School Food Poisoning: A Major Issue in India

Step by Step school in Noida is the latest establishment to come in the news owing to the food poisoning of around 50 students after their mid day lunch. The students complained of stomach ache and some even started vomiting in the campus. 11 of these students were treated at 3 private hospitals in Noida and Delhi while the rest of the affected students were taken home by their parents. So, the big question here is what happened and despite similar tragedies taking place every now and then, why such tragedies are not prevented?

Step by Step School’s 50 Children Fall ill after Consuming Breakfast

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Around 50 students of Step by Step School in Noida sector 132 fell ill due to suspected food poisoning on Thursday and seven of them had to be hospitalized. The students fell ill after consuming a breakfast of parantha and lassi in the school canteen according to Sanjay Sharma, food inspector for Gautam Budh Nagar’s food department.

Sterling Media became the Official Global PR and Communications Partner for the Commonwealth Business Forum 2018

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Sterling Media

Sterling Media, a renowned award-winning, global, strategic communication consultancy acted as the Official Global PR and Communications Partner for the Commonwealth Business Forum 2018 which was held from 16th to 18th April, 2018 in London.

Sterling Media is an award-winning, global, strategic communication consultancy, founded in 1995 with a mission to drive innovation by bringing brands closer to their purpose in more meaningful ways. They represent corporates, small businesses, consumer brands, charities, celebrities, countries, governments, not for profits, global thought leaders, innovators and disruptors, and major organisations such as the United Nations across several industry sectors.

Vyapam Case: CBI Files Chargesheet against Former State Minister and 94 Others

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The CBI today filed a chargesheet against former Madhya Pradesh minister Laxmikant Sharma, his OSD (Officer On Special Duty) and 93 others for alleged irregularities in the recruitment of contractual teachers through Vyapam in 2011, officials said.

Besides Mr Sharma and his then OSD O P Shukla, the chargesheet, filed in a special court in Bhopal, also named Pankaj Trivedi (cousin brother of Sudhanshu Trivedi who is the present BJP spokesperson), the then controller of examinations at Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board also known as Vyapam; the then principal system analyst in Vyapam Nitin Mohindra, two other officials, six middlemen and 83 candidates, they said.