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Expanding and improving urban outreach immunization in Patna, India
Objectives  We conducted a case study of an urban immunization outreach strategy to determine the feasibility of the intervention and to measure administrative immunization coverage outcomes.
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Effectiveness of Muskaan Ek Abhiyan (The Smile Campaign) for strengthening routine immunization in Bihar, India
BackgroundIn Bihar State, proportion of fully immunized children was only 19% in Coverage Evaluation Survey of 2005. In October 2007, a special campaign called Muskaan Ek Abhiyan (The Smile Campaign)Expand
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Measles vaccination response during Kosi floods, Bihar, India 2008.
The Kosi floods of Bihar in 2008 led to initial rapid displacement followed by rehabilitation of the affected population. Strategically planned phase-wise activity of supplementary as well as primaryExpand
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Religion in Politics
In the political evolution of modern India no single element has been as pervasive as religion. It has governed in large measure the political cleavages, the competition for power and theExpand
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The Development of the Indian National Congress as a Mass Organization, 1918–1923
The Indian National Congress came into being as an organization of the new educated, professional and commercial classes which had developed in India during the course of the nineteenth century. ItsExpand
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Epidemiology Of Diabetes In India
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Lectotypification of Plant Names
Many publications on lectotypification of 'species' are coming up in different periodicals. We would like to point out that 'species' do not have type(s); they have circumscription and only the namesExpand
Revisiting the typification of Hemicyclia porteri (Putranjivaceae), the basionym of Drypetes porteri
According to Art. 7.11 of the ICN (4) the citation of ‘type’ by Chakrabarty et al. (1) should be accepted as an inadvertent lectotypification [also see Prado et al., (5)]. Chakrabarty et al. (1)Expand