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‘Prevention methods can't cope with current rate of HIV infection'
For every person put on anti-retroviral drug, two more become HIV-infected, says IAVI
BJP to bring out vision document for U.P.
LUCKNOW: The Bharatiya Janata Party will prepare a “vision document” for the betterment of Uttar Pradesh in its quest to retain power in the State where its political fortunes have nosedived and the party has not tasted power on ...
Mamata to urge Amartya Sen to take up Chief Mentor post in Presidency varsity
KOLKATA: Nobel Laureate economist Amartya Sen will be approached to take up the post of the Chief Mentor of the Presidency College, which is now a university, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has said. “Professor Sen may be ...
Mamata regime to acquire land in the Sundarbans
KOLKATA: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday announced that as a special project, her government would acquire land for building embankments in the Cyclone Aila-ravaged Sundarbans. She said that while the government ...
MCI asked to check selective abortions
Regular reviews with 18 States that have the most adverse sex ratios is under way
National manufacturing policy shortly, says Anand Sharma
The announcement will follow an inter-Ministerial meeting
Maharashtra Congress gearing for local body elections
Two-day training programme for party workers in Nashik from today
4 killed in Bihar as police open fire on villagers
PATNA: In yet another incident of industrial land dispute in Bihar, four persons, including a woman and a child, were killed and more than a dozen policemen were injured after a pitched battle between villagers and policemen at Forbesganj in ...
Stricter radiation emission guidelines soon: Sachin Pilot
NEW DELHI: Alarmed by the latest World Health Organisation (WHO) report highlighting that mobile phone users may be at increased risk from brain cancer, the Centre on Saturday said it would come soon out with stricter radiation norms for ...
3 HIV-infected sisters commit suicide in Gujarat
AHMEDABAD: Three young girls — all sisters and believed to be infected with HIV — committed suicide by consuming poison in Vartej village in Bhavnagar district of the Saurashtra region of Gujarat. The police said while two of ...
Flutter over comment on India's ‘self-restraint'
SINGAPORE: India on Saturday said “self-restraint” would be difficult to sustain in the event of another terrorist attack like the 26/11 strike against Mumbai. Issuing such a guarded warning to Islamabad, Minister of State ...
Jamshedpur Lok Sabha by-poll on July 1
Ranchi: The Election Commission announced on Friday that the Jamshedpur Lok Sabha by-election would be held on July 1. The Model Code of Conduct will come into force in the district with immediate effect and will be applicable to all ...
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