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Yoga can cure cancer, says Union minister

Union Minister Shripad Naik on Saturday said a research has proved that yoga can cure diseases like cancer and propagated the use of AYUSH (Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and......

Govt fighting swine flu with ayurvedic meds and isolation wards

A day after death toll due to swine flu crossed 700, Union Minister of State for Health Shripad Naik said the Centre is sending special ayurvedic medicinal syrups to all states as part of its......

Pub culture doesn't suit India, says Goa minister. Do you agree?

Union Tourism Minister Shripad Naik has said that the pub culture needs to be controlled and that tourism should not be promoted on its basis. "Pub culture does not suit our country and hence we......

Pranab completes 3 years as Rashtrapati, says life hasn't been boring at all

There is a lot to be done at Rashtrapati Bhavan, said President Pranab Mukherjee on Saturday as he ushered in his fourth year in office dispelling notions that life in the President's Estate was in......

After Yoga Day tweet row, Ram Madhav calls on Vice President Ansari

Bharatiya Janata Party General Secretary Ram Madhav, who had criticised Vice President Hamid Ansari for not attending the main yoga day celebrations here on June 21, called on him on Wednesday.......

'Mayaram would be of great help to Tourism ministry'

Union Tourism Minister Shripad Naik on Friday said that having Arvind Mayaram as the new secretary in the ministry would be of great help. "I had requested the government to post some good officer......

Why the govt is keen to lower visa fees, air fares

The Centre wants to decrease visa fees and air fares in a bid to boost tourism in India, Union Tourism Minister Shripad Naik said on Sunday. "We are charging $100 as visa fee while other countries......

'Tax collections to exceed target'

Minister of State for Finance Shripad Naik on Thursday exuded confidence that the overall tax collection would exceed the budget target of Rs 2,41,460 crore (Rs 2,414.60 billion) this fiscal."We......

Parrikar unveils Defence Procurement Procedure

  Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Monday unveiled the much-awaited Defence Procurement Procedure, saying it will ensure transparency and speed in acquisition process and boost the 'Make......

Tata Starbucks, Kellogg, McCain fail to get FSSAI approval

The Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has rejected product approval applications of Tata Starbucks, Kellogg and McCain due to lack of sufficient supporting documents for......

India set for another sports disaster: Cloud over Goa's Lusofonia Games

The third edition of the Lusofonia Games in Goa, scheduled to begin in November 2, is in danger of being called off due to the state government's failure to complete projects related to the event......

Lusofonia Games: OC quits after Kalmadi aide named advisor

Tainted Commonwealth Games official, Rajkumar Sacheti has been appointed as “advisor” for this year's Lusofonia Games by the Goa government, leading to the resignation of the Organising......

Future of Mumbai cricket at stake in polls

The working of a unit in an organisation often defines the characteristics of the whole organisation. The Mumbai Cricket Association, which goes to the polls on Wednesday, April 30, is an example.......
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CCRAS develops anti-diabetic ayurvedic drug

CSIR, another research organisation, reported that cow urine distillate was found to possess the property of bio-enhancement of an anti-cancer... ...

http://www.livemint.com/Politics/3aRw9w6zhbVsoyIoGgZwSJ/CCRAS-develops-antidiabetic-ayurvedic-drug.html
Government To Set Up Laboratories To Tackle Bio-Terrorism

The government is setting up a national network of Viral Research and Diagnostic Laboratories (VRDL) across the country to handle cases of... ...

http://m.ndtv.com/india-news/government-to-set-up-laboratories-to-tackle-bio-terrorism-1400859
Government stand on MoI

The Union Minister for AYUSH, Mr Shripad Naik has come clear on the MoI imbroglio confronting Goa that Primary Education in mother tongue is must.... ...

http://www.heraldgoa.in/Edit/People-Edit/Government-stand-on-MoI/101425.html
Budget for health research hiked by 13%, Centre tells Rajya Sabha

NEW DELHI: In an attempt to promote research and innovation in the healthcare sector, the government has increased the budgetary allocation for... ...

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Budget-for-health-research-hiked-by-13-Centre-tells-Rajya-Sabha/articleshow/52008294.cms
RSS is now gunning for Parsekar's chair, as parivar's MoI divide widens

It's becoming almost impossible to take one's feet off the MoI pedal, with a desperate government forced to run to the centre in order to quell the... ...

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