment by either doctors or para-medical staff at government hospitals.

Rajasthan,   Swine flu,   H1N1 Virus,   Swine flu deaths,   State health Minister,   RS Rathore,  

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