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Dec 52019
Track and field athletes led India’s gold rush on the third day of competitions in the 13th South Asian Games as the country added 29 more medals on Wednesday.
Worsening heatwaves are taking a heavier toll on rich as well as poor countries, according to an annual ranking that measures the damage done by extreme weather to human life and economies. The Global Climate Risk Index, published on Wednesday by environmental think-tank Germanwatch, rated Japan as the most-affected country in 2018, while Germany was in the third position. Both of the industrialised nations were hit hard by heatwaves and drought that year, as was India in the fifth position which suffered water shortages, crop failures and worst flooding, Germanwatch said in a report.
Medical reimbursement for inpatient treatment will now be available at only select private Ayurveda hospitals in the State in view of the modified guidelines of the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI). The guidelines issued on November 26 said that the reimbursement facility at hospitals in the Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, Sowa Rigpa and Homoeopathy (AYUSH) sectors is subject to the certification by the National Accreditation Board for Hospitals and Healthcare providers (NABH).
The State Institute for Animal Diseases (SIAD), Palode, has been adjudged the third-best centre in the country collaborating in a flagship project of the Indian Council for Agricultural Research (ICAR). SIAD has stood third among 31 collaborating centres for ICAR’s All India Coordinated Research Project on Animal Disease Monitoring and Surveillance for 2018-19. Technical activities undertaken by SIAD include animal disease diagnosis, disease forecasting and reporting, outbreak investigation, pathogen characterisation and maintenance of National Livestock Serum Repository.
The second phase of the Revive Vellayani project got underway on Wednesday. The Indian Navy has come forward to support the rejuvenation of the second largest freshwater lake in the State in connection with the Navy Day celebrations. The lake is under threat from solid waste, uncontrolled growth of weeds, and encroachments. Minister for Tourism Kadakampally Surendran inaugurated the project, being spearheaded by Swasthi Foundation and supported by the State government.
The Virtual autopsy will be carried out in India within six months without tearing the dead body. Health Minister Harsh Vardhan told the Rajya Sabha that the first phase will be realised in Delhi AIIMS. With this, India will be the first country in the Southeast Asian region to implement virtual autopsy.
The world is very aware of the great threat posed to plastic and natural ecosystems today. But now there is a situation where using plastic is not possible. Researchers around the world are trying to find a replacement material for plastic. Researchers at the University of New South Wales in Australia have made such a discovery.
A rare painting by renowned French painter Paul Gauguin has been sold at auction for 9 9.5 million (more than Rs 75 crore). The Tea Bourao II, or Tree Painting, was twice the amount expected to be auctioned. The painting was completed in 1897 by Gauguin.
Ganesham Surya Nataka Kalari hosts "Moksha" A Mohiniyattom Festival by Sneha Ajith who portrays Droupadi, Devika Thulasi as Bheema, and Sreelakshmi, Krishna R Nath, Anjali Anju, Jyothisree Padmanabhan are the other artists on stage.
RoboChef, the fully automated kitchen capable of cooking 600+ traditional dishes right on-spot. With its modern, innovative features, and a user-friendly operating process, RoboChef is ready to break into the cooking market of India. In today’s busy world, no one has the time for the trivial, everyday tasks like cleaning, driving/commuting or especially cooking. As everyone is busy chasing their dreams and fulfilling their aspirations, they forget that the most important part of the day is the time you spend eating.
KUNJEE NINAKAI, a three-day workshop launched by the Kerala Police to educate the community on the increasing sexual violence against children and to raise awareness of the Poxo Act, aimed at protecting children from sexual exploitation, has started. Idukki District Police Chief T. Narayanan inaugurated the workshop at Thodupuzha Municipal Ground. The district police chief said the plan was designed to provide a safe and comfortable living environment for children.

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