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Ostracised Woman Cremated Her AIDS-Affected Husband Alone

A woman belonging to a village in Bihar was left for herself to cremate the body of her husband, who had died of AIDS, as nobody turned up// give a helping hand. The widow dragged his body to the backyard of her hut and performed his last rites herself. Grief-stricken Dhanua Devi (named changed)...

Specimens in BODY WORLDS Exhibitions Stem Primarily from German Body Donation Program

...the interview conducted entirely in English (Dr. von Hagens' second language), he said that he had "stopped using bodies from China," and that "he had cremated some bodies that showed head injuries." His incomplete statements -- presented without context or chronology -- led some to conclude that he had once ...

HIV-infected Indian Worker in Bahrain Dies

..., told the newspaper: "The family has sent us word that they would like him cremated and we are already making arrangements for that. The body will be cremated in Bahrain soon." Poshanna's case had came to light when he was admit...

First Human Bird-Flu Death Confirmed In China

...nd from bird flu in the world's most populous country. A 12-year-old girl died Oct 17 in central Hunan province with symptoms of bird flu, but she was cremated and not enough blood was drawn beforehand to carry out the high level of testing that the World Health Organisation (WHO) requires to confirm a bird-f...
Cremated in Biological News

Deep heat solution to 500-million year mystery

...e details such as gills, guts and even eyes. Alex Page said: "This provides a whole new theory for how fossils form. The deep heating may not have cremated them, but it certainly left them stone baked" Once an ancient sea bed, the Burgess shale were formed shortly after life suddenly became more comple...

Montana State University research reaches Supreme Court of India

...said it has become a soup of pollution. "It's a beautiful river. It's just really mucked up," he commented. The river contains untreated sewage, cremated remains, chemicals and disease-causing microbes, the researchers said. Cows wade in the river. People wash their laundry in it and drink from it. For...
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