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The romantic legacy of an AIDS victim ended up in tragedy

...iends, neighbours and even family members socially boycotting them after she was diagnosed as HIV positive. It was alleged that Basanti was even prevented from boarding a cycle rickshaw by some neighbours because of her infection and no one wanted to provide the couple with a vehicle for taking her to hospital ...

All Set To Face the Avian Flu?

...dities, tourism and trade would recede and lead to boycotting of work. The virus is already being detected in domestic fowl in various countries. The IMF said that the business continuity planning will play a very critical component in preventing a crisis in the financial sector. But not many countries have...

Uproar against the Government’s Proposed Quot

...he medical students and their supporters have been boycotting their classes for the past one week. They have also asked the principals and students to support for their cause against the proposed hike in the OBC quotas. Student representative of the youth for equality Shubham Garg said they are seeking that sup...

Cardinal Calls For Legal Response Against 'Da Vinci Code'

...aid to have been voiced 10 days after a demand for boycotting of film was voiced by yet another Vatican cardinal. Expressing that other religions would not remain passive when their beliefs are offended, both cardinals called for a strong response from Christians. The documentary, made by noted filmmaker Mari...

Health Services Returning To Normal

... strike while their friends in Karnataka continued boycotting classes today and took out rallies to create awareness on their demand among public, according to representatives of Youth for Equality. In the second phase of the stir to be launched in the state from June three, the medical services would be kept ...

Ostracized HIV-affected Widow Turns to Begging

... Villagers and even her in-laws immediately began boycotting her. Dilip Kumar Parida, a social activist, said the locals believed that AIDS is transmitted even if one interacts with an infected person. Abandoned by her in-laws, a villager said, Sukanti and her son took refuge in a deserted grain storehouse. ...

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