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Tuesday, April 25 , 2006


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From April 19, 2006  to April 25, 2006

Naidu Anti-Development, Says Chief Minister

Lashes out at TDP leader in the latter's home district Apparently eyeing panchayat polls, the Chief

Minister uses the occasion to build up anti-TDP sentiment Cites how the TDP chief cried foul over

move to increase the capacity of Pothireddipadu head 

Rmps Vow To Fight Aids

1,900 RMPs from rural areas participate in training 

Nin-Developed `Atta' To Be Sold Through Pds

`Atta' to be fortified with iron, vitamins `Atta' to be fortified with iron, vitamins It's being made

available at Rs.12 per kg on experimental basis NIN also takes up initiative in the area of

osteoporosis Effort aimed at addressing micronutrient 

Minister Promises Industrial Development Of Pollachi

DMK candidate promises college and fire station at Anamalai 

More Aids Testing Centres Planned

Central and Northern parts of India primarily targeted Other States include Rajasthan, Orissa,

Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand With this, number of testing centres would go up from

750 to 1,150 NACO Director General terms next five years 

Hiv Cases In India Rise To 5.2 Million

The number of people living with HIV/AIDS in India has increased. The latest figures compiled by

National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO), using improved data collection strategy, has shown that

an estimated 5.21 million adults in India are living . . . 

Cross-Cultural Encounters Entail Risk Of Aids

With a huge growth in tourism Varanasi received 3.45 lakh foreign tourists in 2005 and Goa gets

about 3 lakh firang visitors each season the number of cross-cultural encounters too are likely to


Global Steel Industry Development

Lakshmi Narayan Mittal's bid to purchase European steel consortium Arcelor is the latest example of

how the Empire can strike back at its erstwhile colonisers, and how the Europeans turn tail and

indulge in protectionism to keep ''these Indians'' out. 

72,000 More Hiv-Positive Cases In India: Naco

The national burden of HIV positive patients has increased by about 72,000 in the past one year to

touch a total estimate of 5.206 million, according to the National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO),

which has also admitted that the figures may . . . 

`Angioplasty A Successful Alternative To Bypass Surgery'

Conference of interventional cardiologists gets under way 

Ysr Announces 3,000-Cr. Loans To Self-Help Groups

There will be no hurdles to implementing empowerment agenda' SHGS advised to invest in livestock

Yet another hike in wages of Anaganwadi workers Locals raise slogans demanding house sites

`Instant Money Order' Service Coming

The Department of Posts has proposed to introduce `instant money order (IMO) service' at Tiruchi

head post-office from April 24. A minimum amount of Rs. 1,000 and a maximum of Rs. 50,000, could

be remitted through these post offices under this service. 

Efficacy Trial For Aids Vaccine Likely In Two Years

India's first AIDS vaccine is expected to take another two years to enter into the second phase of

the trial to establish its efficacy. Researchers at the National AIDS Research Institute (NARI) in Pune have finished injecting the vaccine in . . . 

Awareness Programme On Tb, Aids Launched

World Vision India (Shifa TB Control Project, Bobbili) has launched awareness programme on TB and

HIV/AIDS in villages. 

Lack Of Treatment For Hiv Kids Causes Concern

Social and human rights organisations urge Govt. to issue guidelines for prompt diagnosis and

treatment The UN General Assembly is scheduled to review promises made by various countries in

2001 while accepting the Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS 

$ 200 M Wb Loan For Agro Development

The World Bank today approved two credit loans for a total of $ 200 million for the National

Agricultural Innovation Project in India, which would enable this significant sector to grow at 4 per

cent per annum and usher in the second green revolution. 

Governor Calls For Comprehensive Development Of Backward Districts

Only this can help do away with regional imbalances: T.N. Chaturvedi Rank holders of law

examinations honoured State-level moot court competition held for students 

Development To The Forefront In Shimoga

Chief Minister lays foundation stones for five projects in the district The projects involve an

estimated cost of Rs. 51 crore Row over bridge across the Tunga resolved Private bus stand to be

retained at the same place 

Grain Output Target Set At 114 Lakh Tonnes

Output was 111 lakh tonnes during 2005-06 Staff shortage has hit delivery of services, says

Kashempur Vacant posts to be filled soon 

Vidya Poshak Plans To Disburse  1.5 Crore Aid To Poor Students

3,500 students to be provided assistance in 2006-07 Rs. 25 lakh to be invested in libraries and

learning centers Volunteers of the organisation will visit the houses of the applicants 

Space Technology Will Determine Development Of The . . .

Inaugurates `Space-Tech' lecture series in Bharathidasan University

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