Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan took stock of works under Narmada-Kshipra Link Project for bringing Narmada water to Kshipra river’s originating point at Indore district’s villages Mundla-Dos
Cancer patients and those identified with cancer symptoms will undergo a check-up in the next four months so that treatment, where desired, can be started immediately.
Contrary to the general impression, the incidence of cancer is not so alarming in Punjab, claims a door-to-door survey conducted recently by the state Health Department.
Former Deputy Prime Minister Shri Lal Krishna Advani has said that the country would have witnessed a revolutionary change had river-linking project been implemented during six-year term of former
The thick blanket of smog that has enveloped entire southern-western Malwa region of Punjab these days has become a cause for concern.
In the lush fields of Punjab germinates a scary tale.
Ludhiana continues to be the city with highest urban population, Mohali at second spot
Following directions from the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) in respect of growing cancer incidence on account of indiscriminate use of pesticides in Punjab, the state government has banne
Women in the Malwa belt of Punjab are facing the threat of breast cancer, if one goes by the reports compiled by Roko Cancer, a UK-based organisation.
Muktsar: Despite the fact that at least 1,100 persons have died of cancer in Muktsar district alone in the past 10 years and the disease is spreading its tentacles at an alarming pace, the health a
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