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Organic Farms Provide a Clue for India's Struggling Farms

... pigs, and sells his products to five-star hotels, expatriates and wealthy Indians, garnering strong weekly sales worth around 2,500 dollars. -- Agriculture sector will be 'the next big thing' -- Another more recent start-up, Heritage Health Food, delivers boxed organic food grown on 80 acres of leased land....

Hong Kong Choked by Growing Pollution Problem

..."A year ago people were still telling me that only expatriates in Hong Kong cared about pollution and its impact on the city's health and economic potential. I don't hear that any more."...

Kerala Seeks Expatriates' Help for Its Hospitals

Kerala Saturday urged expatriates from the state to donate hospital equipment for its poorly// maintained primary health centers. "We require a lot of hospital equipment and look forward to help from the large number of Keralites settled abroad towards donating equipment for gover...

Dubai to commence free breast cancer screening

...ll enable all women in the emirate, UAE nationals, expatriates and visitors, to avail timely screening to detect early signs of breast cancer, which is absolutely essential to achieve better treatment outcomes. Dr Hajer Al Hosani, Director of the Maternal and Child Health Department under the Ministry of Heal...

UAE Reports lowest number of AIDS cases

...ase especially in view of the large communities of expatriates from endemic countries in the UAE. The AIDS control program was initiated in response to the increasing awareness of policy-makers of the growing health, development and social-economic crises of Aids and its main objective is stated to be the prev...

Health Insurance for Low-Income Expats in UAE

... less than 1,000 people. More than half a million expatriates are expected to benefit from the scheme. (Source:PTI )...

Indian Training Company To Train Children In Dubai, Sharjah

...targeted Indian children and also local people and expatriates from the US, Sri Lanka, Iran, Pakistan, Palestine and China. --Edited IANS...

Fraudulent Foreign Doctors Practising In Cambodia

... with international standards and was also used by expatriates and Cambodian nationals. She was taken a fair chance to explain her part before she is convicted. A journalist tipped the Health Ministry authorities who investigated the clinic. The journalist said that her daughter was grossly misdiagnosed by bo...

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