“Voting has always been a dirty politics, please don’t do it in ‘Homoeopathy’ at least!!” says Dr Rakesh Saxena. I believe this is true. Do we need today’s politics in Homeopathy? Is there any need to politicize Homeopathy? I feel, we need to work together for the progress and upliftment of homeopathy in this 21st Century.
There is a major concern about “Job Opportunities” in young homeopathic doctors. Every year nearly 250 homeopathic doctors are produced by 2 homeopathic colleges in New Delhi – NHMC and Dr. BR Sur, and 1 from NCR i.e. Bakson, and they all registered with Delhi Homeopathic Board. Moreover, more homeopathic doctors are registered in Delhi … Read more
When elections are called, politicians and their supporters attempt to influence policy by competing directly for the votes of constituents in what are called campaigns. Supporters for a campaign can be either formally organized or loosely affiliated, and frequently utilize campaign advertising. I believe this is the Facebook which is really hot in this Delhi Board’s election.
The gap between some things is amazing. Petrol prices three years ago. Petrol prices now. Similarly, the age factor has been crucial in any elections. Leadership is not linked to age, but it matters sometimes. Age has been closely linked with the issue of political participation.
Delhi Homoeopathic Board’s electoral process is going to be held on 18th June,2012. You are requested to support Vota and Elect: 1. Dr. Kewal.Krishan.Juneja- 9818301049 B.No.3, 2. Dr.Aditya Kaushik-9811126648 B.No.1, 3. Dr. Raj.Kumar.Sahota-9810124124 B.No.5, 4. Dr.Ramesh Chand Agarwal-9811210805 B.No.6