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LIC to pay up woman 18 years after son died

LIC to pay up woman 18 years after son died

By Rahul Chhabra 

Reversing brain drain? Better research facilities see Indian scientists return

Reversing brain drain? Better research facilities see Indian scientists return

By Richa Sharma New Delhi, Aug 4  Finally, the brain drain appears to be reversing. Better research opportunities in India, passion to do something for their native country and family… Read more »

How to stay fit while fasting and feasting

How to stay fit while fasting and feasting

By ZeroHour News New Delhi, July 23 Those who fast during Ramadan often end up overeating leading to weight gain, acidity and digestion problems. Experts say one must follow a… Read more »

Alcohol killing more British women in mid-30s

Alcohol killing more British women in mid-30s

By ZeroHour News London, July 19  The number of British women in their mid-30s dying due to alcohol-related illnesses is rising, a new study says. The death rate due to… Read more »

Conspiracy behind Bihar tragedy: minister

Conspiracy behind Bihar tragedy: minister

By ZeroHour News Patna, July 17 Bihar Education Minister P.K. Shahi Wednesday said there could have been a conspiracy to poison the mid day meal in school that killed 22… Read more »

10 kids die, over 60 ill after mid-day meal in Bihar

10 kids die, over 60 ill after mid-day meal in Bihar

By ZeroHour News Patna, July 16  At least 10 children died and over 60 children fell ill Tuesday after eating a mid-day meal at a state-run primary school in Bihar’s… Read more »

Ranbaxy to pay $420,000 in US for sub-standard drugs

Ranbaxy to pay $420,000 in US for sub-standard drugs

By ZeroHour News Washington, July 9  Ranbaxy Laboratories, controlled by Japan’s Daiichi Sankyo Group, will pay Idaho state in northwestern US nearly $420,000 to settle civil and criminal complaints of… Read more »

Young professionals falling prey to heart attacks

Young professionals falling prey to heart attacks

By Natalia Ningthoujam 

No disease outbreak in Uttarakhand: Health ministry

No disease outbreak in Uttarakhand: Health ministry

By ZeroHour News New Delhi, June 27 The union health ministry Thursday said no disease outbreak has been reported from any part of flood-ravaged Uttarakhand. Three public health teams have… Read more »

New mental health bill bans electric shocks, gives right to treatment

New mental health bill bans electric shocks, gives right to treatment

By Sreeparna Chakrabarty New Delhi, June 16 (IANS) The right of mentally-ill patients to decide their mode of treatment, decriminalising suicide for them and a ban on electric shock treatment without… Read more »