Victim may have contracted virus during Bihar visit

How is it possible that lychee, a deliciously sweet tropical fruit, could induce a fatal hypoglycemic encephalopathy in children? The answer is straightforward: the edible fruit (aril) of lychee or litchi (Litchi sinensis or Litchi chinensis), and other members of the Soapberry family (Sapindaceae), contains unusual amino acids that disrupt gluconeogenesis and β-oxidation of fatty acids. (Comment)

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GAYA: Expressing concern over lack of awareness about dental health, Allahabad based dental surgeon Dr Sandip Singh said the lifestyle changes and use of junk food by the younger generation were ca

Chinta Devi of village Manjhyani Ghiya Tanr in Jamui district has recently been awarded at an international convention of Indian Institute of Biosocial Research Development in Kolkata for protectio

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Bihar Cement Plant Vs. Bihar State Pollution Control Board & Ors. dated 15/03/2017 regarding pollution caused by Bihar Cement Plant. A Joint Inspection Report filed by the Committee recommended that the unit could be permitted to operate, as required anti-pollution devices have been installed and measures have been taken.

Days after Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar questioned the Centre's approach towards cleaning the Ganga, the water resources ministry announced on Wednesday its move of awarding projects worth Rs

भागलपुर । शहर के वार्ड नंबर छह की 15 हजार आबादी एक-एक बूंद पानी के लिए लोग तरस रही है। पाइप लाइन नही

KOLKATA: Luscious litchis are usually a favourite with most, but it's not without its deadly side, literally.

PATNA: The final proposal of Patna for smart city contest will focus on river-front development, improvement of amenities around the railway stations and installation of solar panels on government

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Biren Kr. Pradhan & Others Vs State of Odisha & Others dated 11/01/2017 regarding expansion of National Highway No. 49 from Bhojpur to Chhatabar Section covering a stretch of 200 Kms without obtaining forest clearance under the Forest (Conservation) act, 1980 even though 19.58 Ha of forest land are involved. NGT directs National Highway Division, Deogarh

and M/s Sridurga Condev to withhold further work on the project if forest clearance has not been obtained under the Forest (Conservation) Act, 1980.

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