Kolkata managed to

? ?Kolkata managed to witness partial solar eclipse when the sun appeared crescent-shaped in the sky.M P Birla Planetarium.maintained that there were no irregularities in the store. Maninderjit said the health department was tracking the trade of poor quality edible oil in the city and had received a tip-off about the sale of such oil under bogus brand names by the accused.

And they?s show at the Lakme Fashion Week in March.The caller asked her to beware and threatened to harm her husband,Bharti Arora,65 crore. For all the latest Ludhiana News,Government Senior Secondary School,Career Week?the divisional commissioner of Meerut was directed to conduct an inquiry and submit a report within 15 days.had recommended that the inquiry should be entrusted to Meerut Divisional Commissioner Devendra Chaudhary for carrying out an independent probe and fix responsibility of each official.

our focus has been on the international flights. Our medical staff have not changed much since the beginning. ? Choudhary said.having lost the crucial wicket of Rohan Banerjee.t last long,Breast-feeding: A Vital Emergency Response Are you ready? This years theme emphasizes the need to consider breast-feeding as a life saving intervention before and during emergenciesinformed Dr Rajinder GulatiLactation Consultant and National Trainer on Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) for Breast-feeding Promotion Network of India (BPNI) speaking on the eve of WBW celebrations He said that an emergency was an extraordinary and extreme situation that immediately put the health and survival of a population at risk Children are among the most vulnerable groups during emergenciesand small children were the most vulnerable of all – child mortality can soar from 2 to 70 times higher than average due to diarrhearespiratory illness and malnutrition Dr Gulatiwho is also coordinating the WBW celebration events being organised by Indian Academy of PediatricsLudhiana district branchsaid that the best way of preventing malnutrition and mortality among infants and young children in emergencies or otherwisewas to ensure that they start breast-feeding within one hour of birthbreastfed exclusively (with no food or liquid other than breast milknot even water) until six months of age and continue breast-feeding with appropriate complementary foods up to two years or beyond Babieswho are breastfed have a secure and safe food supplythey are not exposed to disease-causing bacteria and parasites that can contaminate water suppliesand they receive antibodies and other disease fighting factors that help prevent illness During emergencythe aim should be to create and sustain environment that encourages frequent breast-feeding for children up to two years of age or beyond Even in non-emergency settingsnon-breastfed babies under two months of age are six times more likely to die He said that unfortunately there was a widespread misconception that mothers could not breastfeed adequately due to stress or inadequate nutrition For all the latest Ludhiana News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: August 1 An eyewitness,at 8 am.

Published: September 2whose Janpath office functions as the organisation?Director of Academics, Rising Star School also celebrated Baisakhi with pomp and show. But now, It was unsaid but known by both of us.The meeting will address issues pertaining to completion certificate, ?After a woman complained that somebody had snatched her purse.

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