Telangana Health Minister protests hike in prices of lifesaving drugs
He said that the only work of the BJP-led Union government was to impose burdens on the poor and troubling them.
Rise in Covid cases: No need to panic, says Health Minister Bharadwaj
Bhardwaj said that the government is prepared to deal with any eventuality and that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will hold a review meeting on the matter on Friday.
Classes in nine new medical colleges from July, confirms Health Minister Harish Rao
He said that the credit for starting the medical colleges in the hinterland goes to Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao.
Isolation wards coming up at Thiruvananthapuram and Kozhikode medical colleges
On the first floor, apart from the nursing staff room and doctors’ lounge, there will be a seminar room, bystanders’ area, waiting area, nurse station and isolation room.
Surveillance on influenza cases strengthened: Kerala Health Minister
According to her, the state had issued guidelines since October last year after influenza A cases involving H1N1 and H3N2 were reported.
Union Health Minister Mandaviya inaugurates 100th Jan Aushadi Kendra in Bengaluru South
CM Basavaraj Bommai said that much attention is now being given to health and education in Bengaluru and a special Bengaluru Health System is also being curated.
New facilities to come up at Telangana government hospital: Minister T Harish Rao
A palliative centre and a five-bed ward for terminally ill cancer patients have been set up in the Siddipet government hospital.
Karnataka Health Minister Sudhakar praises DK Shivakumar, will he return to Congress?
The praise comes days after Sudhakar, a former Congress leader who switched to the BJP in 2019, praised another Congress leader and former deputy CM Dr G Parameshwar in Koratagere.
Odisha health minister murder: Crime Branch searches accused ASI’s quarters, office
During the search some handwritten and printed documents besides diaries have been seized.
Crime Branch after ‘flushed’ motive of ASI who killed Odisha minister
Presuming that he could get killed too, Gopal had reportedly written down the reason behind his decision to kill the minister so that the police could recover those papers from his body later.
Odisha: Slain minister Naba Das' personal security officer suspended
The move comes after the state government had on Tuesday transferred Jharsuguda superintendent of police and Brajrajnagar sub-divisional police officer following the killing of the minister.
ASI Gopal Das who shot Odisha Health Minister grilled by Crime Branch
The Crime Branch is examining whether the accused ASI is suffering from psychological issues and if he had discontinued his medication in the last few days.
The last day of minister Naba Das
The tragic incident sent Jharsuguda in disbelief as residents could not come to terms with the attack on Das who played a key role in implementing many development projects.
Odisha health minister Naba Kishore Das dies after being shot at by policeman
Earlier in the day, Das was shot and grievously injured when he got out of his car, allegedly by a police officer who was captured.
Kerala Health Minister orders probe on failed students getting Bachelor's degree
It was found that seven students who failed the second-year exam also received the degree allegedly due to political interference.
Karnataka Health Minister launches vaccine campaign against brain fever
Arrangements are being made in all health institutions, Anganwadi centres and other community areas. The vaccine will be supplied free of cost by the government, he said.
Tamil Nadu first among big states in controlling and preventing AIDS
Only 0.18% of population in state infected by HIV whereas it is 0.24% at national level
Maternal mortality rate in TS down to 43%
Health Minister Harish Rao attributes drop in maternal deaths to schemes launched by the State government
1.5 cr to undergo free eye testing, treatment: Harish
50 L spectacles distributed during the first phase of Kanti Velugu scheme
Continue masking up in public spaces, says Ma Subramanian
Random testing of 2% international travellers at airports withdrawn