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No donors: Liver transplants hit

As 17-year-old Swathi Krishna moves out of hospital on Tuesday, nearly 100 patients are in the queue at the Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences (AIMS) and Lakeshore Hospital here with the required mo

Contractor has harvest of rains


At a time when every drop of water counts, a civil contractor in Kochi has set a grand example by establishing a 1.15 lakh litre rainwater harvesting facility at his house — perhaps the largest by an

Hepatitis, it’s closer than you think: WHO


‘It’s closer than you think’. The message the WHO has chosen on the occasion of World Hepatitis Day which falls on Saturday, is loud and clear.

The premier health body emphatically states that one o

Cusat’s Rs12 cr radar project taking shape


The Cochin University of Science and Technology (Cusat) would soon equip itself with new facilities for effective studies on monsoon and weather patterns. The federal science and technology ministry i

Ravi group wants Antony at helm


Ahead of the organisational restructuring in the state Congress, the fourth group led by Vayalar Ravi has changed tack and is looking up to A.K. Antony to help thwart a likely steamrolling by chief m

Ham senses quakes, draws scientists


His physical disabilities stand apart when this ham radio enthusiast makes calculations and predictions about earthquakes somewhat accurately – and the scientists at the premier Centre for Earth Scien

Kumarakom doesn't have a chundan

They are for boat races what Brazil is for football. Natives of Kumarakom, the tourist paradise and cradle of boat racers, are finally waking up to the fact though they dominate boat races they still

Harvesting in deep waters


With the spectre of acute water shortage staring at the state due to the weak progress of the monsoon, discussions are emerging as to how to tackle the days ahead up to the next monsoon.

In this con

Ecological concerns hit phase II plan


With the Greater Cochin Development Authority announcing the second phase of the Marine Drive project and readying to fill 150 hectares from Chathyath junction to one kilometer off Vaduthala for the p

General Hospital in shortlist of FICCI awards


After launching a slew of projects and facilities, the Ernakulam General Hospital is bidding for the FICCI Healthcare Excellence Award-2012, which will be presented in New Delhi by the end of August.

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