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Gogoi asks Ayurvedic College to set up research centre

Press Trust of India | Guwahati December 20, 2014 Last Updated at 20:50 IST Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today asked the Government Ayurvedic College here to take the lead in research and development activities of traditional system of medicine ... Business Standard India, 9 hours ago
CM lends support to ayurveda The Telegraph, 2 hours ago
Research needed in traditional medicine: CM Assam Tribune, 4 hours ago

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Need for newer research in Ayurveda stressed

Practitioners of traditional Indian medicine have started a renewed effort to showcase the advancements in Ayurveda achieved in the recent years.
 Times of India2 months ago More stress needed on alternative medicine: Shripad Yesso Naik  Economic Times7 hours ago
International Business Times India

Indian government: The full lotus

UNTIL this week India had somehow got by without a minister for yoga, ayurveda and other traditional medicines. Now it can breathe easier. On November 11th Shripad Naik took charge of a new ministry to promote them. His boss, Narendra Modi, the ...
 ACQ Magazine1 month ago Modi's 'Yoga ministry' stirs doubts among scientists  Rediff.com3 weeks ago PRACTICE YOGA NOT WAR  Voice of Russia4 days ago Does India Need a Yoga, Ayurveda Minister?  NDTV1 month ago
Hindustan Times

Ayurveda gets a new lease of life, India creates exclusive drug control department

Union health and family welfare minister Dr Harsh Vardhan recently announced that the government will set up an exclusive drug control department to facilitate research and development to monitor quality control and standardise the manufacturing of ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago 'Ayurveda is medicine with intelligence, modern medicine is like a bullet'  Rediff.com1 month ago Ayush doctors to get a better deal  Deccan Herald1 week ago India to have exclusive drug control department for Ayurveda  Yahoo! India1 month ago
Millennium Post

Exclusive drug controller to test Ayurvedic medicines: Harsh Vardhan

New Delhi, Nov 6 (IANS) India will soon have an exclusive drug control department to facilitate testing of Ayurvedic drugs, Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said here Thursday. The department will look after research and development, monitor quality control and ...
 First Post.com1 month ago Govt to bring AYUSH under regulatory framework  Millennium Post1 week ago Ayurveda for diabetic care  Deccan Herald1 week ago Traditional Ayurveda  Speaking Tree1 month ago

IMA opposes move to let nurses, ayurveda doctors perform MTP

Thursday, 06 November 2014||channel:India " If approved, this would endanger the lives of thousands of patients opting for MTP as the above medical and paramedical professionals will neither be qualified nor equipped to ...
 Nerve1 month ago Indian doctors are divided over plan to allow traditional medicine practitioners to perform abortions  British Medical Journal1 month ago Even CCH doesn't favour homoeopaths prescribing allopathic drugs, says IMA  Indian Express1 week ago City body of doctors opposes amending MTP Act, writes to health ministry  Indian Express1 month ago

United States: Most Preferred Destination By Indian Students

BANGALORE: India may be the birthplace of some major big shots or inventor of wireless communication and Ayurveda, but Indian students still believe that U.S have the best opportunities to work. 28 per cent of increase has been noticed among Indian ...
 Silicon India1 week ago

Year end special: Bollywood’s most loved bridal avatars in 2014 (see pics)

New Delhi : India is famous for a lot of things. From culture, heritage, traditions, spices, ayurveda to tons of stuff. But when it comes to Indian weddings, it's a different ball game altogether. Every girl loves to follow her favourite - Bollywood diva when ...
 IndiaTV News1 week ago
Saudi Gazette

India seeks to cash in on global demand for ancient remedies

Indian visitors take advice from a yoga instructor at the sixth World Ayurveda Congress … An Indian visitor points to a herb on display during the sixth World Ayurveda Congress … Visitors look at a dummy of the human body on display at an ...
 Yahoo! Singapore1 month ago How India's Alternative Medicine Is Becoming Official  Huffington Post Canada3 weeks ago India looks to cash in on global demand for ancient remedies  CTV News3 weeks ago India Sees Opportunities in Global Demand for ...  MedIndia1 month ago
India Today

6TH WORLD AYURVEDA CONGRESS : VedaPulse(TM) Device Developed in Russia Measured Six Levels of the Pulse Out of Seven

- 6th World Ayurveda Congress took place in New Delhi, India on November 6-9. Biokvant Ltd. from Russia (Novosibirsk) introduced their VedaPulse Digital Pulse Analysis Device. Demonstration of the Russian device was a big surprise for the ...
 4 Traders1 month ago 6th World Ayurveda Congress: VedaPulse(TM) Device Developed in Russia Measured Six Levels of the Pulse Out of Seven  Digital Journal1 month ago Eyeing stronger ties with East Asia, Modi to embark on three-nation tour  India Today1 month ago PM advocates use of Ayurveda at 6th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo  International Business Times India1 month ago
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