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Obstructive Sleep Apnea Linked To Cancer

Obstructive Sleep Apnea Linked To Cancer

The findings of an observational population-based study have indicated that cancer may be yet another disease to add to an already long list of conditions associated with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA).…

India Is A Nation Of Violent, Stressed Men

India Is A Nation Of Violent, Stressed Men

While more than half of Indian women said they had experienced some form of violence during their lifetime, 60% of men admit to violence against their wife or partner at some point in their lives.…

Is Data Noise Drowning Out The Chinkara’s Sneeze?

Is Data Noise Drowning Out The Chinkara’s Sneeze?

All of 16 years old, a court-weary case is nearing its denouement: On November 5, the Supreme Court reserved its judgement on the infamous Salman Khan poaching case.…

Women Pay Heavy Price For Botched Sterilisation Camps

Women Pay Heavy Price For Botched Sterilisation Camps

  The death of 11 women during a sterilisation camp that went wrong in Chhattisgarh has brought back the topic of sterilisation and contraceptive use in the country…

Mumbai Special: The Revival Agenda

Mumbai Has India’s Best Healthcare. It Isn’t Enough

Mumbai Has India’s Best Healthcare. It Isn’t Enough

Mumbai has India’s best public-health infrastructures—by far—yet it needs to at least double its medical personnel and health facilities to be able to serve its underserved citizens, an Indiaspend analysis has revealed.…

Mumbai Roads Not Deadly—By Indian Standards

Mumbai Roads Not Deadly—By Indian Standards

Greater Mumbai, with a population of nearly 18 million people, witnessed more than 23,500 road accidents in 2013, the most of any Indian city.…

BLOG: 5 Things To Know Before Boarding A “Local”

BLOG: 5 Things To Know Before Boarding A “Local”

Before I came to Mumbai in April 2013 from the Himalayan hill town of Nainital, my commute to work was a 30-minute, bracing walk in the mountain chill and charm…

No person As Squeezed In As The Mumbaikar

No person As Squeezed In As The Mumbaikar

A visit to any open area in Mumbai reveals what the locals, known as Mumbaikars, really crave — open space. Every playground, every promenade and every park is packed, revealing what they lack—open space.…

Viznomics: A Quick Glance At Big Issues

75 Million Bank Accounts For India’s Poor—And Counting

75 Million Bank Accounts For India’s Poor—And Counting

The Pradhan Mantri Jan DhanYojana (PMJDY) was launched by Prime Minister NarendraModi on 28th August, 2014 with the objective of providing India’s poor with financial services.…

Rural India’s Main Investments: Homes and Gold

Rural India’s Main Investments: Homes and Gold

  Rural India still continues to hold assets in two principal forms – housing and jewellery…

Why India’s Gold Fascination Worries The Government.

Why India’s Gold Fascination Worries The Government.

India’s appetite for gold continues to drive global demand with October imports increasing to 148 tonne from 25 tonne in the same month last year…

Rioting, Unlawful Assembly Main Charges Against Modi Ministers

Rioting, Unlawful Assembly Main Charges Against Modi Ministers

While Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expanded his cabinet to 66 ministers, reports by independent non government organizations (NGOs) have found that 20 ministers (31%) have declared criminal cases against them and 17% (11 ministers) have serious criminal charges filed against them.…

Modi Team Still leaner than UPA, Previous NDA

Modi Team Still leaner than UPA, Previous NDA

Even after Prime Minister Narendra Modi expanded his team to 66 ministers, it is leaner than the council of ministers headed by former Prime Ministers Manmohan Singh and Atal Bihari Vajpayee.…