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Wily Old Man Undergoes A life Saving Operation With A Worthless Cheque

Roy Thayer’s underwent an emergency life saving operation by writing a no good cheque for a private heart operation.// It was reported that Roy, 77, was warned that the long wait in the NHS list might cost him his life, and he knew that there was no way he could afford to pay for the £6,500 s...

Audi Teamed Up With Star Quarterback Tom Brady and Celebrities to Support People With Intellectual Disabilities

...ived with a special gift to the start line of the 100-mile-ride at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston on Saturday morning presenting a cheque of US $50,000 to Best Buddies founder and chairman Anthony Kennedy Shriver in support of the charity. Riders were then led by an Audi R8 and TT Roadst...

Dr. Ben Berkhout awarded Retrovirology Prize for contribution to HIV research

...The Retrovirology Prize, awarded annually, recognises an outstanding mid-career retrovirologist aged 45 to 60. The prize, which consists of a $3,000 cheque and a crystal trophy, is partly sponsored by the Ming K. Jeang Foundation and alternates between HIV and non-HIV research. Last year's winner was Dr K...

Promote Health Tourism, Say US-Based Malayalis

...est socio-cultural organisation of Malayalis outside Kerala. "We have decided to construct 100 houses for the poor across the state and the first cheque (towards the project) was handed over last week," said Nair. Source-IANS...

Shehnai Maestro Bismillah Khan Hospitalised

... I spoke to him," he said. Last week, the maestro, who was awarded the Bharat Ratna - India's highest civilian honour - in 2001, was presented a cheque of Rs.250,001 as ex-gratia grant from Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav Thursday assured the sheh...

Scheme for Combating Malnourishment in MP Children Yet to Pick Up

... weight at the centre, many parents were disappointed with the result. To encourage women to bring their children to the centre they are given a cheque of Rs.33 every day. They are also asked to bring their husbands along. The men get work at government sites. Siblings are sent to pre-school centres. ...

Donation Of Blood, Organs, Act Of Great Humanity: Shekhawat

... save precious lives, especially that of the poor. Recalling the contribution of late Sunil Dutt, cine star- turned-politician, Shekhawat said a cheque which Dutt had signed to save the life of a patient, a day before he was declared dead, had set an example of great humanity. "Such information ...

Poor Andhra Women Enable Bypass Surgery Paying 50 Paise Each

... state government policies in rural areas. At a function attended by the rural women, West Godavari's district collector Lav Aggarwal presented a cheque for Rs.61,100 to Hemavati and lauded the women's determination to come to the aid of someone in distress. Rao told IANS here: "Fifty paise cannot...
Cheque in Biological News

Karen Beemon wins the 2007 Retrovirology Prize

... It was announced today that Dr Karen Beemon has been awarded the third annual Retrovirology Prize. Dr Beemon will receive a $3000 cheque and a crystal trophy and is interviewed in an article published today in the open access journal Retrovirology. She is Professor and Chair of the Biol...

TWAS announces 2007 prize winners

... TWAS, the academy of sciences for the developing world, has announced the winners of the TWAS Prizes for 2007. Each winner will receive a US$10,000 cheque and be invited to lecture about his or her research at the Academys Silver Jubilee anniversary celebration scheduled to take place in Mexico City from...
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