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Australian Court Finds Man Guilty of Spreading HIV/AIDS

...e virus. One of the omen alleged that Parenzee was indifferent to the fact that he could have infected the women, "He said he couldn't give a s**t," the woman said. "He didn't care if she was sick or not." Parenzee said he had not told people about his infection since he feared rejection, "I had lost friends and...

Dead Body on Hospital Bed for Four Days

Angered by the indifferent attitude of health bosses who have told staff to leave corpses on wards, a widow whose husband's body was left on a hospital bed for four days//, lashed out at them saying that she was sickened by the Evening Telegraph revelation that cash-strapped b...

Act Now To Cleanse Highly Polluted River Hindon, Says Study

...lluted rivers due to callous industries as well as indifferent authorities and is causing serious diseases // , says a new study. A once clean river has been reduced to a trunk sewer passing through urban towns, carrying a heavy load of pesticides released both from factories as well as agricultural run off fr...

370,000 AIDS Cases in Russia

...id, besides financial issues, the major problem is indifferent publicity, cantering on attacking free sex as an immoral act, rather than a focus on protection. Specialist Mijail Rukavishnikov said a vigorous anti-AIDS campaign could not take off because of the absence of a well-coordinated programme. Source-...

Koirala's Temptation and Gamble

...me Minister Girija Prasad Koirala who, despite his indifferent health and much against doctor's advice, //couldn't "resist the temptation" of coming to the SAARC summit. Addressing the opening session of the 14th SAARC summit Monday, Koirala, the elder statesman of Nepal, also used the occasion to confess to t...

Koreans in Canada Feel Put Down by Subtle Racism

...nalized racism, seem to be in a position to remain indifferent or fight back violently, in any case dont any sleep over the White arrogance, Asians seem caught off guard. "It's easier to shrug off overt discrimination," Noh said. "You can attribute it to irrational behavior on the part of the other person. You...

Drug Patent Compulsory Licensing

.... Myth No. 2: Pharmaceutical companies should be indifferent to compulsory licensing so long as "reasonable" remuneration is available. Compulsory licensing supporters say that pharmaceutical companies should be satisfied with payments that allow them to break even or turn a small profit, but Cahoy argues t...

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