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Category: Health-Indicators :: Maternal-Mortality
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Concern over high maternal mortality rate 6.3.2006 Hindu: Other States
BHOPAL: The Madhya Pradesh Minister for Health and Family Welfare, Ajay Vishnoi on Sunday admitted that the situation on the "safe motherhood" front was far from satisfactory in the State and expressed serious concern over the fact that Madhya ...
'Unexplained infertility cases increasing in India' 26.2.2006 New Indian Express
'Unexplained infertility cases increasing in India'
A new plan for safe motherhood, but many challenges still 20.2.2006 India Together
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Medical students detect errors in answers 20.2.2006 New Indian Express
Medical students detect errors in answers
Creating family welfare awareness in villages 14.2.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Efforts intensified to perform surgeries since January in Tiruchi district
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Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) - India Country Report-2005 released 13.2.2006 Govt of india: PIB
Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) - India Country Report-2005 released
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500 hospitals to have 24-hour maternity services  31.1.2006 Central Chronicle
500 hospitals to have 24-hour maternity services 
Call to bring down maternal mortality ratio 23.1.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Gujarat highest with an annual death of 40,000 women Gujarat highest with an annual death of 40,000 women
Maternal mortality rate causing concern 23.1.2006 New Indian Express
Maternal mortality rate causing concern
`Reduce maternal mortality rate' 7.1.2006 Hindu: Kerala
KOCHI: The Government will spend Rs. 40,000 crore on a renewed Reproductive and Child Health Programme called RCH-II in the next five years to take care of impoverished mothers and children in the country. This was announced by Anbumani ...
Country must reduce maternal mortality rate: Anbumani 7.1.2006 Hindu: Kerala
KOCHI: The Government will spend Rs. 40,000 crore on a renewed Reproductive and Child Health Programme called RCH-II in the next five years to take care of impoverished mothers and children in the country. This was announced by Anbumani ...
Boost for Child health as Govt.plans to spend 89.5 billion dollars 7.1.2006 New Kerala: Kerala News
Kochi: Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare, Anbumani Ramadoss has announced that the government will spend a whopping 89.5 billion dollars on a renewed Reproductive and Child Health programme over the next five years.
Rs 40,000 cr Reproductive and Child Health Programme 7.1.2006 New Kerala: Kerala News
Kochi: The Centre will spend Rs 40,000 crore over the next five years on the second phase of the Reproductive and Child Health (RCH-II) programme to be launched this year, Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Anbumani Ramadoss said here.
Gujarat aims to improve maternal, infant mortality rates 5.1.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Gandhinagar: Gujarat is launching a new health programme to effectively bring down the maternal and infant mortality rates, says an official statement.
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Mother, child mortality rate on rise 3.1.2006 The Pioneer
Mother, child mortality rate on rise
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India's maternal mortality ratio highest in South Asia 28.12.2005 Hindu: National
NEW DELHI: Maternal health is a problem of serious proportions in India, where an estimated 1,36,000 women die needlessly each year due to causes related to pregnancy, childbirth and abortion. India has an estimated maternal mortality ratio ...
Programme to curb maternal mortality launched 28.12.2005 Hindu: Kerala
KOCHI: Minister for Fisheries and Sports Dominic Presentation on Tuesday launched the national programme Janani Suraksha Yojna in the district. The programme aims at reducing the maternal and infant mortality ratio in families below the ...
When will the right questions be asked in MP? 25.12.2005 DNA: India
Given the poor health indicators as reflected in the Human Development Report, it's expected that MLAs would raise questions relating to developmental issues.
When development sounds hollow 14.12.2005 Telegraph: Opinion
For both China and India child mortality trends raise wider questions for public health and the distribution within developing countries of the benefits from globalization. Integration into global markets have manifestly enhanced wealth creation, generated economic dynamism and raised living standards for many millions of people in India and China. At the same time the human development benefits of economic success have been slow to trickle down to large sections of the population ' and the trickle appears to be slowing in some key areas of public health.
Scheme to reduce maternal mortality rate launched 9.12.2005 Hindu: Kerala
To benefit women from BPL families
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