Public Health
News  /  Published 26.02.22

Noida International University invites applications for School of Public Health

The last date to apply for UG and PG courses is March 31 ...
By Our Correspondent

Opinion  /  Published 12.01.22

Tunnel vision: public health

It is said that Ratan Tata was moved by seeing middle-class Indian families riding on a two-wheeler, their children sandwiched between parents. This inspired the Tata Nano — it was developed at ...
By Amitav Banerjee

West Bengal  /  Published 22.12.21

Drinking water survey for schools

The Alipurduar district administration and the state public health engineering (PHE) department will jointly conduct a survey in all educational institutions across the district to find out if all the...
By Our Correspondent in Alipurduar

News  /  Published 18.12.21

Kolkata reflects water wastage and deficit, call for water meters ignored

Bikash Ranjan Bhattacharyya of the CPM, who was mayor from 2005 to 2010, did not go ahead with the proposal either. KMC engineers said that since the civic boards were not in favour of imposing water...
By Subhajoy Roy

West Bengal  /  Published 13.12.21

Piped water hurry

PHE officials said remote villages were located mainly in districts of Jungle Mahal including West Midnapore, Bankura, Purulia and Jhargram. In West Midnapore, the number of remote hamlets is 1,039. T...
By Snehamoy Chakraborty in Bolpur(Birbhum)


India  /  Published 05.10.21

Nitish takes on Niti Aayog

Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar on Monday slammed the Niti Aayog for its surveys which presented the state in a poor light claiming that they did not factor in various aspects before arriving at con...
By Dev Raj in Patna

West Bengal  /  Published 07.09.21

SMC plans new water intake point

The Siliguri Municipal Corporation has come up with a proposal for the installation of an alternative intake point through which water from the Mahananda canal can be routed to the treatment plant at ...
By Our Correspondent in Siliguri

West Bengal  /  Published 06.09.21

Silt deposits turn Siliguri taps dry

Around 10 lakh residents of Siliguri, the largest urban hub in north Bengal, are facing acute shortage in drinking water that is supplied by their civic body for about a week. The reason being huge s...
By Our Correspondent in Siliguri

Opinion  /  Published 09.08.21

The Age of Agony: Public health

“A thoroughly unpleasant period to exist,” Guy R. Williams wrote in the context of health and living in the 18th century in The Age of Agony, an age of puerile States and embryonic pu...
By Arunabha Sengupta

World  /  Published 06.08.21

Delta: Fresh worries flagged

There are early signs that people who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 may be able to transmit the Delta variant of the virus as easily as those who have not, scientists at Public Health England ...
By Reuters in London


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