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Kerala Ready to Receive Tourists in all Major Travel Destinations: Minister
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Kerala Ready to Receive Tourists in all Major Travel Destinations: Minister

NEW DELHI:Allaying apprehensions about the preparedness of its globally famous destinations, Kerala today announced that it is ready to receive tourists in all major places, within a month after the state was convulsed by one of the most devastating floods in recent times.“Tourism…

Police Bust Illegal Abortion Racket: Doctor Arrested
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Police Bust Illegal Abortion Racket: Doctor Arrested

MUMBAI:Police in Sangli have busted an illegal abortion racket; an FIR has been filed against three doctors, one has been arrested. As of now, the police have got the information about 9 illegal abortions performed by the doctor trio.Bombay HC grants permission for abortion…

An Aspirin a Day of No Benefit for Fit and Healthy Elderly
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An Aspirin a Day of No Benefit for Fit and Healthy Elderly

Every morning, millions of elderly people without a medical reason take a low dose of aspirin. They have been doing this in the hope of preventing, among other things, a first heart attack or stroke, despite the evidence supporting this to be sparse.Although this lack of evidence…

Kerala Tourism Wins Two PATA Gold Awards for Marketing
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Kerala Tourism Wins Two PATA Gold Awards for Marketing

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM:Kerala Tourism’s vigorous efforts to get back on track in the wake of recent devastating floods got a shot in the arm as it walked away with two prestigious gold awards of the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) for its innovative marketing campaigns.The…

Taj Connemara: South India’s Oldest Hotel Reopens
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Taj Connemara: South India’s Oldest Hotel Reopens

CHENNAI:More than a century old, the Taj Connemara is a relic of the colonial era named after Lord Connemara who used to be the governor of Madras. Established in 1903, the Taj brand is part of the Indian Hotels Company Limited.Dating back to 1854, the building’s history has…

NACO Report: India has 21.40 Lakh People Living with HIV-AIDS
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NACO Report: India has 21.40 Lakh People Living with HIV-AIDS

NEW DELHI:India has approximately 21.40 lakh people living with HIV-AIDS, according to a report by National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO).While new infections declined nationally between 2010 and 2017, there are inter-state variations. New infections in 2017 in Arunachal…

Environmental Pollutants Could Weaken your Kidneys
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Environmental Pollutants Could Weaken your Kidneys

WASHINGTON:Certain environmental pollutants, according to a study, may be the reason for deteriorating kidney health in individuals.Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are a large group of manufactured non-biodegradable compounds used in industrial processes and consumer…

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