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Man sells child to save his ailing wife in vain 25.3.2006 Orissa Sambad (English)
Man sells child to save his ailing wife in vain
Centre offers all help to Odisha to tackle Naxals 25.3.2006 Orissa Sambad (English)
Centre offers all help to Odisha to tackle Naxals
City police chief calls for concerted efforts to eradicate tuberculosis 25.3.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
World TB Day observed in city; rally held
Educate rural people on TB: Collector 25.3.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
SRIKAKULAMKAKINADA: District Collector A. Koteswara Rao on Friday urged all concerned to take steps and remove misconceptions about tuberculosis (TB) among rural people and send the message that TB was curable. Speaking at a meeting organised to ...
118 cases of acute TB in Sangareddy 25.3.2006 Hindu: Andhra Pradesh
Many patients unaware of latest developments, says Joint Collector
Sunlight protects from TB: Study 25.3.2006 TOI: India
Do you get enough sunlight everyday? If yes, then you are well protected against tuberculosis.
Awareness march organised to mark World TB Day 25.3.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
Health Minister calls for community participation to combat tuberculosis
Briefly 25.3.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy will hold the weekly "Janata Darshan" programme at his home office, "Krishna," here at 9.30 a.m. on Saturday, according to an official press release. -- Special Correspondent JD(S) deputy ...
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Briefly 24.3.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Officers of the Tiruchi Customs in the Customs Preventive Zone, Chennai, seized 3.707 kg of heroin, valued at Rs. 3.7 crore at Kallamozhi Pallivasal off Kulasekarapattinam coast on March 19. One person has been arrested and remanded to judicial ...
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View Point: Deadly infectious ancient disease  24.3.2006 Central Chronicle
View Point: Deadly infectious ancient disease 
RNTCP covers entire country, need to better detection of TB 24.3.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi: The Revised National TB Control Programme (RNTCP) has accomplished 100 per cent coverage of the country, Union Health Minister Anbumani Ramadoss said today while stressing need to increase the detection rate to meet the 2020 deadline of elimination of the disease.
Tuberculosis hampering country's economy (March 24 is World Tuberculosis Day) 24.3.2006 New Kerala: India News
By Prashant K. Nanda, New Delhi: Tuberculosis, which claims over 500,000 lives every year in India, is affecting the country's economy by taking away the productive years of infected people, official statistics reveal.
‘Combat tuberculosis through awarness programmes’ 24.3.2006 Deccan Herald
‘Combat tuberculosis through awarness programmes’
A serene place for the gravely ill 24.3.2006 New Indian Express
A serene place for the gravely ill
Full Story 24.3.2006 New Indian Express
Full Story
Full Story 24.3.2006 New Indian Express
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Awareness campaign to control TB 24.3.2006 Hindu: Kerala
KANNUR: A public campaign to create awareness about tuberculosis (TB) will be conducted on March 24 by the District Tuberculosis Control Society through its five units in the district. District TB Officer Sajeevkumar told a press conference ...
Awareness class on TB 24.3.2006 Hindu: Kerala
KOCHI: The District-level Anti-TB Day observance will be held at 9 a.m. on Friday at the Lions Club Auditorium, Kothamangalam. Nimmy Nazar, chairperson of the Kothamangalam Municipality, will preside over a public meeting, scheduled to begin at ...
India reaffirms commitment to control tuberculosis 24.3.2006 New Kerala: Health News
New Delhi: In an effort to dispel darkness and ignorance about tuberculosis, Union Health and Famil Welfare Minister Anbumani Ramadoss led a candle march of people cured of tuberculosis to commemorate World Tuberculosis Day on Friday in New Delhi.
Significant drop in death rate among TB patients: Shastri 24.3.2006 Hindu: New Delhi
NEW DELHI: Delhi Health Minister Yoganand Shastri on Thursday said that because of successful implementation of the DOTS programme for the past eight years, the death rate among tuberculosis patients had come down from 25 per cent to a meagre 2.3 ...
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