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World TB Day: India On The Road To Tuberculosis Elimination By 2025

Mar 24, 2021 Dr K Madan Gopal

While the elimination of TB seems a herculean task, India has accorded high priority for eliminating the disease by 2025, five years ahead of the SDG target.

World Tuberculosis Day: Kashmir's Budgam District Tops In TB-Free Certification In India

Mar 24, 2021 Naseer Ganai

World Tuberculosis Day: Dr S Muhammad Salim Khan, HOD Community Medicine, Government Medical College, said the efforts by the TB society and public cooperation have led to the elimination of TB from the Budgam district.


World TB Day: Decoding Tuberculosis In Children – Diagnosis, Treatment And Management Options

In times of Covid-19, it can be dangerous to ignore tuberculosis. Children with weak immune system are vulnerable and TB can then spread

Covid-19 Has Diverted Scientific Attention From Killer Diseases Like TB: Vardhan

Nov 19, 2020 PTI

Health minister highlighted India's "TB Harega, Desh Jeetega" campaign that targets to achieve the goal target related to TB by 2025


Covid-19 And Lockdown: A Double Whammy For Tuberculosis Patients in India

In India the thorny issue of treatment of Tuberculosis took a turn for the worse when the coronavirus outbreak hit the country.

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Former Attorney-General of India (AGI), Mukul Rohatgi representing Aryan Khan, son of Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, in the drugs-on-cruise case, arrives at Bombay High court in Mumbai.

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Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri wth BJP MP Manoj Tiwari launch a Covid-19 vaccination campaign for devotees ahead of the Chhath festival.

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