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Pune international marathon from Nov 26 3.11.2006 New Kerala: Maharashtra
Pune, Nov 2: International runners from 16 countries would participate in the Pune International Marathon, to be held on November 26.
Scientists see glimmer of an AIDS vaccine 3.11.2006 The Indian Express -- Front Page
Scientists say they have captured a snapshot of an immune system structure that could help them design a drug to boost the body's defences against the AIDS virus.
Social expectations stone-walling condom use among world's youth 3.11.2006 New Kerala: World News
London, Nov 3: A new review of qualitative studies on the sexual behaviour of under-25-year-olds has revealed the reason why AIDS campaigners around the world, despite enormous efforts, are finding little success in promoting safe sex among the youth.
A get-together with a difference 2.11.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
For people living with HIV/AIDS The participants will treasure it forever
A unique get-together 2.11.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
For people living with HIV/AIDS The participants will treasure it forever
Indian pioneer in TB control wins UN health prize 2.11.2006 Rediff: News
The Kochon Foundation was set up in 1973 by the late Chong-Kun Lee, chairman of the Chong Kun Dang Pharmaceutical Corp., one of the first TB drug manufacturers in South Korea.
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Miss Universe arriving today 2.11.2006 The Navhind Times
Miss Universe arriving today
Mhadei: Goa to file contempt plea against Karnataka 2.11.2006 The Navhind Times
Mhadei: Goa to file contempt plea against Karnataka
Orissa sets new blood donation record 2.11.2006 New Kerala: India News
Bhubaneswar, Nov 2: A blood donation drive jointly launched by the Orissa Red Cross Society and the organisation, Ama Odisha has set a new record in the state for blood donations on a single day.
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Faulty test kits spreading HIV in India 2.11.2006 Express India-- Front Page
Faulty blood-testing kits for HIV and hepatitis may have been fraudulently sold to government clinics across India, possibly resulting in people receiving transfusions of infected blood, officials said.
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A healthy diet to fight night-shift blues 2.11.2006 New Indian Express
A healthy diet to fight night-shift blues
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AIDS awareness: CII plans marathon 2.11.2006 New Indian Express
AIDS awareness: CII plans marathon
Faulty test kits spreading HIV in India 2.11.2006 New Indian Express
Faulty test kits spreading HIV in India
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Amnesty award given to Nelson Mandela 2.11.2006 New Indian Express
Amnesty award given to Nelson Mandela
Mamata blames CM for kit racket 2.11.2006 The Statesman
Mamata blames CM for kit racket
Mamata blames CM for kit racket 2.11.2006 The Statesman
Mamata blames CM for kit racket
Briefly 2.11.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
A 45-year-old man, Syed Gouse, had a fatal fall from a tamarind tree in his native village Kalyani under Yellareddy police station limits on Wednesday morning, according to information reaching here. He fell down as he left the branch on which ...
Indian sues over 'fake' HIV tests 2.11.2006 BBC South Asia
An Indian man sues over the alleged mis-selling of kits used to test for HIV/Aids and hepatitis.
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Tropic of Hunger 2.11.2006 TOI: Editorial
Starvation is the biggest cause of death
Miss Universe to take up AIDS awareness in Goa 2.11.2006 Business Standard
Miss Universe to take up AIDS awareness in Goa
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