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National <strong>AIDS</strong> programme to continue as Central scheme: JP Nadda

National AIDS programme to continue as Central scheme: JP Nadda

02 Dec 2015

New Delhi: Asserting the government's commitment towards the fight against AIDS, Union Health Minister JP Nadda yesterday said that the National AIDS Control Programme will continue as a Central Sector Scheme 1.

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PM Modi to distribute <strong>aids</strong> to differently-abled in Varanasi

PM Modi to distribute aids to differently-abled in Varanasi

21 Jan 2016

Varanasi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be highlighting the need to ensure a life of dignity for the differently-abled with distribution of aids among nearly 8,000 people here tomorrow.

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Shruti croons for <strong>AIDS</strong> awareness

Shruti croons for AIDS awareness

13 Dec 2014

Mumbai: Actress and singer Shruti Hassan, daughter of actor-filmmaker Kamal Hassan, has given her voice for an online campaign for AIDS awareness.

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Myths that need to die down about HIV

Myths that need to die down about HIV

01 Dec 2015

New Delhi: HIV-AIDS is considered to be a big taboo in the society. From the cure to its treatment, people believe in some presumed notions and myths about the deadly disease. As the world celebrates December 1 as the Aids Day, we bring you some of the most common myths that people follow blindly which actually needs to be taken care off:

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World <strong>AIDS</strong> Day: 11 intrinsic facts about HIV in India

World AIDS Day: 11 intrinsic facts about HIV in India

01 Dec 2015

New Delhi: It is yet another World AIDS Day where HIV prevention or rather elimination has been a hot topic since it has taken shape of an epidemic. In India, HIV is a stigma even though many awareness campaigns have been orgnaised by both government and non-governmental orgnaisations. People keep off from HIV infected patients resulting in a major hurdle for its treatment and elimination at large.

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Suspected ISI agent gets financial <strong>aids</strong> from Srinagar, gulf countries

Suspected ISI agent gets financial aids from Srinagar, gulf countries

03 Dec 2015

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Police said the money in the account of suspected ISI agent Mohammad Eizaz, who was arrested from Meerut on November 27, was deposited from Srinagar and gulf countries.

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India risks backsliding on success against HIV-UN envoy

India risks backsliding on success against HIV-UN envoy

10 Oct 2015

NEW DELHI: New HIV infections in India could rise for the first time in more than a decade because states are mismanaging a prevention programme by delaying payments to health workers, the United Nations envoy for AIDS in Asia and the Pacific said.

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<strong>AIDS</strong>-related illnesses killed 2.1 lakh children in 2012: Report

AIDS-related illnesses killed 2.1 lakh children in 2012: Report

01 Dec 2013

New Delhi: At least 2,10,000 children died from AIDS-related illnesses in 2012, according to a report by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF).

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PM Modi distributes <strong>aids</strong> to differently-abled people during his visit to Varanasi

PM Modi distributes aids to differently-abled people during his visit to Varanasi

22 Jan 2016

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi highlighted the need to ensure a life of dignity for the differently-abled while distributing aids among nearly 8,000 people in his parliamentary constituency Varanasi today.

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Gorilla origins of two <strong>AIDS</strong> virus lineages confirmed: Study

Gorilla origins of two AIDS virus lineages confirmed: Study

03 Mar 2015

Washington: Two of the four known groups of human AIDS viruses originated in western lowland gorillas in Cameroon, scientists said.

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