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Dengue fever claims another life in Chandigarh

Chandigarh:  A 22 year old man died in Chandigarh  today of dengue. Young man (Anil) was a resident of sector 42, Chandigarh. He was hospitalised for past 2 days in PGI. The number of dengue death cases in the city has touched 24.

Number of dengue cases rises in Amritsar

Amritsar: The number of new dengue cases in Amritsar  has risen with  12 cases from past two days.The health officials visited infected areas, such as Hathi Gate, Lohgarh, Khot Khalsa, Dhab Khatian and other areas. The department has also sought help from the municipal corporation and MC commissioner Sonali Giri has assured of action.The health

Dengue fever patients on the rise in and around city

Ludhiana: The patients suffering from Dengue fever are increasing with every passing day in Ludhiana District. The number of these patients has risen to 44. As on Thursday, nine patients from different parts of the district have been tested positive, according to district health officials. Of the total nine patients, four patients belong to Sahnewal

Two new dengue cases reported

Chandigarh: Two fresh cases of dengue have been reported in the city on Thursday thus taking the tally to 20 so far. These two cases were confirmed after the weekly test report was received by the department. Earlier, 18 cases were reported in Government as well as private hospitals. Meanwhile, the Malaria wing of UT

Take preventive steps to control dengue: HC

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court on Tuesday directed all civic agencies of the national capital to take preventive steps to control dengue.A division bench of Chief Justice G. Rohini and Sangita Dhingra Sehgal issued notice to the Delhi government and all the civic agencies of the city and asked them to file their response

18 dengue cases reported in city so far

Chandigarh: With an aim to spread awareness on dengue and malaria among city residents, the Malaria wing of UT Health Department is holding various preparatory activities. According to an official from Health Department in coming days department will be strengthening door- to- door surveillance of dengue prone areas in city and will issue challans to

First-ever ‘Dengue Free’ App launched

  Mohali: Punjab government has launched the first-of-its-kind ‘Dengue Free’ mobile application in the state. Officially launching the application during a meeting of the Civil Surgeons and SMOs all over the state, Health and Family Welfare Minister Surjeet Kumar Jayani said that the main aim of launching this hi tech mobile app was a step ahead

Mayor advises school students to adopt preventive measures from Dengue & Malaria

Ludhiana: An awareness rally was taken out by students of Bharti Bal Vidya Mandir Senior Secondary School in Gandhi Nagar area on Friday, to create awareness among the masses about the preventive measures against dengue and malaria. Mayor Harcharan Singh Gohalwaria along with MCL officials also participated in the rally. Speaking on the occasion, Mayor advised

Students can play active role to curb malaria dengue: DSW

Students can play an active role to curb malaria and dengue states DSW Women Prof Nandita Singh, In this wake a lecture- cum -workshop on dengue and malaria awareness at PU Senate Hall was hosted by Panjab University, Chandigarh on Thursday. The workshop was co-organised by PU and UT Health Department. Anti Malaria Officer at

MCL officials pull up socks to tackle dengue menace during monsoon

Ludhiana: In order to check spread of dengue during monsoon, the Municipal Corporation officials have pulled up their socks and teams have been formed to conduct checking. Also government has issued instructions to the officials so that people could be prevented from dengue disease. The officials have been told to declare Friday as dry day