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A true story of a misfit!

A true story of a misfit!

When I was born, I was greeted by a very disappointed aunt because it was not a boy (this incident is being replayed to me still:-); Then came the school…

What is in the colour?

What is in the colour?

How many of you have been abused or ridiculed by your own family, friends and society because you are not “fair”? Well, any one outside of Indian society may not…

Man caught urinating on Kellogg’s cereal equipment

Man caught urinating on Kellogg’s cereal equipment

This could be one of the gross news stories that we may come across this year. A man, supposedly a worker in Kellogg’s factory urinated on a cereal conveyor belt,…

UK to pioneer Meningitis B Vaccination

UK to pioneer Meningitis B Vaccination

United Kingdom is the first country in the world to introduce a nationwide vaccine programme for Meningitis. All babies in the UK will be vaccinated against Meningitis from this September,…

Medical research getting strengthened between UK and India

Medical research getting strengthened between UK and India

As a first contact for proposals for a combined research between UK and India, the Medical Research Council (MRC) of UK and the Indian Department of Biotechnology (DBT) together are…

Indian-origin doctor warns UK government on country’s health service

Indian-origin doctor warns UK government on country’s health service

Dr. Chaand Nagpaul, an Indian-origin doctor has warned the UK government that the health service of the country is at a very bad situation. The head of general practitioners (GPs)…

South Indian Orthopaedic surgeon helped 2,000 patients suffering from rare bone tumours

South Indian Orthopaedic surgeon helped 2,000 patients suffering from rare bone tumours

An Orthopaedic surgeon, Dr. Mayilvahanan Natarajan, was honoured in Chennai on Saturday for saving 2,000 patients suffering from bone tumour, till date, in his career of 26 years. Dr. Natarajan…

Australian Medical Association awards the highest honour to Indian origin doctor

Australian Medical Association awards the highest honour to Indian origin doctor

Former Australian Medical Association (AMA) President Dr. Mukesh Haikerwal has been awarded with the association’s highest honour – the AMA Gold Medal for his outstanding contribution to the medical profession…

Britain government warns doctors on abortions based on the sex

Britain government warns doctors on abortions based on the sex

The government of UK has issued guidelines regarding the closure of a legal loophole which allowed abortions on the basis of sex. As per the studies it has been found…

UK bans sex based abortions as Ethnic minority prefer male over female fetuses…

UK bans sex based abortions as Ethnic minority prefer male over female fetuses…

A fresh guideline has been issued by the UK Government, to close the loophole that allowed sex based abortions. Ethnic communities, especially, British Asians have a cultural preference to a…

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