India pledges $15-mn at virtual global vaccine summit; funds to be used for immunisation programmes across the world
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday pledged $15-million as India's contribution to the vaccines alliance GAVI at the Global Vaccine Summit hosted by the UK
Budget 2020: A mixed bag for healthcare services, pharma sector; additional duties on medical devices to hike costs for consumers
While one of the key focus areas for this Budget 2020-21 on socio-welfare front is to widen the reach of affordable healthcare services, it also lays emphasis on government policy of ‘Make in India’.
World Immunisation Week: Vaccination phobia can be tackled through public campaigns, mass media, says medical expert
The World Immunisation Week is being celebrated from 24-30 April 2019 to promote vaccination to protect people of all ages against diseases.
A huge disparity in access & distribution of healthcare in India makes Universal health coverage a must.
Narendra Modi interacts with ASHA, ANM and Anganwadi workers, underlines importance of welfare of women, children
Narendra Modi in his interaction also spoke how the ASHA, ANM and Anganwadi workers have helped bring a mind-set change besides implementing health programmes.
Project Sashakt: Creating a bigger bad asset market is a good idea; but who will do the bankrolling?
Project Sashakt's success hinges on the Modi government's ability to push out a scheme that can generate sufficient investor interest.
Narendra Modi meets officials from PMO, NITI Aayog; wants efforts to prevent under-nutrition to be seen by 2022
Narendra Modi reviewed the progress made to prevent under-nutrition in India, and stressed that visible results should be seen by 2022, the 75th anniversary of independence
From selling public sector bank stakes to recap bonds, the bank recapitalisation scheme has many issues
ll private television and radio channels to publicise the government's immunisation programme 'Mission Indradhanush'
The government has identified 254 districts spread across 28 states to enhance its immunisation coverage under the Mission Indradhanush programme during the ongoing World Immunisation Week.
Government today admitted that 89 lakh children in India are either partially immunised or have received no immunisation