World AIDS Day: Is India winning the fight against new HIV infections?

In 2019, an estimated 1.7 million new infections were reported around the world, down 23 percent from 2.1 million in 2010, and recording a fall of 40 percent from its high of 2.8 million in 1998. An estimated 26 million people were taking treatment or accessing antiretroviral therapy for HIV as of June 2020.

World Aids Day 2020: Diagnosis, Treatments And Management Of HIV Infection During Pregnancy

AIDS is a lifelong disease and can only be suppressed through effective medications. If you are HIV-positive and planning to conceive, consult a medical expert for the best plans starting from the conception till the breastfeeding and even lifelong.

World AIDS Day: New HIV infections, death not reducing in Africa — WHO

Says 1m people infected, 440,000 died in 2019 By Chioma Obinna With 1 million people infected and 440,000 lives lost to AIDS in the African region in 2019, the World Health Organization, WHO has raised the alarm that new HIV infections and AIDS-related deaths were not reducing fast enough to meet the Sustainable Development Goal […]

56th BSF Raising Day: PM Modi, Shah extend wishes

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Things to do this February half term – 30 ideas for the kids including cheap days out

Meanwhile for a longer break there are lodges and glamping pods on offer too with prices from £65pp a night – and if it’s a bit too cold to get in the water, there are plenty of dry-side obstacle courses and activities including trampolines.

11pm Chelsea transfer news LIVE: Lionel Messi tussle with Blues ‘in equation’, Spurs reaction, FA Cup draw

“With the transfer ban last year, it was more about the younger players coming in and being efficient as a team to at least stay where we are and look further forward in improvement. I think we made good steps on that front.

8 Books You Need to Read This August

Your Face in Mine by Jess Row (Riverhead; August 14)Soul Man, but Row is talented enough to pull it off. A man spots someone in the street who looks just like an old friend, only black. Martin Wilkinson (née Lipkin) has experienced the marvel of racial-reassignment surgery, and he wants his buddy to help tell the […]

8 Books You Need to Read This September

Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay, by Elena Ferrante (Europa, September 2)My Brilliant Friend, and you’ll be caught up before the fourth and final installment makes its way into English.  The Bone Clocks, by David Mitchell (Random House, September 2)10:04, by Ben Lerner (Faber & Faber, September 2)Leaving the Atocha Station, but more mature. […]

Foreign arrivals required to register accommodation upon booking flights to Vietnam

The quarantine period for those who test negative twice would be reduced from 14 to five days, following which they have to remain at their place of accommodation or work until the 14 days are up, under supervision of local authorities. Those showing signs of infection will have to remain at specified centralized quarantine facilities.

Pakistan loses 67 more lives to coronavirus as situation worsens

The historical case positivity rate stands at 7.2% while today’s rate is 6.0%. Azad Jammu and Kashmir have the highest positivity rate at 14.5%, Sindh is second with 10.1%, and Balochistan third with 9.4%. Islamabad reported 4.3%, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 3.8%, Punjab 3.5%, and Gilgit Baltistan 2.6%.