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Tuesday,  March 07, 2006


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From February 29, 2006  to March 07, 2006

Devadasi Turns Anti-Aids Crusader

Despite her diminutive frame, Hulligamma, once a devadasi in Bellary district in Karnataka, has taken up the role of a dominant spokesperson for bringing HIV/AIDS issues out in the open.

India To Produce 20,000 Mw Atomic Power By 2020

India has set a target of 20,000 MW generation of atomic power for 2020, DRDO's Chief Controller of R and D wing, A Sivathanu Pillai has said. 

Expert Expects Considerable Progress On Aids Vaccine By The Year 2010

Says prevention, treatment must go hand in hand India part of the scientific coalition, Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise Preventive activities helped reduce incidence of HIV among gays "Access to diagnosis and ARVs is a critical issue" 

The Nilgiris Gets Seed Testing Station

Tests to be carried out at highly subsidised cost 

India, U.S. To Sign Agreement On Launching Satellites

It will facilitate India to launch satellites licensed by the United States To safeguard the protected technologies of either country ISRO, NASA formulate MoUs to define scope of experiments 

Bush Donates $7m For Joint Aids Fund

With a contribution of $7 million from President George W Bush, establishment of an Indo-US corporate fund for HIV/AIDS was announced here today. President Bush and PM Manmohan Singh also agreed to a five-year collaboration . . . 

Plan For Hampi Project Submitted To Unesco

A draft integrated management plan for Hampi has been submitted to the Unesco for its review, Parliament was told on Thursday. 

Bangalore University Launches E-Library

Over 3.6 lakh books digitised; network of college libraries on the anvil Over 3.6 lakh books digitised; network of college libraries soon 

Tsunami Early Warning System By September 2007

The integration of design and engineering aspects to be indigenised: Goel 

Advanced Surveillance System Installed At Chennai Port

A sophisticated surveillance system to ensure greater safety, prevent pilferage and comply with the International Ship and Port Security Code has been installed at the Chennai port. 

Karwar Gets Energy Plant

The Union Power Ministry, which has mooted five ultra mega thermal power projects of 4,000 MW each on a public-private partnership basis, has picked up Karwar in Karnataka besides four other sites as part of its ...

Four Medicinal Plant Processing Zones Planned, Says Anbumani

A plantation project at Tuticorin will be upgraded and declared a zone 

Jobs Assured For 1.5 Lakh Rural Poor

Central rule ensures 100 days of employment 3,259 register in Muthalamada grama panchahayt Grama, block and district panchayats have a key role to play in implementation Clean water, resting place for children, first aid assured under the scheme 

Sonia All Praise For Shgs

Manmohan puts searching questions on their functioning Women of self-help groups drawn from 13 districts in which the National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme is being implemented in the State and a few sarpanches had a lively interaction with . . . 

Air Deccan Launches Tiruchi-Chennai Service

New connectivity, a boost to tourism industry: travel agents Air Deccan on Thursday launched its daily services on the Chennai-Tiruchi-Chennai sector amidst buoyant expectations of major growth prospects for the air travel industry here. 

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