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Tuesday, May 30 , 2006


 

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From May 24, 2006  to May 30, 2006

Bda Is Yet To Effect Changes In Comprehensive Development Plan

By the end of the next month, we should be ready to send the plan to the Government, says official

It is 10 months now after the draft plan was placed before the public

In Absolute Silence: A Protest Against Lack Of Treatment For Aids

CD4 count testing centres in all districts demanded Nutritious food sought through PDS Anti-

etroviral therapy through PHCs sought

Call For Stronger Communist Movement For Development

Editor of Visalandhra Eedpuganti Nageswara Rao has stressed the need for stronger Communist

movement in the country for better development.

Scientists Track Hiv Origin

Scientists have long assumed people contracted HIV from apes, but a report has revealed that

chimpanzees in Cameroon are the "natural reservoir" for the AIDS virus.

Tough Brothel Law Threatens India's Hiv Programme

Plans to toughen India's laws to prevent human trafficking could drive prostitutes underground and

jeopardise HIV-prevention in a country suffering the world's second-highest caseload, health officials

said on Thursday.

Plan To Set Up Agro, Food Parks In Punjab, Haryana

Research institute, technology incubation centre planned

30,000 Crores Budgeted For Irrigation Projects During Next Three Years, Says Chief Minister

Seeks expedition of works on tanks that were breached and needed repairs Warns of action against

officials who misuse State machinery Insists of quality work in Pulivendula branch canal project Rs.32

crores spent on Buggavaka project

Aids: Focus On Drug Abuse

Urging an immediate linking of drug-use monitoring system with HIV surveillance mechanism, a UN

agency said on Wednesday that any intervention on drug abuse in the North-East of India should

take the high prevalence of HIV/AIDS in this region into . . .

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