TB Awareness – Media Engagement

Newspaper Clippings : 13th February 2020 . #TBfreeIndia

Media Newspaper Clippings of TB Free Committee meeting with Local Leaders, Doctors and Champions on 13th February 2020.

Choutha Sansar


Hello Hindustan


Pariwarik Dastak


6pm Indore

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Newspaper Clippings: 8th and 10th February 2020. #TBfreeIndia

Newspaper Clippings: 8th and 10th February 2020.

Pariwarik Dastak Indore – 8feb2020


Naidunia Indore – 10feb2020

Indore Samachar – 8feb2020

Hello Hindustan Indore – 8feb2020

Dabang dunia Indore – 8feb2020

Choutha Sansar Indore – 8feb2020

6pm Indore – 8Feb2020

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TB Awareness Activity On The Occassion of Republic Day – 26th January 2020. #TBfreeIndia

CETI organized a TB Awareness activity at Diamond colony Khajrana on the Occasion of Republic Day with Neev NGO for giving all information about TB.


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Healthcare Award given to Dr. Salil Bhargava (Co Founder CETI) – 21st July 2019. #TBfreeIndia

Dr. Salil Bhargava (Co Founder CETI) is recognized with Healthcare Award for his valuable support towards TB Free India Campaign.








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Indore Newspaper Clippings – 5th – 7th January 2019. #tbfreeindia.

Naiduniya Newspaper – 07/01/19                                 Free Press – 07/01/19


Peoples Samachar – 07/01/19                                  Dainik Bhaskar – 07/01/19


Agniban – 06/01/19                                                   City Blast – 06/01/19


Choutha Sansar – 05/01/19                                      Pariwarik Dastak – 05/01/19


6pm – 05/01/19                                                           Nai Duniya – 05/01/19



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AAPI Commits to Help Building A Roadmap for TB-Free India – 31st December 18. #TBfreeIndia

(Mumbai, India: December 31st, 2018) Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the top 10 causes of death and the leading cause from a single infectious agent across the globe. Millions of people continue to fall sick with TB each year. Of the 10 million new cases of persons diagnosed with Tuberculosis in 2017, India ranked the highest accounting for over one fourth (2.74 million) cases were from India, according to a rep by WHO. Though the report underlined fears of under-reporting of cases in India, it also mentioned that India was an example of a country that took major steps in 2017-18 to expand TB-specific cash transfers and linkages to broader nutrition schemes to improve treatment outcome……..Read More.
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