Poor infrastructure in public health has always been the single most important factor behind the poor performance of India's public health management system.
Reports has emerged that 30 kids have died in 48 hours at a hospital in Yogi Adityanath's hometown Gorakhpur due to lack of Oxygen supply to the patients. It is utter saddening to note that while AIIMS after AIIMS are being planned to be set up in our cities and towns, the reality on ground with regards to implementation are in stark contrast.
In search of a hook up that might well save his species, the world's last male northern white rhino has taken to dating app Tinder.
"I don't mean to be too forward, but the fate of my species literally depends on me," reads Sudan's profile.
Sudan is world's last male northern white rhino. Lives in Kenya with armed guards keeping him under surveillance 24x7.
The Ol Pejeta Conservancy, in charge of Sudan's care, hope to raise funds for one final attempt to save the imperiled species. No spring chicken, 43-year-old Sudan has failed to successfully mate with the two female northern white rhinos left, and the conservancy is seeking funding for in-vitro fertilization (IVF).
Tinder users who swipe right will be directed to a site where the public can donate to help Sudan on his mission to go forth and multiply.
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FedEx, the world's first overnight delivery company, delivers more than 1.2 billion packages every year in over 220 countries.
However in its early days, it was marred with debts, losses and was on the brink of bankruptcy.
In 1971, Fred Smith founded the company with $4 million of inheritance and $80 million in loans and equity investments.
FedEx started out with eight planes, covering 35 cities, and it had plans to add more each month.
But in the first two years, primarily due to rising fuel costs, the company found itself millions of dollars in debt and on the brink of bankruptcy. Even worse, Smith's vital pitch for funding to the General Dynamics board was rejected.
FedEx's funds dwindled to just $5,000 and Smith realized that he didn't have enough to fuel the planes.
So next ? One just doesn't let things die down this easy, no matter what!
Smith impulsively flew to Las Vegas and played blackjack with the last of the company money .
Amazingly, when he came back the next week, he had turned the remaining $5,000 into $27,000 - just enough for the company to stay in operation for another week.
Rest as they say..... is history.
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