25 Nov 2015
Bengaluru: Rahul Gandhi faced some embarrassing moments when a large section of his student audience at a women's college responded in resonating 'yes' to his poser whether they thought Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ambitious 'Swachh Bharat' and 'Make In India' campaigns were working.
26 Nov 2015
Bengaluru: Girls of a convent college here embarrassed Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi yesterday by endorsing Prime Minister Narendra Modi's pet initiatives Clean India (Swachh Bharat) and Make in India.
20 Nov 2015
New Delhi: In light of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and making India free from open defecation the World Toilet College, an initiative organised by Jagran Pehel in association of Parmarth Niketan will be started from March 2016.
19 Oct 2015
New Delhi: Observing that the prestigious AIIMS was overburdened, the government yesterday said it is all set to expand the network of medical colleges in the country even as Finance Minister Arun Jaitley pushed for relaxation in medical council and municipal norms to achieve that goal.
19 Nov 2015
New Delhi: AIIMS in collaboration with France-based FAM-Medical Academy Foundation and the French Embassy in India have decided to develop cheaper cancer and cardiovascular drugs.
19 Nov 2015
New Delhi: “Private Instagram for medical records" this is how Amit, cofounder of Medzap, describes his application. Medzap is an application to help users manage their medical records.
02 Sep 2015
Itanagar: The Centre has assured Arunachal Pradesh of sanctioning funds for setting up a 50-bedded Ayurveda Medical College and Hospital at Tezu in Lohit district.
11 Nov 2015
New Delhi: The Supreme Court has ordered a stay on admissions in 100 medical seats in Hi-Tech Medical College and Hospital, Rourkela, and 50 seats in Kalinga Institute of Medical Sciences, Bhubaneswar, Odisha.
18 Nov 2015
Chennai: With Tamil Nadu ravaged by North East monsoon, authorities have gone on a war-footing to avert any major epidemic by setting up medical camps in the rain-hit areas where 55,000 people have already been examined.
18 Nov 2015
New Delhi: At a time when the world is witnessing a boom in smartphone-assisted technologies helping healthcare providers, India cannot be lagging behind to give the 'health for all' dream a much-needed boost, feel experts.