AYUSH Ministry allotted a budge of Rs 1,939.76 crore

New Delhi: In a welcome step, AYUSH Ministry bagged a 15per cent increase in the budget for the current financial year. An outlay of Rs 1,939.76 crore has been earmarked for the Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy

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All PHCs to have AYUSH doctor: AYUSH Minister

New Delhi. Every primary health centres (PHCs) in the country will have a doctor from alternative medicine systems besides an allopathy practitioner. Union AYUSH Minister Shripad Naik said that doctors either from Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Unani and Siddha streams will be

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Ayurveda Yoga and the Policy makers

Can we hope that we make Ayurveda our main system of medicine and allopathic system only for emergencies? Can we think beyond BAMS and on real Ayurveda which is attached to mother earth, our rivers, our trees, our grasses and

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Prevention of Diabetes with Ayurveda and Yoga

by exercising restraint with the science of yoga. Yogasana and pranayama are highly sophisticated and scientific systems which invigorate each and every internal part of the body and provide us stillness of mind. According to the World Health Organisation, in

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Comrades join hands for Ayurveda and Tourism

New Delhi. A senior leader of Communist Party of Nepal (UML) J.N. Khanal and Kerala CM P Vijayan are agreed to cooperate in the tourism and Ayurveda sectors. Both the leaders met at the official residence of Kerala Chief Minister

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Ayurvedic Research Work: Shortcomings and Solutions

Any research work becomes valid and widely accepted when it is published in peer review journals. Documentation and publication of research findings is the main issue faced by Ayurveda in the global arena. During last two decades, use of Ayurveda

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