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Kolkata sex workers take out HIV/AIDS awareness march 1.12.2006 New Kerala: India News
Kolkata, Dec 1: Awareness about HIV/AIDS disease is gaining ground among the masses in the country. And, exemplifying this positive change was a procession taken out by thousands of sex workers in Kolkata on the eve of the World AIDS Day.
60 HIV positive cases in Sikkim 1.12.2006 New Kerala: India News
Gangtok, Nov 30: Sixty HIV positive cases have been reported in Sikkim, state AIDS Control Society Project Director R L Sharma said.
Around the City 1.12.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
Malleswaram Swabhimana Initiative has urged the Bangalore Mahanagara Palike administrator Dilip Rau to hold a public adalat to discuss the issue of Malleswaram grade separator. "We have shown them the sketches with the changes we have proposed to ...
In Bangalore Today 1.12.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
Bhajans: Sai Gitanjali, Sri Sathya Sai Seva Kshethra, 36, 21st Main, 8th Cross, J.P. Nagar, 2nd Phase, 6.30 p.m. Bhajans: Sharada Sevashrama, Soundharya Lahari Upasaana Sangha, Sri Vasavi Adhyayama Mandir, National ...
Candlelight procession 1.12.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
BANGALORE: Support, a project to care for HIV/AIDS positive persons launched by Sumanahalli Society, and Y's Men International, will organise a candlelight procession in the city on Friday to mark International AIDS Day, George Kannanthanam, ...
`Data on HIV, AIDS is not accurate' 1.12.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
MANGALORE: How accurate is official data provided by government agencies involved in monitoring and tackling human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) or acquired immuno deficiency syndrome (AIDS)? Is it ever possible to ever ascertain the exact number ...
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South Africa targets 50 pc drop in new HIV cases 1.12.2006 New Kerala: World News
Durban, Dec 1: South Africa today unveiled plans to reduce by fifty per cent the number of people affected by AIDS virus in the country, within five years, by enlisting NGOs, the business sector and members of the public in its fight against the pandemic.
'Drug holidays' increases death risk in HIV patients 1.12.2006 New Kerala: World News
New York, Nov 1: People with HIV infection who take breaks in antiretroviral (ARV) drug treatment face greater risk of infection and heart disease compared to those who take their medicine regularly, according to a new study in the New England Journal of Medicine.
In Nepal, 19 per cent HIV infected are housewives 1.12.2006 New Kerala: World News
Kathmandu, Dec 1: Women constitute about 22 per cent of all HIV-positive people in Nepal with 19 per cent of them being housewives, according to a report released here on the occasion of World AIDS day today.
Cherie lauds work of NGOs to help AIDS victims in India 1.12.2006 New Kerala: World News
London, Dec 1: Cherie Blair, wife of British Prime Minister Tony Blair, has lauded efforts of voluntary organizations in their fight against AIDS disease in India and several countries in Africa.
International donors should contribute USD 4 bn to help needy: United Nations 1.12.2006 New Kerala: World News
Dharam Shourie, United Nations, Dec 1: The United Nations has urged international donors to provide about four billion dollars next year to enable the world body and other humanitarian bodies provide assistance to about 27 million people stuggling for life in 29 countries.
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'Prevention, cultural changes must lead AIDS battle' 1.12.2006 New Kerala: World News
Washington, Dec 1: Treating the millions of sufferers of HIV and AIDS may be the subject of science and medicine, but preventing the spread of this deadly disease cannot be done without changing the cultural norms that drive it.
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AIDS costs million jobs a year: ILO 1.12.2006 New Kerala: World News
Geneva, Dec 1: HIV/AIDS has cut the creation of jobs by a million annually in the worst hit countries, said an Independent Labour Organisation (ILO) report published Friday.
Anti-AIDS drive should be more accountable: WHO Chief 1.12.2006 New Kerala: World News
Geneva, Dec 1: Dr Anders Nordström, Acting Director-General, WHO in his World AIDS Day message today said that all affected patients should come together to prevent the spread of the deadly disease in a balanced manner.
NRI fights for HIV child who was refused treatment 1.12.2006 India E-News: Asia
A seven-year-old HIV-infected child, who was allegedly refused treatment by doctors at premier state-run Kolkata hospitals, now has a well-known US-based Indian crusader against medical negligence to support him.
Network for Positive People to open office 30.11.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
COIMBATORE: The Coimbatore Network for Positive People (CNP+) will inaugurate a new office opposite the Coimbatore Medical College Hospital on December 1. The office will also function as an Anti Retroviral Therapy (ART) unit, said M.Somesh, ...
'Anti-gay law wrong, spurs AIDS' 30.11.2006 CNN-IBN: India
UNAIDS country chief Denis Broun says "puritan" colonial law that bans homosexuality is against human rights.
Clinton, Sonia launch paediatric AIDS initiative 30.11.2006 India eNews: Top Headlines
Nearly 10,000 HIV/AIDS-affected children across the country are likely to benefit from the National Paediatric HIV/AIDS Initiative launched here Thursday by ruling United Progressive Alliance (UPA) chair Sonia Gandhi and former US president Bill Clinton.
Unsafe sex, infected transfusion spreading AIDS in Madhya Pradesh 30.11.2006 India eNews: Top Headlines
Unsafe sex and transfusion of HIV-infected blood could push Madhya Pradesh from a low-AIDS prevalence state to moderate category, fear health experts.
Global AIDS epidemic continues to grow: WHO 30.11.2006 India eNews: Top Headlines
Despite progress being made in many countries in tackling HIV/AIDS, the global epidemic continues to grow, latest figures published by UNAIDS and the World Health Organization (WHO) show.
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