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Railway Station Contributes to Create Awareness on AIDS

... railway station said: "The railways are trying to relocate all its employees who are staying away from their families as an effort in this direction. But the migrant labour working in the granite industry is responsible for the spread and transmission of HIV in the district," Pasha a vendor on the station ...

Dentists Not Lured By Golden Hello Scheme In The UK

...hat it has failed miserably in getting dentists to relocate to areas where their services are most needed. "The golden hello is payable directly to a new dentist over a two-year period when they join an NHS dental practice in Scotland for the first time. This means a dentist usually qualifies for the grant wh...

Breast Cancer Review Panel Adds Two Experts

... Although Mr Scott has indicated that he would not relocate staff unless investigation reveals some evidence of cancer cluster, staff has resolved to suspend industrial action for the time being. According to Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance (MEAA) Queensland secretary David Waters the staff would awai...

Japanese NGO Assures Rs 75 Lakh for Leprosy Centre Relocation

...hi Jal Board and Municipal Corporation of Delhi to relocate the centre after the allotment of new site, but no funds were made available for relocation, Sasakawa "assured to donate Rs 75 lakh to relocate, reconstruct the leprosy centre," it said. "Since the funds are available, the government has now simply ...

Chennai Set an Example in Implementing Animal Birth Control Successfully

...here have led a 10-year programme to sterilise and relocate dogs, instead of killing them. Animal welfare activists say the Indian pie dog or mongrel is one of the best breeds to keep, it is easy to keep them as pets, and they are good community watch and alarm dogs. In 1995, activists like Shiranee Perei...

NRI Doctors Relocate to India

...d Indian doctors settled abroad are now seeking to relocate to India. The Artemis Health Science (AHS), a premier medical institution in Gurgaon, near India’s capital, New Delhi, says it is getting a lot of enquiries from foreign doctors in the United States and the European Union. Doctors over there wa...

Australian TV Channel to Study Breast Cancer Incidence in Its Women Staff

...d by the ABC and further justified the decision to relocate all staff away from the Toowong site. "We have also accepted the recommendation put forward by Professor Armstrong and the expert panel to conduct a study of breast cancer epidemiology of staff in other capital cities," he said. "This study will...

Ecologists Desperate to Save Dal Lake in Kashmir

...stall a sewage cleaning plant. There are plans to relocate 58 settlements around the lake to a 1,000 acre site. The first 300 families are likely to be rehabilitated by the end of the year. Dal Lake is connected to a number of other lakes of the Kashmir valley. It is well-known for its Shikaras or, house b...

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