Shriparna Saha

Articles By Shriparna Saha

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IMA on warpath after Modi govt allows Ayurveda doctors to perform surgeries, calls move ‘corrupting’

Asking Indian medicine to grow on its own strength and purity, IMA said it has no objection if the council developed its own dedicated disciplines without mixing Modern Medicine Surgical Disciplines.

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As Delhi battles third wave of Covid infections, AIIMS launches mega recruitment drive, DRDO sends 250 ventilators

The Center has also started a door-to-door survey in the national capital to screen people for Covid symptoms and encouraging more tests and find out our high-risk individuals.

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Working for BPOs and ITes? Here’s how new guidelines by DoT for Other Service Providers will ease functioning

According to the recent directive, no registration is required for data-based OSPs that do not have any connection to voice traffic

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Kudos! Gujarat engineering students roll out wristwatch with hand sanitizer to make disinfecting easier

By making it wearable you do not have to worry about losing your sanitizer on the go.

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Tackling air pollution: How Bosnia and Herzegovina sets an example with environment-friendly measures

With the backing of the United Nations Development Programme, the severe pollution hit nation is attempting to turn around and introduced new environmentally sustainable rules for the general public.

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Panna Tiger Reserve gets UNESCO’s ‘Biosphere Reserve’ status, Environment Minister praises tiger conservation work

Panna reserve last year witnessed a remarkable turnaround in tiger population by increasing the number of big cats to 50 from zero estimated a decade ago

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Why Sri Lanka is sending 240 containers of illegal waste to the UK

Last year the government of the island country asked Britain to take back 100 containers that later had sent in 2017 and contained all kinds of hazardous waste.

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Mansar lake in Jammu and Kashmir gets new lease of life; here’s all you should know

Dr Singh said the latest rejuvenation project in the Mansar region will help in the generation of employment of about 1.15 crore man-days and income of Rs 800 crore per year

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