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World Bank aid to India follows action against corruption 30.8.2006 New Kerala: India News
By Arun Kumar, Washington, Aug 30: The World Bank agreed to provide 672 million dollar for three health projects in Karnataka after India promised strong action against collusion and corruption in procurement across the health sector.
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World Bank ends freeze 30.8.2006 Telegraph: Nation
After investigations into allegations of fraud and corruption in the procurement of pharmaceuticals, the World Bank this week resumed lending to India's health sector.
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State prisoners to get lessons on AIDS 25.8.2006 Deccan Herald
State prisoners to get lessons on AIDS
Pharma firms can reap $2b from AIDS, TB 25.8.2006 TOI: India Business
The global emergence and resurgence of epidemics such as AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria is expected to translate into a $2 bn opportunity for Indian generic players.
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AIDS, TB next big revenue source for pharma majors 25.8.2006 Business Standard
AIDS, TB next big revenue source for pharma majors
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WB resumes funding to health projects 24.8.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Aug 23: World Bank today announced a financial assistance of USD 672 million for three health projects, for which it had withheld funding earlier alleging corruption, after New Delhi initiated action against erring companies.
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World Bank sanctions Rs3000 cr bounty 23.8.2006 DNA: India
The World Bank has approved a $672 million (Rs3024 crore) loan package to India to improve reproductive and child health services.
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WB resumes funding health projects in India 23.8.2006 Rediff: Business
World Bank, which had earlier stopped funding three health projects in India alleging corruption, announced on Wednesday three programmes would get financial assistance of $672 million from it.
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Free TB camp 23.8.2006 The Statesman
Free TB camp
300 nationwide TB detection camps by Maneesh Healthcare 23.8.2006 Business Standard
300 nationwide TB detection camps by Maneesh Healthcare
World Bank resumes funding to health projects, to give USD 672 mn loan 23.8.2006 New Kerala: Business India
New Delhi, Aug 23: World Bank, which had earlier stopped funding to three health projects in India alleging corruption, today announced that the three programmes would get financial assistance of 672 million dollars from it.
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`10.8 million children die before fifth birthday' 20.8.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
`25 per cent of them in India alone'
Child delivery only at govt hospitals: Karimganj DC 20.8.2006 The Assam Tribune
Child delivery only at govt hospitals: Karimganj DC
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TB strains resistant to drugs kill 52 in S Africa 19.8.2006 Deccan Herald
TB strains resistant to drugs kill 52 in S Africa
Increase in TB cases over last years 19.8.2006 New Indian Express
Increase in TB cases over last years
Increase in Tuberculosis cases over last years 18.8.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi, Aug 18: There has been a constant increase in the cases of tuberculosis in the country in the last three years, as Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra and Andhra Pradesh were the top three states in terms of incidence of the disease.
Curing TB, key to winning AIDS battle 18.8.2006 New Kerala: Health News
London, Aug 18: One-third of people infected with HIV are also infected with TB, which is the leading cause of death of AIDS patients, health officials and activists have said at the XVI International AIDS Conference in Toronto, Canada.
Nepal's only TB hospital resumes services after three years 18.8.2006 New Kerala: World News
Kathmandu, Aug 18: TB patients in Nepal will heave a sigh a relief with the reopening of the 35-year old tuberculosis hospital here after a gap of three years.
Kerala adopts patients' charter for TB care 17.8.2006 Hindu: Kerala
It is the first State to endorse the global document
Briefly 17.8.2006 Hindu: Kerala
The Cabinet on Wednesday decided to appoint the former Chief Secretary C. Ramachandran as adviser to Home Minister Kodiyeri Balakrishnan. Chief Minister V.S. Achuthanandan told mediapersons after the Cabinet meeting that an advisor was being ...
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