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Dengue outbreak: Central teams rushed to 9 states, UTs

The Union health ministry has sent teams of experts to nine states and union territories, which are reporting a high number of dengue cases, to support them in public health measures for control......

Covid: As festivals near, govt stresses on vaccination

As the festival season approaches, the government on Thursday cautioned against a spike in coronavirus infections and stressed that the call of the hour is vaccine acceptance, maintenance of......

'Dengue outbreak may aggravate COVID-19 crisis'

As dengue season sets in across large parts of India with the onset of the monsoon, scientists warn that COVID-19 and the mosquito-borne disease have overlapping symptoms and worry the country's......

Beware! Zika reaches India, WHO confirms 3 cases in Gujarat

Zika virus disease has reached India, with the World Health Organisation confirming first three cases in Gujarat's Ahmedabad. The WHO endorsed the findings of laboratory tests conducted in the......

Double sting: Chikungunya, dengue toll in Delhi climbs to 30

Chikungunya and dengue continued to wreak havoc in Delhi with the death toll from the two vector-borne diseases climbing to 30 on Thursday even as the number of affected people crossed 2,800. A......

How India narrowly escaped a health crisis

The Philippines launches probe after Sanofi reveals WHO-approved dengvaxia - a dengue vaccine - aggravates symptoms in some cases. The delay by the health ministry in approving the sale of......

Ranbaxy's malaria drug awaits international nod

Even as India's largest drug maker, Ranbaxy, is confident of launching its first 'new drug' by January 2012 to combat malaria in the country, the global euphoria the potential drug had generated in......

Indian healthcare appalling, but Tamil Nadu shines

The most important thing for India is to resurrect public health services in the country, says Shankar Acharya. The people of India suffer from terrible health. Nearly 40 per cent of all children......

Cabinet clears dues of PSU workers

The Cabinet cleared the recommendation of the group of ministers on payment of outstanding statutory dues and salaries of public sector employees. The PSUs will be required to clear the dues within......

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