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Bird Flu Vaccine Developed in India Could be Available for 35 Paise per Dose

A vaccine to prevent avian flu developed by a research institute in the central Indian city of Bhopal could be available for 35 paise per dose, amounting to less than a// cent, official sources said. Developed by the High Security Animal Disease Laboratory (HSADL), it is the first vaccine aga...

Poor Andhra Women Enable Bypass Surgery Paying 50 Paise Each

Tens of thousands of poor Andhra women have financed the bypass surgery of a fisherwoman costing Rs 60,000 by contributing 50 paise each.// Thanks to their efforts, B. Hemavati, 35, wife of a fisherman and a mother of two, will undergo a life saving operation at the Tirupati-based Sri Venkates...

Tea Pill, Tea Cola Hitting Markets Soon

...ts will refresh and cheer a person up with nearly the same feeling as having a hot cup of brewed tea." The production cost of a tea pill is 50 paise - the cost could be even cheaper when manufactured in bulk. "The idea to launch the two products in Assam is mainly to get a feedback from con...

100,000 Bird Flu Vaccine Doses to Be Destroyed

...fter the outbreak. "The cost of the vaccine has been worked out at 27 paise per dose. It is expected to go up to 35 paise including the trader's profit and cost of transportation. But it will be fo...

No Takers for India's First Bird Flu Vaccine

...fter the outbreak. "The cost of the vaccine has been worked out at 27 paise per dose. It is expected to go up to 35 paise including the trader's profit and cost of transportation. But it will be fo...

A Soldier's Healing Touch

...urgical departments. The cost of surgeries ranges between Rs. 5,000 and Rs. 8,500 - depending on how complicated they are. A woman is charged 50 paise a day, and supported with Rs. 1.50. "We are also now working out a medical insurance plan for 2,000 poor widows and their children," says Khullar. ABL...

‘Bird flu-free’ India resumes egg expors

... led to he surging of egg prices, according to Valsan. Recently, the egg price has increased from Rs. 1.20 to Rs 1.30 and is likely to increase by 20 paise per egg in a month’s time. India was exporting 3.6 lakh eggs every day, mainly to Gulf countries, prior to the utbreak. ...

Poultry Blues: Blow Hot, Blow Cold Time for Poultry Sector

...onal Egg Coordination Committee chairman for Karnataka, said, 'We are absolutely helpless. It is very unfortunate that the farmers are getting only 45 paise per egg after making so much investment. After Jalagaon reported bird flu, there is little movement in the market.' G Krishnappa, director, In...

Chicken Prices Show an Upward Trend – Consumers, Not Scared Chicken Anymor

...s 28. The broiler price will soon touch Rs 35 a kg shortly. In the case of table eggs, NECC has fixed the procurement price at 85 paise, a 20 paise enhancement from what was last week. The rate is expected to go up. The export of eggs is yet to show improvement as the West Asian Counties are stil...
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