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Indian Parliamentarians Join to Fight Against TB

...essed. "We are happy over the concern of Indian parliamentarians and hope that their efforts would help people globally in general and Indians in particular in the fight against TB," said Herbert, co-chair of the British Parliamentary Group on Global TB. Jagannath said that they would also suggest that provisi...

British MP Stress the Need to Fight Against TB Jointly With India

...ight against tuberculosis should be a joint one by parliamentarians of Britain and India, visiting British MP Nick Her...ople die of the disease across the globe. We think parliamentarians of Britain and India must work together to curb the health menace," Herbert, a co-chair of the Briti...

Indian MPs to Attend AIDS Conference in Lahore

Ten Indian parliamentarians will attend a two-day conference on AIDS in Lahore...tries." At the conclusion of the conference, the parliamentarians would finalise a "Lahore Declaration" and send it to the governments of the member countries. Sour...

India warned of Impending AIDS Disaster

...rying out. Referring to the recent poll of Indian parliamentarians showing widespread ignorance of HIV, with nearly two-thirds wrongly believing it could be spread by sharing clothes with an infected person, he said, "The interesting counterpoint is that the same thing was done with sex workers in Mumbai and they s...

Diabetics press for additional government involvement in finding cures

...ssembled with their families, to make headway with parliamentarians to press for extensive research into possible cures for the condition. An estimation by the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation chief executive Mike Wilson has shown that almost five Australians a day are diagnosed with the disease which costs the...

PM Stresses Need for More Awareness on Human Sexuality

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh Wednesday urged parliamentarians to help create more awareness on issues related to...easing a report on "Person-to-person advocacy with parliamentarians on population issues", the prime minister warned: "If we don't wake up (to the gravity of the issue)...

WHO acts to reduce the maternal death toll

...ting. Praising the solidarity shown by the African parliamentarians present at the launch, Lady Lucy Kibaki added, "Only by joining forces can we achieve our common goals." As part of its support, WHO is beginning world-wide training for health staff today. A new manual for health planners and providers, Beyond the n...

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