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#Breaking: Top headlines of India today. The latest breaking news in India | 24 October 2021

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In Aryan Khan Case, Witness Levels Bribe Charges Against NCB: ‘Rs 18 Crore Sought From SRK Manager’ Cruise drugs case: Witness alleges NCB official demanded ₹25 crores from Shah Rukh Khan to release his son; agency denies the claim. Media reports. PM Modi addresses the nation on the 82nd edition …

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Investing $1 per person per year in hand hygiene could save hundreds of thousands of lives: WHO

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All households in the world’s 46 least developed countries could have handwashing facilities by 2030 if the world invested less than US$1 per person per year, in hand hygiene. This would provide basic protection against diseases, avert future outbreaks and prevent hundreds of thousands of deaths. New Delhi, 24th October …

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Pygmy hogs: Saving endangered animals from extinction

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Pygmy hogs: rare and endangered animals listed by IUCN New Delhi, Oct. 22: Pygmy hogs are one of the rare and endangered animals listed by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN), and designated as a schedule 1 species under the Indian Wildlife Protection Act, 1972. It is …

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Taliban supports the resumption of house-to-house polio vaccination across Afghanistan

House-to-house polio vaccination set to recommence across Afghanistan in November KABUL/AMMAN/KATHMANDU, 18 October 2021 – WHO and UNICEF welcome the decision by the Taliban leadership supporting the resumption of house-to-house polio vaccination across Afghanistan. The vaccination campaign in Afghanistan The vaccination campaign, which begins on November 8, will be the …

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Zika Virus Disease in India

Disease Outbreak News – Zika Virus Disease – India First Zika virus disease case in Kerala. New Delhi/Geneva 15 October 2021: On 8 July 2021, a Zika virus (ZIKV) infection was laboratory-confirmed in a resident of Kerala state, south-west India. This represents the first Zika virus disease case ever reported …

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“When you love something, you protect it.” Watch the brand new trailer for Marvel Studios’ “Eternals.” Arriving in theaters November 5. Eternals release date in India. Is Eternals released in India? Mumbai, 15th October 2021 (UNIVERSAL COMMUNICATIONS). Marvel Studios presents “Eternals,” the 25th movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and …

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Oxytocin does not improve social functioning in children with autism spectrum disorder : study

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Findings from study believed to be largest of its kind contradict smaller studies showing treatment’s promise. New research on Oxytocin. Do doctors prescribe oxytocin? New Delhi, 14th October 2021. Regular doses of the hormone oxytocin do not appear to overcome deficits in social functioning among children with autism spectrum disorder …

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#Breaking: Top headlines of India today. The latest breaking news in India | 9 October 2021

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Lakhimpur Kheri violence: SKM calls for ‘rail roko’ on Oct 18, demands arrest of MoS Ajay Mishra, son UP Lakhimpur Kheri Violence Live, Farmers Protest in Lakhimpur Kheri Live News: Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra will be leading a “Kisan Nyay” rally in Varanasi on Sunday demanding the immediate …

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The study pinpoints sources for aerosol over central Himalayan region


New Delhi, Oct 09: With a unique role in the Asian climate, the Himalayan region is considered a vulnerable environment. Several chemical speciation studies have been performed for carbonaceous aerosols and inorganic species over the western and central Himalayan regions during the last decade, reporting the dominance of transported aerosol …

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The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed racial and ethnic disparities in the United States: NCI study

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NCI study highlights pandemic’s disproportionate impact on Black, American Indian/Alaska Native, and Latino adults The global COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on Black, American Indian/Alaska Native, and Latino individuals in the United States, causing more deaths by population size, both directly and indirectly, in these groups compared with white …

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