New Delhi, 1st May 2020 : Nearly 20 leaders from think tanks, research groups, renewable energy companies, sustainable development organizations, industry associations, and health care services have come together to publish an open letter calling…
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The public health gains achieved in the past few decades, in the form of control or elimination of infectious diseases and improvements in children’s health, could be wiped out if uncontrolled climate change goes on, warns a new study released on Thursday.
number of deaths caused by tobacco year is expected to touch of 1.5 million by 2020, up from 1.3 million deaths per year in 2017. Among the measures taken to reduce tobacco consumption is the use of large-sized pictorial warnings on tobacco packs.
WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has urged to world leaders to protect health from climate change.
Verdicts in some major cases expected before CJI retires in 3 months. US envoy for DPRK to visit Japan, South Korea
Our decision on Jammu & Kashmir is driven by national interest, not politics : Modi One of the biggest decisions taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the first 75 days of his government is…
Top headlines this morning : Achchhe Din, CBSE hikes exam fees for SC/ST by 24 times, general to pay double
The Unnao rape survivor, who was brought to the All India Institutes of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Delhi earlier this week, continues to be critical and is on advanced life support systems.