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<strong>India</strong> accounts for 26 percent of TB cases in world: WHO

India accounts for 26 percent of TB cases in world: WHO

12 Oct 2011

India accounts for one quarter of all tuberculosis cases in the world though the disease has shown a decline globally for the first time, according to provisional figures released by the World Health Organisation.

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One million kids suffer from TB annually: Study

One million kids suffer from TB annually: Study

24 Mar 2014

Washington: As the world observes World TB Day on Monday, a shocking research reveals that despite improved medication and government’s initiative as well as aid agencies' efforts, the number of children suffering from tuberculosis (TB) annually has doubled since 2011.

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 Unfortunate that women with TB discriminated in society: Amitabh Bachchan

Unfortunate that women with TB discriminated in society: Amitabh Bachchan

11 Sep 2015

Mumbai: Megastar Amitabh Bachchan today decried the stigma being attached to young women in society who are diagnosed with tuberculosis.

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TB rate going down, but not fast enough to meet WHO target

TB rate going down, but not fast enough to meet WHO target

11 Jan 2015

Kolkata: India is unlikely to reach the WHO target of elimination of tuberculosis (TB) by 2050 going by the rate at which incidence of the disease is declining in the country.

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Dengue cases in <strong>India</strong> underreported by 282 times: Study

Dengue cases in India underreported by 282 times: Study

08 Oct 2014

Washington: The annual number of dengue cases in India is 282 times higher than what is officially reported, and the disease inflicts an economic burden on the country of at least USD 1.11 billion each year, according to a new scientific study published on Wednesday.

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Ex-Nepal PM rules out <strong>prevalence</strong> of anti-<strong>India</strong> sentiments in Nepal

Ex-Nepal PM rules out prevalence of anti-India sentiments in Nepal

14 Jun 2013

Former Prime Minister of Nepal Sher Bahadur Deuba on Thursday said India is capable of dealing with Maoists on its own, ruling out any possible joint action to deal with the Left extremists.

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First Global Summit on looming co-epidemic of diabetes and <strong>tuberculosis</strong> organised

First Global Summit on looming co-epidemic of diabetes and tuberculosis organised

02 Nov 2015

Bali: The first Global Summit on the looming co-epidemic of Diabetes and Tuberculosis begin today in Bali. The summit is organised by the Union against tuberculosis and lung disease along with Government of Indonesia and World Diabetes Foundation.

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 <strong>Tuberculosis</strong> ranks alongside HIV as leading killer worldwide: WHO report

Tuberculosis ranks alongside HIV as leading killer worldwide: WHO report

29 Oct 2015

Geneva: In 2014, tuberculosis (TB) killed 1.5 million people, 400,000 of whom were HIV-positive, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Wednesday, ranking the disease alongside HIV as a leading killer worldwide.

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<strong>India</strong> spent Rs 500 crore on TB treatment in last fiscal

India spent Rs 500 crore on TB treatment in last fiscal

25 Nov 2014

New Delhi: India spent Rs. 500 crore (Rs.5 billion/ USD 81 million) in fiscal 2013-14 on the treatment of tuberculosis, including providing free medicines, Health Minister J.P. Nadda said on Tuesday.

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Treating drug resistant TB biggest challenge for <strong>India</strong>

Treating drug resistant TB biggest challenge for India

06 Aug 2014

New Delhi: The biggest challenge for India is to treat drug resistant tuberculosis (TB), a Health Ministry official said on Wednesday.

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