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Tuesday, May 02 , 2006


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From April 26, 2006  to May 02, 2006

Coming Soon: A Safari Park In The Heart Of Delhi

A safari park right here in the heart of the Capital? Sounds hard to believe? Well, Delhi University

thinks otherwise. 

Aids Awareness: Unicef Project Focuses On Youth

Aims at training them as peer educators 

Developing Nations May Not Get Fair Deal At Wto

With the deadline of April 30 approaching fast to work out the modalities after the WTO ministerial

meet at Hong Kong, the chances of a fair deal to the satisfaction of developing countries, including

India, this year are looking increasingly slim. 

Hiv Positive Cases Down In East Godavari District

Current prevalence rate 2.75%, compared with 4% in 2004-2005 Sensitisation of SHGs and the first

phase of `Aasa' programme shows positive results School education programmes on HIV/AIDS

awareness also show positive signs Second phase of . . . 

Development And Conservation Should Go Hand In Hand: Collector

The need to strike a harmonious balance between development and conservation was underscored

by the Nilgiris Collector, C. Vijayaraj Kumar, while releasing a compact disc titled, `Window on Nilgiris'

brought out by the Nilgiri Wildlife and . . . 

The Debate Over Development

Politics has always overshadowed other issues in Kerala but in this election, development has

received unprecedented attention. 

Congress Hails Nepal Developments

Sonia congratulates G.P. Koirala The role of the Government of India has been that of a catalyst

Sonia assures Koirala and the people full support

Banks Urged To Help Give Impetus To Development

They will disburse over 40 per cent of funds for credit to northern districts They will disburse over 40

per cent of funds for credit in northern districts Loans of Rs. 2,808 crore disbursed among 4,95,918

farmers Rs. 4.68 crore granted for 14 `agricu 

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