MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS
Infosys says not aware of any fresh lawsuit
"The company is aware of several media stories referencing an additional securities class action lawsuit against Infosys. The company is not aware of any additional complaints, other than the initial complaint, which was disclosed on October 24, 2019," Infosys said in a regulatory filing.
Is it mania or depression? This AI-backed app can diagnose mental health problems
The app also gives them a series of touch-and-swipe motor s...
Deepika Padukone-backed mental health foundation gets 'Breaking the Chains of Stigma' Award, $50K cash prize
The foundation won for addressin...
Missteps, depression & suicide: Sabyasachi Mukherjee opens up about the demons he has faced
Sabyasachi compares depression to the common cold, calling it a natural occurrence.
Kohli cheers Maxwell for acknowledging mental health issues, recalls his struggle during 2014 England tour
Kohli said he can understand that things must have reached a tipping point for Maxwell.
Everything’s not OK? That’s Fine
The dark side of Indian men’s cricket is susceptible to mental health issues and a host of reasons still prevents any talk about them. But with a vast number of boys playing cricket under intense competition, it is imperative a system is put in place to encourage open discussion on such issues.
‘I was afraid to go to a psychiatrist’: Virat Kohli, Abhinav Bindra & other sport stars who opened up about mental health
Here is what Indian sports stars have said about mental health challenges
Mental health in India: 7.5% of country affected; less than 4,000 experts available
By next year, roughly 20 per cent of India will suffer from some form of mental illness.
Play, cook, exercise, repeat: Padma Lakshmi tweets pro tips for mental well-being
Padma Lakshmi has been open about her battles with health issues over the years.
Glenn Maxwell, Jimmy Neesham, Monty Panesar: Cricketers who put mental health first
Australia’s Maxwell is taking a short break from cricket to focus on his mental health.
Batting for a good cause: Sachin Tendulkar raises awareness for brain development in Nepal
UNICEF ambassador Sachin Tendulkar raised awareness for 'Bat for Brain Development' campaign.
Experiencing bloating, fatigue, fever? These could be early signs of cancer
Dr Sharmin Yaqin says early detection is an important factor to reduce the instance of mortality from cancer.
Feeling fatigued, struggling to wake up for work? Long shifts, inadequate pay causing depression amongst millennials
India has become the hub of 'cheap labour' for most of the employers across the globe.
Be proud of yourself: Narcissistic people less likely to deal with depression
Individuals high on the spectrum of dark traits, such as narcissism, engage in risky behaviour.
Believe govt is aware of telcos' stress; wants to see 3 pvt, 1 public sector player: Vodafone Idea CEO
In a post-earnings investor call, Vodafone Idea CEO Ravinder Takkar said the company has been engaging "very positively" with the govt and that its discussions on telecom stress began even before the AGR ruling was pronounced by SC. The SC, last month, ruled in favour of the govt and directed telecom cos, including Voda Idea, to pay dues as demanded by the DoT.
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