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Category: Diseases :: Communicable :: Malaria
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Padma Prakash: Bird flu - Some lessons? 21.2.2006 Business Standard
Padma Prakash: Bird flu - Some lessons?
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Now, head for forests without malaria scare 20.2.2006 New Indian Express
Now, head for forests without malaria scare
Rats gnawed Rs 70 million worth mosquito nets in Assam 19.2.2006 New Indian Express
Rats gnawed Rs 70 million worth mosquito nets in Assam
Malaria menace: Control programme runs into problem  18.2.2006 Central Chronicle
Malaria menace: Control programme runs into problem 
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The attack of a fashion virus 18.2.2006 Deccan Herald
The attack of a fashion virus
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Rats gnawed Rs.70 mn worth mosquito nets in Assam 18.2.2006 New Kerala: Assam
By Syed Zarir Hussain, Guwahati: It may sound bizarre, but it's true. Rodents in Assam have gnawed deep holes into the economy of the Assam government to the tune of millions of rupees!
Viral fever-hit patients have symptoms of malaria, dengue 16.2.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Experts collect blood samples to determine the exact cause of the disease
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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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Efforts on to evolve new drug for malaria 11.2.2006 Deccan Herald
Efforts on to evolve new drug for malaria
Boy loses sight due to wrong treatment by doctor 7.2.2006 New Indian Express
Boy loses sight due to wrong treatment by doctor
North Chennai battling with malaria 4.2.2006 New Indian Express
North Chennai battling with malaria
Q&A: 'We are working to have a malaria drug by 2009' 4.2.2006 TOI: Editorial
Malvinder Singh, chief exe-cutive of Ranbaxy, talks about the focus areas of the company and the challenges ahead.
Climate studies help predict malaria epidemics 3.2.2006 Hindu: Opinion
A warning system, based on computer models of climate change, can predict outbreaks up to five months in advance.
Weather forecast can prevent malaria epidemic 2.2.2006 New Kerala: Health News
Washington : Scientists have unveiled a weather forecasting computer model that can provide up to five months warning of malaria epidemics in the most vulnerable countries.
New system to fight malaria 2.2.2006 Telegraph: International
An early warning system based on climate models, average rainfall and data on seasonal malaria can predict the risk of an epidemic of the killer disease five months in advance, scientists said today.
The heat is on health staff as mystery fever grips Kurnool 1.2.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
A majority of the affected are elderly
A plague for all times 31.1.2006 Deccan Herald
A plague for all times
Caution on use of malaria drug 31.1.2006 Deccan Herald
Caution on use of malaria drug
Custom-made microbes at work 31.1.2006 Deccan Herald
Custom-made microbes at work
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Rethinking treatment of infectious diseases 28.1.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
SRM Medical College to host symposium on harmless pathogens
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