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Edits 29.9.2006 The Statesman
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Fake emergency operations thrive at MCH 28.9.2006 New Indian Express
Fake emergency operations thrive at MCH
Extremely drug-resistant TB emerges 28.9.2006 Hindu: Science & Technology
Currently, extremely drug-resistant TB is virtually untreatable to international standards
United States, WHO sign agreement for TB control in India 27.9.2006 Hindu: Front Page
WHO given Rs. 19 crore for research, State-level implementation of disease control programme
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USAIDS, WHO join hands to eradicate TB from India 27.9.2006 New Indian Express
USAIDS, WHO join hands to eradicate TB from India
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Science and genomics should determine future of agriculture 27.9.2006 Hindustan Times
Science and genomics should determine future of agriculture
US, WHO sign agreement for TB control in India : HindustanTimes.com 27.9.2006 Hindustan Times
US, WHO sign agreement for TB control in India : HindustanTimes.com
After polio setback, TB tops govt agenda 27.9.2006 TOI: India
India is conducting its second large-scale country-wide study to ascertain the exact number of people who fall prey to tuberculosis every year.
US, WHO to help India fight TB: Video 27.9.2006 Business Standard
US, WHO to help India fight TB: Video
USAIDS, WHO join hands to eradicate TB from India 26.9.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Sep 26: The USAIDS and WHO have joined hands to help the Indian government in its campaign to eradicate Tuberculosis from the country.
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United States, WHO sign joint agreement for TB control in India 26.9.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Sep 26: The US ambassador to India David C Mulford and World Health Organisation (WHO) representative to India Salim Habayeb today signed a joint agreement for tuberculosis control in India.
Newer way to tackle tuberculosis menace 26.9.2006 Deccan Herald
Newer way to tackle tuberculosis menace
US gives Rs.190 mn to fight TB in India 26.9.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Sep 26: The United States Tuesday announced a grant of Rs.190 million ($4.17 million) to prevent the spread of tuberculosis (TB) in India.
Improving health services: Govt initiates steps  25.9.2006 Central Chronicle
Improving health services: Govt initiates steps 
National drive on anaemia prevention suggested 24.9.2006 Deccan Herald
National drive on anaemia prevention suggested
New TB test 23.9.2006 The Statesman
New TB test
Vaccine labs to be merged 22.9.2006 DNA: India
By incorporating the three labs into a single company the government hopes to increase production for the EPI and also develop new vaccines.
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AIDS, TB funding grossly inadequate 22.9.2006 Business Standard
AIDS, TB funding grossly inadequate
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AIDS, TB funding grossly inadequate 22.9.2006 Business Standard
AIDS, TB funding grossly inadequate
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First government `paperless' hospital soon 22.9.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
BANGALORE: Patients going to the SDS Tuberculosis and Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Chest Diseases will not have to fill up laborious admission forms or wait for long to be allotted beds in the hospital wards. Soon the institute will become the ...
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