By 2035, the number of people with diabetes in India is expected to increase by 70%, pointing to the possibility of a serious epidemic that triggers an urgent need for anti-diabetic medicines and insulin therapy.
As an actor, Girish Karnad has dabbled in various languages but his key focus remained writing plays for almost four decades. His TV credits include the popular 'Malgudi Days' series in which he portrayed the role of young Sw
For medical practitioners and doctors, continuous surveillance of drug resistant strains is very important to identify the changing antibiotic susceptibility pattern and the resistance pattern in patients.
For those who are not yet convinced about the seriousness of these details, take a look at some of the facts pertaining to breast cancer, which is the most frequent cancer among women, according to the WHO as it impacts 2.1 m
The Iceland campaign follows on the basis of a survey that found that more than two-thirds of people opt to buy bottled water when travelling and only 26 percent use refillable water bottles while they are on the move during
Climate awareness campaigns mark the first point of communication with the public to trigger informational gateways that translate into public discussion, debates and pave the way for results on the ground in the form on sust
The Narendra Modi-led NDA government is set to take charge for its second 5-year term, a report in IE has indicated that the country's health services industry may have to soon gear up for some regulatory changes such as more
Now, coming back to our question on whether a marriage without 'Saath pheras' is legally valid as per Hindu law, the answer is 'Yes!', provided the marriage was conducted as per the rites of either the bridegroom or the bride
Given that clean, drinking water from taps is now a reality for Mumbaikars, the next step forward can be to formulate a broader approach to catalyze these water reforms and take it to the next level via digitization.