Mumbai Dengue


'Mumbai Dengue' - 6 News Result(s)

  • 3 Die Of Dengue In Maharashtra, 122 Test Positive In Mumbai Alone

    3 Die Of Dengue In Maharashtra, 122 Test Positive In Mumbai Alone

    A Maharashtra police constable died of dengue of Friday, taking the number of deaths due to the deadly infection to 3 in Mumbai alone this year.

  • In Mumbai, Celebrity Bungalows Turn Mosquito Dens

    In Mumbai, Celebrity Bungalows Turn Mosquito Dens

    With three deaths in the last two months due to dengue in Mumbai, the municipal body in the city is not taking any chances.

  • Fear of Dengue Virus High Among Mumbai Residents

    Fear of Dengue Virus High Among Mumbai Residents

    The fear of falling prey to dengue is high among residents of Mumbai, despite the number of cases going down. While 213 cases were reported at civic hospitals in October, in November that figure dropped to 146. In December, only 17 cases have been reported so far.

  • 14 Dead, 650 New Cases as Mumbai Battles Dengue

    14 Dead, 650 New Cases as Mumbai Battles Dengue

    In Mumbai, 14 people have died from Dengue this year and nearly 650 cases have been reported in Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) run hospitals alone. Although it has not been declared an epidemic yet, public health experts say the huge spurt in the number of cases is worrisome.

  • Doctor claims he was asked to lie about dengue deaths

    Last week, a report in MiD DAY spoke of the ongoing dissension between the municipal corporation and some NGOs over the number of reported dengue cases in the city, with the latter pointing out that figures released by the BMC fall far short of accurate ('Is dengue really on the decline in Mumbai?' December 7).

  • Mumbai: Thirsty and disease-prone

    Mumbai: Thirsty and disease-prone

    The ongoing water shortage in the city during the monsoon is beginning to have side effects. Water stored in buckets and tanks by households, seeking to tide over the 15 per cent water cut, is proving to be a breeding ground for mosquito larvae. For civic authorities, however, its a catch-22 situation -- neither can they ask people to stop stori...

'Mumbai Dengue' - 5 Video Result(s)

'Mumbai Dengue' - 6 News Result(s)

  • 3 Die Of Dengue In Maharashtra, 122 Test Positive In Mumbai Alone

    3 Die Of Dengue In Maharashtra, 122 Test Positive In Mumbai Alone

    A Maharashtra police constable died of dengue of Friday, taking the number of deaths due to the deadly infection to 3 in Mumbai alone this year.

  • In Mumbai, Celebrity Bungalows Turn Mosquito Dens

    In Mumbai, Celebrity Bungalows Turn Mosquito Dens

    With three deaths in the last two months due to dengue in Mumbai, the municipal body in the city is not taking any chances.

  • Fear of Dengue Virus High Among Mumbai Residents

    Fear of Dengue Virus High Among Mumbai Residents

    The fear of falling prey to dengue is high among residents of Mumbai, despite the number of cases going down. While 213 cases were reported at civic hospitals in October, in November that figure dropped to 146. In December, only 17 cases have been reported so far.

  • 14 Dead, 650 New Cases as Mumbai Battles Dengue

    14 Dead, 650 New Cases as Mumbai Battles Dengue

    In Mumbai, 14 people have died from Dengue this year and nearly 650 cases have been reported in Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) run hospitals alone. Although it has not been declared an epidemic yet, public health experts say the huge spurt in the number of cases is worrisome.

  • Doctor claims he was asked to lie about dengue deaths

    Last week, a report in MiD DAY spoke of the ongoing dissension between the municipal corporation and some NGOs over the number of reported dengue cases in the city, with the latter pointing out that figures released by the BMC fall far short of accurate ('Is dengue really on the decline in Mumbai?' December 7).

  • Mumbai: Thirsty and disease-prone

    Mumbai: Thirsty and disease-prone

    The ongoing water shortage in the city during the monsoon is beginning to have side effects. Water stored in buckets and tanks by households, seeking to tide over the 15 per cent water cut, is proving to be a breeding ground for mosquito larvae. For civic authorities, however, its a catch-22 situation -- neither can they ask people to stop stori...

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