HEALTH

Indian scientists make Ayurvedic drug to cure dengue

Indian scientists have formulated an Ayurvedic drug to cure dengue. The drug is claimed to be the first in the world. Pilot studies proving clinical safety and efficacy of the drug have already been conducted by the Central Council for Research in Ayurvedic Sciences, CCRAS, and regional research centre of the Indian Council of Medical … Continue reading Indian scientists make Ayurvedic drug to cure dengue

UN to protect billion people in Africa from yellow fever by 2026

United Nations Amid a resurgence of yellow fever outbreaks, the United Nations together with partners, has begun an ambitious campaign to vaccinate close to one billion people against the deadly disease across 27 high-risk African countries. “With one injection we can protect a person for life against this dangerous pathogen,” said Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the … Continue reading UN to protect billion people in Africa from yellow fever by 2026

On World TB Day, Govt launches new initiatives to combat TB

Secretary, @MoHFW_INDIA, Smt. Preeti Sudan addresses the participants at a function, on occasion of #WorldTBDay 2018’, in New Delhi pic.twitter.com/AxW2DL3xi3 — PIB India (@PIB_India) March 24, 2018 NEW DELHI “We are already aligned with world TB treatment protocols. It has to a mission to End TB by 2025, through community participation, involving civil societies and … Continue reading On World TB Day, Govt launches new initiatives to combat TB

Ayushman Bharat to provide cashless treatment to 40% of population: Health Minister

AMN / Union Health Minister J P Nadda has said Ayushman Bharat-National Health Protection Mission will provide insurance cover to nearly 40 per cent of the population in the country. Over 10 crore poor and vulnerable families are the target beneficiaries under the scheme. Briefing reporters in New Delhi, Mr Nadda said, a beneficiary of … Continue reading Ayushman Bharat to provide cashless treatment to 40% of population: Health Minister

Govt. approves National Health Sheme for poor

Scheme cover of Rs. 5 lakh per family per year More than 10 crore families to be covered ANDALIB AKHTER  / NEW DELHI The Union Cabinet today approved the launch of a new Centrally Sponsored scheme Ayushman Bharat-National Health Protection Mission (AB-NHPM). The scheme will cover more than 10 crore families belonging to poor and … Continue reading Govt. approves National Health Sheme for poor

PM launches Tuberculosis Free India Campaign

India has targeted to eliminate Tuberculosis by 2025 Our Correspondent / New Delhi Prime Minister Narendra Modi today launched Tuberculosis Free India Campaign. Inaugurating the Delhi End TB Summit in New Delhi, Mr Modi said this Summit will be known as a landmark event to end TB permanently from Earth. He said TB was declared … Continue reading PM launches Tuberculosis Free India Campaign

“No woman should die of heart disease”

  Our Correspondent / New Delhi “No woman should die of heart disease just because she cannot afford treatment, or it is ignored,” said doctors at a press conference on eve of International Women’s Day here today. They said that in last two decades India have seen a steady rise in incidences of heart attack … Continue reading “No woman should die of heart disease”

UoH develops medicine to kill deadly malaria parasite

HYDERABAD A research team from the University of Hyderabad has developed a medicine that efficiently kills the plasmodium falciparum parasite that causes malaria. A release from the varsity said that the polymer-based nanomedicine was developed by a research group led by Pradip Paik, Associate Professor of the School of Engineering Sciences and Technology at the … Continue reading UoH develops medicine to kill deadly malaria parasite

Eating green leafy vegetables can reduce risk of a stroke

AMN Consuming green leafy vegetables may be a novel way to reduce stress and lower the risk of experiencing a stroke, as per a recent study. People who ate more green leafy vegetables had 64% lower risk of experiencing a stroke. Researchers studied 682 patients (average age 53.7 years) who experienced brain bleeds. A stroke … Continue reading Eating green leafy vegetables can reduce risk of a stroke

Tributes showered on Hakim Ajmal Khan on Unani Day

“Govt making concerted efforts to promote, propagate Unani Medicine” ANDALIB AKHTER  / NEW DELHI The two day International Conference on Unani Medicine concluded here on Sunday with showers of tribute to Hakim Ajmal Khan on his 150th birth anniversary. Earlier in his inaugural address  Minister of State (IC), Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region, … Continue reading Tributes showered on Hakim Ajmal Khan on Unani Day

QAUMI AWAAZ

Justice Rajinder Sachar is no more

  AMN / NEW DELHI Well know legal luminary, human righ activist and former Chief Justice of the Delhi ...

“Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas” is not mere a slogan, says Naqvi

Our Correspondent / Rampur Union Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi today said that “Sabka Saath ...

Supreme Court judgment recognises powers of NCMEI

Our Correspondent / NEW DELHI The Supreme Court has ruled that the National Commission for Minority Education ...

SPORTS

CWG 2018: Shuttlers continue India’s medal rush in Gold Coast

Gold Coast India's badminton players continued their fine run here on Sunday with Saina Nehwal and Kidambi ...

CWG 2018: Manika strikes gold, clinches mixed bronze with Sathiyan in Table Tennis

Gold Coast India's Manika Batra won the bronze medal in the mixed doubles team event of Table Tennis with G ...

Saina Nehwal clinches Badminton Singles Gold in CWG

  https://twitter.com/TheBridge_IN/status/985386456511266816 On the concluding day of the Commonwealt ...