By Vivek K. Mobile: 09920183006 Email:email@example.com
Monsoon season is the time to watch out for various infectious diseases due to unhygienic conditions all around us. Unrelenting rains bring along a host of water-borne diseases. Early diagnosis and treatment is important to protect your loved ones against complications arising from the most common monsoon diseases. Often symptoms of these diseases can be confusing and hence it is important to accurately diagnose the cause of the underlying condition.
In 2017, between August 1 and 15th the BMC reported 558 cases of Malaria and over 49 cases of Dengue. The report submitted by the civic health department stated that 21 cases of dengue, 5 cases of leptospirosis, 356 cases of Malaria, 94 cases of hepatitis and 779 gastroenteritis were reported in civic hospitals in June 2018.
As monsoons seem to intensify in different parts of the country, the spike in the disease may go up. This monsoon season, Metropolis Healthcare Ltd launches a patient care initiative called Fever Fighters Campaign, which is a 24X7 service for the benefit of the patients. Patients can avail this facility by ordering home visits for their testing requirement at any time in the day or night. Metropolis will deliver pathology reports within 6 hours of sample collection. Furthermore, packages are subsidized and tests have been combined to give a holistic report to ensure that patients are able to begin their treatment in time. Read more
By K Ashwin Mobile: 09920183006 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
FOX Sports Asia has entered into a brand new one-year exclusive multimedia and broadcastrights agreement for the second season of Super Fight League, the world’s first mixed martial arts tournament, promoted by British businessman and sports enthusiast Bill Dosanjh and British professional boxer Amir Khan on their television and digital platforms in Asia.
Promising reach in more than 500 million homes by broadcasting action pack content, the licensed territories include Brunei, Cambodia, China, East Timor, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, Singapore, Philippines, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam . Earlier this year, SFL came to one-year agreement on a broadcasting deal with MTV, Viacom 18 in India to broadcast all matches for season 2 (till 2019)
Having garnered over a whopping 100 million views in 5 years for 67 live televised events, Super Fight League is ranked as the third biggest Mixed Martial Arts brand in the world and second most watched sport in India after cricket apart from being the fastest growing combat sport.The franchise-based league that is being organized in association with the All-India Martial Arts Association (AIMMAA) will entail prize money of INR 4 crores as well as 96 players and 8 teams as listed below –
Bill Dosanjh, CEO & Founder of Super Fight League stated, “We are excited to be partnering with FOX Networks Group, the leading multi-platform entertainment group across the world. This association will further capitalize on our long term vision of taking SFL to different markets. In the next 3 years we would like to take SFL to the Asian markets where MMA is more popular than a sport like cricket and comes second after soccer. The opportunity to have our premier content available in over 500 million homes will immediately accelerate the growth of the SFL brand and the sport of MMA across the region. The emergence of young Indian mixed martial artists coupled with FOX’s marketing muscle and distribution, will allow us to expand our event output beyond India and into the rest of the world in the coming years.” Read more