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An increased farmer Suicide in India

An increased farmer Suicide in India

India is seeing an increase in the number of suicides by farmers due to drought, according to an analysis from IIED. The IIED also stated that the findings were a warning for the worldwide agricultural sector, which is on the frontlines of the increasing impacts of climate change.
Need To Foster Positive Research Culture in Medical Colleges

Physician Suicide More Common

Suicide among physicians because of job issues is becoming more common globally, according to a recent study. Published in...
The Pressure To Be Perfect Turns Deadly for Celebrities in India

India Witness An Increase In Suicide Rates

India saw an increase in suicide rates in 2020 with the country recording total of 1,53,052 suicides, according to the latest annual report on...
Stress and Impact on Memory

Suicide of Teenage Girls Increase in the US

In America, the suspected attempt of suicide by teenage girls increased due to mental agony of Covid 19 pandemic. The US Centers for Disease...
Stress and Impact on Memory

Disasters to augment suicide rates

If believed, a new study has claimed that disasters increase the risk of suicides. The researchers at the University of Delaware said that the...
Nine Percent Adults Identify Themselves as LGBT

LGBT’s committing suicide bullied more before death

The Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer (LGBTQ) youth who commit suicide are found to be bullied before their death, according to a recent...
Two Billion people at Risk of Temperature Rise

Two Billion people at Risk of Temperature Rise

The temperature is on track to rise 2.7 degrees Celsius above preindustrial levels by 2100, pushing more than two billion people (22 percent) well outside the climate comfort zone, said scientists in Nature Sustainability.
US see and Increased Deaths by Gunfire

US see an Increased Deaths by Gunfire

The United States saw an increase in the number of children and teens killed by gunfire, according to an analysis by the...
No Death penalty; Says UN Human Rights

One in  Three Prisoners in Europe Suffer From Mental Disorders

Among the prisoners in Europe, one in  three suffer from mental health disorders, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
Pak Based LeT Terrorist Makki Blacklisted

Pak Based LeT Terrorist Makki Blacklisted 

The United Nations blacklisted Pakistan-based Abdul Rehman Makki, deputy chief of Lashkar-e-Taiba, as a global terrorist. He is the He is the...