Health

Japan’s Scandal-Hit Kobayashi Pharma Withdraws 2024 Earnings Forecasts

TOKYO, May 11 (NNN-NHK) – Japanese drug-maker, Kobayashi Pharmaceutical, yesterday withdrew its consolidated earnings forecasts, for the business year to…

Int’l Exhibitions On Clinical Equipment, Medical Tourism, Services Got Underway In Bangladesh

DHAKA, May 11 (NNN-BSS) – A total of four international exhibitions on clinical equipment, medical tourism and services, kicked off…

Japan Bread-maker Recalls Product Over Rat Body Parts

TOKYO, May 9 (NNN-NHK) – Japanese bread manufacturer, Pasco Shikishima Corp. yesterday voluntarily recalled about 104,000 packets, from its Chojuku…

India’s Rajasthan In Grip Of Extreme Heat

NEW DELHI, May 9 (NNN-PTI) – Several places in India’s western state of Rajasthan are in the grip of extreme…

40 Million Filipinos Have No Access To Potable Water: Gov’t

MANILA, May 8 (NNN-PNA) – At least 40 million people in the Philippines have no access to fresh or potable…

Singapore Reports Decline In Weekly Dengue Cases

SINGAPORE, May 7 (NNN-XINHUA) – Singapore registered 249 new dengue cases from Apr 28 to May 4, bringing the total…

New Evidence Further Proves Crimes Of Japanese Germ Warfare Unit

HARBIN, May 5 (NNN-XINHUA) – A document containing detailed information about military personnel from Unit 731, a Japanese germ warfare…

31 Children Injured In Mini-Truck Crash In Kyrgyzstan

BISHKEK, May 3 (NNN-KNA) – Up to 31 children were injured, after a mini-truck crashed into a group of students,…

Educational Institutions In India’s Kerala Closed Amid Heat Wave

NEW DELHI, May 3 (NNN-PTI) – The local government of southern Indian state of Kerala, yesterday, ordered the closure of…

Bangladesh Reiterates Commitment To Peaceful Use Of Nuclear Power

DHAKA, May 1 (NNN-BSS) – Bangladeshi Foreign Minister, Hasan Mahmud, has reiterated the country’s commitment to non-proliferation and peaceful use…