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WHO’s asking :Is There Light At The End Of The Tunnel In Tajikistan

The helm of affairs at the World Health Organization's (WHO) mission in Tajikistan, Santino Severoni, has an unenviable agenda in front of him. Tajikistan is reeling under a malnourished public health system, // bruised after the five –year civil war, and has left a trail of devastation that is calling for urgent remedy. ....Severoni, 42, a key contributor as a surgeon in Somalia, Sudan, Kenya,...

Visitors At Taj Can Now Avail Of Medical Facilities

A twisted ankle or sudden palpitations while sightseeing around the Taj Mahal will now be promptly attended to by doctors stationed //in the complex of the 17th century monument to love. ....The Archaeological Survey of India has agreed to a request by the Uttar Pradesh Tourism Development Corp to provide space for a medical centre in the Taj complex... ..Medical facilities will also be made ava...

Taj Mahal is Enveloped by Pollution and a Foul Smell

A campaign may be on to list Taj Mahal in the new Seven Wonders of the World, but the monument is enveloped in a haze of dust and smog. .........Environmentalists and historians, worried that the soot and fumes will eventually turn the gleaming white Taj Mahal black, have raised an alarm for saving the monument. .........Sugam Anand, a historian with Agra University, says the Taj needs correctiv...

Taj Mahal, Symbol of Love - New Seven Wonders of the World

The Taj Mahal, a marvel in marble, and a symbol of love continues to enjoy its positions one of the New Seven Wonders of the World. ......The tomb of Mumtaj has charmed many throughout the last four centuries and is a world heritage UNESCO site. ... ...The new list of seven wonders function was celebrated on 7.7.07 at Lisbon. The announcement was made at a star-studded ceremony in Lisbons Benf...
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