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Tuesday, August 01, 2006


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From July  26, 2006  to August 01, 2006

Rising Aids Cases Ring Alarm Bells

Integrated counselling and testing centres to be put up Increase in awareness levels brings more cases to light Adilabad enters the `worst-affected' zone.

Balanced Diet Key To Tackling Aids
Nutritional care will help HIV-positives' Balanced diet improves response to treatment and retards growth of the disease, says dietician Regular exercise recommended for patients. 

Career Guidance Programme Launched

Rotary Club of Pollachi on Saturday launched its year-long career guidance programme for higher secondary school students of Pollachi Educational District. 

Intensive Salt Testing Campaign Launched

An intensive iodised salt testing campaign was launched at Pazhayapet here on Saturday. 

Sindh To Launch Rs731m Project: Women’S Health

The government of Sindh plans to launch a Rs731.8 million six-year project to improve health of women and children in rural areas of the province, an official source told Dawn here on Saturday. 

N.Korean Missile Broke Up Soon After Launch - Reports

The Taepodong-2 long-range missile test-fired by North Korea on July 5 broke up and fell back to earth just after its launch, making its flight much shorter than previously believed, media reports said on Sunday. 

Cpi(m) Volunteers Launch Padayatra

Focusses on hardships faced by people in getting essential commodities.

Cpi(m) Launches Signature Campaign Against Israel

To submit memorandum to the Prime Minister on Friday. 

Rural Productivity Mission Launched In State

The National Productivity Council has launched it as a pilot project. 

Loyola College Launches Two New Journals

A students' bi-annual `Loyalite' and `Transactions', featuring contributions by senior academics, launched . 

District Panchayat To Launch Development Projects

Coconut, education, SC ST colonies top the list of projects. 

`Gram Swaraj' Project To Be Launched In January

It will cover 1,343 gram panchayats in most backward areas World Bank to give Rs. 564-crore loan: C.M. Udasi Government to invest Rs. 61 crore Each gram panchayat will get a grant of Rs. 38 lakh. 

Catholic Syrian Bank Launches Global Support Card

Offered in association with VISA, it has a card-to-card money transfer facility.  

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