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My disdain for the contemporary politics is no longer a secret. From my columns here and elsewhere, readers would also recognize that one of the major reasons I hold the current lot of politicians entrusted with the task of governance is their total apathy to the major health concerns that continue to bedevil our country.
New Delhi, Health Minister J P Nadda on Monday introduced the Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2016 in the Lok Sabha, reports Hindu Business Line.
New Delhi: The government has decided to add 1,700 new beds to the existing capacity of AIIMS New Delhi and 1,300 new beds to the capacity of Safdarjung Hospital, Union Health Minister J P Nadda informed the Lok Sabha on Friday.
New Delhi: The central government on Thursday said a heliport will be constructed at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here after all requisite regulatory clearances have been sorted out.
New Delhi (IANS): Countering claims by two BJP parliamentarians, union Health Minister J P Nadda on Friday said tobacco was directly linked to cancer and the central government intended to go ahead with pictorial warnings on tobacco products.
Health minister urged to look into the problems faced by Indian doctors with foreign medical degrees
Mumbai: Shiv Sena MP Dr Shrikant Shinde along with Maharashtra health minister Dr Deepak Sawant, MP Arvind Sawant, Dr Pritam Munde and Dr Heena Gavit met union health minister J P Nadda and urged him to look into the problems faced by Indian doctors with foreign medical degrees who wish to work in India.
New Delhi: According to the Medical Council of India (MCI), the total number of registered doctors in the country is 9,36,488 as on December 31, 2014.
New Delhi: In a significant development, the Medical Council of India (MCI) has directed two private hospitals in Delhi to withdraw their advertisements of medical professionals issued in national newspapers and also asked them to issue a corrigendum as a penalty.
New Delhi: Report on Tuberculosis Research Funding Trends, 2005–2013 published in 2014 by Treatment Action Group (TAG), an activist organization, shows annual research and development (R&D) spending by pharmaceutical companies for TB of $99.6 million by this sector in 2013 has fallen below the $99.9 million the industry spent on TB research in 2009, Health Minister J P Nadda informed the Lok Sabha on Friday.