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Napoleon Love Letter Seduces Bidders at Manuscript Auction

...ment. The Indian government had been planning to bid for the letter, written 19 days before Gandhi was shot dead on January 30, 1948 by a Hindu fanatic who opposed his tolerance towards Muslims. Christie's said the executors of Albin Schram had agreed to withdraw the Gandhi manuscript from Tuesday's ...

Chinese Mayor Urges Residents to Stop Buying Cars

... his 11 million residents to stop buying cars in a bid to ease worsening traffic and pollution woes, state media reported Friday. The booming southern city of Shenzhen, just across from the border from Hong Kong, now has more than one million cars, with 90,000 new cars registered already this year, th...

Indian Minister Laments Country's Lack of Sex Education

...n out of 29 states to introduce sex education in a bid to spread awareness of AIDS and condoms as well as family planning. The Council of Boards of Education of India, which sets the teaching curriculum for schools, has prepared a package on sex education, according to a Times of India report earlier t...

Scientists Revealed the Key Molecule That Controls Pain

...oeboid organisms commonly called slime moulds in a bid to gain greater insight into these pain molecules, known as P2X receptors. In humans, P2X receptors look identical to one another and so scientists have had difficulty understanding how they function, said Dr Chris Thompson, who carried out the rese...

Spain Announces Cash-for-kid Payments to Boost Birth Rate

...ies 2,500 euros (3,200 dollars) per new child in a bid to raise the flagging birth rate . First Deputy Prime Minister Maria Teresa Fernandez de la Vega said following Friday's cabinet meeting the measure would be presented to parliament in November for likely final adoption in December, when payments w...

Village Panchayat in Tamil Nadu Bans Tobacco Consumption

...n who was addicted to chewing tobacco products has bid adieu to Lady Nicotine, and over the past one week, he is rejoicing over his freedom from this unhealthy habit. During his leisure time, Nagendran, a farmer, criss-crosses the five villages with a loud speaker to persuade people to avoid tobacco de...

Queensland Hospitals Reeling Under Norovirus Attack

...itals to reduce activity in a number of wards in a bid to curtail the spread of the virus. In the Cairns Base Hospital, another 25 patients and staff caught the virus over three days last week. Dr Tony Allworth, RBWH's Infectious Diseases director, said the hospital had diverted admissions away from co...

UK Licensing Law Changes Have Trebled Overnight Alcohol Related Visits to Emergency Care

...vember 2005. The legislation was introduced in a bid to curb the amount of binge drinking and associated crime and disorder, and boost public safety. The study findings are based on emergency care visits to one inner city London teaching hospital across two separate months, before and after the change...

'Sweet Herb' may Be Green Gold for Paraguay

...ng on a gold mine, authorities are now launching a bid to win international recognition as the stevia plant's country of origin....

Government to Toughen Its Anti-smoking Laws

...danger throughout the country," said Dasmunsi. A bid by the ministry to enforce a ban on smoking scenes in films last year met with stiff opposition from filmmakers. A blanket ban is yet to come into effect. The Health Ministry has also been trying to stipulate a pictorial warning on all tobacco prod...

Sunita Returns June 21 After 194-day Record Space Odyssey

...six other astronauts who came June 10 to fetch her bid farewell to her replacement Clayton Anderson and two Russian cosmonauts on the International Space Station (ISS) before the hatches between their spaceship and the station closed at 6.51 p.m. Monday (4.21 a.m. IST Tuesday). "I'm sad to say goodbye,...

Phase II Data Show Efficacy and Tolerability of Tapentadol in Chronic Pain Treatment

...g, 200 mg, oxycodone HCl CR 20 mg, or placebo, all bid (twice daily). Patients who received tapentadol ER 200 mg bid experienced a significant improvement in pain intensity compared to patients in the placebo group (p...

Charity Slot Machines a Thing of the Past in Norway

...uthorities are about to put an end to that. In a bid to combat gambling addiction, the Norwegian state ...s. But authorities have decided to intervene in a bid to help the 71,000 or so Norwegians -- 1.5 percent of the population -- who are addicted to gambling...

Kenya Says HIV/AIDS Rate Drops to 5.9 Percent

...for life-prolonging anti-retroviral drugs in a new bid to fight the deadly disease. Since 1984, at least 1.5 million people are said to have died from AIDS in Kenya, according to health ministry estimates....

Extradition Nears for Indian Origin Rogue Surgeon Dr. Death

...as the most significant development to date in the bid to have him returned to Brisbane for a criminal trial. Dr. Patel fled to the US on April 1 2005 after allegations of medical incompetence were raised in the Queensland parliament. Last November, warrants were issued for his arrest on a number of...

World Bank Loans Kenya 80 Million Dollars to Boost War on AIDS

...or life-prolonging anti-retroviral drugs, in a new bid to fight the disease....

Shisha Owners Mobilise Against July 1 Smoking Ban in England

...ter pipes to smoke tobacco are waging an 11th-hour bid for an exemption to a smoking ban that comes into force in England on Sunday. Without the shisha, narguila or hookah, as the water pipes are variously called, dozens of restaurants will lose their main appeal to tourists, while shisha joints will ...

Paid Maternity Leave Pushed By Australian Rights Activists

...nity Commission, John von Doussa, while reviving a bid for paid maternity leave to be put on the Federal Government's agenda, termed the failure to set up a universal scheme an "unfortunate policy" and plainly wrong. As of now, pregnant women in Australia are legally entitled to a year's unpaid leave,...

Chhattisgarh to Launch Polio Campaign for Laborers Kids

...state get rid of polio disease completely. "In a bid to make Chhattisgarh polio disease free, the government will immunize kids across the state in association with dozens of NGOs (non-government organizations) and private organizations under a special drive from May 20-22," an official statement said ...

First Human Case of Bird Flu Confirmed in Vietnam Since 2005

...ome chicken. Vietnam has this month detected new bid flu outbreaks in poultry in five provinces nationwide, including Son La, Nam Dinh and Quang Ninh in the north; Nghe An in central Vietnam and Can Tho in the south. Vietnam once had the highest number of human bird flu fatalities, with 42 people hav...

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