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2.5 million Delhi kids to get polio drops 31.5.2008 DNA: India
Over 2.5 million children below the age of five will be administered polio drops on Sunday, an effort aimed at making Delhi Polio free.
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Girls do better 30.5.2008 The Navhind Times
Girls do better
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Two-pronged battle to combat polio 30.5.2008 TOI: India
India has now set two targets in its fight against polio - stop transmission of the P1 strain by the end of 2008 and eliminate infections by the P3 strain in 2009.
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Girls excel yet again in Class 10 30.5.2008 Asian Age: India
By Our Correspondent New Delhi May 29: Girls continue to set their mark higher than boys in the Class 10 board examinations conducted by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). They have once again beaten boys by an average percentage of 1.5 per cent. The wait for the anxious Class 10 students finally ended on Thursday when the CBSE announced the results, which registered a pass percentage of 87.08 per cent. Girls outshine boys yet again in the examinations with an impressive pass percentage of 87.96 per cent. Boys’ pass percentage was 86.46 per cent. Out of the six exam regions, Chennai topped the pass percentage list with 95.26 per cent followed by Ajmer (94.22 per cent), Allahabad (89.10), Panchkula (89.07), Delhi (82.87) and ...
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CBSE class X results pass % rises to 87.08 29.5.2008 Oneindia.in: News
New Delhi, May 29: For the fourth year in a row, girls outshone boys in the Class X exams for the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), the results for which were declared this morning, with the overall pass percentage rising to 87.08 per cent.
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Woman with an iron lung dies after power failure 29.5.2008 Sify News
Tennessee: A woman who defied medical odds and spent nearly 60 years in an iron lung after being diagnosed with polio as a child died Wednesday after a power failure shut down the machine that kept her breathing, her family said.
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Special kids beat exam challenge 29.5.2008 Telegraph: North Bengal
Siliguri, May 28: At the age of three, Sanjay Sharma lost his vision completely following a bout of illness. Today, the 16-year-old boy passed the Madhyamik examination with first division marks.
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Steep rise in polio cases in Bihar, UP 28.5.2008 Hindustan Times: India
Polio cases are on the rise in Bihar. The state reported 180 new cases this year, which is highest in the country. Binod Dubey and Rajesh Kumar Singh report.
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Physiotherapists in demand 26.5.2008 Hindu:Education Plus: Chennai
There are few trained professional available for children’s needs.
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'Hugging' vest to help kids with autism 25.5.2008 New Kerala: World News
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Bihar health staff store booze in polio ice boxes 25.5.2008 The Statesman
Bihar health staff store booze in polio ice boxes
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Horse power helps special children find their stride 25.5.2008 TOI: India
Hippotherapy or therapeutic horse riding helps children suffering from cerebral palsy, autism, dyslexia and Down’s Syndrome, and adults with multiple sclerosis and injured soldiers.
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Chennai region tops CBSE class XII results 24.5.2008 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
A countrywide increase of 0.27 pass percentage points from 80.64 last year
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Chennai tops CBSE XII results 24.5.2008 Hindu: National
A countrywide increase of 0.27 pass percentage points from 80.64 last year
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Helping them to walk in normal style 23.5.2008 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Medical camp for physically and mentally challenged
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The power of ballot fails to change their fortune 23.5.2008 Hindu: Karnataka
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Soon, a therapeutic vest to lessen anxiety in autistic, ADHD kids 22.5.2008 New Kerala: Technology
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Screen printing training for mentally-challenged children 21.5.2008 The Assam Tribune
Screen printing training for mentally-challenged children
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A Chinese teen suvivors story and a twist in his tale 20.5.2008 The Indian Express -- Front Page
When rescue workers pulled Cao Jianqiang out of the rubble, the first thing he did was cover his eyes against the sun...
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Large migration causing trouble for the aged in Orissa's Bolangir district 19.5.2008 New Kerala: India News
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