NEET: TN will continue to press Centre for exemption

NEET: TN will continue to press Centre for exemption

Coimbatore The Tamil Nadu Government will continue to exert pressure on the Centre to exempt the state from NEET, education minister K A Sengottaiayan has said. The government’s stand in this regard was clear and it would continue to fight for exemption from NEET for the benefit of the students, he said. Besides, there were plans to release a book containing 54,000 questions being asked at the national-level examinations conducted by the Centre, he said. Stating that new announcements for the benefit of students from economically backward classes would be…

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Centre to Provide Affordable, Safe Healthcare Facilities

Centre to Provide Affordable, Safe Healthcare Facilities

Centre to Provide Affordable, Safe Healthcare Facilities The Centre is committed to the promotion of ayurveda and other forms of traditional medicines and have formed policies for that purpose, Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for AYUSH Shripad Yesso Naik said today. “The Centre wants to provide accessible, affordable and safe healthcare facilities to the people,” he said inaugurating the 7th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo here at Science City. Ministry of AYUSH would organise AROGYA Expo in collaboration with the Government of West Bengal from December 1 to…

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Bird Flu: Centre Asks NIHSAD to Expedite Testing of Samples

Bird Flu: Centre Asks NIHSAD to Expedite Testing of Samples

Stepping up measures to control bird flu, the Centre today directed Bhopal-based National Institute of High Security Animal Diseases (NIHSAD) to expedite testing of samples of birds for avian influenza virus detection and help states to prevent spread of the disease. Pune-based National Institute of Virology (NIV) has also been asked to carry out genome studies and sequencing of the new Virus H5N8 to know the source of the origin of the infection, the Agriculture Ministry said in a statement. This was communicated in a meeting called by Animal Husbandry…

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Chikungunya Deaths at 12, Centre Seeks Report From Delhi Government

Chikungunya Deaths at 12, Centre Seeks Report From Delhi Government

The death toll due to chikungunya-triggered complications stood at 12 on Wednesday, with two new cases reported from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), prompting Union Health Minister J.P. Nadda to seek a report from the Delhi Government on the rising deaths and number of patients. Delhi’s Water Minister Kapil Mishra also appealed to all legislators and councillors to keep aside political differences and fight the vector-borne menace together. Delhi Lt. Governor Najeeb Jung also urged the people to rise above considerations of politics and fight chikungunya and…

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Now Centre for technology and environment Seeks Ban on Potassium Iodate

Now Centre for technology and environment Seeks Ban on Potassium Iodate

The Centre’s ban on the use of potassium bromate as a food additive will lessen threat from cancer-causing chemical compounds and safeguard public health, the CSE today said and additionally sought a ban on potassium iodate, any other chemical used as a flour remedy agent in making bread. “we are satisfied to understand that the FSSAI has banned the use of potassium bromate. Our study on bread last month raised this trouble and FSSAI had announced that it’d be banned quickly. We welcome the set off action. The chemical turned…

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States should work With Centre on Ayurveda: health Minister

States should work With Centre on Ayurveda: health Minister

In an try to encourage traditional medicine and Ayurverdic practices, Union fitness Minister Harsh Vardhan entreated all country governments to paintings with the Centre to enhance the satisfactory of Ayurveda healthcare offerings inside the united states of america. whilst addressing fitness ministers from diverse states at the sixth world Ayurveda Congress (WAC) consultation, he stated, “health for for the duration of a holistic remedy system became not just the mandate of the valuable government, it also wanted lively guide from all kingdom governments.” He emphasized that though many states have…

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Microsoft sets Up Cyber-protection Centre in Gurgaon

Microsoft sets Up Cyber-protection Centre in Gurgaon

Showcasing its commitment to enhancing cyber-safety, US-based totally era business enterprise Microsoft on Tuesday stated it has installation a Cyber protection Engagement Centre (CSEC) in Gurgaon. The CSEC targets to force the public-private partnership to fight cybercrime, toughen cooperation with Indian agencies, authorities and educational corporations on cyber-safety. The Gurgaon centre, one of the handiest seven such centres internationally, will serve as a devoted hub for Microsoft in India and brings together Microsoft’s digital Crime Unit specialists comprising legal professionals, investigators and protection response specialists. “Our Cyber safety Engagement Centre…

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Cape Breton cancer Centre introduces new breast most cancers remedy approach

Cape Breton cancer Centre introduces new breast most cancers remedy approach

The Cape Breton cancer Centre is the use of a new method called breath/preserve to treat a few breast most cancers sufferers. it is a easy technique that calls for the affected person to take a deep breath and maintain it for 20 to 30 seconds to permit a radiation beam to attention and extra as it should be hit its supposed area. Cape Breton cancer Centre gets $3.7M linear accelerator The Nova Scotia health Authority says the centre on the Cape Breton local clinic is the first in Atlantic…

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