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Thrilled Afghans sing 'Yamma Yamma' to celebrate as Indian dam project nears completion

Aug 05, 2015

Thrilled Afghans sing 'Yamma Yamma' to celebrate as Indian dam project nears completion

India's major reconstruction project in Afghanistan, the Salma Dam, is nearing completion, and water has started filling up its reservoirs, delighting Afghan residents #NewsTracker #Afghanistan #Bollywood Songs #Abdullah Abdullah #Salma Dam #India foreign aid
India's HIV research pioneer Dr Suniti Solomon passes away at 76

Jul 29, 2015

India's HIV research pioneer Dr Suniti Solomon passes away at 76

Indian HIV researcher pioneer Dr Suniti Solomon, the first to bring to the world the prevalence of the infection in India in 1986 and one who successfully led research into the treatment of the deadly virus, passed away at 76. #India #Tamil Nadu #NewsTracker #HIV #Chennai #AIDS #USA #research #HIV infection #Suniti Solomon #Christian Medical College
Tripura to give allowances to female domestic workers, transgenders, AIDS patients

Jul 28, 2015

Tripura to give allowances to female domestic workers, transgenders, AIDS patients

The Left Front government in Tripura on Tuesday announced monthly allowances for female domestic workers, transgenders, leprosy and AIDS patients and anganwadi workers. #India #NewsTracker #Tripura #Allowance #Domestic workers #transgenders #AIDS Patients
First UN food aid ship in 4 months reaches southern port in war-torn Yemen

Jul 21, 2015

First UN food aid ship in 4 months reaches southern port in war-torn Yemen

A ship carrying desperately needed relief supplies docked in Aden on Tuesday, the first UN vessel to reach the southern Yemeni city in four months of fighting, its governor said. #NewsTracker #UN #Yemen #food aid #War #Emergency aid
New HIV infections down by 20 percent in India, says UN

Jul 15, 2015

New HIV infections down by 20 percent in India, says UN

India has been able to achieve a more than 20 per cent decline in new HIV infections between 2000 and 2014, reversing the spread of the virus. #India #NewsTracker #AIDS #HI #Virus #Decline #Disease #HIV infections
Flavours, colours, designs: Condom manufacturers experiment with it all as good old Nirodh loses out

Jul 12, 2015

Flavours, colours, designs: Condom manufacturers experiment with it all as good old Nirodh loses out

From an array of flavours to designs to maximise pleasure to experiments at prolonging the sex act the private manufacturers of condoms have gone full steam with innovation, targeting recreational sex with great zeal while the good old Nirodh, promoted by the government, is virtually out of circulation. #Sex #NewsTracker #AIDS #Condom #Nirodh #HLL
At least 17 killed in stampede during Bangladeshi free clothes handout

Jul 10, 2015

At least 17 killed in stampede during Bangladeshi free clothes handout

At least 17 people were killed on Friday in a stampede during a handout of free clothes at a factory in the northern Bangladeshi city of Mymensingh, police said. #World #Bangladesh #NewsTracker #Ramadan #Dhaka #Stampede #Aid #Deaths
Request for ceasefire goes unheeded: UN cuts back on food aid to Syrian refugees

Jul 03, 2015

Request for ceasefire goes unheeded: UN cuts back on food aid to Syrian refugees

The United Nations' food agency is cutting back on assistance to thousands of Syrian refugees after an appeal for a ceasefire to enable Syrians feed themselves went unheeded, World Food Program Executive Director Ertharin Cousin said on Friday. #World #United Nations #Syria #NewsTracker #food aid #Emergency aid
Greece won't pay  its IMF debt due today, says French minister

Jun 30, 2015

Greece won't pay its IMF debt due today, says French minister

Greece will not pay a 1.6 billion euro debt installment to the International Monetary Fund due on Tuesday, but Athens still holds out hope of a last-minute deal with creditors on an aid package, Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis said. #Finance minister #Greece #International Monetary Fund #Athens #Aid #Yanis Varoufakis
North Korea claims to have found drug to prevent and cure MERS, Ebola and AIDS

Jun 20, 2015

North Korea claims to have found drug to prevent and cure MERS, Ebola and AIDS

North Korea claims to have found a drug that can prevent and cure MERS, Ebola, SARS and AIDS. #NewsTracker #science #World Health Organization #AIDS #North Korea #Ebola #SARS #MERS #Kumdang-2