Pune's 'Maitra' to help mothers of special kids to relieve stress

Pune’s ‘Maitra’ to help mothers of special kids to relieve stress

“Our lives revolve around our kids. Parenting of a special child is more challenging than that of a normal child. As human beings we also want change to refresh our minds,” said Neeta Bhatwdekar after the session for mothers of the special children arranged for the first time by Maitra a social group in Pune. […]

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Sassoon Hospital starts campaign to raise awareness on skin disorders

Skin diseases like vitiligo and leprosy have a high incidence in India. People have many misconceptions on these diseases. There are many taboos which a person affected with a skin disease has to face. It is for this reason that SGH has organised a special initiative. The ‘clean skin, clean India’ will be the slogan […]

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Virat Kohli sports pink gloves to raise awareness on breast cancer

Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli came out to bat at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) donning gloves which had pink patches. Apart from it, his bat Kohli had a pink coloured rubber grip on the handle and sponsor sticker on it was pink in colour as well. Kohli’s special gesture was for breast cancer […]

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Pune: Lions club, Ahmedabad's Hospital organise free medical health camp

Artificial leg implant camps soon to be held across cities in Maharashtra

In addition, the camp will also provide free polio callipers, single stick, knee caps, surgical boots, crutches and waist belts. During a press conference held by the Lions Club, the District Chairperson Deepak Sethia said, “No money will be charged from the patients as the camp is organised for a noble cause. Rajendra Goyal, Shyam […]

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Fitness first: Type 1 diabetic patients trek to Kalsubai

Fitness first: Type 1 diabetes patients trek to Kalsubai

According to the International Diabetes Federation’s (IDF’s) Diabetes Atlas, India stands second amongst the top ten countries for the number of children with type 1 diabetes (0 to 14 years) and the numbers are increasing by around 3 per cent every year, particularly among children. With an aim to raise awareness regarding on type 1 diabetes […]

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‘Kitchen Garden,’an initiative by CRY for poor children

‘Kitchen Garden,’an initiative by CRY for poor children

India had observed the National Nutrition Week which usually occurs in the first week of September (Sept 1 to 7). Child Rights and You (CRY), a prominent NGO which works for the welfare of children, has implemented a unique initiative called ‘kitchen gardens in Anganwadis’in the state of Chhattisgarh. The aim of the initiative is […]

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Killer 'Blue Whale' banned in India

Killer ‘Blue Whale’ banned in India

The government has finally taken a lead in the ‘Blue whale’ saga that seemed like a never-ending episode. Ever since the news of a 14-year-old committing a suicide in Mumbai has come out in the media, the country has been searching about the game and its availability, majorly to feed their curiosity. Reportedly, the boy’s […]

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‘Mother’ in Sushma Swaraj grants medical visa to a Pakistani girl

‘Mother’ in Sushma Swaraj grants medical visa to a Pakistani girl

On August 14th, Faiza Tanveer, a 25-year-old from Lahore, tweeted to the External Affairs Minister of India, Sushma Swaraj, asking her to grant her a medical visa to get treated from Inderprastha Dental College & Hospital, Ghaziabad,Uttar Pradesh.  The highlight however was, Tanveer referring to Swaraj as her ‘maa’ (mother), one of the cutest things […]

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