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    World Alzheimer's Day 2020: Why talk about Dementia?

    This year, the goal is to get everyone, whose daily lives get affected or could potentially get affected by the condition, talking about it. The 21st of September every year is celebrated as World Alzheimer's Day, the disease that impairs one's ability to remember. Why talk about Dementia? 1. Two in three individuals claim that there is no understanding of Dementia in their...

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    Vitamin-C in Covid-19 treatment explained

    Let us not wait till the situation develops further. Let us all start taking Vitamin-C from now. It is about strengthening your immunity and preventing a mild flu from becoming a life threatening condition. Vitamin-C, also known as ascorbic acid, is necessary for the growth, development and repair of all body tissues. It is involved in many body functions, including formation of Collagen, absorption of...

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    Demand for regularisation of MGNREGS employees in hills district of Manipur grows

    The All Manipur Hill Districts MGNREGS Employees' Association said it would intensify agitation from September 25 if the government failed to address the grievances faced by the people in the hills. The All Manipur Hill Districts MGNREGS Employees' Association (AMHDMEA) has reiterated its demand for regularisation of MGNREGS employees of the hill...

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    Manipur: Legal awareness campaign on COVID-19 with focus on Kangpokpi, Senapati

    The four-day campaign on health advisories and safe practices in connection with COVID-19 under Access to Justice, Northeast and JK initiatives was held at Kavanam Legal Aid Clinic on Sunday. A legal awareness-cum-awareness campaign on health advisories and safe practices in connection with COVID-19 under Access to Justice, Northeast and JK initiatives was held at...

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    Truck carrying COVID-19 relief material meets with accident

    The driver of the truck, Lallianjohn, 28, son of Chinsuankhai of Hiangzou village died on the spot and the handyman, Manglunlal, 30, son of Lainthag of South Point Simveng sustained severe injuries. A truck carrying relief material of COVID-19 to deliver in Thanlon, Churchandpur district met with an accident between Chiangpi and S Khawzim village at around 8 pm on September 19. The...

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    Meghalaya's COVID-19 positive cases rise to 4,660

    Meghalaya reports 103 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday Meghalaya reported 103 new cases of COVID-19 on Sunday, taking the tally of active cases in the state to 2,111. Director of Health Services (MI), Dr. Aman War said that 78 cases were detected in East Khasi Hills which include 3 health workers, 38 high risk contacts, 1 ILI case, 1 returnee 3 armed and paramilitary forces (A/PF) personnel and 32...

    • 10 hrs ago
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    Local transmission of COVID-19 begins in Tamenglong

    Now, COVID positive cases in Tamenglong district has surged up to 353 while 330 patients have recovered and released from COVID Care Centre Local transmission of COVID-19 has begun in Tamenglong district headquarters over past few days and the situation has worsened as many people are reluctant to follow the SOPs. Recently, nine persons without travel history including pharmacists, barbers,...

    • 10 hrs ago
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    Manipur puts on hold all recruitment processes as COVID-19 hits economy

    The government memorandum said recruitment process shall be resumed/initiated only with specific permission from the department of personnel for any emergency recruitment. The state government has put on hold all the ongoing recruitment processes being undertaken in all the departments with immediate effect from Saturday. According to an office memorandum issued by chief...

    • 11 hrs ago
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    12 MLAs who were appointed as parliamentary secretaries liable for disqualification: O Joy

    The 12 MLAs are L. Susindro, N, Indrajit, L. Rameshwor, Th. Satyabrata, H. Dingo, Dr S Ranjan, S. Subaschandra, K. Robindro, K. Leishiyo, Khasim Vashum, Awangbou Newmai, Asab Uddin. The 12 MLAs who were appointed as parliamentary secretaries of the state are liable to be disqualified under the provision of the Constitution of India, said veteran politician...

    • 16 hrs ago
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    Government steps up move to curb malnutrition in India

    The Union ministries of AYUSH and the Women and Child Development signed a memorandum of understanding on Sunday in New Delhi for controlling malnutrition in the country. In a bid to curb the problem of malnutrition in India, the ministries of AYUSH and the Women and Child Development signed a memorandum of understanding on Sunday in New Delhi. The MoU is aimed at finding scientifically...

    • 16 hrs ago

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