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'Sutapa Deb' - 94 News Result(s)

  • To End Tuberculosis In India By 2025, Children Have To Be Free Of TB First

    To End Tuberculosis In India By 2025, Children Have To Be Free Of TB First

    Jackson from the US was six-weeks-old when he first showed symptoms of Tuberculosis or TB. It took another six weeks and three doctors before he was diagnosed with TB. The delayed diagnosis nearly cost him his life. Jackson's case was highlighted at the release of a roadmap towards ending childhood TB by 10 global TB and child agencies in New York ...

  • Depression Is Disabling, But Treatable

    Depression Is Disabling, But Treatable

    As we drive into an apartment complex at Gurgaon, Haryana, a young man is waiting for us.  Arjun Gupta is 19 and looks smart in a navy blue tee shirt and jeans.  But his eyes tell a different story. They are sad eyes and do not belong to someone so young. Arjun recently started a blog on depression to connect with others. He says he was...

  • In Government Tuberculosis Programme, Aadhaar A Must For Cash Benefits

    In Government Tuberculosis Programme, Aadhaar A Must For Cash Benefits

    Aadhaar has been made mandatory for tuberculosis patients who need cash assistance from the government and healthcare providers who receive benefits under the scheme. Those who do not have the unique biometric identity yet, have been given time till August 31 to acquire it, the health ministry has said. The number will be linked to Nikshay, the gov...

  • Vaccine For Pneumonia Now Part Of Immunisation Plan, But Challenges Remain

    Vaccine For Pneumonia Now Part Of Immunisation Plan, But Challenges Remain

    New Delhi: Under an oxygen hood, four-month-old Yogesh struggles to breathe. He has pneumonia and has been admitted to the small emergency ward at Lal Bahadur Shastri Hospital in Delhi. In the same ward, another baby, Pavitra, has been diagnosed with pneumonia. “She’s malnourished and was not breastfed by her mother,” said Dr Naveen Kumar,...

  • Slum Dwellers Move To Pavements, Dividers After DDA Razes Their Makeshift Homes

    New Delhi: Charred tree trunks, planks and remains of personal belongings and Swachh Bharat toilets are all that remain after a demolition drive at Delhi government’s night shelter and slum at Amir Khusro Park on Lodhi Road. Following the orders of the Delhi High Court on illegal constructions, the night shelter and slum was demolished by the...

  • India Matters: Not A Cuckoo's Nest

    India Matters: Not A Cuckoo's Nest

    Aditya Narain's sister has attempted suicide for the second time. The 35-year-old is admitted to Delhi Governments Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences or IHBAS.

  • Depression Can Set In Early, Delhi Schools Innovate For Mental Well-Being Of Children

    Depression Can Set In Early, Delhi Schools Innovate For Mental Well-Being Of Children

    New Delhi: One in four adolescents is known to have depression by the time they reach the age of 25, according to World Health Organisation. However, most mental health problems, though manageable, are not identified early. Mother’s International School is one of the few schools in Delhi that focuses on mental health issues. Principal Sanghami...

  • ‘Was Unable To Stop Suicidal Thoughts’: 19-Year-Old Recounts Battle With Depression

    ‘Was Unable To Stop Suicidal Thoughts’: 19-Year-Old Recounts Battle With Depression

    Bengaluru: Two months ago, 19-year-old Arjun Gupta, a student of Bangalore Medical College, went public with his experience of depression. He  shared a post on Facebook and then decided to blog on the subject. With no particular trigger in his case, depression started to set in when he was 17. It started with mood swings. Talking about his me...

  • 3 Women Talk About Their Struggles Of Dealing With Depression

    3 Women Talk About Their Struggles Of Dealing With Depression

    New Delhi: The National Mental Health Survey (NMHS) report estimates that 40 million adults are living with depression and anxiety disorders. Last year, 50-year-old retail entrepreneur Sonia Lall faced a difficult period. One of her stores was closing down even as she struggled to set up another with finances from her business partner. She say...

  • Dealing With Depression: Every Case Of Suicide Is Preventable, Say Psychiatrists

    Dealing With Depression: Every Case Of Suicide Is Preventable, Say Psychiatrists

    New Delhi: Three patients are on a suicide watch in the psychiatric ICU of Institute of Human Behavior and Allied Sciences (IHBAS) in Delhi. Among them is Rajani. The 33-year-old has made three suicide attempts after her mother committed suicide 18 years ago. Her father, Hari Om Tiwari, said, “She was crying inconsolably and was asking for poi...

  • New Programme To End Tuberculosis 5 Years Ahead Of Schedule: Centre

    New Programme To End Tuberculosis 5 Years Ahead Of Schedule: Centre

    Last year, the World Health Organisation estimated that there were 28 lakh new cases of tuberculosis in India. To combat the disease, the expansion of TB care services, newer tools and strategies will be key to achieving success of reaching every one. The Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme is making landmark changes in the strategy of ...

  • Long Queues, Lack Of Doctors: Pregnant Women Struggle To Get Antenatal Check-Ups

    Long Queues, Lack Of Doctors: Pregnant Women Struggle To Get Antenatal Check-Ups

    New Delhi: Thirty-year-old Punam gave birth to her fourth child at home in a slum in northeast Delhi last month. Punam works as a domestic help and her husband has a temporary job at a factory. During her pregnancy, she did not meet a doctor or underwent antenatal checkups. She had told her neighbours that she had no time to visit the nearby govern...

  • ASHAs Fight Off Poor Pay, Demand Permanent Jobs

    ASHAs Fight Off Poor Pay, Demand Permanent Jobs

    Hardoi, Uttar Pradesh: With a long list of activities, including those related to TB treatment and drug de-addiction, ASHAs (Accredited social health activists) are at the core of the government’s strategy to end maternal and child deaths in India. They pay home visits and bring pregnant women to health facilities in the villages of India and m...

  • How Mother To Baby Transmission Of HIV Can Be Prevented In India

    How Mother To Baby Transmission Of HIV Can Be Prevented In India

    New Delhi: Every year, 6,500 children are born with HIV in India, according to various estimates. One-third of them die before their first birthday and half of them do not get to see their second. National AIDS Control Organisation or NACO’s programme, launched 14 years ago, provides utmost care to the women during pregnancy and childbirth. At BJ...

  • With No X-ray Machine Or Specialists, Madhya Pradesh Village’s Nutrition Centre Not Geared Up For Child Care

    With No X-ray Machine Or Specialists, Madhya Pradesh Village’s Nutrition Centre Not Geared Up For Child Care

    Shivpuri, Madhya Pradesh: Hari and Damaiti of Dehade village in Madhya Pradesh’s Shivpuri district mourn the loss of their three-year-old daughter Prem Kumari.  The couple belongs to the Sahariya tribe – a vulnerable tribal group of the state. Their daughter, like a majority of Sahariya children, was malnourished and had developed an infec...

'Sutapa Deb' - 194 Video Result(s)

'Sutapa Deb' - 94 News Result(s)

  • To End Tuberculosis In India By 2025, Children Have To Be Free Of TB First

    To End Tuberculosis In India By 2025, Children Have To Be Free Of TB First

    Jackson from the US was six-weeks-old when he first showed symptoms of Tuberculosis or TB. It took another six weeks and three doctors before he was diagnosed with TB. The delayed diagnosis nearly cost him his life. Jackson's case was highlighted at the release of a roadmap towards ending childhood TB by 10 global TB and child agencies in New York ...

  • Depression Is Disabling, But Treatable

    Depression Is Disabling, But Treatable

    As we drive into an apartment complex at Gurgaon, Haryana, a young man is waiting for us.  Arjun Gupta is 19 and looks smart in a navy blue tee shirt and jeans.  But his eyes tell a different story. They are sad eyes and do not belong to someone so young. Arjun recently started a blog on depression to connect with others. He says he was...

  • In Government Tuberculosis Programme, Aadhaar A Must For Cash Benefits

    In Government Tuberculosis Programme, Aadhaar A Must For Cash Benefits

    Aadhaar has been made mandatory for tuberculosis patients who need cash assistance from the government and healthcare providers who receive benefits under the scheme. Those who do not have the unique biometric identity yet, have been given time till August 31 to acquire it, the health ministry has said. The number will be linked to Nikshay, the gov...

  • Vaccine For Pneumonia Now Part Of Immunisation Plan, But Challenges Remain

    Vaccine For Pneumonia Now Part Of Immunisation Plan, But Challenges Remain

    New Delhi: Under an oxygen hood, four-month-old Yogesh struggles to breathe. He has pneumonia and has been admitted to the small emergency ward at Lal Bahadur Shastri Hospital in Delhi. In the same ward, another baby, Pavitra, has been diagnosed with pneumonia. “She’s malnourished and was not breastfed by her mother,” said Dr Naveen Kumar,...

  • Slum Dwellers Move To Pavements, Dividers After DDA Razes Their Makeshift Homes

    New Delhi: Charred tree trunks, planks and remains of personal belongings and Swachh Bharat toilets are all that remain after a demolition drive at Delhi government’s night shelter and slum at Amir Khusro Park on Lodhi Road. Following the orders of the Delhi High Court on illegal constructions, the night shelter and slum was demolished by the...

  • India Matters: Not A Cuckoo's Nest

    India Matters: Not A Cuckoo's Nest

    Aditya Narain's sister has attempted suicide for the second time. The 35-year-old is admitted to Delhi Governments Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences or IHBAS.

  • Depression Can Set In Early, Delhi Schools Innovate For Mental Well-Being Of Children

    Depression Can Set In Early, Delhi Schools Innovate For Mental Well-Being Of Children

    New Delhi: One in four adolescents is known to have depression by the time they reach the age of 25, according to World Health Organisation. However, most mental health problems, though manageable, are not identified early. Mother’s International School is one of the few schools in Delhi that focuses on mental health issues. Principal Sanghami...

  • ‘Was Unable To Stop Suicidal Thoughts’: 19-Year-Old Recounts Battle With Depression

    ‘Was Unable To Stop Suicidal Thoughts’: 19-Year-Old Recounts Battle With Depression

    Bengaluru: Two months ago, 19-year-old Arjun Gupta, a student of Bangalore Medical College, went public with his experience of depression. He  shared a post on Facebook and then decided to blog on the subject. With no particular trigger in his case, depression started to set in when he was 17. It started with mood swings. Talking about his me...

  • 3 Women Talk About Their Struggles Of Dealing With Depression

    3 Women Talk About Their Struggles Of Dealing With Depression

    New Delhi: The National Mental Health Survey (NMHS) report estimates that 40 million adults are living with depression and anxiety disorders. Last year, 50-year-old retail entrepreneur Sonia Lall faced a difficult period. One of her stores was closing down even as she struggled to set up another with finances from her business partner. She say...

  • Dealing With Depression: Every Case Of Suicide Is Preventable, Say Psychiatrists

    Dealing With Depression: Every Case Of Suicide Is Preventable, Say Psychiatrists

    New Delhi: Three patients are on a suicide watch in the psychiatric ICU of Institute of Human Behavior and Allied Sciences (IHBAS) in Delhi. Among them is Rajani. The 33-year-old has made three suicide attempts after her mother committed suicide 18 years ago. Her father, Hari Om Tiwari, said, “She was crying inconsolably and was asking for poi...

  • New Programme To End Tuberculosis 5 Years Ahead Of Schedule: Centre

    New Programme To End Tuberculosis 5 Years Ahead Of Schedule: Centre

    Last year, the World Health Organisation estimated that there were 28 lakh new cases of tuberculosis in India. To combat the disease, the expansion of TB care services, newer tools and strategies will be key to achieving success of reaching every one. The Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme is making landmark changes in the strategy of ...

  • Long Queues, Lack Of Doctors: Pregnant Women Struggle To Get Antenatal Check-Ups

    Long Queues, Lack Of Doctors: Pregnant Women Struggle To Get Antenatal Check-Ups

    New Delhi: Thirty-year-old Punam gave birth to her fourth child at home in a slum in northeast Delhi last month. Punam works as a domestic help and her husband has a temporary job at a factory. During her pregnancy, she did not meet a doctor or underwent antenatal checkups. She had told her neighbours that she had no time to visit the nearby govern...

  • ASHAs Fight Off Poor Pay, Demand Permanent Jobs

    ASHAs Fight Off Poor Pay, Demand Permanent Jobs

    Hardoi, Uttar Pradesh: With a long list of activities, including those related to TB treatment and drug de-addiction, ASHAs (Accredited social health activists) are at the core of the government’s strategy to end maternal and child deaths in India. They pay home visits and bring pregnant women to health facilities in the villages of India and m...

  • How Mother To Baby Transmission Of HIV Can Be Prevented In India

    How Mother To Baby Transmission Of HIV Can Be Prevented In India

    New Delhi: Every year, 6,500 children are born with HIV in India, according to various estimates. One-third of them die before their first birthday and half of them do not get to see their second. National AIDS Control Organisation or NACO’s programme, launched 14 years ago, provides utmost care to the women during pregnancy and childbirth. At BJ...

  • With No X-ray Machine Or Specialists, Madhya Pradesh Village’s Nutrition Centre Not Geared Up For Child Care

    With No X-ray Machine Or Specialists, Madhya Pradesh Village’s Nutrition Centre Not Geared Up For Child Care

    Shivpuri, Madhya Pradesh: Hari and Damaiti of Dehade village in Madhya Pradesh’s Shivpuri district mourn the loss of their three-year-old daughter Prem Kumari.  The couple belongs to the Sahariya tribe – a vulnerable tribal group of the state. Their daughter, like a majority of Sahariya children, was malnourished and had developed an infec...

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