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Tuesday, March 06,  2007

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From February 28, 2007  to March 06, 2007

Mp Cong Sees ‘Indecency’ In Aids Campaign

The Sangh Parivar may have earned itself a reputation for prudery, but in Madhya Pradesh, the

Congress is giving it a healthy challenge by opposing photographs of human anatomy used in

adolescence education programmes in schools . . .

Rs.5 Crore For Yelagiri Hills Development

Development works including improvement of tourism infrastructure are to be undertaken at Yelagiri

Hills at a cost of Rs. 5 crore during 2007-08. The Bhoomi Pooja for the works was performed in the

presence of Vellore Collector Dharmendra Pratap . . .

Dharna For Development Of Libraries In Twin Cities

Members of Yuva Samata Sena staged a dharna in Dharwad on Friday demanding that the public

libraries in the twin cities be developed.

Campaign For Inclusive Education Launched

Chrysallis Performance Arts Centre on Saturday launched a nationwide campaign favouring inclusive

education by bringing together children with and without disabilities.

State To Focus On Development Of Rural Infrastructure At Nabard Meet

Focus paper to be presented at NABARD seminar tomorrow Meet to discuss credit potential under

farm, non-farm sub-sectors Officials told to base paper on credit plans prepared by NABARD

Review On Hiv Status In State Brings Cheer To Ngos

Prophylactic usage among sex workers improves Prevalence of HIV remains between 1.5 and 2 per

cent 32,000 women are HIV+ out of 16 lakh deliveries performed every year

Intensive Vector Control To Be Launched

The City Corporation council on Wednesday decided to take up an integrated mosquito control

programme to contain vector- borne diseases.

Development Works Stalled In Alappuzha: Opposition

The Opposition UDF leaders in Alappuzha municipality alleged here on Thursday that all development

works in the LDF-ruled municipality had come to a standstill.

Rs 15,000 Cr For Gujarat Tribal Development

In a step apparently aimed at countering Congress’ thrust in the tribal region of the State, Chief

Minister Narendra Modi unveiled a grand Rs 15,000 crore plan for tribal development, in the State

Assembly on Tuesday.  

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