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Kerala nurses for Maldives hospitals

Nurses from Kerala will soon head for the Maldives to care for patients in hospitals there. // Around 250 nurses from Kerala are to leave for the Maldives courtesy the state-run Overseas Development & Employment Promotion Consultants (ODEPC). 'The first batch of 28 nurses would fly to th...

Bio-Rad Gets Life Science Industry Awards – 200

... Chennai, Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore and Hyderabad. The company’s operations in the neighbouring countries of Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan and maldives are also coordinated from the Bio-Rad India. For any queries please contact Marketing Manager Bio-Rad Laboratories To learn more about th...

Minister Flays Mission After Indian’s Death in Maldive

...e. His rebuke came in response to the death of a Kerala man who died in the maldives due to meningitis. Overseas Indian Affairs Minister Vayalar Ravi Tues... inaction should not lead to such tragedies." Sumesh, who went to the maldives in May 2006, was suffering from meningitis and was in hospital for more tha...

India Stands Eighth Among South Asian Countries in Infant Mortality Rates

...n care and community outreach. Topping the chart for taking initiatives to protect the lives of young ones was Sri Lanka followed by Bangladesh, maldives and Pakistan. Nepal is at the fifth position in the list. According to the report, more than 1.4 million babies are estimated to die in South A...

Maldives Volleyball Team Members Affected by Chickenpox

... maldives men's volleyball team lost to Chinese Taipei (Taiw...(AVC) said in a statement. "Five players of maldives have showed symptoms of chicken pox. The disease s...es' Village," said Wongprasert. "We informed maldives Monday to take other players to the hospital to ha...
Maldives in Biological News

Climate change could drive vast human migrations

...r this century-- would inundate nearly half the Mekong's 3 million hectares (7.5 million acres) of farmland. Some Pacific island nations including the maldives (pop. 300,000) are already considering prospects for total relocation. Ongoing melting of alpine glaciers in the Himalayas will devastate the heav...

University of Miami scientist uncovers miscalculation in geological undersea record

...dings of the National Academy of Sciences . This paper examines changes over the past 10 million years at sites off the Bahamas (Atlantic Ocean), the maldives (Indian Ocean), and Great Barrier Reef (Pacific Ocean). The variations in the 13C/12C ratio are synchronous at all of the sites studied, but are unre...

Scripps scientists will assess Beijing Olympics air pollution control efforts

...elatively low cost. The scientists conducted their first successful experiment using AUAV data in the skies over the Indian Ocean during the 2005-2006 maldives AUAV Campaign. Currently the Scripps researchers are also using the aircraft in the California AUAV Air Pollution Profiling Study, a nine-month-long s...

Unmanned aircraft to study Southern California smog and its consequences

...ion. Ramanathans team revolutionized the gathering of atmospheric data in 2006 when the researchers first successfully deployed the aircraft in the maldives AUAV Campaign (MAC). Miniaturized instruments on the aircraft, which typically flew in formations of three, measured a range of properties such as the...

New study predicts where corals can thrive

...ry stressful environments for corals and that half of its marine parks with the strictest regulations are found within these harsh areas. Areas of the maldives and the Seychelles fall in the middle of the most severe conditions; these include some of the best coral reef parks and diving spots. In an area east...

Tsunami + 1 year: Reviving exhausted fisheries should trump replacing boats, gear, experts say

...on to Indonesia, the country closest to the underwater earthquake epicenter, the tsunami disrupted lives in many countries, including Thailand, India, maldives and Sri Lanka. Officials estimate the total repair cost throughout the affected area at $5.8 billion, while a total of $4.4 billion has been commi...
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