Volunteers of Yuvsatta in collaboration with the State AIDS Control Society, and Chemists Association of Manimajra, organised a Magic Show on HIV/AIDS and condom promotion at Shivalik Garden, Manimajra, Chandigarh, on Tuesday. The aim was to motivate people, especially women to be the agents of change. Star of the show Magician Ved Prakash told people about various aspects of HIV/AIDS, ways of transmission and prevention though his tricks and announcements. He also talked about self-help groups in this regard. The event was followed by a question-answer session.

A series of programmes, based on promotion of good health, concluded recently at Narengi Cantonment in the city. The programmes, launched on the occasion of World Health Day recently, was based on this year's theme

The Delhi Cabinet on Thursday approved the signing of a memorandum of understanding with the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage (INTACH) for declaring Delhi a "World Heritage City'. It also cleared a proposal to grant huge concessions on purchase of battery-operated vehicles in the city.

Dental Council of India (DCI), in collaboration with Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), launched two post-graduate certificate programmes in dental care on Wednesday. The courses that are of one year duration are in endodontics and oral implantology.

Ten radio stations in Ghana have been selected to educate people in the country about hiv/aids. The Ghana Aids Commission is funding the project, being implemented by the Centre for Development

Suddenly the Maharashtra Government seems to have woken up to the deadly threat posed by tuberculosis.

Red Ribbon Express (RRE), a seven-coach train, aimed at creating AIDS awareness across the country, is scheduled to arrive at Howrah station on 24 March.

create awareness on tuberculosis (TB), the Municipal Corporation of Delhi, with support of various agencies, will organise a rally on World TB Day on March 24.