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Need To Spread Awareness On Causes And Treatment Of Mental Health Issues: Faggan Singh Kulaste
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Are there heavy metals in your soft drinks?

The Minister of State for Health, Faggan Singh Kulaste has announced in Parliament that heavy metals like lead, cadmium and chromium have been found in soft drinks like Sprite, Mountain Dew, 7 UP, Pepsi and Coca Cola. Samples of these soft drinks ...
 FoodSafetyHelpline.com1 week ago No tests were done on soft drinks: NTH  Business Standard India4 days ago Railway's to test soft drinks samples  Times of India1 week ago East Coast Railway to test samples of soft drinks  Times of India1 week ago

Some drugs banned in other countries allowed in India: Govt

Minister of state for health Faggan Singh Kulaste in a written reply said that the drugs which have been allowed are nimesulide, analgin and pioglitazone. New Delhi: Some drugs, which are banned in other countries, have been allowed to be sold in ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago Some drugs,banned in other countries,allowed in India: Govt  Business Standard1 week ago Some drugs, banned in other countries, allowed in India  Millennium Post1 week ago

Union minister advocates reservation for STs in pvt sector

NEW DELHI: Union Minister Faggan Singh Kulaste today advocated reservation for Scheduled Tribes in private sector and increasing the ST quota in government jobs. Kulaste, who is the Union Minister of State for Welfare and Family Planning, also ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago Union minister for reservation for STs in pvt sector  Press Trust of India1 month ago

Parliament LIVE: Demonetisation issue continues to disrupt proceedings of both Houses

Highlights 11:12 (IST) Opposition members storm Well of Rajya Sabha " Logon ka paisa logon ko do! " slogans were heard in the House. 11:11 (IST) Demonetisation issue hits Parliament yet again "When ATMs are not even ...
 Firstpost.com3 hours ago LIVE Parliament Day 11: Rajya Sabha adjourned till 1 December as Opposition storms the well  Firstpost.com5 days ago LIVE Parliament Day 11: Opposition reduces Rajya Sabha to shouting match, forces adjournment  Firstpost.com5 days ago

MP: Smartphones for newly-weds, ₹5 meals for labourers

Unlike other politicians, MP chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan does not wait till the eve of election day to announce measures aimed at appeasing prospective voters. Chouhan on Sunday announced that Deendayal kitchens would be launched in ...
 MSN News US3 hours ago Smartphones for newlyweds, Rs 5 meals for labourers: MP Govt  Hindustan Times5 hours ago

Jailbreak, RSS leader 'torture' to rock House

Bhopal: The October 31 jailbreak by suspected SIMI men and the September 25 custodial torture of an RSS leader are set to rock the five-day winter session of Madhya Pradesh Assembly beginning Monday. While the Congress will corner the BJP ...
 Hindustan Times18 hours ago

Two companies seek permission for dengue vaccine trials

New Delhi, Dec 2 (PTI) Sanofi Pasteur and Panacea Biotech have approached the central drug control organisation for grant of marketing permission to conduct clinical trial of dengue vaccine in India, Lok Sabha was informed today. "Sanofi Pasteur ...
 Press Trust of India2 days ago

31,660 new cases of leprosy detected: Govt

New Delhi, Dec 2 (PTI) Alarmed over India reporting 60 per cent of leprosy cases in the world, the Health Ministry launched a massive door-to-door campaign to detect "hidden" cases and more than 31,000 new patients were identified under it, Lok ...
 Press Trust of India2 days ago Cancer cases have increased: Government  DNA India3 days ago Number Of Cancer Cases Have Increased Over Last 3 Years: Government  NDTV3 days ago Cancer cases have increased: Govt  Press Trust of India3 days ago

India, Nigeria account for one-third of global maternal deaths in 2015

New Delhi: India and Nigeria accounted for over one-third of all estimated global maternal deaths in 2015, the Lok Sabha was informed today. "As per Trends in Maternal Mortality:1990 to 2015, Nigeria and India account for over one-third of all ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 days ago India, Nigeria account for 1/3 of global maternal deaths in 2015  TheWeek2 days ago These two countries account for 1/3 of global maternal deaths  Khaleej Times2 days ago No evidence of Beijing strain of TB bacteria spreading through NE states: govt  Navhind Times1 week ago
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