User: spoornim Topic: Health
Category: AIDS
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Porn king Larry Flynt sued for not using condom in films 27.8.2010 DNA: Top News
The complaint said the films, most with innuendo-laden names, "clearly demonstrate workplace activities highly likely to spread blood borne pathogens in the workplace".
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Vitamin A makes breastfeeding with HIV more risky: Study 27.8.2010 New Kerala: India News
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AIDS activists file complaint against porn king ! 27.8.2010 Zee News : World
An AIDS activist group have filed a workplace safety complaint against Larry Flynt.
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AIDS society to hold play on plight of HIV+ victims 27.8.2010 TOI: All Headlines
AIDS society to hold play on plight of HIV+ victims
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Accessing Global Fund Award for Rolling Continuation Channel Project “Scaling up of Integrated counselling and testing, Prevention of Parent to Child Transmission of HIV (PPTCT) and referral to care, support and treatment services for people living with HIV in India” 26.8.2010 Govt of india: PIB
Accessing Global Fund Award for Rolling Continuation Channel Project “Scaling up of Integrated counselling and testing, Prevention of Parent to Child Transmission of HIV (PPTCT) and referral to care, support and treatment services for people living with HIV in India”
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Seats for students in AIIMS raised by 182 annually 26.8.2010 NDTV
The annual intake of students for various courses in the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) would increase by 182 following the implementation of 27 percent reservation for OBCs in the prestigious institute.


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Many bridges to cross for children in Krishnagiri 16.9.2009 India Together - Education

The odds of children in villages in Krishnagiri district, Tamilnadu, making it to college are one per cent, ten times below the low national average. Some interventions are helping, finds Krithika Ramalingam as she records the many realities here.
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From awareness campaigns to real change 29.7.2009 India Together - Education

Union Human Resource Development (HRD) Minister Kapil Sibal would do well to assess the learnings from two recent and major HIV/AIDS awareness campaigns, before "looking into the ban on sex education", if he really wants to make change, writes Charumathi Supraja.
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Surviving a battle they fight everyday 5.4.2008 India Together
In India's business capital, the NGO Sanmitra is helping HIV positive women re-enter the mainstream workforce, thereby ensuring them a life of independence and dignity. Sumita Thapar has more.
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Girls count 18.3.2008 India Together - Women

A global investment and action agenda seeks to put adolescent girls at the centre of development initiatives in developing countries. These girls, say the authors of a new report, form a special category, deserving exclusive attention of the state, donors and NGOs. Anuja Agrawal reports.
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Community work making brothels safer 9.10.2007 India Together - Women

In brothels of West Bengal, there is high awareness of the risk to HIV. Women are not taking any chances. Response to the newly introduced female condom is picking up. Sumita Thapar reports.
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Their secret status and a risky schooling 28.9.2007 India Together - Education

HIV-positive children are being thrown out of school in Uttar Pradesh by insensitive teachers and parents alike. Many parents are afraid to let schools know that their children are positive, and the state's machinery has failed to raise any awareness, as a major study has shown. Puja Awasthi sounds the warning bells.
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Attitudes to sex need healthy injection of science 26.9.2007 India Together - Education
Why would the Government of India deny a job to an individual who carries a mutation in the DNA? There is prejudice in Indian society against individual perceived as "sexual anomalies". Vaijayanti Gupta initiates an educational discussion on the biology of sex and sexual orientations.
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Their secret status and a risky schooling 26.9.2007 India Together - Education
HIV-positive children are being thrown out of school in Uttar Pradesh by insensitive teachers and parents alike. Many parents are afraid to let schools know that their children are positive, and the state's machinery has failed to raise any awareness, as a major study has shown. Puja Awasthi sounds the warning bells.
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Linkages between HIV-AIDS and gender violence 17.7.2007 India Together - Women

A six-month research study to understand violence against HIV affected women revealed key contours of pre-contractual and post-contractual threats and risks that women face. Shoma Chatterji reports on a workshop where the findings were discussed.
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Devadasis uniting to end 'dedications' 26.4.2007 India Together - Women

For decades, Karnataka has been haunted by the devadasi tradition where girls were 'dedicated' to goddess Yellama and then turned into sex-workers. Today, determined groups of devadasis of Bagalkot district are bravely stopping the practice, stemming the growth of AIDS and gaining a new respect in society. Ramesh Menon reports.
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WHO probes HIV outbreak in Pakistan's Sindh province 1.1.1970 Sify News
[Pakistan], Jun 2 (ANI): In the wake of the recent HIV outbreak in the Sindh Province of Pakistan, with nearly 700 cases registered thus far, an international team of experts from the World Health
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International team arriving in Pakistan to probe HIV outbreak 1.1.1970 Sify News
An international team, comprising experts from the World Health Organization (WHO), Center for Disease Control (CDC), Unicef and Unaids, will arrive in Pakistan on Tuesday to probe the latest HIV outbreak in Sindh province.
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US announces additional humanitarian aids for Afghanistan 1.1.1970 Sify News
[US], Mar 27 (ANI): The United States on Tuesday granted more than USD 61 million additional humanitarian aid to war-torn Afghanistan to meet the needs of vulnerable communities, displaced persons
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Experiment for gene-edited babies illegal: China 1.1.1970 Sify News
[China], Jan 22 (ANI): The experiments conducted by scientist He Jiankui, which have led to the birth of the world's first gene-edited twins, have been termed as illegal by Chinese authorities.
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