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Rapid Response Teams Formed in Madhya Pradesh to Fight Diseases

Madhya Pradesh has constituted rapid response teams to combat diseases of all types in the state. "Rapid response teams have been formed to combat both contagious and non-contagious diseases in the state under the integrated disease surveillance project (IDSP)," Madhya Pradesh health mini...

Miners in Madhya Pradesh at High Risk of Developing TB

The lives of laborers begin from mines and end with tuberculosis in the Chambal region of Madhya Pradesh. Forced to work in illegal stone quarries because they get no other jobs, constant exposure to silica dust puts the laborers at high risk of getting TB. Saharia tribals and backward cl...

Sweltering Heat in Madhya Pradesh Claims Fifteen Lives

The summer sun continued to blaze down on Madhya Pradesh Tuesday, taking temperatures to more than 46 degrees Celsius in the northern parts of the state, as the heat wave claimed six more lives taking the toll to 15. The weather officials had no hope to offer, saying the hot weather would ...

A Village in Madhya Pradesh Achieves Total Sanitation

Tarawata village in Madhya Pradesh's Guna district stands apart from other villages - it's spick and span. This has been made possible through the Total Sanitation// Campaign (TSC) launched by the administration almost six months back. Slogans propagating sanitary habits and cleanliness adorn...

MPs Vow to Fight Malnutrition in Madhya Pradesh

Gwalior, Leaders of various political parties along with activists and film personalities have expressed concern for millions of malnourished children// in Madhya Pradesh and have vowed to fight it. Around 78,000 children in the state are suffering from acute malnutrition and half of them may...

Malnutrition Kills Two Kids In Madhya Pradesh

At least two children have reportedly died from malnutrition in Madhya Pradesh's Gwalior district, child rights activists say //, emblematic of a deep-rooted problem afflicting over 80,000 underprivileged children in this state. While one-year-old Purushottam of Ateri village died Sunday, two-y...

Unsafe Sex, HIV Infected Transfusion Spreading AIDS in Madhya Pradesh

Unsafe sex and transfusion of HIV-infected blood could push Madhya Pradesh from a low-AIDS prevalence state to moderate category, fear health experts. // The number of AIDS-affected people in the state, according to latest figures, has risen from one in 1988 to 1,933 till October 2006. ...

Polio Continues to Haunt Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh is far from declaring itself a polio-free state as another detection has come up - the second in four months. // And this despite the fact that the victim was administered polio drops during five such campaigns conducted in the past. "A fresh polio case has come to light ...

Bribery has Claimed the Life of a Newborn in Madhya Pradesh

A newborn child in a government hospital in Madhya Pradesh allegedly died because his parents didn't have Rs.50 to pay the nurse who refused to tie the umbilical cord.// Ram Milan, the father of the baby boy who died Tuesday, said he had taken his wife to the government hospital in Satna for ...

More than 50,000 Affected by Chikangunya Fever in Madhya Pradesh

Chikangunya, a relatively rare form of mosquito-transmitted viral fever, has assumed epidemic proportions in Madhya Pradesh with about two dozen dead// and 50,000 infected in half a dozen districts, said health department officials. About 35,000 people are suffering from the disease in Betul ...

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38.7 Million People Break Guinness World Record for Stand Up Speak Out on International Day for the Eradication of Poverty

...se visit http://www.standgagainstpoverty.org/press Country Highlights -- In India all over the country people of all ages were standing up. In madhya Pradesh, a state in central India, five million people participated. DAV Schools, the largest public school system of the country, reported 50...
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