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  • A family from Shalimar area in the outskirts of Kashmir capital Srinagar Monday staged a massive protest accusing a doctor of ‘murdering’ their baby boy while performing a medical procedure called tracheostomy. The doctor according to protesting family has gone into hiding, a fact admitted by the senior doctors at Sher-i-Kashmir Medical Institute Soura.

  • School student participate in an awareness campaign organized by Medical Bank a social organization on suicidal video game "Blue Whale" on the occasion of World Suicide Prevention Day on September 10, 2017 in Kolkata.

  • Students Islamic Organization of India (SIO) supporters and activists during a peaceful protest rally and gathering against Rohingya crisis in front of Myanmar Consulate, protest demand for stop genocide of Rohingya Muslims.

  • The Tipperary International Peace Award was presented to Nedal Izddenm a member of the Syria Civil Defense, a group also known as the White Helmets, today. The White Helmets have saved more than 100,000 people, while 192 of the unarmed volunteers have lost their lives. Responding to news of the selection, a spokesperson for the group said: “We are very happy to receive this peace prize because it means that there are still people around the world who support our mission to protect lives, and that the voices for peace are much stronger than the voices for war.”

  • Activists marched to the offices of Senators Schumer and Gillibrand in New York City on September 5, 2017; carrying a giant lunchbox filled with messages from constituents that urged them to get “Back To Work and Save Our Healthcare”. Senate hearings on stabilizing the Affordable Care Act begin the next day, so New York residents are pressuring their Senators to fight to ensure their constituents’ health care coverage isn’t compromised.

  • Fifth edition of the non-agonistic charity race PHARMA RUN for life, organized by the Order of Pharmacists in Rome with the support of Federfarma Roma and the patronage of the XII City Hall, for the AFRON Onlus Association - oncology for Africa to promote a project for preventing breast and uterine cancer in Uganda

  • Spinalonga is a small island in the mouth of Elounda, Crete. It was fortified by the Venetian architectural and architectural aspects. It is more well known because in 1905 it became an exile place for the lepers. In 1957 it was closed as a place of exile. Today, it is a monument of history that can be visited.

  • Livestock is collected at a livestock sale place in Bekasi. As Indonesian Muslims prepared for Eid al-Adha or Festival of Sacrifice, Indonesia government urges people to buy livestock for sacrifices that have passed the health examination and labeled 'HEALTHY' from the Department of Agriculture, as a protection to consumers to avoid the anthrax, nail and mouth disease.

  • Civilian welfare foundation has conducted a unique walk celebrating the cause of paralympics and disability sports at large on 28th August. The Primary agenda of the walk was, to make the mass aware of the disability sports.

  • A heart breaking astonishing situation - little child with parents and other family members. Father holding a huge oxygen cylinder and Mother holding the baby with the pipe inside nostrils of the little child rushing from one to the other department of the hospital for treatment without any support at the heritage hospital, Medical College,Kolkata on 27.8.2017

  • Association of Voluntary Blood Donors ( AVBD ) With IFA, organised 37th blood donation camp on Football Lovers Day In Kolkata. In 1980, 16th August 16 football supporters lost their life during a football match violence inside the Eden Gardens Stadium .

  • Children hold the poster during the "Organ Donation Day" awareness rally and "Walk for Life” organized by CM Health Welfare Society on occasion of World Organ Donation Day August 13, 2017 in Kolkata. The Organ Donation Day observes annually to motivate to donate organ after death and to create awareness about the importance of organ donation.

  • Firefighters' intervention in Casoria, in the province of Naples, to extinguish toxic fires due to fires and waste.

  • On August 10, 2017; over 100 activists from indigenous, environmental and community groups held a protest outside Goldman Sachs headquarters in New York, as the bank hosts a private finance conference for oil, gas, and pipeline corporations. A 40-foot wide, 7-foot tall set of interlocking panels forming a large mural was held in front of the doors blocking the entrance to the building, resulting on 5 arrests.

  • Municipal workers fumigate slum area beside Kestopur canal as a precaution measure against mosquito born diseases like dengue and malaria on August 9, 2017 in Kolkata.

  • A rally conducted on the Rajpath, Kolkata by tea workers on N Bengal, demanding raise in their minimum wages, safety in work place, assurance of job and food safety.

  • North Bengal tea workers organized a protest rally against State Government of West Bengal and protest demand for minimum wages,land,food and employment on July 03,2017 in Kolkata in India.

  • Chief of Indonesian Police, General Police Tito Karnavian (third left) with Indonesian Finance Minister Sri Mulyani (second left) sees narcotic evidence of 1.2 million items Minion ecstasy, and 2.2 kg Methamphetamine worth more than IDR 600 Billion, after a press conference at the Indonesian Police Headquarters, Jakarta, August 1, 2017. The Indonesian police, in cooperation with the Customs Directorate, succeeded in uncovering the Dutch-Indonesian International Narcotics Network syndicate with 1.2 million items of Minion ecstasy and 2.2 Kg Methamphetamine, as well as arrested two couriers Liu Kit Tjung and Erwin Afianto, and shot dead another. The police say that in Indonesia the narcotics network is controlled by a prisoner in Nusa Kambangan…

  • Doctors trained with Martial Art for protect themselves during a workshop organized by "Doctors for Protect" on July 30, 2017 in Kolkata.

  • Kolkata is one of the most famous and well known cities in India but not the entire Kolkata is famous. Pramod Nagar is one of those notorious places of Kolkata. Pramod Nagar is basically a dump yard. The story is based on this dump yard. More specifically the story is about a small boy whose name is Noor. Noor is a seven years old boy. Though it’s the age of his education and playing but he will not get to play and education is far away from him as the stars are form earth. Any other boy of his age is surely a student but not Noor, to others he is just a labour, or rather categorise as child labour. Child labour has been an international concern because it damages, spoils and destroys the future of children. The problem of child labour is…

  • Fire disaster at Calcutta National Medical College. A major fire breaks at the Calcutta National Medical College on Saturday 29-7-2017 noon.Patients were evacuated and four fire tenders were pressed into service to douse the flame.The reason of the fire is sort serciate. The fire broke out at the Gynae ward on 5th floor of Calcutta National Medical College around 12 pm,which creates panic among the patients and the relatives of the patients.

  • Institute of Liver & Digestive Science and Liver Foundation of West Bengal organized rally to create awareness of Hepatitis among general people on the occasion of World Hepatitis Day on July 28, 2017 in Kolkata. World Hepatitis Day observes annually in July 28, 2017 to raise global awareness of Hepatitis.

  • Children holds awareness poster during the organ donation awareness program in Kolkata. Members of Health and Welfare Society participate in an awareness program on "After Death Organ Donation".

  • A Bangladeshi laborer works in a dockyard where they construct and repair various types of ships in Dhaka Bangladesh 2017.

  • 150 years old homes in Taltala collapsed in the rains, two people died and three more were injured owing to the collapse a rescue team arrived at five in the evening to retrieve those injured on July 25, 2017 in kolkata in India.

  • Tragic death occurred today in Kolkata, 10 Indian Mirror Street about12:45 pm when an old house perished suddenly. In this incident, two persons died.The rescue team came at around 5pm and they were able to rescue 3 persons who were inside the collapsed house.

  • To counter the growth of radicalism and extremism in Sulu and change the mind-setting of the Muslim in Sulu towards the government, a medical mission (comprises of free cataract operation, medical check-up, minor surgery, male circumcision and dental check-up), free haircut to kids, feeding program, book reading and football clinic was conducted by Philippine Marines in Omar, Sulu on July 21-23, 2017.

  • BPJS Health (Public Health Insurance Implementing Body) is a Social Security Administering Body set up by the Indonesian Government to provide Community Health Insurance, and is a health program to realize the community with health services in accordance with medical needs.

  • Hundreds of New Yorkers joined a grassroots alliance of health care advocates in a rally on the steps of Union Square to demand a universal, single payer, improved and expanded Medicare healthcare system and an end to for-profit healthcare. Coordinating rallies have been organized in communities across the country, with the founding rally being held in Washington D.C.

  • Mass circumcision performed by Unipdu Medika Hospital in Jombang. A total of 100 boys participated in the event, some of which were considered celebrations for Long Term Reach. Circumcision is the process of cutting the foreskin that covers the penis gland

  • Art of dance Kuda lumping is a dance art that is played by using the equipment of horse artificial made of woven bamboo or braid colored painted and given the motif like a horse and given a clone hair, in a Kuda Lumping dance show featuring attractions that show supernatural powers smelling Magical, like attractions chew glass, immunity showered with whip lashes, peeling coconut with mouth and others.

  • ART (antiretroviral therapy) medicines that suppresses or stops a retrovirus. According to UNAIDS global roundup, 'in 2016, 19.5 million of the 36.7 million people living with HIV had access to treatment.' The report was almost half the 2005 toll that marked the peak of the deadly epidemic, said a UN report Thursday proclaiming 'the scales have tipped.'

  • 175 people were arrested after a massive civil disobedience on July 19, 2017; in Senate offices around Capitol Hill. In the wake of the health care bill collapse, constituents from across the country flooded Capitol Hill to protest Republican senators who have not spoken up against ACA repeal and demand universal, affordable, quality healthcare for all.

  • Canadair aircraft in fire fighting Fire extinguisher "Canadair", type CL-415 of the fleet of "Protezione Civile ", involved in firefighting in Italy. In picture aircraft in action.

  • Firefighters intervention in Arzano in the province of Naples to extinguish toxic fire due to fires and waste.

  • Workers daily life and labour at Tannery Park Circus in Kolkata, India.

  • Pedestrians make a shortcut by jumping over the sidewalk fence in Jakarta. Researchers from Stanford University, USA recently reported their study results based on 717 thousand data of users of activity monitoring applications in 111 countries worldwide, that Indonesia ranks at the bottom of the list of the most diligent inhabitants in the world, only 3,513 steps per day . While in the report states that the average world population walks 4,961 steps per day. Hong Kong occupies the top position, with an average population running as many as 6,880 steps per day.

  • Teens of people comes to Healthcare Minister for protest against the cuts.

  • Men, women and children sift through mountains of rubbish searching for anything reusable or recyclable they can sell - although it will earn them less than $3 a day. Hundreds gather each morning at the landfill site, where an average of 6,000 tonnes of solid waste are dumped every day. The workers sort through the 40 hectare area and the mountains of rubbish, which can reach 100ft (30m) in height, looking for anything that can be sold. Around 300 people go to the landfill in Matuail, Demra, in Dhaka, Bangladesh, to collect anything of selling value like metal, plastic, polythene, paper and old toys.

  • Emergency Vesuvius mobilized by environmentalists Cleanap launches a flash mob with an anti-smog mask.

  • A smoke column was lifted from the Capodichino area near the airport. Firefighters during rescue operations.

  • Local Orange County, NY residents - Oscar-nominated actor and activist, James Cromwell, Grandmother and actress Madeline Shaw, and Mother Pramilla Malick began their 7-day jail sentence in Orange County, N.Y. on July 14, 2017; for their action taken at the construction site of the Competitive Power Ventures Gas-Fired power plant in Wawayanda, NY. The three residents staged a blockade at the site on December 18, 2015 stating this project creates unacceptable health and safety risks to the public.

  • Minister of State (Independent Charge) Labor and Employment, Govt. of India, Bandaru Dattatreya, Union Minister of State Urban Development, Housing, Babul Supriyo, actress turned BJP MP Roopa Ganguly during inauguration of new building of ESIC Regional Office, Kolkata and foundation stone laying for up gradation of ESI Hospital Baltikuri & Durgapur, West Bengal in Kolkata on July 13, 2017.

  • In order to commemorate the world blood donor day, various elements of society such as students, employees, private, laborers, donate blood in Blood Transfusion Unit, Indonesian Red Cross Banda Aceh City.

  • Countless chilli peppers surround labourers in the Bogra district in the north of Bangladesh. More than 2,000 people work in almost 100 chilli farms in Bogra in Bangladesh to supply local spice companies with chillies for use in their recipes. Chilli peppers are a major part of the Bengali cuisine popular in Bangladesh and are used as part of a combination of spices for various meat dishes, including chicken and beef.

  • Pan-Hellenic Federation of Workers in Public Hospitals (PDEDN) is planning a nationwide mobilization of staff working with flexible employment in the NHS, Providence, EKAB (auxiliary, community programs, contractors or former contractors) for today, July 12th.

  • New Yorkers and healtcare advocacy groups organized a protest on July 10, 2017; outside Rep. John Faso's fundraiser as donors arrive at the Park Imperial at 230 West 56th St. in Midtown Manhattan. Faso vote for the House Trumpcare bill in May, also he coauthored the notorious Collins-Faso amendment to both the House and Senate bills that would shift New York Medicaid funding from counties’ budgets to the state budget.

  • All India Youth League activities and supporters protest march to Governor House or Raj Bhaban to protest for ban over the alcohols in State of Bengal and protest against Goods and Services Tax or GST roll out in India on July 10, 2017 in Kolkata.

  • New York celebrated the third annual Disability Pride with a colorful parade, marching from Union Square Park to Madison Square Park on July 9, 2017. The event promotes inclusion, awareness, and visibility of people with disabilities, and redefine public perception of disability by participating in an annual Disability Pride parade in New York City and to show support and solidarity with people with disabilities. This year ‘Speechless’ Actor Micah Fowler was the Grand Marshall at the 2017 Disability Pride NYC Parade

  • Successful students across the country receiving accolade from Legendary cricketer and former Indian Cricket team captain Kapil Dev along with Vandana Luthra, founder of VLCC at New Delhi today. (Vandana Luthra, founder of VLCC is also seen in the picture.) VLCC Institute of Beauty & Nutrition a leading chain of Beauty and Nutrition Academies currently operating at 330 locations and 150 cities across the globe held it's 16th Annual Convocation at India Habitat Centre, New Delhi today morning.


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