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RIMS lab gets NABL accreditation

The HIV laboratory NRL ICTC at the department of microbiology of RIMS has been granted NABL accreditation by the National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories in the field of medical testing Source IT News E Pao!, 1 week ago

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India to offer holistic treatment to the world through Ayush on Yoga Day

India is set to roll out on June 21 its national policy to offer to the people around the world "holistic healing" through Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy (Ayush) under a well-regulated and transparent framework. Prime Minister Narendra Modi may ...
 Deccan Herald5 days ago
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Posh eateries serving unhygienic food, says Delhi food department

In a shocking discovery, the Department of Food Safety (DFS) of Delhi has found that many posh restaurants and upscale brands in the Capital are serving "unsafe" and "unhygienic" food to Delhiites. According to the department officials, food samples collected ...
 DNA2 weeks ago

HRD Ministry eyes overhauling of education sector

[India] May 17 (ANI): With the aim to improve the quality of education and also to make India a hub of world class universities, the Ministry of Human Resource Development has taken a slew of measures to overhaul the education system in the country. It has ...
 Sify1 month ago

Chenab Bridge set to be world's highest railway bridge

The Chenab Bridge in Jammu and Kashmir will be the highest railway arch bridge in the world at 359 meters, (1,178 ft), even taller than the Eifel Tower. In year 2016-17 26 percent of work has been completed out of total 63.51 percent.About 550 locals have ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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How rumours hit immunisation programme in Muslim-dominated Mewat

Haryana's Muslim-dominated Mewat district has the lowest immunisation rate among children under the age of six years, which is a matter of concern for the authorities who are now trying to rope in clerics to address the situation. The immunisation rate here is 13 per cent, much lower than the state average of 62.2 per cent, according to the National Family Health Survey. Officials say the rate of immunisation in Mewat is low mainly because of rumours which started spreading more than ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Quality, standardised products to check inflow of unsafe ones

Manufacturing good quality and standardised products in India would help prevent flooding of domestic market with unsafe and sub-standard imports in the country, the commerce ministry today said. It also said that the government and the industry need to work ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Home healthcare gaining ground, but what about regulations?

New Delhi - Private home healthcare appears to be gaining ground in India, but this critical segment is surprisingly outside the purview of a proper regulatory framework. Even the recently-announced National Health Policy, 2017, seems to have completely ...
 Sify2 months ago
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