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Sankalp Rehabilitation Trust v. UOI, W.P. (C) 512 of 1999 & Sahara House v. UOI, W.P. (C) 535 of 1998 As agreed, on 3rd September 2012, the Union of India submitted an affidavit indicating its plans to phase out Stavudine
Over 200 people living with HIV (PLHIVs) gathered outside the Law Ministry on Monday demanding that the HIV/AIDS Bill be tabled in Parliament during this winter session. The Bill, which protects the rights of people living with and affected by
DIMAPUR, SEPTEMBER 26 (MExN): Seven years on, the HIV & AIDS Bill drafted to protect people living with HIV (PLHIV) from discrimination is gathering dust with lawmakers virtually choosing to sidestep the Bill. The Bill was drafted in 2006. Read
Networks of People Living with HIV&AIDS (PLHIVs) in Nagaland and NGOs Thursday joined their counterparts across the country demanding the HIV&AIDS Bill be tabled in the parliament during the winter session or before the parliamentary election scheduled for next year.
Recently, several multinational pharmaceutical companies along with the US Chamber of Commerce have been instrumental in mounting pressure on India to decry the alleged state of Intellectual Property (IP) regime in India. On June 27, 2013 a hearing, ‘A tangle
Though Daisy David works for the betterment of lives of HIV infected patients, she did not attend any function in the school where her daughter studies fearing her daughter’s expulsion from school. Daisy David, advocacy officer, World Vision has been
On 5th July 2013, Daily Pioneer reported that “Foreign students getting admitted in the Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology (MANIT) in the current session would have to undergo HIV test.” The article is available at http://www.dailypioneer.com/state-editions/bhopal/foreign-students-to-go-through-hiv-test-says-manit-director.html On further research we came