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Newly discovered antibodies raise HIV vaccine hopes

Wednesday 18 December '13

The goal is to isolate antibodies that are broadly effective against the HIV subtype predominant in India, said Dr Rajat Goyal.
‘Will our children now be seen as criminals?’

Thursday 12 December '13

In 2011, filmmaker Chitra Palekar had filed a petition in the Supreme Court.
5,000 people get notices for tampering with energy meters, replacement project on hold

Wednesday 11 December '13

The power utility decided to replace the old energy meters that had been manually operated with new ones that used Radio Frequency (RF) and Infra Red (IR) technologies.
Section 377 verdict today: LGBT community pins hopes on SC

Wednesday 11 December '13

The community hopes SC will decriminalise homosexual relationship between two consenting adults.
Month after rape victims’ scheme, no sign of rehab board

Sunday 8 December '13

The scheme aims to provide Rs t2 lakh to Rs 3 lakh to victims of rape, child abuse and acid attacks.
Wives donate their kidneys to save lives of each other’s husband

Friday 6 December '13

On November 25, they came together to donate their kidneys to save the lives of each other’s husband.
BBC releases policy briefing on 'Health on the move: Can mobile phone save lives?'

Friday 22 November '13

Mobile phones have emerged as a simple solution for improving the survival chances of mothers and babies.
Sex determination racket busted, 3 held

Monday 18 November '13

Adbe then, along with the vigilance officers who were following the couple, caught the doctors red-handed.
Drug trials: Lax regulations cost country dear

Monday 28 October '13

What was once an ample ground for MNCs to outsource phase II and III clinical trials, is now being warily tread upon.
Performance brings to life lesser-known stories from Ramayana on stage today

Saturday 26 October '13

The performance will be a combination of monologues, soliloquies and narratives.
Tracking an emerging, cross-border virus

Thursday 3 October '13

Little known about killer Nipah virus, NIV team seeks to map it on Bangla border.
'My father showed world how to control the mind'

Wednesday 2 October '13

Goenka brought this meditation technique — that can be traced back to the Buddha.
Vipassana helped many sail through critical moments

Wednesday 2 October '13

The course has filled us with a renewed sense of personal and social responsibilities and a deeper understanding of life.
32,000 cases, 100 dengue deaths in India this year

Monday 30 September '13

Death of filmmaker Yash Chopra had created greater panic than Dengue had afflicted on anyone before.
With his marriage site, Dy RTO plays cupid for HIV-positive people

Saturday 28 September '13

Since then he has prepared a database of more than 5,000 such persons.
Pesticide storage facility helps bring down suicide cases: Study

Monday 23 September '13

Study conducted in Tamil Nadu villages was funded by WHO
Pesticide storage facility helps bring down suicide cases: Study

Monday 23 September '13

Study conducted in Tamil Nadu villages was funded by WHO
Panel drafts guidelines for better healthcare to sex abuse victims

Wednesday 28 August '13

According to the report, 51 out of 94 women surveyed were in the age group 0-12 years.


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