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'Kinshu Dang' - 27 News Result(s)

  • Specialised Healthcare Reaches Chhattisgarh, Still Eludes Mothers And Babies In Maoist-Hit Villages
    | Tuesday June 6, 2017
    Palnar, Chhattisgarh: Durga, 24, gave birth to her son last week in Balod, 60 km from the capital Raipur in Chhattisgarh. The baby, who was born prematurely, weighs a mere 1.2 kg, way below the normal birth weight of 2.5 kg. To save her baby, she rushed him to a new-functioning Sick Newborn Care Unit, 60 km away at Durg hospital near Raipur where...
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  • Number Of Doctors Triple In Chhattisgarh’s Maoist-Hit Bijapur, But 80% Posts Still Vacant In State
    | Tuesday May 23, 2017
    Bijapur, Chhattisgarh: Satyama, 32, has given birth to a healthy baby girl in Chhattisgarh’s newly-renovated Bijapur District Hospital. She, however, shudders to recall her previous pregnancy. Three years ago, when she required a C-Section surgery, she had to travel 160 kms away to Jagdalpur as Maoist violence in the region had scared off doctors...
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  • In Chhattisgarh, Insistence On Aadhaar Is Disrupting A Successful PDS System
    India News | Written by Kinshu Dang | Sunday April 23, 2017
    25-year-old Santoshi Sahu stood in the queue at a ration shop in Raipur for an hour to get her monthly ration. But finally when it was her turn, she was told she'll get ration for only four of the eight entitled family members. The ration shop in charge blamed the new software that recognises only four members of her family as beneficiaries.
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  • Some Stone Throwers Are Funded By Jammu And Kashmir Government: Farooq Abdullah
    India News | Written by Kinshu Dang | Sunday April 16, 2017
    Jammu and Kashmir saw the lowest voter turnout in Srinagar's repeat by-poll in the history of the state with only two per cent showing up at polling stations. The unprecedented violence during the first by-poll on last Sunday, which also saw only seven per cent voters, resulted in eight deaths and injuries to more than 100 security personnel. But f...
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  • Cow Vigilantism Is ISIS In India, Says Economist Surjit Bhalla
    India News | Written by Kinshu Dang | Monday April 10, 2017
    The sort of extremism that led to the lynching of a 55-year-old dairy farmer in Rajasthan's Alwar district last week is not very different from the brand of fanaticism endorsed by ISIS, economist Surjit Bhalla said on The NDTV Dialogues. "Nobody is for this kind of nonsense. The cow slaughter vigilantism is ISIS in India there is no difference... N...
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  • Why Six Month Paid Maternity Leave Is Still A Distant Dream For Many
    | Friday April 7, 2017
    New Delhi: Six and a half months of maternity leave for women in the organised sector is now a reality after President Pranab Mukherjee gave his assent to the Maternity Benefit (Amendment) Act, 2017 last week. The critics have pointed out that women in the informal sector, who form 95 per cent of the workforce, have been left out. Even within t...
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  • Government Withdraws Subsidy Promoting Diesel Hybrids
    Written by Kinshu Dang | Tuesday April 4, 2017
    In a decisive move, the Centre has decided to discontinue subsidies for diesel mild hybrids under a scheme called FAME, centre's flagship program to boost hybrid and electric cars.
    www.carandbike.com
  • Arrogant For 'Minority Government' To Use Term 'Anti-National': Amartya Sen
    India News | Written by Kinshu Dang | Sunday February 26, 2017
    Public reasoning is critical for a democracy, economist and Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen said today, launching into sharp criticism of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government.
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  • New Maternity Bill Reaches Lok Sabha, But Gaps Remain
    | Friday February 17, 2017
    Nishu was 27 when she became pregnant with her son five years ago.  She was working with a start-up then. For a young employee like her, working in a start-up that was growing fast had been satisfying. Like other startups, her company offered unusual and attractive perks to their young staff. However, Nishu discovered that this was only one ...
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  • New Maternity Bill Skips Paternity Leave, Makes Childcare Only A Mother’s Job, Say Activists
    | Wednesday January 11, 2017
    New Delhi: The new maternity bill that proposes six months’ maternity leave for all working women was passed in the Rajya Sabha in August last year. While activists call it a progressive move for women, absence of any mention about the paternity leave in the bill is raising many eyebrows. Activists feel that by discounting the role of men, the pr...
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  • Despite Law, Daughters Unable To Inherit Paternal Property
    | Friday August 5, 2016
    Despite a 10-year-old law, the Hindu Sucession Act, ensuring equal rights for daughters in their parental property, social and cultural barriers continue to deprive women of their rights. The barriers led 28-year-old Reena of Nalanda district in Bihar to decide against claiming her share of parental property from her brothers. She felt it might jeo...
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  • How GST Will Help Small Businesses
    India News | Written by Kinshu Dang | Wednesday August 3, 2016
    Many understand Goods and Services Tax or GST as a tax that subsumes all indirect taxes to create one tax. But for many small manufacturers here in Delhi's Kashmere Gate, Asia's largest spare parts market, GST also means dealing, hopefully, with only one tax inspector.
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  • Why More And More Women Take To Farming, But Remain Invisible
    | Friday June 24, 2016
    In Kalibhigapar village in Bihar’s Nalanda district, Bachhi Devi’s is an all-women household. It was the lack of money in farming that pushed the men in her family, her husband and three sons, to the cities like Delhi and Kolkata in search of work. Bacchi Devi is 55 and a sharecropper. She leases about half an acre of land from a landowner in h...
    everylifecounts.ndtv.com
  • Mercedes to Maruti: Cars Causing More Pollution in India Than Europe
    Written by Kinshu Dang | Friday December 25, 2015
    From Mercedes to Maruti cars in India emits almost 4 and a half times more cancer causing particulate matter and over double the amount of the poisonous nitrogen oxide than the same model made for Europe.
    www.carandbike.com
  • India To Skip Bharat Stage-V, Stricter Car Emission Norms Advanced To 2020
    India News | Written by Kinshu Dang | Thursday January 7, 2016
    In what can be seen as perhaps India's boldest move to curb air pollution, the government has decided to advance the standard for cleaner cars and leapfrog to Bharat Stage-VI emission norms countrywide by April 2020. That's one year earlier than the deadline announced last month.
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'Kinshu Dang' - 29 Video Result(s)

'Kinshu Dang' - 27 News Result(s)

  • Specialised Healthcare Reaches Chhattisgarh, Still Eludes Mothers And Babies In Maoist-Hit Villages
    | Tuesday June 6, 2017
    Palnar, Chhattisgarh: Durga, 24, gave birth to her son last week in Balod, 60 km from the capital Raipur in Chhattisgarh. The baby, who was born prematurely, weighs a mere 1.2 kg, way below the normal birth weight of 2.5 kg. To save her baby, she rushed him to a new-functioning Sick Newborn Care Unit, 60 km away at Durg hospital near Raipur where...
    everylifecounts.ndtv.com
  • Number Of Doctors Triple In Chhattisgarh’s Maoist-Hit Bijapur, But 80% Posts Still Vacant In State
    | Tuesday May 23, 2017
    Bijapur, Chhattisgarh: Satyama, 32, has given birth to a healthy baby girl in Chhattisgarh’s newly-renovated Bijapur District Hospital. She, however, shudders to recall her previous pregnancy. Three years ago, when she required a C-Section surgery, she had to travel 160 kms away to Jagdalpur as Maoist violence in the region had scared off doctors...
    everylifecounts.ndtv.com
  • In Chhattisgarh, Insistence On Aadhaar Is Disrupting A Successful PDS System
    India News | Written by Kinshu Dang | Sunday April 23, 2017
    25-year-old Santoshi Sahu stood in the queue at a ration shop in Raipur for an hour to get her monthly ration. But finally when it was her turn, she was told she'll get ration for only four of the eight entitled family members. The ration shop in charge blamed the new software that recognises only four members of her family as beneficiaries.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Some Stone Throwers Are Funded By Jammu And Kashmir Government: Farooq Abdullah
    India News | Written by Kinshu Dang | Sunday April 16, 2017
    Jammu and Kashmir saw the lowest voter turnout in Srinagar's repeat by-poll in the history of the state with only two per cent showing up at polling stations. The unprecedented violence during the first by-poll on last Sunday, which also saw only seven per cent voters, resulted in eight deaths and injuries to more than 100 security personnel. But f...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Cow Vigilantism Is ISIS In India, Says Economist Surjit Bhalla
    India News | Written by Kinshu Dang | Monday April 10, 2017
    The sort of extremism that led to the lynching of a 55-year-old dairy farmer in Rajasthan's Alwar district last week is not very different from the brand of fanaticism endorsed by ISIS, economist Surjit Bhalla said on The NDTV Dialogues. "Nobody is for this kind of nonsense. The cow slaughter vigilantism is ISIS in India there is no difference... N...
    www.ndtv.com
  • Why Six Month Paid Maternity Leave Is Still A Distant Dream For Many
    | Friday April 7, 2017
    New Delhi: Six and a half months of maternity leave for women in the organised sector is now a reality after President Pranab Mukherjee gave his assent to the Maternity Benefit (Amendment) Act, 2017 last week. The critics have pointed out that women in the informal sector, who form 95 per cent of the workforce, have been left out. Even within t...
    everylifecounts.ndtv.com
  • Government Withdraws Subsidy Promoting Diesel Hybrids
    Written by Kinshu Dang | Tuesday April 4, 2017
    In a decisive move, the Centre has decided to discontinue subsidies for diesel mild hybrids under a scheme called FAME, centre's flagship program to boost hybrid and electric cars.
    www.carandbike.com
  • Arrogant For 'Minority Government' To Use Term 'Anti-National': Amartya Sen
    India News | Written by Kinshu Dang | Sunday February 26, 2017
    Public reasoning is critical for a democracy, economist and Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen said today, launching into sharp criticism of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government.
    www.ndtv.com
  • New Maternity Bill Reaches Lok Sabha, But Gaps Remain
    | Friday February 17, 2017
    Nishu was 27 when she became pregnant with her son five years ago.  She was working with a start-up then. For a young employee like her, working in a start-up that was growing fast had been satisfying. Like other startups, her company offered unusual and attractive perks to their young staff. However, Nishu discovered that this was only one ...
    everylifecounts.ndtv.com
  • New Maternity Bill Skips Paternity Leave, Makes Childcare Only A Mother’s Job, Say Activists
    | Wednesday January 11, 2017
    New Delhi: The new maternity bill that proposes six months’ maternity leave for all working women was passed in the Rajya Sabha in August last year. While activists call it a progressive move for women, absence of any mention about the paternity leave in the bill is raising many eyebrows. Activists feel that by discounting the role of men, the pr...
    everylifecounts.ndtv.com
  • Despite Law, Daughters Unable To Inherit Paternal Property
    | Friday August 5, 2016
    Despite a 10-year-old law, the Hindu Sucession Act, ensuring equal rights for daughters in their parental property, social and cultural barriers continue to deprive women of their rights. The barriers led 28-year-old Reena of Nalanda district in Bihar to decide against claiming her share of parental property from her brothers. She felt it might jeo...
    everylifecounts.ndtv.com
  • How GST Will Help Small Businesses
    India News | Written by Kinshu Dang | Wednesday August 3, 2016
    Many understand Goods and Services Tax or GST as a tax that subsumes all indirect taxes to create one tax. But for many small manufacturers here in Delhi's Kashmere Gate, Asia's largest spare parts market, GST also means dealing, hopefully, with only one tax inspector.
    www.ndtv.com
  • Why More And More Women Take To Farming, But Remain Invisible
    | Friday June 24, 2016
    In Kalibhigapar village in Bihar’s Nalanda district, Bachhi Devi’s is an all-women household. It was the lack of money in farming that pushed the men in her family, her husband and three sons, to the cities like Delhi and Kolkata in search of work. Bacchi Devi is 55 and a sharecropper. She leases about half an acre of land from a landowner in h...
    everylifecounts.ndtv.com
  • Mercedes to Maruti: Cars Causing More Pollution in India Than Europe
    Written by Kinshu Dang | Friday December 25, 2015
    From Mercedes to Maruti cars in India emits almost 4 and a half times more cancer causing particulate matter and over double the amount of the poisonous nitrogen oxide than the same model made for Europe.
    www.carandbike.com
  • India To Skip Bharat Stage-V, Stricter Car Emission Norms Advanced To 2020
    India News | Written by Kinshu Dang | Thursday January 7, 2016
    In what can be seen as perhaps India's boldest move to curb air pollution, the government has decided to advance the standard for cleaner cars and leapfrog to Bharat Stage-VI emission norms countrywide by April 2020. That's one year earlier than the deadline announced last month.
    www.ndtv.com

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