The Homoeopathic Compendium by David Little is published

David Little – when this name comes to my mind, I do recollect my first few communications with him when I was working on ‘The Phoenix Repertory’ with Dr. JPS Bakshi and David Warkentin nearly 20 years before. During my MD course also, I had couples of emails from him. I followed his all enlightening … Read more

New potential Malaria treatment detected

Scientists have discovered a new molecules that can kill the malaria parasite, paving way for effective treatment for the disease. Using ultra sophisticated computerised modelling tools, researchers were successful in identifying a type of candidate molecules toxic for the pathogen, but not for the infected human red blood cells. The most severe form of malaria … Read more

Rs 3 lakh crore in 12th Plan for health sector

The appreciable developments in the healthcare sector are attributable to the strengthening of the health infrastructure in the country, and a focused approach by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. The Government has increased budget outlay by 335% to Rs 3 lakh crore in 12th Plan for healthcare to achieve universal and inclusive healthcare … Read more

Anniversary of Myanmar junta crackdown

Thousands thronged Yangon on Thursday marking the anniversary of a bloody crackdown on Myanmar rallies 25 years ago, in a historic commemoration urging further democratic reform. Some five thousand people crammed into a convention centre and thousands more watched large television screens outside to witness a landmark ceremony recalling the huge 1988 student protests that … Read more

Health in India – Review 2012

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare implements several national level programmes /schemes to control Communicable and Non-communicable diseases. The National Rural Health Mission is the flagship programme of the Ministry. It focuses on the challenge of strengthening poor public health systems in the country. Department of Health & Family Welfare Since the launch of the … Read more

Degree Programs in Hospitality Education

Acknowledging the importance of possessing a Degree by its hospitality students, the National Council for Hotel Management and Catering Technology – NCHMCT has renewed its pledge by extending its MoU with Indira Gandhi National Open University – IGNOU for its 3-year B.Sc. and 2-year M.Sc. Programs for a period of five years. The MoU was … Read more

India’s public school students on par with private students

Contrary to past research, private school students in India do not outperform their counterparts in public schools. The study challenges the claim that private schools are superior – a hot issue in India and other developing countries that are expanding K-12 educational offerings. During the past decade, some 40 million children have entered India’s education … Read more

Google marks Children’s Day 2011 with a special doodle

Today, the doodle that Google India put on its home page to celebrate Children’s Day, the birthday of the first Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, was created by Varsha Gupta, a Class III student from Ryan International School, Greater Noida. Varsha Gupta was chosen as the winner of this year’s Doodle 4 Google competition organised by Google.

Google had announced that it would put the winning Doodle 4 Google entry on the Google India homepage on Children’s Day – 14th November 2011.

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