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  • Sixty eight percent Indian women cant afford sanitary napkin

    Mumbai, Feb 27 (): It is bad news for sanitary napkin manufacturers in India. Of the 355 million menstruating women in India, only 12 per cent use sanitary napkins. The figure is small compared to countries like China, where majority of women use sanitary napkins, the survey maintained. The study, carried out by global information…

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  • 31 convicted in Godhra train carnage

    Ahmedabad, Feb 22  (): A special fast track court here Tuesday convicted 31 people and acquitted 63 in the Godhra train carnage case in which 59 people on board the Sabarmati Express were burnt to death, triggering communal frenzy in Gujarat in 2002. Maulvi Saeed Umarji, believed to be the prime accused, was acquitted. Additional sessions…

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  • High-end cancer treatment training launched in Chennai

    Chennai, Nov 17 (): NITA (Nucletron India Training Academy), which will offer advanced training to radiation oncologists, medical professionals and medical students, was launched at Chennai in a glittering ceremony last evening. Funded by the Dutch government & Nucletron, NITA will provide professional training to Radiation Oncologists and Medical Physicists in the region. NITA will provide…

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  • South Indian Chefs go green with IFCA

    Chennai, 21Oct (): Celebrating The International Chefs Day, the Southern India Culinary Association (SICA) today declared their resolve to contribute towards containing global warming with the message of “GO GREEN WITH CHEFS”.  This congregation of chefs from various hospitality institutions in South India featured Mr M Murali, MD, Sri Krishna Sweets, Ms Nina Reddy, Director,…

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