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October 18, 2018
A method found by some Indian researchers aims to convert the carbon particles from crop stubble burning into carbon nano particles, which can then be used to check the spread of mosquitoes.


Priyadarshini Maji
New Delhi, June 21, 2017
Dengue is quite a dreaded disease, and insurance companies are offering special insurance cover to take care of the medical expenses in case it is required.


Umesh Rao
September 27, 2016
With the advent of the nuclear family theory in metro cities our dependence on domestic help has increased, along with our inability coupled with stress. The absence of such support system even for a day disrupts our lives.


E Kumar Sharma
New Delhi, September 12, 2016
The hum of the pesky mosquito is getting louder. Not only are diseases like Dengue and Chikungunya becoming a growing concern, but now, there are news reports that the deadly Zika virus is also knocking our doors.


By E. Kumar Sharma
Delhi, May 14, 2016
Bharat Biotech claims progress on a vaccine for Zika virus. However, this raises several questions.


By E. Kumar Sharma
Delhi, May 9, 2016
It's ancient, pesky, and persistent. Its hum can spell impending doom. But the ubiquitous mosquito also drills a hole in your pocket triggering demand for hospitals, clinics, diagnostic kits, even some FMCG products. Not to forget the money going into R&D for medicines.


R.S. Khanna
February 2, 2016
Are the extreme weather events like the cloud burst in Leh, heavy rains and flash floods in Uttarakhand in June, 2013 and in Chennai in November-December 2015, pointers of climate change?


Teena Jain Kaushal
New Delhi, August 5, 2015
It is not just hospitalisation that your health insurance policy covers. There are a lot of other benefits which insurers have started offering keeping in pace with evolving needs.


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