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Ten commandments of prevention of heart attack

Kolkata, Sep 25 (UNI) Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) have now become the leading cause of mortality in India.
A quarter of all mortality is attributable to CVD. Ischemic heart disease and stroke are the predominant causes and are responsible for >80% of CVD deaths. Soon India is going to become the cardiovascular capital of the world, according to Dr Dilip Kumar, Senior Consultant Interventional Cardiologist and Device Specialist, Medica Superspecialty Hospital.
Besides the advancements in the treatment of coronary artery disease in last two decades the growing burden of this disease suggests that prevention is the only option to deal with it.
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Farmers will become bonded labourers in their own farms due to wrong policies of Centre: Chief Minister

Farmers will become bonded labourers in their own farms due to wrong policies of Centre: Chief Minister

28 Oct 2020 | 10:33 PM

Dumka, Oct 28 (UNI) Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Wednesday said that due to wrong
policies of the Centre the agriculture sector was in danger and the farmers are on the verge
of becoming bonded labourers in their own farms.

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COVID-19: Toll in Bengal rises to 6,664, cases touch 3,61,703

28 Oct 2020 | 10:22 PM

Kolkata, Oct 28 (UNI) The COVID-19 toll in Bengal rose to 6,664 with the death of 60
persons on Wednesday, while the tally touched 3,61,703 with 3,924 new confirmed
cases.
According to the latest State Government Health bulletin, the active cases accounted
for 37,111, while the number of discharged cases stood at 3,17,928.
The percentage of discharged rose to 87.90 per cent.

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Three more COVID-19 deaths, 90 fresh cases in Meghalaya

28 Oct 2020 | 10:12 PM

Shillong, Oct 28 (UNI) Meghalaya on Wednesday recorded three more COVID-related deaths,
including two women, pushing up the number of fatalities to 85, while 90 fresh cases took the
number of active cases to 1,364, even as 134 more recoveries took the number of recovered
persons to 7,777, health officials said.

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Former Meghalaya CM unearths fresh mined coal despite NGT ban

28 Oct 2020 | 10:10 PM

Shillong, Oct 28 (UNI) Former Chief Minister and currently leader of Opposition in Meghalaya,
Dr Mukul Sangma on Wednesday unearthed fresh mined coal at Khleihrangnah in West Jaintia
Hills district despite the National Green Tribunal imposed a ban in the State on rat-hole mining
of coal.

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Coronavirus tally in state reaches to 1,00,569 as 345 cases detected on Wednesday

28 Oct 2020 | 10:08 PM

Ranchi, Oct 28 (UNI) The Coronavirus tally in the state on Wednesday reached to 1,00,569
as 345 cases of Covid-19 were detected across 23 districts of the state.

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