Items filtered by date: Thursday, 30 March 2017

Tackling Global Health Care: Tips for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

  • Published in World

NEW YORK - Imagine a vaccine vial with a temperature-sensitive label that changes colors when exposed to excessive heat.

That's the sort of technology that can make a huge difference for doctors working in challenging conditions, allowing them to determine at-a-glance whether heat-sensitive vaccines are viable.


Meningitis Outbreak Kills 269 in Nigeria

  • Published in World

ABUJA, NIGERIA - Meningitis has killed 269 people in Nigeria in recent weeks, the country's Center for Disease Control said, as Africa's most populous country and aid organizations try to tackle the surge in infections.


“According to Mathew”

The Catholic Church wishes to inform the general public, especially our Catholic faithful, that the above mentioned film which will be shortly screened in Sri Lanka, does not refer in any way to a Catholic Priest.


Samaraweera’s contribution to Bangladesh cricket

  • Published in Sports

The contest for the Observer-Mobitel Most Popular Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year is turning out to be a keen tussle for supremacy. With the month of March, better known as the big match month among schoolboys, coming to an end, last few weeks of voting for the Observer-Mobitel Most Popular Schoolboy Cricketer of the Year titles, will attract greater attention.

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