Michael H Merson has led a number of training programmes to strengthen the capacity of scientists in Russia, China, India and South Africa to undertake research on HIVAIDS prevention.
BENGALURU: You may feel choked on Bengaluru roads, thanks to smoke-spewing vehicles and dust.
BENGALURU: The number of vehicles registered in Bengaluru has climbed to 70.28 lakh -- 48.69 lakh two-wheelers and 13.58 lakh four-wheelers.
BENGALURU: The Karnataka government has banned camp fires, loud music and plastic in resorts, homestays and hotels located near eco-sensitive zones.
BENGALURU: In its first admission that the number of dengue cases is spiralling threateningly, the BBMP on Wednesday said the city has reported 4,280 cases so far this year, a shocking seven-fold r
Traffic on city roads, pollution and other factors made Bengaluru-based violinist Aneesh Vidyashankar take to carpooling, which he has been doing successfully for the past eight years.
BENGALURU: As many as 146 people have been killed by wild elephants and tigers in the past four years in Karnataka, which translates into three deaths per month.
BENGALURU: The Congress government is gifting health cover to all its citizens in Karnataka through its Arogya Bhagya scheme to be launched on November 1.
BENGALURU: Prevailing drought conditions in most parts of Karantaka and the presence of more than one virus stereotype have contributed to the increasing incidence of dengue in the state.
BENGALURU: The principal bench of the National Green Tribunal (NGT) on Thursday asked the Karnataka government to submit the measures it has taken on cleaning up Bellandur Lake by August 22, the ne
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