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Category: Diseases :: Communicable :: Tuberculosis
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German national arrested for alleged attempt of sodomy 1.6.2006 New Kerala: India News
New Delhi: A German national who allegedly attempted to sodomise a 12-year-old boy was today arrested and produced before a court here that remanded him to 14 days judicial custody.
New potential drug target in tuberculosis 31.5.2006 Hindu: Breaking News
TB deaths in Shivpuri raise concerns 27.5.2006 Central Chronicle
TB deaths in Shivpuri raise concerns
Acharya for collaborative effort to fight diseases 27.5.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
`Government, private sector can join hands to fight TB, cancer'
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Gates Foundation to donate USD 104 million to TB Alliance 25.5.2006 New Kerala: World News
New York: The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation will donate USD 104 million to the Global Alliance for TB Drug Development (TB Alliance) to advance a pipeline of new TB drugs over the next five years to find a faster and more effective cure for the disease.
World health meet focuses on epidemics 23.5.2006 Deccan Herald
World health meet focuses on epidemics
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Combating TB 23.5.2006 New Indian Express
Combating TB
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Private practitioners urged to take active part in TB control 21.5.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Multi-sectoral approach to tackling the disease will be effective, says WHO expert
Private-public initiative called for tackling TB 21.5.2006 New Indian Express
Private-public initiative called for tackling TB
Kodagu unit of Indian Red Cross bags award 12.5.2006 Hindu: Karnataka
The unit organised several medical camps for tribal people
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Chasm between HIV and TB 7.5.2006 The Statesman
Chasm between HIV and TB
Wrong diagnosis complicates asthma treatment 6.5.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Awareness programme to be conducted on May 7
No blaming kids for NCERT faux pas 5.5.2006 CNN-IBN Top Stories
Parents should not blame their kids if they don’t fare well in the exams. They should blame their syllabus and the their text books.
Don't blame kids it's a NCERT faux pas 5.5.2006 CNN-IBN Top Stories
Parents should not blame their kids if they don’t fare well in the exams. They should blame their syllabus and the their text books.
Cancer, respiratory diseases lethal illnesses in China in 2005 4.5.2006 New Kerala: World News
Beijing: Cancer was the most lethal disease in Chinese cities whereas respiratory illnesses were the leading killers in the countryside in 2005, the Ministry of Health said here.
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Rotary awards for two doctors 27.4.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
CHENNAI: The Rotary Club of Madras Esplanade awarded "For the Sake of honour Award" to Dr Mohan Kameswaran and "Vocational Excellence Award" to Dr P.R. Narayanan. The awards are part of the Rotarian vocational services and the awardees are ...
Tuberculosis curable, says doctor 26.4.2006 New Indian Express
Tuberculosis curable, says doctor
Wellness camps help railway employees combat diseases 25.4.2006 New Indian Express
Wellness camps help railway employees combat diseases
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Public relations units have vital role in health sector 23.4.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
They represent a key interface between patients and medical institution: Badrinath They represent a key interface between patients and medical institution: Badrinath
Wasted genius 23.4.2006 Hindu: Sunday Magazine
The film being made on Ramanujan will help us nurture and encourage our prodigies better.
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