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Policemen face trouble fighting malaria

Malaria has killed one policeman and affected at least 20 deployed to fight Maoist extremists in Orissa's Sambalpur district, a policeman said Saturday. The state government has deployed over a hundred men of the Orissa State Armed Polic...

Girl Students Sexually Harassed by Security Forces in Nepal

...as well as Kathmandu. A recent incident involved a policeman posted in a barracks inside a school in Kathmandu marrying a minor student. It shows the spread of an unhealthy trend." When the Maoist guerrillas started their People's War in February 1996 to abolish monarchy and turn Nepal into a communist repub...

Over 50 Vietnamese Girls Faint Due to Mass 'Hysteria'

...ed here in the district," said Luong Thanh Nhan, a policeman in Vietnam's southern An Giang province. "It was not the food or the environment which caused the incident." The director of the medical centre in Thoai Son district said the 51 girls who fainted suffered from "hysteria", reported the Thanh Nien ne...

No Respite for Rajasthan from Heat Wave

...ns, resembling a curfew-like situation," a traffic policeman said. Most people have changed their daily routine to avoid the sun - preferring to venture out early and return home late after the sun has gone down. "I try to do my door-to-door sales either before 10 a.m. or after 6 p.m.," said Ramveer Singh,...

Australia Agonising Over the Problem of Cocaine Use by Lawyers

...h a complaint had been made about a policeman, the policeman would have been drug tested. He claimed "(The bar) is more intent on protecting the 'reputation' of the bar than protecting the public". A senior counsel claimed earlier this week that cocaine use was "rife" at the bar and had almost replaced alcoh...

Cops Fine Doherty for Littering

...ts to find papers that could prove who he was. The policeman gave him a stern ticking-off, then issued him with the fine. It looked like he got a severe warning, the Sun quoted the source, as saying. A police spokesperson also confirmed that the 28-year-old was fined a sum of 100 pounds. The trip to the cl...

WBC Selective About Sugar

...(WBC) form an integral part of blood. They are the policeman guarding our internal body. They protect our body from various kinds of infections caused by bacteria and fungi by spotting and wiping out any intruder that invades the body. A new study shows that neutrophils may in fact differentiate between their ...

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