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Pre-induction HIV screening introduced in armed forces 26.10.2006 DNA: India
The Indian armed forces have introduced pre-induction HIV/AIDS screening test for those joining the services.
Two police officers test HIV-positive 26.10.2006 Hindu: Other States
PATNA: Two senior police officers of Bihar have tested HIV-positive after Elisa test, State Home Secretary Afzal Amanullah said on Wednesday. The officers tested positive after a test conducted at a laboratory here, he said without revealing ...
Ghansyam sent to police custody in faulty medical kit case 26.10.2006 New Kerala: India News
Kolkata, Oct 26: A city court today sent Ghansyam Sarda accused in the faulty medical diagnosis kit supply case to police custody till November four.
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Another accused in blood test kit scam arrested 26.10.2006 New Kerala: India News
Kolkata, Oct 26: Ghanshyam Sarda, a prime accused in the expired blood test kit scam was arrested here Thursday, said a senior police official.
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Armed forces to do HIV tests on entry 26.10.2006 New Indian Express
Armed forces to do HIV tests on entry
Two senior Bihar cops test HIV positive 26.10.2006 New Indian Express
Two senior Bihar cops test HIV positive
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UN, World Bank books show 26.10.2006 Hindu: Kerala
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: A two-week-long exhibition of UN and World Bank books began at the Kerala University Library here on Wednesday. As a repository of UN and World Bank books, the library receives publications by UN organisations, free of ...
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Gates Foundation support for AIDS prevention 26.10.2006 HBL: Corporate
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has announced an investment of $23 million for enhancing the Government's HIV prevention capacity in the next three years, from 2007 to 2009. The money will go into two main areas -- programme ...
General hospital in state of ill-health 26.10.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
The health institution is not equipped to treat dengue cases, say junior doctors
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Workshop on reporting HIV/AIDS 26.10.2006 New Kerala: Tamil Nadu
Chennai, Oct 26: A dozen city-based journalists today participated in "Reporting HIV/AIDS" workshop here.
In Tiruchi Today 26.10.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Sringeri Sath Sangh: Sri Vishnu Sahasranamam, Sri Lalitha Sahasranamam, Thotakashtagam, Sringeri Sankar Mutt, Srirangam, 6 p.m. Sri Vishnu Sahasranama Parayana Sabha- Srirangam: Parayanam, Cauvery thayar ...
In Chennai Today 26.10.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Gita: Swami Mitrananda, Baratiya Vidya Bhavan, Mylapore, 6-45 p.m.; Swamini Satyavratananda, 215, Potti Sriramulu Building, Luz, Mylapore, 11 a.m.; RBN, Sri Ayyappa Temple, II Avenue, Anna Nagar, 7 p.m. Tirumoolar's ...
Bio-Rad Labs to launch HIV, Hep-C test kits 26.10.2006 Business Standard
Bio-Rad Labs to launch HIV, Hep-C test kits
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Treat AIDS like any other disease: Miss Universe 2006 26.10.2006 New Kerala: Maharashtra
Mumbai, Oct 26: Miss Universe 2006 Zuleyka Rivera, who is on a two-week long AIDS awareness tour of India, said there is no point in attaching a social stigma to AIDS, and that this ailment should be treated like any other disease.
Cause over cuisine 26.10.2006 Hindu:Metro Plus: Delhi
Designer Sanjana Jon on her tastes and targets
Pre-induction HIV screening introduced in armed forces 26.10.2006 New Kerala: Kerala News
Kochi, Oct 26: The Indian armed forces have introduced pre-induction HIV/AIDS screening test for those joining the services, a top official of the Forces' medical services wing said today.
Madonna's adopted son's mom died of AIDS not pneumonia 26.10.2006 New Kerala: World News
London, Oct 26: Pop diva Madonna has revealed that the mother of the African baby she has adopted died of Aids and not a bout of pneumonia, as claimed earlier, and that the disease also claimed three of his brothers and sisters.
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'Billanthropy' continues; India gets $23 m to fight AIDS 25.10.2006 Financial Express
'Billanthropy' continues; India gets $23 m to fight AIDS
Gates Foundation commits $ 23mn for India's AIDS prog 25.10.2006 The Navhind Times
Gates Foundation commits $ 23mn for India's AIDS prog
Gates Foundation commits more funds for AIDS initiative 25.10.2006 Hindu: Front Page
NEW DELHI: The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on Tuesday signed an agreement with the Union Government, committing an investment of $23 million over the next three years for India's HIV Prevention Response. This is in addition to the $58 ...
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