Mumbai , June 15 Ten staffers of Standard Chartered Bank have embarked on a unique 4,000-km-long journey on motorcycles to mark a decade of the bank's global programme challenging blindness, an official said here Saturday.
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London , June 14 An Indian hired as a radiographer to treat cancer patients at a British hospital has been suspended from practising in the country over his shocking incompetence.
New Delhi , June 14 Doctors in a hospital here have successfully treated a 23-day-old infant diagnosed with an unusual case of blue baby syndrome caused by contaminated water.
Kolkata , June 13 A survey in India's four metro cities shows youngsters consider smoking cigarettes as fashionable, the pull factor being peer pressure and work pressure.
London , June 13 A study has found that Indians who cycle or walk are less likely to be obese or overweight and have diabetes or high blood pressure.
Guwahati , June 14 A government-run blood bank in Assam was Friday accused of spreading the deadly HIV virus among recipients who got infected after a blood transfusion there. The magnitude of the allegations has led the Assam government to institute a probe.
New Delhi , June 14 Delhi Health Minister A.K. Walia Friday said every every blood donor a hero, and urged volunteers to re-build the society with safe blood transfusion.
Chennai , June 13 Tamil Nadu Police Wednesday arrested a doctor based in Salem for his alleged involvement in the kidney selling racket, said police.
Toronto , June 13 With research showing South Asians being among the people most susceptible to heart diseases in Canada, a walk is being organised in the city of Edmonton to create awareness about the issue.
New Delhi , June 13 While the overall number of blood donors in India has grown over the years, women constitute only a tiny 10 percent share owing to health problems like pernicious anaemia and low haemoglobin levels or being underweight.