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Recommendations made by the Standing Committee and general feedback, particularly the views of medical students and practitioners helped draft the amendments.
Regulations prescribe different parameters and limits of permissible additives, including artificial colours, to be used in different food products.
The percentage of seats to be filled up by persons with disabilities has been increased to 5% from 3% in accordance with the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016.
India and Iran share several common features in their language, culture and traditions, and also share a common legacy of using herbal medicines.
Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal on Monday said he wants to run a campaign, ensuring that all women are provided with the benefit of bio-degradable sanitary pads in rural areas. “We should run a campaign across the country
A research team from the University of Hyderabad has developed a medicine that efficiently kills the Plasmodium Falciparum parasite that causes malaria. A release from the varsity said that the polymer-based nanomedicine
Arunachal Pradesh government has launched two new contraceptives – an injectable one and a pill – under separate programmes to expand people’s choice contraceptives. The injectable contraceptive was launched under the ‘Antara’
Rate of decline has doubled over last year Big boost to ‘Mission Indradhanush’ Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare J P Nadda, expressed happiness over the just-released SRS bulletin (2016) as
Cabinet approves rationalization of Autonomous Bodies under Department of Health & Family Welfare The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approved the proposal for closure of Autonomous Bodies,
The Minister of State (Health and Family Welfare) Anupriya Patel in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha here today stated that there has been a 66% decline in the estimated number
Indian government’s Department of Health and Family Welfare (HFW) on January 4 launched the country’s first digital Online Oncology Tutorial Series designed by the Tata Memorial Center in collaboration with the Health Ministry. The
Aspiring doctors will have to spend a year working in rural areas before getting their MBBS degrees, as the government has decided to make rural posting compulsory for them.
In a letter to
Laying emphasis on strengthening of routine immunisation, Health Min Ghulam Nabi Azad said the lessons learnt from success of polio campaign could help eliminate measles-related child deaths and neonatal tetanus from the
The Supreme Court on Thursday ordered Delhi's private hospitals, built on subsidised government land, to provide free treatment to the poor, saying they cannot "wriggle out" of their responsibility.
A bench of justices