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'Snigdha Basu' - 283 News Result(s)

  • Climate Change, Heat Exposure Reducing India's Labour Force By 7%: Report

    Climate Change, Heat Exposure Reducing India's Labour Force By 7%: Report

    Climate change is making more people vulnerable to heat exposure and air pollution in India leading to one lakh premature deaths and 7 per cent reduction in country's labour force, the researchers said in an analysis in The Lancet medical journal.

  • 8-Year-Old Madrasa Student Killed In South Delhi In Brawl Over Playground

    8-Year-Old Madrasa Student Killed In South Delhi In Brawl Over Playground

    A scuffle over the right to play in a playground turned fatal for 8-year-old Aseem, a student of the Darul Uloom Faridiya madrasa in South Delhi's Malviya Nagar. On Thursday, Aseem and his friends, all of them students, were playing in the madrasa premises when a group of neighbourhood children aged 10-12 years, attacked them. Soon a scuffle broke ...

  • #MeToo Singes Journalists. Twitter Thread Provokes Stories, Allegations

    #MeToo Singes Journalists. Twitter Thread Provokes Stories, Allegations

    India's media was thwacked by a stunning #MeToo moment that uncoiled in a Twitter thread on men who had misbehaved on a cruise liner in Australia. It began with ex-AIB comic Utsav Chakraborty being called out for sexual harassment after he derided the men who had partied on the cruise ship.

  • After Polio Vaccine Scare, Questions On Quality Checks

    After Polio Vaccine Scare, Questions On Quality Checks

    India's anti-polio programme got a jolt recently after it was found that some vaccines made by a Ghaziabad-based firm were found to contain the P2 virus strain. The company, BioMed, is one of the four domestic suppliers of polio vaccines to the government-run polio immunisation programme.

  • Nearly Rs 50 Lakh Raised Online For Family Of Delhi Man Who Died In Sewer

    Nearly Rs 50 Lakh Raised Online For Family Of Delhi Man Who Died In Sewer

    The wife of the Delhi sewage worker urged she wants to educate her three children. As of 10 AM on September 19, over Rs 48 lakh had been crowdfunded for Anil's family.

  • Navjot Sidhu Rebuked For "Messing Up" In Pak, Says Minister. His Rebuttal

    Navjot Sidhu Rebuked For "Messing Up" In Pak, Says Minister. His Rebuttal

    Navjot Singh Sidhu's gesture of hugging Pakistan's army chief during his visit to Islamabad for Imran Khan's oath ceremony impacted soldiers and "demoralises people", Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said today, commenting that the Punjab minister "could have avoided it".

  • Manohar Parrikar In Delhi For Treatment, BJP "Explores Options" In Goa

    Manohar Parrikar In Delhi For Treatment, BJP "Explores Options" In Goa

    Ailing Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar will be admitted to the premier All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi today for treatment at a time when the BJP is exploring options in the state. Mr Parrikar, who returned from the US after a medical check-up last week, was admitted to a hospital in Goa Thursday evening. Mr Parrikar re...

  • Saridon Among Over 300 Combination Drugs Banned By Government: 10 Points

    Saridon Among Over 300 Combination Drugs Banned By Government: 10 Points

    Painkiller Saridon and skin cream Panderm are among 328 fixed-dose combination or FDC drugs banned by the government to stop their "irrational use". The health ministry says the ingredients in these medicines do not markedly add to the benefits that people can get from taking them. The order immediately bans the manufacture, marketing and sale of s...

  • "Not Just Pizza...": Arvind Kejriwal Launches Doorstep Delivery Service

    "Not Just Pizza...": Arvind Kejriwal Launches Doorstep Delivery Service

    Not just pizza, it's the government, home-delivered, Arvind Kejriwal said today as he launched the doorstep delivery of 40 services in Delhi, including marriage certificates, driving licenses and water connection documents. "We always heard of pizza being home-delivered, but now one can dial the government and the government will come home," tweete...

  • Delhi Cancer Institute To Keep 80% Of Free Treatment For City Residents

    Delhi Cancer Institute To Keep 80% Of Free Treatment For City Residents

    The Delhi State Cancer Institute - the only government-run cancer hospital in the state - will reserve 80 per cent of free services for people from the state, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has announced. At present, only 40 per cent of the people getting treated at the hospital are Delhi residents.

  • Amid Row Over 'Rs 700 Crore' Kerala Aid, UAE Says Yet To Make Any Offer

    Amid Row Over 'Rs 700 Crore' Kerala Aid, UAE Says Yet To Make Any Offer

    The United Arab Emirates today said it has not fixed any specific amount to be given as financial aid to help Kerala recover from the devastating floods, amid the war of words between top ministers in the southern state and the centre over not accepting requests by foreign governments willing to offer financial help.

  • Amid Row Over Foreign Help For Kerala, 2 Ex-Diplomats Offer Solution

    Amid Row Over Foreign Help For Kerala, 2 Ex-Diplomats Offer Solution

    After the government's firm no to accepting financial help from other nations for flood-hit Kerala, where the focus is now on costly relief and rebuilding efforts, two former diplomats have offered a way out.

  • "Everyone Ducked, Sharath Ran": Scenes Of Panic As Indian Was Shot In US

    "Everyone Ducked, Sharath Ran": Scenes Of Panic As Indian Was Shot In US

    Sharath Koppu, the Indian student killed in a shooting in the US, tried to run away from an armed robber when he was shot in the back, witnesses at the restaurant where he worked, told NDTV.

  • Climate Change Could Cost India 2.8 Per Cent Of GDP By 2050: World Bank

    Climate Change Could Cost India 2.8 Per Cent Of GDP By 2050: World Bank

    Rising temperature and climatic changes could be a substantial threat to India's growth by 2050, according to a World Bank Report. The changes in temperatures and rainfall patterns may decrease India's GDP by 2.8 per cent and depress the living standards of nearly 50 per cent of the country's population, said the "South Asia's Hotspots -- The Impac...

  • No More Delhi Trees To Be Cut Till July 4, Says High Court

    No More Delhi Trees To Be Cut Till July 4, Says High Court

    A controversial project that requires the cutting of 17,000 trees in Delhi to make way for government officers' houses and a commercial complex was put on hold by the High Court today. "Has the tree-cutting been approved by the green tribunal," the court questioned as it put off the project till July 4, the next hearing.

'Snigdha Basu' - 281 Video Result(s)

'Snigdha Basu' - 283 News Result(s)

  • Climate Change, Heat Exposure Reducing India's Labour Force By 7%: Report

    Climate Change, Heat Exposure Reducing India's Labour Force By 7%: Report

    Climate change is making more people vulnerable to heat exposure and air pollution in India leading to one lakh premature deaths and 7 per cent reduction in country's labour force, the researchers said in an analysis in The Lancet medical journal.

  • 8-Year-Old Madrasa Student Killed In South Delhi In Brawl Over Playground

    8-Year-Old Madrasa Student Killed In South Delhi In Brawl Over Playground

    A scuffle over the right to play in a playground turned fatal for 8-year-old Aseem, a student of the Darul Uloom Faridiya madrasa in South Delhi's Malviya Nagar. On Thursday, Aseem and his friends, all of them students, were playing in the madrasa premises when a group of neighbourhood children aged 10-12 years, attacked them. Soon a scuffle broke ...

  • #MeToo Singes Journalists. Twitter Thread Provokes Stories, Allegations

    #MeToo Singes Journalists. Twitter Thread Provokes Stories, Allegations

    India's media was thwacked by a stunning #MeToo moment that uncoiled in a Twitter thread on men who had misbehaved on a cruise liner in Australia. It began with ex-AIB comic Utsav Chakraborty being called out for sexual harassment after he derided the men who had partied on the cruise ship.

  • After Polio Vaccine Scare, Questions On Quality Checks

    After Polio Vaccine Scare, Questions On Quality Checks

    India's anti-polio programme got a jolt recently after it was found that some vaccines made by a Ghaziabad-based firm were found to contain the P2 virus strain. The company, BioMed, is one of the four domestic suppliers of polio vaccines to the government-run polio immunisation programme.

  • Nearly Rs 50 Lakh Raised Online For Family Of Delhi Man Who Died In Sewer

    Nearly Rs 50 Lakh Raised Online For Family Of Delhi Man Who Died In Sewer

    The wife of the Delhi sewage worker urged she wants to educate her three children. As of 10 AM on September 19, over Rs 48 lakh had been crowdfunded for Anil's family.

  • Navjot Sidhu Rebuked For "Messing Up" In Pak, Says Minister. His Rebuttal

    Navjot Sidhu Rebuked For "Messing Up" In Pak, Says Minister. His Rebuttal

    Navjot Singh Sidhu's gesture of hugging Pakistan's army chief during his visit to Islamabad for Imran Khan's oath ceremony impacted soldiers and "demoralises people", Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said today, commenting that the Punjab minister "could have avoided it".

  • Manohar Parrikar In Delhi For Treatment, BJP "Explores Options" In Goa

    Manohar Parrikar In Delhi For Treatment, BJP "Explores Options" In Goa

    Ailing Goa Chief Minister Manohar Parrikar will be admitted to the premier All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi today for treatment at a time when the BJP is exploring options in the state. Mr Parrikar, who returned from the US after a medical check-up last week, was admitted to a hospital in Goa Thursday evening. Mr Parrikar re...

  • Saridon Among Over 300 Combination Drugs Banned By Government: 10 Points

    Saridon Among Over 300 Combination Drugs Banned By Government: 10 Points

    Painkiller Saridon and skin cream Panderm are among 328 fixed-dose combination or FDC drugs banned by the government to stop their "irrational use". The health ministry says the ingredients in these medicines do not markedly add to the benefits that people can get from taking them. The order immediately bans the manufacture, marketing and sale of s...

  • "Not Just Pizza...": Arvind Kejriwal Launches Doorstep Delivery Service

    "Not Just Pizza...": Arvind Kejriwal Launches Doorstep Delivery Service

    Not just pizza, it's the government, home-delivered, Arvind Kejriwal said today as he launched the doorstep delivery of 40 services in Delhi, including marriage certificates, driving licenses and water connection documents. "We always heard of pizza being home-delivered, but now one can dial the government and the government will come home," tweete...

  • Delhi Cancer Institute To Keep 80% Of Free Treatment For City Residents

    Delhi Cancer Institute To Keep 80% Of Free Treatment For City Residents

    The Delhi State Cancer Institute - the only government-run cancer hospital in the state - will reserve 80 per cent of free services for people from the state, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has announced. At present, only 40 per cent of the people getting treated at the hospital are Delhi residents.

  • Amid Row Over 'Rs 700 Crore' Kerala Aid, UAE Says Yet To Make Any Offer

    Amid Row Over 'Rs 700 Crore' Kerala Aid, UAE Says Yet To Make Any Offer

    The United Arab Emirates today said it has not fixed any specific amount to be given as financial aid to help Kerala recover from the devastating floods, amid the war of words between top ministers in the southern state and the centre over not accepting requests by foreign governments willing to offer financial help.

  • Amid Row Over Foreign Help For Kerala, 2 Ex-Diplomats Offer Solution

    Amid Row Over Foreign Help For Kerala, 2 Ex-Diplomats Offer Solution

    After the government's firm no to accepting financial help from other nations for flood-hit Kerala, where the focus is now on costly relief and rebuilding efforts, two former diplomats have offered a way out.

  • "Everyone Ducked, Sharath Ran": Scenes Of Panic As Indian Was Shot In US

    "Everyone Ducked, Sharath Ran": Scenes Of Panic As Indian Was Shot In US

    Sharath Koppu, the Indian student killed in a shooting in the US, tried to run away from an armed robber when he was shot in the back, witnesses at the restaurant where he worked, told NDTV.

  • Climate Change Could Cost India 2.8 Per Cent Of GDP By 2050: World Bank

    Climate Change Could Cost India 2.8 Per Cent Of GDP By 2050: World Bank

    Rising temperature and climatic changes could be a substantial threat to India's growth by 2050, according to a World Bank Report. The changes in temperatures and rainfall patterns may decrease India's GDP by 2.8 per cent and depress the living standards of nearly 50 per cent of the country's population, said the "South Asia's Hotspots -- The Impac...

  • No More Delhi Trees To Be Cut Till July 4, Says High Court

    No More Delhi Trees To Be Cut Till July 4, Says High Court

    A controversial project that requires the cutting of 17,000 trees in Delhi to make way for government officers' houses and a commercial complex was put on hold by the High Court today. "Has the tree-cutting been approved by the green tribunal," the court questioned as it put off the project till July 4, the next hearing.

'Snigdha Basu' - 281 Video Result(s)

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