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  • India Positive: Stories of art, care and sacrifices August 24, 2013

    An International Taekwondo trainer left his lavish lifestyle to serve the poor and the needy and is providing shelter to those with disabilities who have been abandoned by their families. ...
  • News 360: Punjab policemen beat up sexual harassment victim March 4, 2013

    In Tarn Taran, Punjab, a young woman and her father were beaten up mercilessly by policemen after they complained of sexual harassment. ...
  • US: Baby girl born with HIV infection cured with early treatment March 4, 2013

    A baby girl born with HIV was cured in Mississippi, US after doctors administered three anti-viral drugs, raising hopes of an early stage cure in new born babies. ...
  • Aishwarya Rai named UN Goodwill Envoy for AIDS September 25, 2012

    Speaking to reporters, the Bollywood actor said that she believed that a HIV-free world was possible by 2015. ...
  • Not just a poster girl for UNAIDS, will do ground work: Aishwarya September 25, 2012

    As a part of her campaign, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan will help advocate better access to anti-retro-viral drugs and treatment. ...
  • Is cure for HIV possible? July 24, 2012

    A group of the world's top scientists is collaborating on one common goal: finding a real cure for AIDS. ...
  • US approves HIV prevention pill July 17, 2012

    In a big breakthrough in HIV research, the US Food and Drugs Authority on Tuesday gave the nod for a pill that prevents HIV. ...
  • News 360: Maharashtra govt sacks driver for being HIV positive June 5, 2012

    This comes even as it's been two decades since the government launched its battle against the discrimination against HIV positive people. ...
  • India Positive: Stories of unsung heroes December 5, 2011

    On this show, stories of unsung heroes who rise up despite their own challenges and inspire. ...
  • Woman battling AIDS for 20 years June 7, 2011

    It has been thirty years since the disease that would later be called AIDS was discovered, CNN Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen spoke to the woman who has been living with HIV for 20 of those 30 years. ...
  • Gates foundation to cut HIV, AIDS funding in India March 28, 2011

    This means is almost $338 million less to fight the HIV/AIDS epidemic in India after 2012. ...
  • CJ: Discrimination against HIV positive Children March 17, 2011

    CJ Sunita Gupta talks how HIV positive children are deprived of their basic right. ...
  • CNN-IBN @ 5: Revisiting Bhopal gas tragedy January 21, 2011

    CNN-IBN's Nilanjana Bose revisits Bhopal gas tragedy and the trauma for the HIV patients. ...
  • CNN-IBN special: Surviving with AIDS December 1, 2010

    More than half of all HIV and AIDS patients die due to tuberculosis every year. But what's proving to be a bigger challenge is the lack of awareness. ...
  • 50 pc HIV, AIDS cases dropped in India: report November 25, 2010

    The report also shows that world over, more than 52 countries have managed to drop HIV infections and deaths by upto 20 per cent. ...
  • No end to plight in Jodhpur blood bank July 14, 2010

    The blood bank in Jodhpur's government hospital continues to function without proper blood testing facilities. ...
  • Children test HIV+ after blood transfusion July 12, 2010

    Eight Thalassemic children in Jodhpur have tested HIV positive after blood transfusion at a government hospital. ...
  • Battling for life, man helps others fight HIV December 1, 2009

    New Delhi: Raj Kumar is one of the 2.4 million HIV patients in India. He also suffers from tuberculosis but Raj hasn't given up and has a new aim in life. He works as a care worker for many HIV patients at Action India. ...
  • Watch: Stars get together to spread HIV awareness December 1, 2009

    Juhi asks people to be empathetic towards those diagnosed with AIDS. ...
  • IBNLiving: AIDS survirors demand change in HIV/AIDS bill October 27, 2009

    After 3 years of drafting and re-drafting, the third version of the HIV/AIDS Bill is still lying with the Law Ministry. The Bill is still a source of controversy between the Health and the Law Ministries and it's not likely to bring much relief for AIDS survivors. They say that...
  • Watch: What does new HIV vaccine mean for India? September 25, 2009

    The HIV vaccine developed by the US Army and Thailand Health Ministry is the biggest breakthrough in the battle against the HIV virus. Experts say the vaccine cuts the risk of infection by 30 per cent. ...
  • New HIV-AIDS vaccine may reduce infection September 24, 2009

    New Delhi: In one of the biggest medical breakthroughs, a large scale HIV-AIDS vaccine trial carried out by the US Army and Thailand's Ministry of Public Health on 16,000 volunteers over a period of three years, found out that the new vaccine reduced the risk of HIV infection by...
  • MLA in the dock for forcing minors to donate blood September 1, 2009

    Chomu MLA Bhagwan Sahai Saini had allegedly forced school children to donate blood.. as a tribute to Rajiv Gandhi on his 65th birth anniversary last month. More than 50 students were roped in for this and almost cost the life of a 15-year old. The MLA had allegedly lured the...
  • HIV-infected blood given to 6 children in Rajasthan August 31, 2009

    The incident took place in a nursing home in Ganganagar, Rajasthan. The clinic has been sealed and the state Health Minister has promised strict action against the culprit. ...
  • Social workers shocked at minister's attitude July 13, 2009

    Dileep Deshmukh's suggestion of a separate school for HIV kids stuns social workers in Latur. ...
  • Punjab's forgotten women: Lives scarred by HIV February 23, 2009

    Women who have contracted HIV virus without a fault of their own, takes life on their stride to help society in their small little ways. ...
  • Punjab's HIV-infected women fight for life's dignity December 5, 2008

    Behind the peace and serenity of Punjab, it hides a terrible loss and extreme desolation caused by the deadiest viral disease known to man, HIV AIDS. The women of Punjab, who are widowed by HIV AIDS, have been forced to live with the label and forgotten by society. However, there...
  • I haven't seen my child in 17 months, says mother October 26, 2007

    CNN-IBN correspondent Swati Vashishtha spoke to the HIV-positive mother who is being denied the custody of her child. ...
  • Health News: Merck halts trials on HIV vaccine September 24, 2007

    Doctors say that large fat deposits around the liver could lead to liver failure in later years; International drug company Merck has halted trials on an HIV vaccine. ...
  • AIDS special: Haath Se Haath Milaa June 21, 2007

    India has the largest population of people living with HIV/AIDS and therefore it becomes important to talk about this epidemic openly and that is what the show Haath Se Haath Milaa does. On December 1, World’s AIDS Day, Haath Se Haath Milaa show brought together real and reel-life heroes as...