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Centre mulls mechanisms to check misuse of antibiotics

New Delhi: The Union health ministry on Wednesday said it is mulling mechanisms to introduce audits of doctors’ prescriptions as part of efforts to curb the misuse of antibiotics that is contributing to the emergence of bacteria resistant to even last-resort medicines. Senior ministry officials said the government has recognised antimicrobial resistance as a “huge challenge,” […] Read More »

Bee attack on Barawafat procession, 60 hurt

Udaipur : Some 60 persons including women and children were admitted to the district hospital after they were stung by bees at Kachnara under Hathunia police station in Pratapgarh on Monday. The victims were participating in a large procession that was taken out by the Muslim community on the occasion of Eid-Milad-un-Nabi. The grand ... Read More »

Travel predictions for 2017

New Delhi : Use of travel apps will increase by next year as 45 percent people plan to be more adventurous in their choice of destination, says an expert. After extracting information from traveller endorsements, reviews, preferences, insights and innovation in e-commerce travel technology, Booking.com, an online accommodation booking website, has rolled ... Read More »

Scientist make world’s best Mustard Oil, but ppl like it ‘pungent’

Udaipur : In a major breakthrough, agriculture scientists have launched the healthiest mustard oil, first of its kind in the world. However, it’s acceptance in the domestic market is doubtful due to the Indian preference for the strong pungent flavor. The oil has been prepared from Pusa Mustard-30 (PM), a new ... Read More »

65% stake sale in Hindustan Zinc not ‘wise move’: Mines Ministry to Finance Ministry

Udaipur : Mines Ministry has told Finance Ministry that selling government’s stake in Vedanta-controlled Hindustan Zinc (HZL) is not a “wise move” as it is the only firm in India controlling production of the metal, considered strategic due to its large scale industrial utility. In 2002-03, the government sold its ... Read More »

Couple consume poison after toddler falls down cliff

Udaipur : A couple tried to end their life by consuming poison following the death of their 3-year old son who fell down from a cliff on Wednesday night in Kotra village. The grief struck couple had an altercation over their only child’s death and unable to bear the pain, both ... Read More »

Udaipurites resort to ‘edibile terrace’ to stay healthy

Looking at the health benefits even the district administration and Maharana Bhupal hospital (MB) authorities have taken up a proposal of roof top farming on terraces of hospital buildings. Udaipur : With markets flooded with pesticides contaminated vegetables and fruits, more and more people in the city are switching on to ... Read More »

Tribals take lead in making 20 Open Defecation Free panchayats in Dungerpur

More than 36 thousand households have toilets now Udaipur : The tribal community living in 20 gram panchayats in Dungerpur, like millions of Indians, only few months back, defecated in the open and were often plagued by diseases linked to unsafe hygiene and sanitation. But when they were constantly told about ... Read More »

Delegation from Harvard University in IIM Udaipur

Udaipur : An academic delegationof 36 students from Harvard Business School visitedIIM Udaipur campus accompanied by Prof. Shawn Coleon the 8th of January 2016. Prof. Cole is the John G. McLean Professor of Business Administration in the Finance Unit at Harvard Business School.He teaches and conducts research on financial services and social enterprise. ... Read More »

Mr. Pankaj Patel appointed as Chairman of IIM Udaipur

Udaipur : Mr. Pankaj Ramanbhai Patel, who currently serves as the Chairman and Managing Director of the pharmaceutical giant Zydus Cadila, has been appointed as the Chairman of IIM Udaipur. The Ministry of Human Resources and Development, Govt. of India made the appointment earlier this week. Mr. Patel, who holds ... Read More »