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Visakhapatnam, December 22, 2004

The Department of Neurosurgery in the KGH has received sophisticated equipment, gadgets and disposables worth more than Rs 35 lakhs as gift form the members of the Andhra Medical College Alumni of North America. The members are also ready to extend more help in the form of equipment, books, journals, computers and even finance according to Jogi.V.Pattisapu who is a Paediatric neurosurgery specialist of Florida. The new equipment would help the department to perform more surgeries said the head of the Department N.Subramanyam.

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Visakhapatnam, December 22, 2004

The District T.B.Controll Dr.Bala Sundararo in a statement said interviews will be conducted for the post of Lab Technicians on 24th morning 10.30am at the TB Hospital. Interested candidates may contact the concerned officers on Friday along with their certificates along with Xerox copies. The candidates should invariably for the interview at the specified time else they will be disqualified.

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Visakhapatnam, December 22, 2004

Thousands of people visited Simhachalam to offer prayers at the Sri Varaha Lakshminrusimha Swami Temple on Wednesday on the occasion of 'Mukkoti Ekadasi'. The Chairman of the temple trust, P.Ananda Gajapathi Raju was the first to have the darshan at 4am. The Devastanam authorities conducted cultural programmes like harikatha religious discourses and Bharatanatyam dance recital.

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Visakhapatnam, December 22, 2004

The Union Government has sanctioned Rs.1.5 crore trauma care centre for the King George Hospital. The Government is establishing trauma care centres in some hospitals in the country which are close to the National Highway so that emergency medical care including surgeries can be provided to a large number of people in case of accidents or other calamities. The KGH sent proposals for Rs.3 crores to the Government in the hope that more facilities could be created according to the Superintendent, M.Ganeswara Rao said on Wednesday.

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Visakhapatnam, December 22, 2004

An awareness programme on HIV/AIDS was conducted for the students of Mrs.AVN College on Wednesday by Andhra Pradesh State AIDS Control Society. The APSAC consultant, Srinivasan and the NSS Programme Officer M.Simhadri Naidu and the district Nodal Officer for AIDS prevention, Rajendra Prasad spoke on the occasion.

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Visakhapatnam, December 22, 2004

The Andhra Pradesh unit of the All India Bank Officers Confederation opposed the privatization of banks and merger of public sector banks. Any attempt at undermining the public sector financial institutions is against the interest of common man according to the AIBOC Secretary P.Siva Sankara Reddy said on Monday.

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