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Nurses an important pillar of health care: Minister

Nurses an important pillar of health care: Minister

Imphal, May 18 (UNI) Manipur Agriculture, Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Minister Hangkhalian said nurses are the pillar, skeleton, part and parcel of the health care sector.
He appreciated those taking the profession and encouraged the nurses to serve with dedication and take care of the poor and needy patients.
Nurses should move forward and should not forget the great contributions made by Florence Nightingale, the lady of the lamp, in caring of the sick people, he said.
The minister was speaking during observation of International Nurses Week Celebration under the theme “Nursing: A Voice to Lead-Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals” here today at Jubilee Hall in Lamphelpat here.
Parliamentary Secretary, Health and Family Welfare Soibam Subhashchandra Singh said the government proposes to give the Best Nurse Award to the best nurse workers from this year to enhance and strengthen the duty of nurses towards sick persons and increase the bond of love between nurses and the patients.
The Chief Guest and other dignitaries distributed prizes to the first rank holders of various events which were held during the observation week.


Aarogyasri Trust holds cancer detection screening camps

Hyderabad, Jun 23 (UNI) Telangana Aarogyasri Health Care trust, the flagship scheme of the state government with an aim to provide quality health care to poor is holding early cancer detection screening camps in rural areas in the state.


Pilates fitness centre at Apollo Life

Hyderabad, Jun 23 (UNI) Apollo Life in association with Body Image, Mumbai launched Pilates Fitness Centre at its hospital here today.


Govt launches VAJRA for global scientists

New Delhi, Jun 22 (UNI) The Government today launched a web portal VAJRA -- Visiting Advanced Joint Research -- for faculty scheme of science and engineering research board and also released a commemorative stamp on completion of 250 years of Survey of India (SoI).


Chowdary inaugurates Indian Pavilion at BIO International Convention, Exhibition

New Delhi, Jun 21 (UNI) Minister of State for Science and Technology and Earth Sciences YS Chowdary has said that the positive discussions during Biotechnology Innovation Organisation (BIO) International Convention and Exhibition 2017 will lead to a lot of new opportunities for Indian start-up companies in Science and Technology.


Ayurveda equally effective to cure fever: Bharatiya Chikitsa dept

Kozhikode, Jun 19 (UNI) At a time when infectious diseases were spreading in Kerala which reported more than 100 deaths during the last few days, Bharatiya Chikitsa Department today said elaborate arrangements have been made to provide ayurveda treatment to patients in this district, which also proved equally effective as conventional medicine to cure fever.


WWF urges Centre to boost measures for conservation of sea turtles

New Delhi, Jun 18 (UNI) WWF has urged the government to strengthen measures for protection and conservation of sea turtles, whose population was threatened by thousands of killings during trawling of shrimps every year.

Nano-particle fertilizer could lead to new 'green revolution'

Nano-particle fertilizer could lead to new 'green revolution'

New Delhi, Jan 26 (UNI) Sri Lankan scientists report having developed a simple way to make a benign, more efficient fertilizer – described as nano-particle fertilizer - that could contribute to a second food revolution across the globe.

Broken pebbles offer clues to Palaeolithic funeral rituals

Broken pebbles offer clues to Palaeolithic funeral rituals

New Delhi, Feb 9 (UNI) Humans may have ritualistically "killed" objects to remove their symbolic power, some 5,000 years earlier than previously thought, a new international study of marine pebble tools from an Upper Palaeolithic burial site in Italy suggests.