Health
  • Mega functions held across Kashmir to celebrate ‘International Day of Yoga 2024’. On International Yoga Day, the community of Pulwama came together in a vibrant display of unity and wellness. Young adults, children, and families participated in a collective yoga session led by Deputy Commissioner Shri Basharat Qayoom. This event marks a significant moment of peace and harmony following the abrogation of Article 370.

  • security personnel stands guard before the arrival of India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi outside Sher-i-Kashmir International Conference Centre (SKICC) in Srinagar on June 20, 2024 on the eve of International Yoga Day. Indian police said on June 19, they had killed two suspected militants in Kashmir, a day before Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits the disputed territory.

  • Dr. Bal Kishan Gupta checkup BJP MLA Jethanand vyas During a free health camp for health awareness of Hypertension and sugar check up organized by Indian Red Cross Society & Indian society of hypertension health richer center.

  • The group writing Thailand's Cannabis Future and its supporters, gathered in front of the United Nations Office in Thailand, paraded to Government House in Bangkok on June 9, 2024. to announce their intention to call on the government sector, Research the benefits and flaws before the government decides to put cannabis back on the Narcotics list again.

  • Indian side of Kashmir is known for its beauty all around the world. Among the other places in the valley, “haajin” which lies in Budgam area of Srinagar Kashmir, has its own beauty. Haajin is a forest area which has a meadow in between. People, mostly shepherds trek uphill and spend time in mud houses.

  • In Arzano the Governor of the Campania Region Vincenzo De Luca inaugurates the works of the COMMUNITY HOSPITAL (OSPEDALE DI COMUNITA')

  • BIMBIMBICI event promoted by FIAB (Federazione Italiana Ambiente e Bicicletta) to promote active mobility and spread the use of bicycles.

  • NAMI walk in NYC and mental health street festival.

  • Chemist shopkeeper distributes free Aam Panna (Tangy Raw Mango Drink) during hot summer day in Bikaner .

  • Dr. Bal Kishan Gupta checkup district judge at the court building during a free health camp for health awareness of hypertension and sugar check up organized by Indian Red Cross Society in Bikaner.

  • Students of Shri Jain Public School gather at the railway station Bikaner as they go for an educational trip to Atal Tunnel during summer vacation in Bikaner.

  • Narayan Seva Sansthan, a non-profit charity organization, boasts over 480 branches across India. Mr. Prashant Agarwal, Sansthan’s esteemed President, is a visionary philanthropist and true altruist dedicated to serving humanity.Its comprehensive approach touches every facet of life.They begin by eradicating the root causes of disability, providing corrective surgeries, and offering free education and meals to the underprivileged. Its commitment extends to empowering those with visual, hearing, and speech impairments through life skills training and specialized education. Additionally, they provide professional skill development programs for people with disabilities. Established in 1985 with a humble start as A Fistful of Flour, serving meals…

  • Teens of thousands people comes to the center of Madrid for protest against the cuts in public healthcare system.

  • The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating Indian spice producers MDH (Mahashian Di Hatti Private Limited) and Everest products for potentially containing ethylene oxide, a harmful pesticide that can cause cancer if exposed to long-term. Hong Kong, Singapore, and recently Nepal have halted sales of some of their products due to suspected high levels of the pesticide. Everest has said its products are safe to consume, but MDH has not commented. The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is also investigating products from the two popular brands for potentially containing the pesticide, an FDA spokesperson told. An analysis done by the news agency of the US regulatory data found that since 2021, an average of 14.5% of US shipments…

  • Bikaner District collector Namrata Vrishni fills a pot with water for birds during hot summer day in Bikaner .

  • Agarwal Community Family Members Celebrate Mother's Day in Bikaner

  • Heat wave in Kolkata, India

  • Peerless Hospital one of the leading Corporate, multi-specialty hospital of Kolkata & Eastern India has launched latest break-through technology named Humanoid Robotics for the first time in Eastern India through a press conference for advanced orthopedic surgery in hip, knee and shoulder replacement.

  • The demand for watermelon increases during the holy month of Ramadan. Watermelons brought from different places are arranged for sale at wholesale rates. From here traders buy watermelons and take them to different markets.

  • Jaundice outbreak has been reported at the Padgampora area of Awantipora block in South Kashmir’s Pulwama district, some 30 km's from Summer Capital Srinagar. Number of cases have been tested positive for the disease.Jaundice is a condition that causes yellowing of the skin and eyes.

  • Union Minister of State (I/C) for Law & Justice Arjun Ram Meghwal , Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA Tarachand Saraswat , BJP leader Mahaveer Ranka and volunteers participate in the ''Ahimsa Run for Peace and Non Violence'' under the aegis of Jeeto Bikaner in Bikaner

  • Following the conclusion of the Ganga Mela festivities at Sarsaiya Ghat, members of a dedicated voluntary organization took to the banks of the Ganges to engage in a crucial cleanup effort. Armed with determination and eco-friendly bags, these volunteers diligently embarked on the task of plogging, meticulously removing plastics and various foreign objects that had accumulated on the riverbed. The initiative, which has become a routine practice, forms a vital component of the Namami Gange program. This program, integral to the broader Ganga River Basin Project, is committed to the rejuvenation and purification of the sacred Ganges river. Amidst the picturesque backdrop of Sarsaiya Ghat, where devotees had gathered to partake in the religious…

  • Miss Hudson Valley's teen supporting health equity for people with Down syndrome

  • Union Law Minister Arjun Ram Meghwal with Rajasthan Minister of Food and Civil Supplies Sumit Godara and BJP MLA Siddhi Kumari during the inauguration of Ayushman Arogya Mandir centre in Bikaner.

  • The unmitigated and unregulated use of toxic pesticides persists today. Data from the Union Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare shows about 60,000 tonnes of chemical pesticides were used annually between 2017-18 and 2021-22. Farmers are waging a multi-pronged war, forced to contend with new pests and diseases. For them, spraying more pesticides is a measure taken to “avoid the risk” of losing the crop. The European Commission sounded an alarm. The import of turmeric powder from India into the EU territories posed a ‘serious’ risk, it said. The notification came after residues of chlorpyrifos, a pesticide banned in several countries, were found in a sample tested in Germany. Chlorpyrifos was banned after scientific evidence found that…

  • Muay Thai students, Thais and foreigners Attend the ancient sacred ceremony The 16th World Wai Kru Muay Thai Ceremony will be held on March 17, 2024 at Wat Mahathat, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya Historical Park, Ayutthaya Province, thailand. which is away from Bangkok Go north for about 1 hour.

  • Veterinarians and cat volunteers sterilize stray cats in Bandung. In an event initiated by the Bandung City Government in collaboration with Let's Adopt Indonesia and The Brady Hunter Foundation, stray cats were sterilized to overcome the overpopulation of stray cats and rabies which attacks animals, especially stray cats.

  • 4-year old cancer patient Joshy Ford with parents Joshua and Vanessa seen in FAO Schwarz in New York. Visit is sponsored by Stop & Shop supermarkets. Joshy Ford and 10-year old Zoe Leroy are this year's ambassadors for Stop & Shop's Help Cure Childhood Cancer Campaign.

  • Lello Marangio attend book "Per favore non toccatemi i disabili"

  • Demonstration farmers in Acerra in the province of Naples.

  • Ber field day and technology interaction among farmers- Scientists, entrepreneurs, students and AICRP-AZF partners at ICAR-CIAH, Bikaner.

  • Hundreds of people gathered in the streets of Gijón to demand quality public healthcare.

  • 'Surya Kiran' aerobatic team of the Indian Air Force performs during an air show at Nal Air Force Station.

  • Seminar titled INTELLIGENZA ARTIFICIALE,SALUTE E CURA DEL CREATO promoted by the Catholic Press Union (Unione Stampa Cattolica) and the Order of Journalists of Campania (Ordine dei giornalisti della Campania) in collaboration with the Social Communications Office of the Diocese of Acerra (Ufficio comunicazioni sociali della diocesi di Acerra)

  • The President of the Iranian Red Crescent Society (IRCS), Pirhossein Kolivand speaks during a press conference in Tehran.

  • Initiative against violence against women in the province of Naples entitled La Scrittura Delle Donne.

  • A major ski resort town in northern India has had to cancel reservations en masse due to the lowest winter snowfall in years, prompting worries of climate change impacting the region. Resorts in Gulmarg, Kashmir, were unable to open their ski slopes as the valleys received the lowest snowfall in seven years, leaving the area with only small patches of snow on the ground.

  • Pilgrims take a holy dip amid dense fog at the confluence of River Ganges during 'Gangasagar Mela' on the occasion of the Hindu festival of Makar Sankranti in Kolkata.

  • At least 4 people killed on the fire only 2 nights before the national election of the People's Republic of Bangladesh. The Fire Brigade suspected that the fire was set by the opposition party. At least 2 people were severely injured and rushed to the hospital and the 4 dead bodies were brought to the Dhaka Medical College Morgue.

  • Dr. Muhammad Yunus has appeared in front of media personnel after he has been sentenced for six months and BDT. of 25,000 for violating labor law and granted one month bail by Dhaka Labor Court for a case filed by Department of Inspection for Factories and Establishments in Dhaka.

  • Thousands of people dressed in Santa Claus costumes (for adults) and Elves (for children), including trousers, belt, jacket, hat, and beard, are seen on Sunday, December 24, 2023, as they take part in the 12th Santa Charity Run on Paseo de Recoletos, in Madrid (Spain). The 5-kilometer route through the center of the Spanish capital aims to support the Red Cross and its Vocational Training for Youth at risk of social exclusion project. This project enables many young people to benefit from this training to develop their personal and professional skills with personalized and individualized support. For over 30 years, the Red Cross has provided training, guidance, counseling, and mediation to young people between the ages of 16 and 29 who lack…

  • Farmers helping hand to cultivate the farm land of their co-farmer in Sitio Kapihan, Brgy. N. Sering, Soccorro, Bukas Grande Surigao Del Norte. This activities they called it “hungos” which they helping each other on the farm activities without paying or labor of love or they called in Philippines “bayanihan” or volunteerism. The peaceful community of Sitio Kapihan lead by Mr. Jey Rence Buyser Quilairo under on their organization Soccorro Bayanihan Services Inc., which their aims are supporting each other as a big family. Sitio Kapihan is a community of 353 hectares of farm land and fishing ground facing the open sea of Pacific Ocean with more than 5,000 residences.

  • Over the past week, sky many areas in Bangkok's District, are dealing with is PM 2.5, small particulate matter, The Air Quality Data Center of Bangkok (BMA) December 17, 2023 reports the latest PM2.5 measurements between 12:00-14:00, ranging from 23.4 to 65.6 micrograms per cubic meter, Bangkok average 36.9 micrograms per cubic meter to affect health and respiratory systems.

  • Daily life in Kolkata.

  • National AIDS Control Organization, the premiere institution under Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of India has organized World AIDS Day campaign with members of LGBT communities at Kolkata on 1st December,2023 to mark the pivotal impact communities have had in shaping the HIV response, as well as global health at large, the theme of World AIDS Day 2023 is ‘Let communities lead’..

  • Nabin Nagar, a village on the India-Bangladesh Border, is poorly connected and isolated from the main town of Tehatta, India. So A Camp Was Set Up By The West Bengal State Government For Villagers To Distribute Medicine After Showing Aadhaar Cards Through A Medical Officer And With The Help Of Asha Workers Free Sugar-pressure Check-ups At Nabin Nagar Primary School. So On This Day, All The Poor Villagers From Elder To School Students Come To Nabin Nagar School For A Free Medical Checkup At Nabin Nagar, West Bengal.

  • Thousands of people dressed in Palestinian flags and banners with slogans against the genocide in Gaza, are seen on Saturday, November 18, 2023, while participating in a demonstration in solidarity with the Palestinian people, in Madrid (Spain). Almost 3,000 people, according to the Government Delegation, attended the demonstration called in Madrid by several organizations against the genocide in Gaza and the eviction of the Al-Shifa hospital, one of the most important in the region by the Palestinian authorities in response to an alleged forced evacuation order that the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) denies having issued, which has taken place completely normally and which started at noon in front of the Israeli embassy, on Velazquez Street,…

  • The Spanish flamenco and soul singer Pitingo (Huelva, 1980), is seen on stage on Wednesday, November 15, 2023, during a concert as part of his 'Souleria de ida y vuelta' tour, in the WiZink Center in Madrid (Spain). The artist puts the finishing touch to his 'Souleria de ida y vuelta' tour, a show in which flamenco and Latin rhythms converge, the entire profits of which will go to the Prodis Foundation, an institution that has been supporting people with intellectual disabilities for years in their labor and social insertion. Pitingo celebrates his 20th anniversary in music since he started with Enrique Morente. Two decades in which he has recorded seven albums, he has achieved many platinum and gold records, awarded such as the Ondas, The…

  • Hundreds of people dressed in Palestinian flags and banners, are seen on Sunday, November 12, 2023, while participating in a demonstration in solidarity with Palestine, in Madrid (Spain). Meanwhile, this weekend in different European cities thousands of people demonstrated in support of Palestine, to demand that Israel's bombing of the Gaza Strip that began on October 7 stop. The largest demonstration took place in the British capital, with more than 300,000 participants carrying Palestinian flags and posters asking to stop the bombings in the Strip. In Brussels, some 21,000 people, according to the Police, participated in the 'European March for Palestine', to ask the European Union and its member states to demand an immediate ceasefire in…

  • The government should take all possible policy measures to stop the deluge of diabetes. The number of diabetes patients in Pakistan was 63 lakh in 2011, which has increased to 330 lakh in 2021. In the speed at which diabetes is increasing, Pakistan has become the first in the world. More than 400,000 deaths per year in our country are due to diabetes or its complications, that is, more than 1100 people in Pakistan are dying due to diabetes every day. If immediate policy measures are not taken, the number of people suffering from diabetes will reach 6.2 million by 2045. This was said by Meereen Sehat while addressing the participants of a walk organized by Pakistan National Heart Association (PANAH) at National Press Club Islamabad on the occasion…