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Swine flu spreads, India falters
April 29, 2009
Within 24 hours, the swine flu death toll in Mexico climbed to 152, putting Indian holiday plans in jeopardy and forcing ...
Chinese grandchild visits India
July 19, 2004
Sun Shuyun recollects her experiences while travelling to India. The journey ends, where it began, in Xuanzang.
Drug won?t be retailed
February 21, 2006
THE GOVERNMENT is banning the retail sale of oseltamivir, the drug used to treat bird flu. "We'll not permit indiscrimin ...
Hope floats: Rahul better, may not need life support
June 3, 2006
Rahul and his father's Secy fell ill on Friday and were rushed to hospital. Moitra was declared brought dead.
Intimate terror shows no gender bias
April 9, 2011
Of the many mindless acts of terrorism in the world, the one least talked about is ‘intimate terrorism’, which is the po ...
Smoke-free offices help you kick the butt at home
March 26, 2013
Making workplaces smoke free discourages smoking at home, a joint study conducted by Imperial College London and the Pub ...
TB database for better tracking and treatment
March 24, 2013
India has set up a digital database of 1.4 million people being treated free for tuberculosis under the Rs. 710-crore ...
Losing sleep over sleeplessness
March 17, 2013
Sleep deprivation or poor sleep quality does more than just leave you grumpy and irritable; it causes or is caused by de ...
Go nuts to lose weight
March 16, 2013
A handful of walnuts a day does as much good to your heart as a daily dose of cholesterol-lowering medicines called stat ...
The only matter of the heart that matters
March 16, 2013
It was an Oprah show, of all things, which convinced me that even when it comes to disease and death, the odds are stack ...
India staring at killer lifestyle epidemic
March 5, 2013
Heart ailments are the biggest killers, followed by lung disease and stroke, show data from Global Burden of Diseases, I ...
Saving your baby from womb hazards
March 2, 2013
Eating food high in fat and sugar during pregnancy can rewire your baby’s brain and turn her into a junk food addict eve ...
Health allocation not enough to cover everyone, say experts
March 1, 2013
The Rs 37,330 crore budget allocation to the ministry of health and family welfare is making several public health ex ...
Is slow-parenting edging out supermoms?
February 16, 2013
Bringing up baby is not easy. The stories about parenthood being the greatest adventure of your life are just smart wind ...
Contaminated water stunting growth of Indian kids: UNICEF
February 14, 2013
Malnutrition and stunting is higher in the country than the poorest parts of sub-Saharan Africa and here's why - infecti ...
FRIENDS anniversary: We were all part of the cool gang, 20 years ago
Actor Shashi Kapoor hospitalised due to chest infection
Asian Games: Indian women win bronze in 25m pistol event, but cyclists disappoint
Cricket teams trek to world's highest game on 'roof of Africa'
Bigg Boss 8 starts with a bang, expect more fun this time
Movie review: Fawad Khan, Kirron Kher impress but fail to save Khoobsurat
Better Together with UK: Scotland votes against independence
$100bn to $20bn: What missing billions say about Sino-India ties
Movie review by Anupama Chopra: Daawat-e-Ishq is a flavourless feast
Movie review: Daawat-e-Ishq is a delicious invite you shouldn't say no to
Mangalyaan engine test-fire successful, all set for Mars now
Amit Shah calls Uddhav as BJP, Shiv Sena bicker over seat sharing
Mamata's nephew mocks Jadavpur University protest, sparks row
Uneasy questions after Amit Shah visits Gorta, village with violent past
CBI chief's guest list: SC seeks help of SPP
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