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AIDS Stats From Hilly State Of Uttaranchal

Health Minister of Uttaranchal Tilakraj Behad has revealed for the first time the AID statistics from the newly formed state.// There were 48 AIDS patients and 343 HIV positive cases in the state. Uttaranchal is a state whose economy thrives on tourism as it is in the lower Himalayan area with ...

Fresh Polio Case Reported in Jammu

...f fresh cases within the next couple of months." Besides Uttar Pradesh and Bihar, cases reported from other states in 2006 include Haryana (18), uttaranchal (13), Punjab (8), Delhi (6), Maharashtra (5), Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh (3 each). Assam has reported two cases. One case each was reported from...

Psychiatrist's Help Sought to Counsel Children Making Hoax Calls

...gers, aged 15 and 16 years, for making calls about a bomb in west Delhi's Satyam Cineplex. Teenagers of the same ages had called from Tehri Garhwal in uttaranchal threatening to blow up India Gate. "In their age group, some children are categorised under high risk behaviour. They do not apply rational thin...

Organic Farming May Increase The Output Of Apples In Himachal

... but the output has been dropping steadily for farmers," said Samuel B. Moser, a Swiss expert. "The pattern is the same in Jammu and Kashmir and uttaranchal as well," Moser added. "During our weeklong awareness campaign we surprisingly found 80 farmers already practising organic farming on the orchar...

Brinda Karat Receives Legal Notice over Ramdev Issue

...religious disturbances in country.' The notice, which comes after the uttaranchal government's clean chit to Ramdev, asked Karat to apologise unconditionally...o days from the receipt of the notice' or else face legal action. The uttaranchal government had last week said no traces of animal parts or human skulls wer...

Bihar Health Officials Worried As Polio Cases Soar

...polio drops. Of the 64 cases of polio in India in 2005, the highest - 29 - were from Bihar, followed by Uttar Pradesh with 28 cases. Gujarat, uttaranchal and Jharkhand recorded only a few cases. On Sunday, millions of children under five years were given polio drops in a nationwide immunisation ...
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