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Indian Doctors Refuse to Help HIV-positive Woman Deliver: Report

...nd told India's NDTV news channel he carried out the delivery as doctors at meerut Medical College and Hospital in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh shouted... umbilical cord," said the 28-year-old man, described as a poor painter, in meerut town, 65 kilometres (40 miles) from the Indian capital New Delhi. T...

UP Plans to Plant Ten Million Saplings on a Single Day

...terest in afforestation efforts," he added. The target for Lucknow division is one million saplings; for Faizabad division 1.3 million and for meerut division 557,000 saplings. Yadav said it would be one of the most ambitious projects the forest department has undertaken. "Schools, c...

Muslim Leaders Urge Community to Join Anti-Polio Drive

... Muslim leaders of Deoband, meerut and Delhi have issued a joint appeal to the community to participate in the pulse polio campaign to prevent children from becoming a prey to the cripp...

Boy Punished for being HIV positive

...tested HIV positive was tied to his bedpost at the meerut Medical College.The boy had been in juvenile jail in meerut since April after committing a robbery. He tested ... handle AIDS patients. Manvender Singh, ADM, meerut said, "There are no adequate facilities in...

Discovery Of Human Skeletons Could Unfold Facts About By-Gone Ages

...tions, Mishra says. The PGW culture was first discovered and identified in 1950s at the Ahichchatra in Bareilly and subsequently at Hastinapur in meerut where it was denominated by Prof. B B Lal. Since then, a number of major excavations of this culture have been conducted and identified. 'Now, th...

ESMA against striking Medicos

... and Junior doctors who were returning after writing PG Medical Entrance in meerut by meerut Nauchandi Express lead to injuring medicos and eight police recruits. //The...
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