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Women Empowering Women: Meet A Medical Researcher Who Is Helping Rural Women Fight Malnutrition Through Education

Women Empowering Women: Meet A Medical Researcher Who Is Helping Rural Women Fight Malnutrition Through Education
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Monalisa Padhee, a 31-year-old medical researcher has made it her life's mission to help women in rural areas live healthy lives by educating them about nutrition
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International Women’s Day Special: Celebrate The Work Of Women Swasth Warriors Who Are Making India Healthy

International Women’s Day Special: Celebrate The Work Of Women Swasth Warriors Who Are Making India Healthy
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On this International Women’s Day we take a look at the work of such women swasth warriors who are working relentlessly to make India a swasth country
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Gujarat Adds Toor Dal In Ration List Of Groceries To Fight Malnutrition In The State

Gujarat Adds Toor Dal In Ration List Of Groceries To Fight Malnutrition In The State
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According to experts, Toor Dal (Pigeon Pea) is a major source of protein along with many other nutrients essential for the human body and is a widely used pulse in Gujarati households
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International Women’s Day Special: Why Is Nutrition Important For Women’s Health, Experts

International Women’s Day Special: Why Is Nutrition Important For Women’s Health, Experts
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On this International Women’s Day, NDTV speaks to experts to find out the must haves for women to stay healthy
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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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Will A Karnataka Resort's 'Weigh The Waste-Feed A Child’, Campaign Manage To Tackle Food Wastage?

Will A Karnataka Resort's 'Weigh The Waste-Feed A Child’, Campaign Manage To Tackle Food Wastage?
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The Ibnii Spa Resort in Coorg, Karnataka has been charging Rs. 100 for every 10 grams of food wasted by the customers and the proceeds from this initiative are going to a local NGO that feeds children at orphanages
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All About Food Fortification And How It Can Make India A Healthy Country

All About Food Fortification And How It Can Make India A Healthy Country
To tackle India's health crisis, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has mandated food fortification that involves effectively intervening the food supply to deliver essential vitamin and mineral-rich foods to large population
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Urban Sanitation Journey Though Well Begun, Is Far From Over: Urban Development Minister Hardeep Singh Puri

Urban Sanitation Journey Though Well Begun, Is Far From Over: Urban Development Minister Hardeep Singh Puri
The Union Minister for Urban Development talks about urban India’s open defecation free journey and says that each one of us should contribute towards making India sustainable and swachh (CLEAN)
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Bandicoot, Sewer Cleaning Robot Wins Infosys Foundation’s Aarohan Social Innovation Awards

Bandicoot, Sewer Cleaning Robot Wins Infosys Foundation’s Aarohan Social Innovation Awards
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Bandicoot, a pneumatic semi-robotic device created to clean sewers and manholes, is claimed to be the world’s first manhole cleaning robot
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Obesity Is Much More Complex Than Just Being Excess Calories Or High Body Mass Index, Say Researchers

Obesity Is Much More Complex Than Just Being Excess Calories Or High Body Mass Index, Say Researchers
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In a recent study published in the journal ‘Obesity’, researchers have proposed a new classification system for obesity that incorporates various complications associated with it to help the patients get better treatments and therapies
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Bengaluru Takes On Waste By Educating Children About Waste Segregation, Marshalls Reach Government Schools

Bengaluru Takes On Waste By Educating Children About Waste Segregation, Marshalls Reach Government Schools
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To address the issue of poor waste management and promote waste segregation at source, Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) has reached out to students of government schools across the city
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Air Pollution Crisis: 21 Of World’s 30 Most Polluted Cities Are In India, Says The New Report

Air Pollution Crisis: 21 Of World’s 30 Most Polluted Cities Are In India, Says The New Report
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Ghaziabad gets the title of world’s most polluted city followed by New Delhi, Noida, Gurugram, in a new report titled 2019 World Air Quality
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Menstruation In India: To Break The Taboo, Menstruating Women In Delhi Hosted A Lunch Event

Menstruation In India: To Break The Taboo, Menstruating Women In Delhi Hosted A Lunch Event
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To break taboo associated with menstruation, NGO 'Sachchi Saheli' hosted a lunch event ‘Period Feast’ in which 28 women on periods cooked and served food to more than 300 guests
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Save The Date! Delhi’s Menstruating Women Invite You To Have A ‘Period Feast’ On Sunday

Save The Date! Delhi’s Menstruating Women Invite You To Have A ‘Period Feast’ On Sunday
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With an aim to shatter the myths about menstruation, a Delhi based NGO ‘Sachhi Saheli’ is hosting a ‘Period feast’ on February 23 where food will be cooked and served by menstruating women for their families, friends and others
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