New Delhi Archive

Over 100 stakeholders converge at New Delhi to deliberate on solar energy roadmap

  New Delhi:  Over 100 stakeholders in the solar segment came together in New Delhi to deliberate on India’s renewable energy roadmap. The meet organized by Su-Kam, a leading company in power back- up and solar solutions, at Hyatt Regency, New Delhi, also showcased latest technologies in the solar segment catering to the households.  The

New Delhi to host 7th Delhi International Jazz Festival

  New Delhi, 16th September: The city of New Delhi is set to host the 7th Delhi Jazz International Festival at Nehru Park, Chanakyapuri from 23rd – 25th September 2017.   The three-day gala festival to be organized by Indian Council for Cultural Relations will witness the convergence of top music artists from countries such as France, Israel, Korea, Mexico, Spain, Taiwan, South Africa

Intense workout can cause infertility – Dr. Arvind Vaid, IVF expert, Indira IVF Hospital, New Delhi 

As per the study published in the journal ’Fertility and sterility’ revealed that in normal weight women, too much strenuous exercise could cause delays in conception. And it found that depending on your current BMI, exercise can impact your fertility in different ways. Women exercising for a long duration can also affect their estrogen levels. In normal-weight women,

Flavours of India @  Radission Blu Paschim Vihar, New Delhi

Tantalize your taste buds on 70th Independence Day with “Flavours of India” from aromatic Amratsari Chole of north to delicious Sambhar Dosa of South, from mouth watering Dhoklas of west to sweet Rasgulla of East at Level 2, Radisson Blu Paschim Vihar, New Delhi. The culinary Showcase of  four cuisines, South Indian, East Indian, North

Kajaria Ceramics unveils largest state-of-the-art Galaxy store in New Delhi

-Latest showroom to offer all specialized product ranges from the brand Delhi, August 9, 2017: Kajaria Ceramics, India’s No.1 and world’s 9th largest manufacturer of ceramic and vitrified tiles today opened its largest state-of-art galaxy store at Chhatarpur, Delhi. Through this luxurious store, Kajaria looks at building a first preference brand for people looking for tiles,

Bed Rest after embryo transfer during IVF cycle has negative outcome​ – ​Dr. Sagarika Aggarwal, IVF expert

Bed Rest after embryo transfer during IVF cycle has negative outcome​ – ​Dr. Sagarika Aggarwal, IVF expert, Indira IVF Hospital, New Delhi New Delhi: One of the most common myths among couples undergoing IVF treatment is the fear of embryo falling off the track after being implanted in the uterus, if women do not undergo bed rest.  It is hence mandate to correct and address

Increasing trend of IVF in India

In recent years the prevalence of couples unable to conceive has increased drastically and over 20% of the married couples account for it. Not only is there a decline in female fertility, but a reduction in male fertility has been on a rise. Of the total couples seeking fertility treatment, around half of the issue

Cervical cancer- Now it’s curable: Dr. Shruti Bhatia, Sr. Consultant, Gynae Oncology, Action Cancer Hospital, New Delhi

Every year in India, approximately 123000 new cases of cervical cancer are diagnosed and 68000 women die from this deadly disease. Maximum numbers of cases occur in rural areas as compared to urban areas because of lack of awareness, knowledge and facilities to diagnose. Fortunately the incidence is decreasing but unfortunately it is still one

Sri M’s book ‘The Journey Continues’ launched in New Delhi

This work is a sequel to his best selling autobiography Apprenticed to the Himalayan Master’ New Delhi: An overflowing hall, packed through the aisles, clapped and cheered as Dr. Karan Singh, Member of Parliament, Rajya Sabha unveiled “The Journey Continues”, the eagerly awaited sequel to author and spiritual guide Sri M’s autobiography at the India

IVF and Other Assisted Reproductive Technique Babies Are As Intelligent As Naturally Conceived Ones  – Dr. Sagarika Aggarwal, IVF expert, Indira IVF Hospital, New Delhi 

Since the birth of first IVF child Louise Brown in England approximately 40 years ago, an estimated 5 million children have been born worldwide through IVF and other related assisted reproductive technology (ART) procedures. Although many previous studies suggested that IVF and ART can harm a child’s cognitive ability, now the myth has been busted as