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Raven-Symone and Vivica A. Fox Play for the American Red Cross on NBC's Celebrity Family Feud

Celebrity Family Feud Premieres on NBC on Tuesday, June 24 at 8pm (ET)/7pm (CT) WASHINGTON, June 23 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Musician/Actress Raven-Symone and Vivica A. Fox, will be playing in the star studded game show, "Celebrity Family Feud" on NBC to benefit the Red Cross. Raven-Symone...

Stern action against AIIMS Medicos, warns Ramadoss

...duct. The decision followed a public spat between the minister and the director, though Ramadoss insisted that the current controversy was not a feud between him and Venugopal. "The resolution was passed by 12 members favoring it and three against it," he said. Venugopal, a renowned heart ...

Another Senior Doctor From AIIMS Contemplates Leaving Due to Infighting

...sagreement over the issue of autonomy of the institute, with the Delhi High Court having asked for their versions of the dispute. In the ongoing feud between the director and the health minister, the former had accused the ministry of eroding the autonomy of the AIIMS, the minister had retorted back...

Flu Shots Not Mandatory For Nurses

...was right and "was acting within his authority and plausibly interpreted the nurses' contract." The hospital and the nurses are involved in an ongoing feud since September 2004 over the mandatory vaccination policy instituted by the hospital. Dr. Robert Rakita, chief of infectious diseases for Virginia Ma...
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