Ahmedabad's Memnagar area declared bird flu hit
The dreaded bird flu tightened its grip on Ahmedabad as the administration on Friday declared Memnagar, a posh area in west Ahmedabad, as bird flu hit.

Over 159 birds, largely guinea fowls which were found abandoned at a Vastral pond 10 days ago, and kept at Sarvadharma Raksha Trust in Memnagar were culled after bird droppings samples sent to National Institute of High Security Animal Diseases (NIHSAD) in Bhopal tested positive for H5N1. The Memnagar bird flu comes on heels of the first outbreak reported in Hathjan in east Ahmedabad on January 3 where 1,600 birds were culled...

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