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[socialactionfoundationforequity:14008 Reportlinker Adds HIV Diagnostics Market in India

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By: PR Newswire
Jun. 28, 2011 03:54 AM

NEW YORK, June 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces
that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:


HIV diagnostics market in India

http://www.reportlinker.com/p0463758/HIV-diagnostics-market-in-India.html?utm_source=prnewswire&utm_medium=pr&utm_campaign=Pathology

This report covers the HIV diagnostics market in India. HIV stands out
as a highly lucrative and expanding market for diagnostics because of
the close integration of diagnostics in day-to-day disease diagnosis,
management, and drug selection. HIV was first identified in India in
1986, in Chennai, shortly after the Indian Council of Medical Research
(ICMR) initiated surveillance for HIV. Surveillance was later taken
over by the National AIDS Control Organization (NACO), set up under
the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare.

India is planning to scale up prevention of HIV to avoid having to
spend an increasing share of its health budget on treatment of AIDS
patients, according the World Bank and other agencies. India has over
2.5 million AIDS patients currently. India spends about 5 percent of
its $5.4 billion healthcare budget on treating AIDS patients. India
may have to spend $1.8 billion by 2020, about 7 percent of the total
health expenditure, the World Bank said.

Executive Summary

Industry Overview (Global & Indian)

Biomedical research on HIV/AIDS in India

e) Tamil Nadu

f) Manipur

g) Mizoram

h) Nagaland

i) The Punjab

Market Structure and Segmentation

Types of Products

Key Players

Competition situation

Key Drivers

Key Challenges / Barriers

Supply system - supply situation

Key Opportunities

Key Success factors

Regulatory Advantage & legal frameworks

Diagnostics Technologies for India

Industry SWOT

Annexure

List of charts & tables

Industry associations

Certifying authorities

Bibliography

To order this report:

Pathology Industry: HIV diagnostics market in India

Pathology Business News

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Check our Company Profile, SWOT and Revenue Analysis!

CONTACT
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Reportlinker
Email: nbo@reportlinker.com
US: (805)652-2626
Intl: +1 805-652-2626

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Charity Accused of Fraud
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By MICHAEL ROTHFELD

A Long Island charity that promised to help prevent breast cancer
raised $9.1 million over five years and "squandered" nearly all of it
on fund-raising fees, directors' salaries, perks, investments and
other expenses, according to a civil lawsuit filed by the state
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Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, whose office oversees charities,
accused the Coalition Against Breast Cancer Inc. of being a "sham."
His lawsuit, filed in state Supreme Court in Suffolk County, seeks to
shut down the group and ban its officers from future fund raising. The
group used "a charity as a personal cash machine" and "shamelessly
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for more than a year.

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will now be forced to spend its few remaining assets on what directors
see as a "meritorious defense," the statement said.

The lawsuit also named Campaign Center Inc., a for-profit
telemarketing company owned by Garrett Morgan, a friend of Mr.
Smith's, which allegedly collected more than $3.5 million to raise
money for the charity in the last five years.

Mr. Morgan and his lawyer didn't respond to a request for comment.

The group allegedly spent less than 4% of its donations on charitable
programs in the past five years. It funded mammograms for 11 women
over the past three years, a period when it raised $4 million, the
lawsuit said. In 2008, the group raised $1.4 million and spent $374 on
mammograms.

Write to Michael Rothfeld at michael.rothfeld@wsj.com

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:14006 Dr. Anil Sadgopal's Article on RTE published in the Frontline

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''Neoliberal Act,'' by Anil Sadgopal, Frontline, Volume 28 - Issue 14, July 2-15, 2011,

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World Bank Weekly Update - June 28, 2011

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News | Events & Discussions | Regional News and Projects | Results | Business & Career Opportunities | On the Blogs | In Depth | Did You Know?

 
 
 
NEWS
* Global Gas Flaring Down by 9%
* Southeast Europe Makes Way for Entrepreneurs
* Young Laos Entrepreneurs Contribute to Their Country's Growth
* Deploying Bicycles for Development
* Developing Countries Take Action to Combat Climate Change
* Barriers to Recovering Assets Stolen Via Corruption
* Bank President Zoellick Issues Remarks at G20 Agricultural Ministers Meeting
* Food Forum: Bank Experts Respond
 
 
 
EVENTS & DISCUSSIONS
* Live Q&A: Russia Economic Update, July 5, 2011, 9:00 a.m. EDT 
 
 
 
REGIONAL NEWS AND PROJECTS
 
Africa
East Asia and the Pacific
East Europe and Central Asia
Latin America and the Caribbean
Middle East and North Africa
South Asia
 
 
 
RESULTS
* Notable Development Results in Niger
 
 
 
BUSINESS AND CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
* Senior Poverty Economist, Poverty Reduction & Economic Management Network
 
 
 
ON THE BLOGS
* How Advanced Economies Can Tackle Their Debt Woes
 
 
 
IN DEPTH
* New China Section on World Bank Website
 
 
 
DID YOU KNOW?
* In 2010, reducing gas flaring achieved as much CO2 reduction as taking 6 million cars off the road.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Global Gas Flaring Down by 9%
Reductions, led by Russia and Kazakhstan, avoid CO2 emissions of 30 million tons, equivalent to taking 6 million cars off the road.  Gas flaring has dropped 22% since 2005. Video | Read more
 
 
Southeast Europe Makes Way for Entrepreneurs
Economies in 22 cities continue to reform business regulations despite the financial crisis. Read more
 
 
Young Laos Entrepreneurs Contribute to Their Country's Growth
Young Laotians pitched innovative business ideas for a chance to win $5,000 and mentorship as part of the World Bank and AusAid Young Entrepreneurial Marketplace Competition. Winners have now been announced. Read more
 
 
Deploying Bicycles for Development
From helping a young girl in India go to school to providing sources of energy, see how bicycles can foster development. Take a quiz to find out how much you know about bicycles. Read more  
 
 
Developing Countries Take Action to Combat Climate Change
With help from the Climate Investment Funds, developing countries are taking actions to combat climate change. The fund is piloting low-emissions growth and climate-resilient development. Watch video  
 
 
Barriers to Recovering Assets Stolen Via Corruption
When jurisdictions work together to overcome obstacles, stolen assets can be returned to the citizens to whom they rightfully belong. A new report aims to facilitate that. Read more   ‎
 
 
Bank President Zoellick Issues Remarks at G20 Agricultural Ministers Meeting
"The world is hungry for food but it is also hungry for action. We have made a good start today," said World Bank President Robert Zoellick, addressing G20 agriculture ministers in Paris, France. Read more   
 
 
Food Forum: Bank Experts Respond
The April 2011 World Bank Open Forum saw an overwhelming response: comments and proposed solutions rolled in from more than 500 people in 88 countries. Bank experts are now responding, via video, to those who submitted ideas. Watch video responses
 
 
 
 
 
Live Q&A: Russia Economic Update, July 5, 2011, 9:00 a.m. EDT (1700h Moscow)
The latest World Bank Russian Economic Report analyzes the Russian Federation's recent economic developments, prospects and challenges. Join us July 5 to get answers to your questions on the report, and Russia's economic outlook. Submit your questions now
 
 
 
 
Monthly Operational Summary of proposed projects in all regions.
 
Access to Information Find newly disclosed and declassified documents.
 
 
Africa
 
The African Remittances Project Is Seeking Your Input
The African Institute for Remittances project would like to hear your views on remittances in Africa; how they are sent and used, challenges, costs and alternatives. Share your views now
 
For more information on the Africa region...
 
 
East Asia and the Pacific
 
Indonesia Economic Quarterly: Current Challenges, Future Potential
Indonesia's economic performance continues to be positive, however, strong, sustained progress on investments and policy reforms is needed to move growth up to a new level and to address the current challenges, according to the latest Indonesia Economic Quarterly. Read more
 
For more information on the East Asia and Pacific region...
 
 
Latin America and the Caribbean
 
Is there a link between the level of crime and price of a tortilla?
Crime and violence are eating up small business profits in Central America, according to a new study. Read blog    
 
 
South Asia
 
A Bridge Across Poverty for $30,000 in Chapran Village, India
Read the story of a bridge in India that has become a lifeline for the poor. Read more
 
For more information on the South Asia region…
 
 
RESULTS
 
 
Notable Development Results in Niger
Since 2000, Niger has experienced a favorable environment for reforms, leading to some notable results. In education, the gross primary school enrollment rate rose to 62%, from 29% in the early 1990s, and a community action program is successfully addressing food security in rural areas. Read more
 
 
 
 
 
 
Senior Poverty Economist, Poverty Reduction & Economic Management Network (PREM)
The incumbent will contribute to work across the different areas of focus of the PREM network, with a likely concentration in poverty and inequality, and/or labor. Apply to job  
 
 
 
 
 
 
How Advanced Economies Can Tackle Their Debt Woes
Given the urgent need for policymakers in Europe and other advanced economies to tackle current debt challenges, there is a frantic scramble for suitable policy tools that will help resolve the Greek conundrum
The Petersen Institute's Carmen Reinhart talks about one such tool. Read more  
 
For more on the Blogs
 
 
IN DEPTH
 
 
You've seen the World Bank's new homepage and open data website, now we're excited to debut our new China site section, the latest phase in the overhaul of worldbank.org. You'll find a more organized section with enhanced navigation, new features and more opportunities for engagement - and it's available in Chinese. Read more
 
 
 
DID YOU KNOW?
 
 
In 2010, reducing gas flaring achieved as much CO2 reduction as taking 6 million cars off the road.
 
 
 
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: WORLD BANK LOANS AND CREDITS FOR JUNE 28, 2011

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World Bank News Release: Loan and Credit Summary
 
WASHINGTON, June 28, 2011 - The World Bank's Board of Executive Directors today approved the following projects:
 
 
Democratic Republic of Congo – Regional and Domestic Power Markets Development Project (Southern Africa Power Market Project - APL-1b) [Additional Financing]
 
IDA Grant: US$283 Million Equivalent
Project ID: P114782
 
Project Description: The objective of the project is to improve operational efficiency in the electricity sector and expand renewable generation, transmission and distribution capacity in order to better serve domestic power demand and to support regional power market integration.
 
Contact:
Francois Gouahinga
(202) 473-0696
 
 
 
Democratic Republic of Congo – The High-Priority Roads Reopening and Maintenance Project
[Additional Financing]
 
IDA Grant: US$63.3 Million Equivalent
Project ID: P120709
 
Project Description: The objective of the project is to re-establish lasting access between provincial capitals and districts and territories in four provinces (Orientale, Katanga, Sud Kivu, and Equateur) in a way that is sustainable for people and the natural environment.
 
Contact:
Francois Gouahinga
(202) 473-0696
 
 
 
Democratic Republic of Congo – The Establishing Capacity for Core Public Management Project
 
IDA Grant: US$29.9 Million Equivalent
Project ID: P117382
 
Project Description: The project aims to strengthen core public administration functions of selected central and provincial institutions.
 
Contact:
Francois Gouahinga
(202) 473-0696
 
 
 
Democratic Republic of Congo – Emergency Social Action Project [Additional Financing]
 
IDA Grant: US$6.8 Million Equivalent
Project ID: P126683
 
Program Description: The objective of the project is to improve access to social services for the poor and enhance management of development resources at the community level.
 
Contact:
Francois Gouahinga
(202) 473-0696
 
 
 
Democratic Republic of Congo – Health Sector Rehabilitation Support Project [Additional Financing]
 
IDA Grant: US$30 Million Equivalent
Project ID: P125677
 
Program Description: The objective of the project is to ensure that the target population has access to, and uses, a well defined package of quality essential health services.
 
Contact:
Francois Gouahinga
(202) 473-0696
 
 
Kyrgyz Republic –The National Road Rehabilitation (Osh-Batken-Isfana) Project [Additional Financing]
 
IDA Credit: US$8.8 Million Equivalent
Terms: Maturity = 40 years; Grace = 10 years
IDA Grant: US$7.2 Million Equivalent
Project ID: P126606
 
Program Description: The National Road Rehabilitation Project aims to support the Government of Kyrgyz Republic in reducing transport costs and travel time along the Osh-Batken-Isfana Road corridor; improving road safety planning and road asset management; and repairing and rehabilitating road infrastructure in and around Osh and Jalal-Abad cities thereby, creating temporary jobs.
 
Contact:
Jonathan Daly
(202) 473-2588
 
 
 
Kyrgyz Republic – The Second On-Farm Irrigation Project [Additional Financing]
 
IDA Credit: US$8.3 Million Equivalent
Terms: Maturity = 40 years; Grace = 10 years
IDA Grant: US$6.7 Million Equivalent
Project ID: P126390
 
Program Description: The Second On-Farm Irrigation Project aims to support the Government of Kyrgyz Republic in improving irrigation service delivery on a sustainable basis that will contribute to increased agricultural productivity among irrigation farmers. This will be achieved through further development of water users associations (WUAs) and rehabilitation and modernization of irrigation and drainage infrastructure.
 
Contact:
Jonathan Daly
(202) 473-2588
 
 
 
Lesotho –Third Poverty Reduction Support Credit and Grant
 
IDA Credit: US$1.6 Million Equivalent
Terms: Maturity = 40 years; Grace = 10 years
IDA Grant: US$16.4 Million Equivalent
Project ID: P122783
 
Program Description: The operation aims to support the government's growth strategy to restore macroeconomic stability in the wake of the global financial crisis.
 
Contact:
Francois Gouahinga
(202) 473-0696
 
 
Liberia and Sierra Leone – West Africa Regional Fisheries Program APL A1 [Additional Financing]
 
IDA Grant (Liberia) [Additional Financing]: US$2 Million
IDA Grant (Sierra Leone) [Additional Financing]: US$8 Million
IDA Regional Grant (Sub-Regional Fisheries Commission): US$2 Million Equivalent
Project ID: P124844
 
Program Description: The program aims to strengthen the capacity of the participating countries to govern and manage targeted fisheries, reduce illegal fishing and increase local value added to fish products.
 
Contact:
Francois Gouahinga
(202) 473-0696
 
Malawi – Energy Sector Support Project
 
IDA Credit: US$19.3 Million Equivalent
Terms: Maturity = 40 years; Grace = 10 years
IDA Grant: US$65.4 Million Equivalent
Project ID: P099626
 
Program Description: The project will help to increase the reliability and quality of electricity supply in the major load centers.
 
Contact:
Francois Gouahinga
(202) 473-0696
 
 

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:14005 NHRC notice to Delhi govt on wire snapping

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NHRC notice to Delhi govt on wire snapping
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The 1,000-metre long electrical wire melted following a suspected
short-circuits and fell to the ground in a residential area injuring
22 people
Submitted on 06/28/2011 - 12:45:54 PM

New Delhi: The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has issued
notice to the Delhi government over an incident earlier this month in
which a high tension power cable fell over homes in east Delhi,
injuring 22 people.

In a statement the NHRC said: "Taking suo motu cognizance of a media
report alleging that 22 people were injured when a high tension wire
fell in a residential area in east Delhi, a notice has been issued to
the Chief Secretary of the Delhi government."

The commission has asked the government to submit a report within four
weeks, reports IANS.

"The Chief Secretary is also directed to inform the Commission as to
what steps are being taken by the government to prevent such incidents
in future," it added.

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