“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.
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
Delhi Homoeopathic Board’s electoral process is going to be held on Monday, 18th June,2012. Elections are held for four members out of nine. Earlier there 6 members used to be elected by the registered homeopathic doctors, as per amendment in 1996, 4 members are to be elected and rest are nominated.
Delhi Homoeopathic Board’s electoral process is going to be held on Monday, 18th June,2012. Elections are held for four members out of nine. The Board of Homoeopathic System of Medicine. Delhi was established in the year 1956 by enacting Delhi Homoeopathic Act, 1956, Delhi Homoeopathic Rules, 1958.
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