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FTCCI announced its Annual Excellence Awards and invites entries, last date is 20th June 2024

New Categories added this year are Digital Transformation by Enterprises and ESG performance - to go along the sustainable development goals of the existing categories...
Jun 13

Neonatal Unit Fire: Court Dismisses Bail for Unqualified Ayurvedic Doctor

The Baby Care New Born Child Hospital was allegedly operating with an expired license and without fire department clearance, highlighting serious legal and safety violations....
Jun 05

Attack on Doctor at GB Hospital Sparks Outrage in Medical Community

Attacks on doctors not only endanger their lives but also disrupt the medical services they provide. It is essential for authorities to address these concerns ...
Jun 04

Should Doctors Be Exempt from the Consumer Protection Act? A Complex Debate

If doctors are exempted, it could lead to changes in how medical malpractice cases are handled and potentially reduce the practice of defensive medicine. This ...
May 30

Unqualified Doctors and Expired Licence: The Shocking Truth Behind Delhi's Hospital Fire

The loss of innocent lives due to negligence and lack of safety measures is unacceptable. Authorities must ensure that strict regulations are enforced to prevent ...
May 27

Navigating Legal Waters: Covishield's Side Effects Prompt Legal Battle from Parents

The legal actions initiated by affected families highlight the need for comprehensive investigations into vaccine-related adverse events and the pursuit of accountability....
May 02

Whither social justice and decent work for women?

Financial dependence and inadequate income are key factors contributing to women’s vulnerability to domestic violence too. The partner who holds control over resources is ...
May 02

Telangana graced the inaugural function of the full-day National Tax Conference

The taxes from the citizens must be collected in such a way as honeybees collect nectar from the flowers, gently and without inflicting pain: Hon’...
Mar 23

Combatting Pharmaceutical Fraud: Delhi Police Raid Fake Cancer Drug Syndicate

By fostering transparency, accountability, and adherence to stringent quality standards, we can mitigate the risks posed by counterfeit drugs and uphold the sanctity of patient ...
Mar 13

Architect Tripat Girdhar has received Indian Glory Award 2024 & Fames 60 Under 60 Awards 2024

The prestigious event hosted on March 3rd, 2024 in New Delhi, India, showcased the industry’s best and brightest talent in Sustainable Architecture & Real Estate....
Mar 12

It is not natural disasters but manmade barriers that block access to TB care

It is not natural disasters (like hurricanes or storms) which block access to TB care services most times, but manmade barriers that fuel injustices, inequities, ...
Mar 11

Venkaiah Naidu unveiled a book “There I Was” authored by Mrs Aruna Ravi Kumar

All must follow standards, more so Politicians and Journalists: Shri Venkaiah Naidu, Former Vice President of India. Focus first on your mother tongue, then your ...
Feb 27

149 experts call to find all TB to stop TB

Despite glaring gaps, there is historic progress made in India too in fight against TB. India saw the largest-ever rollout of WHO recommended molecular ...
Feb 15

FTCCI organised a Conclave on GST and Globalization

TCCI demands Telangana State Government to increase the threshold limit for GST to Rs 40 lakh turnover as in many states from the current Rs ...
Feb 10

Growing call to make Big Tobacco pay for health and environment harms

Earlier this week, delegates to the intergovernmental meeting of global tobacco treaty were greeted with calls to make Big Tobacco pay for its abuses....
Feb 07

It is time to hold governments to account for ending tobacco

The global tobacco treaty (WHO FCTC) is the first ever public health and corporate accountability treaty of the WHO. If implemented fully it will protect ...
Feb 07

Why are shorter, safer and more effective treatments for drug-resistant TB not being rolled out?

TB globally, out of which 410,000 cases were of drug-resistant TB. Moreover only less than half of those with drug-resistant TB (43%) ...
Feb 05

FTCCI celebrates 75th Republic Day

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Jan 27

IML Conducts 8th National Convention On Medicine & Law

Privileging should be introduced in stages opined Justice Manmohan Sarin, Former Chief Justice of the High Court of Jammu & Kashmir....
Jan 18

BHARATEEYAM, an opera involving all the 300 students was performed to convey message Politicians should be like Rama

To mark the occasion and celebrate the same, a mega opera, "BHARATEEYA DNA", an opera by 300 students on a single stage, was held....
Jan 13

Are we prepared to combat online gender-based violence?

While governments globally are struggling to end gender-based violence by 2030, the challenge has become more complex and sinister with rising online forms of ...
Jan 09

First National Research Conference in Corporate Governance held at NALSAR University

CSI CCGRT - Hyderabad together with NALSAR University of Law organised the three-day National Conference called Corp Con 2024. ICSI to launch its first ADR ...
Jan 07

Are online spaces safe for women?

One must not forget that online public sphere is as real and impactful as its offline counterpart and the impact of online gender-based violence (...
Dec 08

Madras High Court Advocates for Equality: PG Medical Students to Receive Incentive Marks for COVID-19 Duty

The Madras High Court has not only rectified an apparent disparity but also championed the cause of fairness and equality. The ruling ensures that PG ...
Nov 18

Let’s find it early. Fight it early', Sonali Bendre Voices the Importance of Early Detection of Breast Cancer in FUJIFILM India's new Ad Campaign

FUJIFILM India, a leader in cutting-edge medical technology and healthcare solutions has come up with an inspiring brand campaign, raising awareness about early detection ...
Oct 11

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