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Discover how the historic Shore Temple in Mamallapuram achieves India's first Green Energy Archaeological Site status through innovative initiatives, blending heritage conservation with sustainable practices.
More than 50,000 new cases of childhood cancer occur each year in India, adding to the existing burden of the disease. The most common cancers in children are blood cancers, such as leukemia, which account for about 30 percent of childhood cancers.
: Explore the alarming rise of diabetes in India, especially among young professionals, and discover holistic measures to combat this growing health concern.
Explore the findings of a comprehensive study on the association between heat waves and all-cause mortality in India, revealing significant health risks posed by rising temperatures due to climate change
In the unforgiving terrain of the Himalayas, where nature reigns supreme, lies the enigmatic realm of the snow leopard. Led by skilled scientists and conservationists, India's first-ever rigorous examination of its snow leopard population yields a remarkable revelation: an estimated 718 of these iconic predators roam within the country's borders.
Ever since the Supreme Court brought the patient-doctor relationship under the ambit of the Consumer Protection Act in 1995, the number of complaints against doctors has gone up. But in the absence of information, no one really knows how many such cases occur. Also, the law does not clarify the difference between “gross negligence", 'error of judgement", "accident" and "recklessness".
India, with its diverse population, has long grappled with the burden of genetic disorders. Over 40 million individuals in India are estimated to be affected by haemoglobinopathies which include thalassemia and sickle cell anaemia
Explore India's cutting-edge hypersonic testing with IIT Kanpur's S2 facility, a game-changer for space and defence.
In earlier decades, stomach, penile and cervical cancer were more common, while in the recent decade, breast, lung and prostate are the most prevalent cancers in India. Cancer incidence has been rising in India due to increased detection and awareness.
On World Wetlands Day 2024, India announces the addition of five new Ramsar sites, increasing its tally to 80. Union Minister Bhupender Yadav highlights the ecological importance of these wetlands, located in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. The celebration includes an event at Sirpur Lake, Indore, with Dr. Musonda Mumba, Secretary General of Ramsar Convention