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House-to-house polio vaccination set to recommence across Afghanistan in November

KABUL/AMMAN/KATHMANDU, 18 October 2021 – WHO and UNICEF welcome the decision by the Taliban leadership supporting the resumption of house-to-house polio vaccination across Afghanistan. The vaccination campaign, which begins on November 8, will be the first in over three years to reach all children in Afghanistan, including more than 3.3 million children in some parts of the country who have previously ... Read More »

Did COVID lockdowns make us fat? Israeli scientists try to understand in a new study

Researchers simulate in mice an acute decline in exercise, as many people experienced during Covid19 lockdowns, to study its metabolic consequences. New Delhi, October 18th, 2021: Many people reported a sudden, sharp decline in exercise during COVID19 lockdowns, but few studies have examined its effect on metabolism. The Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, National Institute for Biotechnology in the Negev, and ... Read More »

Steps You Can Take Now to Minimize Your Exposure to a Cyber-Attack

With cyber threats and attacks in the news, you’re likely familiar with the terms associated with a cyber-attack, be it a phishing campaign, ransomware, malware, DDoS attack, identity theft, etc. You may also be familiar with the consequences of such attacks, including the fact that global losses from cybercrime shot up to nearly USD 1 trillion in 2020. The first thing to ... Read More »

GPT Healthcare files IPO papers with Sebi

Chennai, 18 October 2021: Eastern India focused GPT Healthcare Limited, which operates and manages mid-sized multispecialty hospitals under the ILS Hospitals brand, has filed preliminary papers with capital market regulator Sebi to raise funds through an initial share-sale. As per market sources, fund raise could be anywhere between 450-500 crs. The initial public offering (IPO) consists of a fresh issue of ... Read More »

Sterlite Power has been awarded the Nangalbibra-Bongaigaon ISTS power transmission bid for the North-East

New Delhi, 18 October 2021: Sterlite Power, a leading private sector power transmission infrastructure developer and solutions provider, has been awarded the Nangalbibra─Bongaigaon inter-state power transmission project worth INR 324 Cr* through tariff-based competitive bidding (TBCB) by virtue of emerging as the L1 bidder. The project elements consist of a new 220/132 kV substation at Nangalbibra and laying of ~130 km of 400kV ... Read More »

Top 4 Agritech Platforms using most Intriguing technologies in Agriculture to support farmers

Agriculture is the backbone of the country. With over 70 per cent of Indian households still dependent on farming, the resilience of the farming community in the face of adversities made agriculture the only sector to have clocked a positive growth of 3.4 per cent at constant prices in 2020-21, when other sectors slid. The share of agriculture in GDP ... Read More »

eill proves her infinite possibilities on the cover of ‘PLASTIC LOVE’

PLASTIC LOVE’, the 4th digital single by eill, which was released on September 8th, has had very good reviews. This song is originally from the album “VARIETY” by Mariya Takeuchi which was first released in 1984. This cover song is available to listen to through major music streaming services. The arrangement is made by the producer Yaffle, who is one ... Read More »

Tokenomics 101: What Are Ethereum Tokens and How They Work

In Ethereum, tokens are created on the protocol level as a standardised unit to represent any fungible tradable goods: physical, digital, or even other currencies. When someone decides to create a new type of Ethereum token, they can program it with whatever rules they want. Ethereum tokens (ERC-20) can create new business models and projects that wouldn’t otherwise exist. Without ... Read More »

WHO calls for better and fairer opportunities for physical activity to improve health

14 October 2021 WHO today called on decision-makers across the health, sport, education and transport sectors to urgently scale up provision of more inclusive programmes and services and safer environments that promote physical activity in all communities. The Organization’s new advocacy brief, Fair Play: Building a strong physical activity system for more active people, explains how this can happen. “There is an ... Read More »

Boys Haircuts You Should Try This Year

Toddlers enjoy boys haircuts just as big people do. You can decide to do a crew cut, messy fringes, or faux locks on your small boy. Others want to choose the hairstyles to copy a celebrity they like and look stylish. There are many toddler haircuts for toddlers that should make choosing one an easy task. Choose a style that ... Read More »

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