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Woman Army Officer Commits Suicide in Jammu and Kashmir

Jammu, An Indian Army captain posted in Jammu and Kashmir has allegedly committed suicide in her home here. Police sources here said Captain Megha Razdan of the Engineering Regiment was found hanging by her husband Captain Chetanya Razdan at their home in the army quarters at Kunjwani on t...

HIV/AIDS on Rise in Jammu and Kashmir

HIV and AIDS infections have shown a sharp rise in Jammu and Kashmir. Official records say HIV/AIDS cases have shot up from two in 1999 to 745 now, reports Grassroots Features. // Although the state lies in a low prevalence risk zone, with an infection rate among the high-risk and low-risk gro...

Bird Flu Alert In Jammu And Kashmir

As if the fear of water-borne infections is not enough, bird flu alert has been sounded in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. People have been warned not to buy and accept birds//. Migratory birds are believed to be the carriers of Bird flu, it said adding, the Wildlife Department is working to asc...

Fresh Polio Case Reported in Jammu

In a worrying development, Jammu and Kashmir has reported its first case of polio after remaining free of the crippling disease for two years even as 14 cases were// detected across India in December-end. With the new cases, the number of children afflicted with the disease touched 624 in 200...

Kashmir Battles Alarming Increase in Suicides

... There has been an alarming rise in the number of suicides ever since a separatist campaign erupted in jammu and Kashmir way back in 1989 . Unfortunately, most such incidents have gone unnoticed. Although police records show that there were 736 cases ...

Delhi Sees the Sun but Turns Cloudy Again

...us, he said. IMD also predicted that the rains would be here for some time as they are caused by cyclonic disturbances that are currently over jammu and Kashmir. "The cyclonic disturbances have not yet subsided so the weather will remain pleasant for some time," added the met official. ...

Women's Separatist Group Opposes Sex Education in Kashmir

...said there were no plans to introduce sex education in schools. The jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education fixes the curriculum for the local sc...s for sex education in the state," said Nisar A. Ganai, the chairman of the jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education. "The general guideline (of ...

PM to Convene NDC Meet to Discuss Healthcare

...esh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Punjab and Uttarakhand. The states which have so far not performed well in the implementation of NRHM programmes are jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Manipur, Nagaland and Uttar Pradesh. ...

Electropathy Doctors in Kashmir Decry Government Apathy

...e that Amchis, doctors practicing the Tibetan traditional medicine widely prevalent in Ladakh region, are anyway recognised by the State Government in jammu and Kashmir and have been given jobs in government hospitals. ...

Counseling For Medical And Dental Seats Allotment Through Videoconferencing

...the Honble Supreme Court of India. In this allotment system, all MCI recognized Medical & Dental colleges (except in the states of Andhra Pradesh and jammu &Kashmir) participate. First round of seat allotment for the MBBS/BDS courses start on 15th June 2007 and will end on 26th June, 07. Total ...
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Cadila Pharmaceuticals Launches Joint Venture With Novavax in India

...-of-the-art manufacturing facilities conforming to the most stringent international norms at Dholka, Ankleshwar, Kadi and Hirapur in Gujarat; Samba in jammu and Kashmir and Addis Ababa in Ethiopia. Cadila Pharmaceuticals has recently emerged on the World map with the development of Polycap -- a novel and ...
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