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Bengal gears up to fight unknown fever among children

Kolkata, Sep 16 | West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has convened a high-level meeting with the superintendents of the medical colleges and senior...

3 kids die of viral fever in Bihar

Patna, Sep 15 | The viral fever is turning out to be deadly in Bihar with three infants dying in Nalanda Medical College and...

Bihar health department on alert after rise in viral fever cases

Patna, Sep 9 | The health department of Bihar is on alert after viral fever cases among children rose in several districts of the...

33 kids, 7 adults die of mysterious fever in UP’s Firozabad

Lucknow, Aug 30 | Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Monday confirmed that 32 children and seven adults had died in Firozabad, owing...

Global warming may limit spread of dengue fever: Study

New York, July 23 | Global warming could limit the spread of dengue fever but could also affect Wolbachia as a biological control agent,...

Laos sees decline in dengue fever cases

Vientiane, June 23 | Laos saw a decline in dengue fever cases in the first six months of 2021, compared to the corresponding period...

Fever clinics in UP to check spread of diseases during monsoon

Lucknow, June 13 | With the monsoon season now round the corner, the Yogi Adityanath government in Uttar Pradesh has directed that special fever...

Karnataka ex-CM Siddaramaiah in Bengaluru hospital with fever

Bengaluru, June 1 | Congress leader and former Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has been admitted to a private hospital in the city with high...

Most Indians experience high fever, tiredness, dry cough symptoms

New Delhi, May 30 | Bulk of Indians have accepted feeling symptoms like fever, tiredness, dry cough, cold, nasal congestion and running nose prompting...

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Better performance for ASEAN markets compared to extremely expensive India: UBS

By Sanjeev SharmaNew Delhi, Oct 20 | Capital markets house, UBS sees better relative performance for the ASEAN stock markets versus "extremely expensive India"...