Exit screening for Ebola better than entry screening, says ‘Lancet’

Exit screening for Ebola better than entry screening, says ‘Lancet’

A ‘Lancet’ study has estimated the number of infected passengers who would fly out of Ebola-hit countries if there were no exit screening
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FAO says small farms key to removing hunger

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Study looks into why West Bengal’s trade unions are now weaker

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Office space leasing up 31% in July-September at about 8 million sq ft

Absorption of office space stood at around 6 million sq ft during the same period last year in the seven major cities of the country
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