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Indian, African pioneers in TB control honoure 1.11.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Nov 1: Dr. L.S. Chauhan, a manager of India's National TB Control Programme, and Winstone Zulu, a TB/HIV activist from Zambia, have become the first winners of a prestigious international health prize to mark their contribution to improved tuberculosis control.
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Ignorance, poverty aiding HIV spread in Rajasthan: NGOs 1.11.2006 New Kerala: India News
Jaipur, Nov 1: Citing ignorance, poverty and the sexual incontinence of migrating unemployed youth of the state as major reasons for spread of HIV-AIDS in Rajasthan, several NGOs have sought strict measures to check the disease.
Amnesty honour for Nelson Mandela 1.11.2006 New Kerala: World News
Durban, Nov 1: Former South African President and the country's anti-apartheid movement icon Nelson Mandela was today honoured with the International Ambassador of Conscience Award by human rights watchdog Amnesty International for his role in the fight against HIV-AIDS.
Bihar govt to utilise beggars' talent for AIDS awareness 31.10.2006 The Navhind Times
Bihar govt to utilise beggars' talent for AIDS awareness
`Celebs make a difference' 31.10.2006 Hindu:Metro Plus: Bangalore
Chess master Viswanathan Anand and actor-director Revathi discuss their efforts to spread AIDS awareness
Eagle's Eye: Endorse and make money!  31.10.2006 Central Chronicle
Eagle's Eye: Endorse and make money! 
Govt rubbishes reports of HIV persons developing leprosy 31.10.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Oct 31 : The Centre on Tuesday rubbished reports that HIV infected persons in the country were developing leprosy due to Anti Retroviral Therapy (ART).
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No standardised tests to determine virus: Christie 31.10.2006 Deccan Herald
No standardised tests to determine virus: Christie
HLL launches two vaccines 31.10.2006 Hindu: National
NEW DELHI: Hindustan Latex Ltd (HLL), a mini-ratna company under the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, on Monday launched hepatitis-B and typhoid vaccines. HIVAC-B and TYFEX were launched by the Health and Family Welfare Secretary ...
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Classroom sessions on AIDS 31.10.2006 New Indian Express
Classroom sessions on AIDS
Bihar government to utilise beggars' talent for AIDS awareness 31.10.2006 New Indian Express
Bihar government to utilise beggars' talent for AIDS awareness
Sthree Vedi seeks comprehensive women's policy 31.10.2006 Hindu: Kerala
With focus on empowering women through better access to resources
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Malappuram to launch AIDS control scheme 31.10.2006 Hindu: Kerala
MALAPPURAM: Malappuram is the best place to experiment. Whether it is IT or health, any project can be successfully implemented in Malappuram. The district has proven it many a time. The success stories of projects such as Akshaya, Smart ...
Jahnavi calls for dignity 31.10.2006 The Assam Tribune
Jahnavi calls for dignity
Tackle AIDS humanely 31.10.2006 The Assam Tribune
Tackle AIDS humanely
Cong calls for action 31.10.2006 The Statesman
Cong calls for action
Miss Universe on AIDS awareness campaign in Chennai 31.10.2006 New Kerala: Tamil Nadu
Chennai, Oct 31 : Miss Universe Zuleyka Rivera, who is on a visit to India to create awareness about AIDS, visited Chennai on Tuesday.
Disease surveillance system very weak: Health Minister 31.10.2006 New Kerala: Tamil Nadu
Chennai, Oct 30: Acknowledging the disease surveillance system in the country was "very weak", Union Health Minister Anbumani Ramadoss today said the Centre's proposed Integrated Disease Surveillance Project (IDSP) was aimed at procuring information about any epidemic within five hours of its outbreak anywhere in the country.
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The India story: Slum and sensex 31.10.2006 Telegraph: Front Page
One can only have so much of a slum, unless one is living there. So don't blame beauty queen Zuleyka RiveraMendoza if she threw up today at Jehangirpuri in north Delhi.
ICC to have benefit matches for AIDS cause 31.10.2006 Business Standard
ICC to have benefit matches for AIDS cause
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