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Religious leaders from the city joined hands with many NGOs to observe the International AIDS Candlelight Memorial Day on Sunday.

Couch potatoes are more docile, say scientists, who claim to have found a link between an individual's personality and their capacity to exercise or generate energy, explaining the different behaviours.

The permitted levels of antibiotics for honey in India are almost equivalent to international levels, the Food Safety and Standard Authority of India asserted in a statement issued here Wednesday.

Four-year-old tigress Minchu died at the Bannerghatta Biological Park (BBP) on Tuesday, 15 days after the death of her sibling Divya.

8-month-old girl becomes India's youngest recipient of a liver transplant

India is fast becoming the land of medical miracles. Eight-month-old Akshu’s grim battle with liver failure bore fruit after she underwent a successful liver transplant in a New Delhi hospital,

Eight-month-old Akshu weighed only 5 kg. She was suffering from liver failure caused by congenital absence of bile ducts and needed a liver transplant to survive. The only hurdle was her young age and small size.

“The current and future challenges of dementia require policy and action at all levels, starting from grassroots to international levels,” said Sube Banerjee, a leading expert on dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

The association of private hospitals have sought state government’s intervention to settle the ongoing dispute with insurance companies over cashless mediclaim policy.

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