18 new Ayurveda colleges get Centre’s nod

Eighteen new Ayurveda colleges have received the Centre’s nod this year, against permission for only one such institution in the last three years as government seeks to promote traditional forms of treatment and integrate them into the existing health care

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Flaunt Ayurveda as Made in India

Authors Dr Jyoti Kainth and Divya Kapur has indicated towards a great opportunity for Ayurveda. In Busines World , Jyoti-Divya say,India can cash in on its age old tradition of natural goodness and Ayurveda and proudly flaunt the ‘Made in

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Double-action drugs: one key opens two locks

D. BALASUBRAMANIAN in The Hindu stated that the old trial and error is modernised into “high throughput screening” of hundreds of molecules, and the time for ‘bingo’ here is in days rather than years. In the history of medicine, the

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India highlights Ayurveda in South African event

Highlighting the potential of Ayurveda, India has showcased its culture, business and cuisine techniques to South African business leaders with an aim to increase bilateral trade. 150 Indian companies which are present in South Africa have proven technology and competencies

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Trial of Ayurveda Drugs on Animals in the Offing

The first trial of Ayurveda medicines on animals for checking the safety of the drugs will be launched in Trivandrum soon. The clinical trial has been made mandatory for granting license to manufacturers and selling patented and proprietary medicines. The

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Ayurved University building in limbo

Just before the last assembly elections, the Punjab government had started Guru Ravidas Ayurved University in the city in the Panchayat Bhawan building in 2011 with much fanfare and started work on a new building on the leased land in

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