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IMRC की मुहिम : दस विदेशी डॉक्टरों के साथ भारत के गांवों तक पहुंचेगी स्वास्थ्य सेवाएं

By TCN News

लखनऊ: भारत के कोनों-कोनों तक पहुंचकर राहत कार्य करने वाली अमरीका संस्था इन्डियन मुस्लिम रिलीफ एंड चैरीटीज़ यानी IMRC के सातवें सालाना स्वास्थ्य जागरूकता अभियान में इस साल अमरीका के १० चिकित्सक शिरकत करेंगे. 20 फरवरी से 6 मार्च तक होने वाला यह अभियान लखनऊ, हैदराबाद और केरल में आयोजित होगा.

इन दस डाक्टरों में महिला रोग, शिशु रोग, सर्जरी, जनरल मेडिसिन के साथ अलग-अलग क्षेत्रों के विशेषज्ञ शामिल हैं.

हेडली और उज्जवल निकम का झूठ यानी ‘राष्ट्रद्रोह’!

By सिद्धांत मोहन, TwoCircles.net

वाराणसी: बात को रखने से पहले हेडली और उज्जवल निकम की वह बातचीत पढ़ लेते हैं जिसे आप सभी लगभग कई जगहों पर पढ़ चुके होंगे.

JNU row: Kumar Vishwas urges centre to take action

New Delhi : AAP leader Kumar Vishwas on Friday urged the central government to take "stern" action against the students who raised anti-India slogans at the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) campus.

"This is high time India as a system sets an example by punishing all those who have shouted/supported anti-India slogans in the JNU," Vishwas tweeted.

"Indian rule of law has set sections against such activities. The GOI (government of India) should take stern action against these anti-national minds," he added.

Picked up from an Army ‘crackdown’, never to return: Dilshada Begum’s 23-year search for her husband continues

In the fourth of the five personal stories of half widows, Raqib Hameed Naik narrates the story of Dilshada Begum.

UAE creates ministry of happiness, tolerance

Dubai : United Arab Emirates Vice President and Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al-Maktoum announced on Wednesday the new Cabinet appointments, with two new portfolios on happiness and tolerance.

Sheikh Mohammed made the announcement on his Twitter account, two days after he revealed plans to restructure the UAE Cabinet and to outsource most government services to the private sector.

Sheikha Lubna Bint Khalid Al-Qasimi, so far minister of international cooperation and development, was appointed minister of state for tolerance, a newly created government function.

Zika infection may cause eye abnormalities in infants

New York : Vision-threatening eye abnormalities in infants in Brazil with microcephaly - a birth defect characterised by an abnormally small head -- may be associated with infection with Zika virus, says a new study.

Zika virus is spread to people through mosquito bites and according to US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention the most common symptoms of Zika virus disease are fever, rash, joint pain, and conjunctivitis (red eyes).

Human migration not a new phenomenon: Researchers

London : Countering common perception that migration at current levels is a new phenomenon, a short animated film commissioned by British historians shows that people from different parts of the world have been migrating to Britain for ages.

With migration now a major topic of debate across Europe, the historians created a script and commissioned the film to provide the public, schools and policy makers with a better understanding of its history.

Harvard India Conference sees protests against Rohith Vemula's suicide

By TCN News,

Cambridge (USA): The 13th annual edition of the Harvard India conference saw protests against the death of Rohith Vemula, a Dalit research scholar who was suspended by the Hyderabad Central University, leading him to commit suicide on January 17.

Economy of Islamic fundamentalism in Bangladesh

By Amitava Mukherjee

Bangladesh is now at the crossroads.

The war crimes tribunals, set up to punish those who had committed crimes against humanity during Bangladesh's liberation war of 1971, have already sent to gallows three leading lights of the Jamaat-e-Islami (JeI) -- Abdul Quader Mollah, Mohammed Qamruzzaman and Ali Ahsan Mujahid -- while death penalties have been awarded to Motiur Rahman Nizami, the chief of the JeI in Bangladesh. However, the Jamaat's enormous financial clout has created a dangerous situation for the Awami League-led government.

Former Nepali president Sushil Koirala dies

Kathmandu : Former Prime Minister and Nepali Congress President Sushil Koirala died late Monday. He succumbed to Pneumonia at 12.50 a.m, Koirala 's private secretary Atul Koirala told the Kathmandu Post.

Koirala was suffering from Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.

Koirala was not able to attend formal events on Monday.

Meanwhile, Nepali Congress postponed its electoral process prior to the General Convention, General Secretary Prakas Man Singh said.

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