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Kerala school shuts door on HIV-positive children
June 5, 2004
When questioned, a teacher said: "Their days are numbered, what is the point in giving them education?"
NE soldiers may face mandatory HIV tests
December 31, 2005
The AFMS is also awaiting approval for a proposal to create a DNA database of all armed forces personnel.
AIDS evades clampdown in NE
May 24, 2005
Malsawmdawngu & Irene were the first in Mizoram to go public that they were
Black women more likely to be infected with AIDS in US
April 5, 2004
A black woman is 23 times more prone to AIDS due to higher rate of
among blacks, says a study.
Govt to engage HIV positive people in AIDS policymaking
March 8, 2004
India may soon involve the
infected in anti-AIDS projects to make such policies more effective.
Jailed Chinese doctor gets AIDS-fighting prize
September 13, 2002
A Chinese doctor imprisoned for exposing his government's efforts to cover up an AIDS infection scandal was on Thursday ...
'Be patient and cool'
March 20, 2003
England great Geoff Boycott has lent his support to India's bid to win the World Cup, advising captain Sourav Ganguly in ...
Test reports of suspected SARS patient soon
May 9, 2003
Serum test reports of Harish Murjani, the
feared to be suffering from SARS is expected later this evening, offic ...
Suspected SARS case diagnosed negative
May 3, 2003
admitted to Jaipur Hospital with suspected SARS symptoms was discharged after his medical tests proved negativ ...
Patient admitted in hospital
May 1, 2003
was suffering from the upper respiratory tract infection followed by high fever, mild chest pain besides bre ...
First SARS case in Tamil Nadu reported
April 30, 2003
Tamil Nadu has now come under the shadow of the dreaded SARS, with a 34-year-old
proving positive in CMC hospita ...
Pune doctor charges govt of SARS fraud
May 2, 2003
The doctor who treated first SARS
charged state officials with giving out pollution masks, instead of clinical o ...
SARS: Centre blames officials for spread
May 1, 2003
The Centre said Mumbai officials allowed the first SARS
to leave the hospital even before the tests reports were ...
HIV+kids: Carriers by accident, victimised by choice
December 5, 2003
Kerala. God's own country. The state with near cent per cent literacy. Yet in the same state five young children below t ...
My organisation, Action India, provides care to positive people: Nafisa Ali
December 2, 2003
Activist and actress Nafisa Ali has been known for her AIDS activism for a while now. Her organisation Action India is d ...
Why #BoycottPK makes no sense at all
I thought he was a friend, but he raped me: Delhi medical student
Shaken, not stirred: Bond to return to vodka in Spectre
Belgian PM left smelling of mayo after fries attack
China charges Jackie Chan's son over drug offence, to face trial
PK review: Aamir Khan, Rajkumar Hirani's attempt to create a better world
Peshawar attack mastermind is Umar Mansoor, father of 3
'You are beyond evil': Anupam Kher to militants behind Peshawar attack
CAT results delayed, students fret
Khobragade stripped of duties, denies breaking rules
Spy agencies' failure resulted in 26/11 Mumbai attacks: Report
Poll results tomorrow: Can BJP make its mark in J-K?
In their first meet with PM, Left attacks Trinamool over Saradha
An airline is born: Can Vistara soar while others bleed?
Jharkhand: 2 minors gang-raped, one dies
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