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Safety of Patients & Health Workers go hand in hand

The World Health Organization (WHO) is calling on governments and health care leaders to address persistent threats to the health and safety of health workers and patients.“The COVID-19 pandemic has reminded all of us of the vital role health workers play to relieve suffering and save lives,” said Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General. “No country, hospital or clinic can ... Read More »

World Ozone Day 2020 !

As the world observes World Ozone Day 2020, we look at the importance of the day and the ways by which we can help protect the ozone layer.The international community is observing the World Ozone Day (WOD) on September 16 marking the 35 years of the Vienna Convention for the protection of the ozone layer. From our school days, we ... Read More »

All eyes are on India that makes 60% of the world’s vaccines !

As international vaccine companies and academic institutions race the clock to deliver a safe Covid-19 vaccine, all eyes are on India that makes 60% of the world’s vaccines. And within India, if there is one destination that all of them are making a beeline for it is Hyderabad. The city has the capacity to churn out well over a third of the global ... Read More »

Show a Child love & Care, Child Labor is just not fair !

We all together condemn child labor ! The term Child Labor is used for the employment of children below a certain age, which is considered illegal by law and custom. The stipulated age varies from country to country and government to governmentChild labor is a world phenomenon which is considered exploitative and inhuman by many international organizationsAccording to the statistics ... Read More »

‘Smart ICU’ launched by Cytecare Hospitals !

Cytecare Hospitals has launched the ‘Smart ICU’ after it teamed up with Cloudphysician Healthcare, a healthcare technology company. This is to enable round-the-clock management of critically-ill patients through remote surveillance and enhanced support for in-house teams of intensivists. Speaking at the launch, Suresh Ramu, co-founder & CEO, Cytecare Hospitals said, “The last couple of months have demonstrated the transformative power ... Read More »

Collaboration of India-Japan much needed in the Pharma Sector

There is a need for India and Japan to work together to tap the opportunities provided by the pharmaceutical and medical devices industry in India, a top government official said on Thursday. The pharma and medical devices sector in India is attracting very good levels of foreign direct investment as the government is giving speedy approvals for FDI proposals in ... Read More »

Happiness Bag Distribution-Akshaya Patra

As India continues to battle the pandemic, the economic impact has been devastating on our vulnerable communities, exacerbated by schools being shut and directly impacting children who depended on the Mid-Day Meal they received every day. To counter this problem, Akshaya Patra has begun to deliver Happiness Bags to children enrolled in government schools. Every Bag contains dry rations, educational ... Read More »

The “Make in Telangana” Campaign

The state government of Telangana has started pitching for ‘Make in Telangana’ initiative and has set out its vision of doubling investments to pharma, healthcare and life sciences sectors to $100 billion by 2030, by attracting investors from across the globe. Advocating state government’s vision, Shakthi Nagappan, director of life sciences, government of Telangana, said that in the next 10 ... Read More »

Save a tree, save a life..Plant a tree, plant a life !

“It is not merely that the world is bettered by saving, replacing, and multiplying trees. It is that an aim of this kind becomes an impulse towards developing a mood and an outlook which will increasingly make it natural to think for the future, for other people, for generations yet unborn. Planting a tree is a symbol of a looking-forward ... Read More »

Reviving the API industry

India needs a holistic and conducive ecosystem to rebuild its active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) manufacturing capabilities, as high dependence on a single source can be a cause of concern in emergency-like situations, PwC India said on Thursday. Dependence on China for APIs has been an ongoing concern for the Indian pharma industry. Around 50 per cent of the critical APIs ... Read More »

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