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Arrival of foreign tourists on medical visa witnessing phenomenal growth
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Foreigners visiting India for Medical Treatment

The number of Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) in India on Medical Visa in the past three years is as below: Year FTAs on Medical Visa 2014 75,688 2015 1,34,344 2016 2,01,333 In order to simplify and speed up the procedure of obtaining Visa for tourists coming ... PIB, 6 days ago

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Thousands of children will no longer receive meals, medical care... Here's why

Indias crackdown on foreign aid will claim its most prominent casualty this month, as a Colorado-based Christian charity that is one of Indias biggest donors closes its operations here after 48 years, informing tens of thousands of children that they will no longer receive meals, medical care or tuition payments.  Read more ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Will not sell sick pharma firms to foreign cos: Govt

There will not be any shortage of medicines in the country because of this move, Minister of State for Fertiliser Mansukh L Mandaviya said, adding the domestic pharma industry was growing at an over 12 percent per annum rate and the government has come out ...
 Money Control1 month ago

Conquer foreign markets: government to medical sector SMEs

The government is now encouraging the Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) sector to increase exports in the Pharmaceuticals and Medical Device sector
 DNA1 month ago

Figures by foreign organisations not conclusive: Environment Minister

Within days of medical journal 'The Lancet' reporting that over a million people die in India annually due to air pollution, Union Environment Minister Anil Madhav Dave on Tuesday said reports and figures given out by "foreign organisations" are not ...
 Prokerala1 month ago

Disclosure of FMGE answer keys will affect doctors' quality

Answer keys to the qualifying test for allowing foreign medical graduates to practice in India cannot be disclosed as it would "dilute the standards" of healthcare, the CIC has held. Information Commissioner Yashovardhan Azad gave this order on the plea of an ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

Army rescues 127 people stuck in blizzard

The Indian Army rescued 127 people, including five foreigners, trapped in a blizzard at the historic Sela Pass in Arunachal Pradesh. The natural calamity, however, killed one Bulgarian woman. On Saturday, around 2.45 pm, a massive snow storm struck Arunachal ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Bulgarian dies in blizzard in Arunachal, 127 tourists rescued  Business Standard1 week ago

Foreign students and postdocs in US worry about their future: Survey

US President Donald Trump's curbs on immigration are forcing foreign graduate students and researchers from countries like India, to look for alternative plans for their education and career, including moving to another country, according to a survey report.
 Business Standard1 week ago Indian pharma's Trump fears  Rediff.com1 month ago After Japan, EU Opens Door For Indian Techies; Indian Govt Lobbying Hard For Easing Visa Rules Further  Trak.in4 weeks ago "Trump's policy not to hit Indian IT, pharma firms"  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Cong-led govt in Punjab takes measures to end VIP culture

The Amarinder Singh dispensation today put a ban on use beacons on government vehicles, foreign travel of ministers for two years and organising of banquets on state expense, in a bid to end VIP culture in Punjab. Beacons will be only allowed on vehicles ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago

Chances for return of embryos brighten for 2 foreign couples

Chances brightened for two US-based couples seeking return of their frozen embryos lying in a city hospital with the government saying their plea may be considered if they get a nod from the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). The hospital had refused ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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