China to Lead the World by 2032

The US to be defeated by Asian countries to be the world’s largest economy, says reports The United States are the current global leaders; they have one of the best education system, infrastructure, military, and economy. This picture could soon change. According to reports published by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR), Asian […]

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New Apps Guarantee Better Maternal Healthcare

Artificial Intelligence to reduce maternal mortality rates (MMR) in India. A med-tech start-up in Bangalore has introduced two projects to revolutionize the healthcare sector. JioVio, a Singapore-based company aims to improve maternal health in India. Their two projects, “Allomom” and “Savemom” are the latest innovative applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI). Using AI as a medium, […]

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Epidemic of Lung Cancer in Bangalore

Lung cancer seems to cause more deaths in India than any other cancer. By Jignasa Sinha and Rohit Chatterjee Bengaluru, Nov. 23, 2018. Vikram Hospital aims to provide lung cancer screening program and smoking cessation therapy to everyone. The event had Dr. Niti Raizada, a senior consultant in oncology), Dr. Suraj Manjunath, onco-surgeon, and Dr. […]

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Youth Prone to Mental Illness

According to a World Health Organization report, the state of mental health in youth is at risk Bangalore, Oct. 22, 2018 By Jignasa Sinha Some 20 percent of youth in India are likely to experience mental disorders like depression, substance abuse, eating disorder, or schizophrenia. Substance abuse and depression are the two most prevalent disorders […]

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Goldsmiths get certified by skills council

Goldsmiths from all over the state underwent a six-month training to polish their skills. Bangalore, Nov. 21, 2018. Over a thousand goldsmiths earned a certificate from the Gem and Jewellery Skill Council of India on Wednesday.  The goldsmiths came from all the state to learn new skills, polish existing ones, and to familiarise themselves with […]

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Apologies Expected From Chief Minister

Protest by rice and sugarcane farmers at Freedom Park Bangalore, Nov.19, 2018 The Chief Minister’s remarks on farmers and women lead to heavy criticism. Around 4000 farmers from different parts of Karnataka staged a protest in Bangalore today. They arrived at Krantiveera Sangoli Railway station at 6 a.m. – by then the police was already […]

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