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Posts by: Aishwarya Upadhyay

Aishwarya Upadhyay

Kerala Leads The Way In Fighting Novel Coronavirus, Here’s How Other States Can Follow

Kerala Leads The Way In Fighting Novel Coronavirus, Here’s How Other States Can Follow
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The Kerala government has taken several measures spearheaded by the state Health Minister KK Shailaja Teacher to control the spread of COVID-19 in the state
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Delhi Lockdown: National Capital Imposes Concrete Measures To Control The Spread Of COVID-19

Delhi Lockdown: National Capital Imposes Concrete Measures To Control The Spread Of COVID-19
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The Delhi government has banned gatherings of over 200 people at sporting activities, including Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket matches
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Coronavirus: Here Are The Steps Taken Across India To Control The Spread of COVID-19

Coronavirus: Here Are The Steps Taken Across India To Control The Spread of COVID-19
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All schools, colleges and cinema halls in Delhi will remain shut till March 31 as a measure to counter the coronavirus, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced on Thursday, March 12
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Coronavirus: Government Issues New Travel Restrictions Amid The COVID-19 Outbreak

Coronavirus: Government Issues New Travel Restrictions Amid The COVID-19 Outbreak
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The Government has came up with new travel restrictions to be implemented with the aim to put a stop to the spread of the COVID-19 in India
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Ladies, This Women’s Day Take The Pledge To Stay Healthy And Guard Against These Common Health Problems Faced By Women In India

Ladies, This Women’s Day Take The Pledge To Stay Healthy And Guard Against These Common Health Problems Faced By Women In India
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Years of gender bias has meant that women have been denied basics like access to nutritious food, sanitation and health care facilities, so this Women’s Day, we look at some of the critical health issues faced by women in India 
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My School, My Farm: This IAS Officer’s Brainchild Has Led To A Poshan Revolution In A Remote Mizoram District

My School, My Farm: This IAS Officer’s Brainchild Has Led To A Poshan Revolution In A Remote Mizoram District
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Mizoram’s Deputy Commissioner Shashanka Ala started the ‘My School My Farm’ initiative, where in order to improve the nutritional status of the meals served in schools, home grown vegetables are in the campus 
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Avoid Large Gatherings, Says Health Ministry In Advisory To Schools After 30 Cases Of Coronavirus in India

Avoid Large Gatherings, Says Health Ministry In Advisory To Schools After 30 Cases Of Coronavirus in India
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The Union Health Ministry advisory asks class teachers to remain alert of any possible signs and symptoms among students like coughing, fever or difficulty in breathing and immediately inform the parents to get them tested
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Novel Coronavirus Outbreak: “India’s Response And Surveillance Has Been Quite Robust,” Says WHO’s Chief Scientist

Novel Coronavirus Outbreak: “India’s Response And Surveillance Has Been Quite Robust,” Says WHO’s Chief Scientist
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80 per cent Coronavirus infections are mild like a flu or common cold, says the WHO Chief Scientist Soumya Swaminathan as she advised people to not panic. Here’s what she had to say in an exclusive chat with NDTV
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Uttar Pradesh: A Family Loses Four Members In Six Years To Malnutrition, Human Rights Commission Writes To The State Government

Uttar Pradesh: A Family Loses Four Members In Six Years To Malnutrition, Human Rights Commission Writes To The State Government
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After reports from UP revealed the death of four family members in the last six years due to Malnutrition, the National Human Rights Commission has written to the Uttar Pradesh government calling the case as “a matter of concern”
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#TwoBinsLifeWins: With Mission Garima, Tata Trusts Urges Indians To Follow Waste Segregation To Help Sanitation Workers

#TwoBinsLifeWins: With Mission Garima, Tata Trusts Urges Indians To Follow Waste Segregation To Help Sanitation Workers
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The TwoBinsLifeWins campaign is a part of Tata Trusts’ Mission Garima which urges citizens to segregate waste at the source, to make the lives of the sanitation workers better, more dignified
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Nutrition In India: PETA India Calls For Vegan Mid-Day Meals, Experts Differ

Nutrition In India: PETA India Calls For Vegan Mid-Day Meals, Experts Differ
PETA India has written to education ministries across India to point out health dangers of meat, egg, and dairy consumption, but some experts differ
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Swachh Bharat For All? Despite Community Toilets Built, Access Remains An Issue For Slum Dwellers In Delhi

Swachh Bharat For All? Despite Community Toilets Built, Access Remains An Issue For Slum Dwellers In Delhi
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Delhi Urban Shelter Improvement Board (DUSIB) built approximately 19,000 community toilets throughout Delhi in the past four years, and yet most of the people living in slums visited by NDTV's Banega Swasth India team, choose to defecate in the open, here’s a ground report
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‘We Feel Safe Using Pink Toilets,’ Vote The Women Of New Delhi Who Have Been Experiencing One-Of-Its Kind Facilities Since 2017

‘We Feel Safe Using Pink Toilets,’ Vote The Women Of New Delhi Who Have Been Experiencing One-Of-Its Kind Facilities Since 2017
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Pink toilets are more than just about the shade of the paint on these toilets. Meant for only women, these toilets do more than provide privacy to women. Here’s an on-ground report of some pink toilets in Delhi
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On Ground Reports: Thousands Of Toilets Built Since 2014 Yet Access To Toilets Remains An Issue In The National Capital

On Ground Reports: Thousands Of Toilets Built Since 2014 Yet Access To Toilets Remains An Issue In The National Capital
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How is Delhi faring on the sanitation front now that the open defecation free (ODF) deadline set under the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is done and dusted?
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