The much-awaited Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) Bill, that aims to regulate surrogacy in India, is likely to be introduced during the ongoing Parliament session.
Days after a 26 year old Indian national from Liberia was found carrying traces of deadly Ebola virus, the government has set new protocols for “cured” travellers coming from the affected countries.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s suggestion to top officers of being decisive seems to have fallen on deaf ears in the Union health ministry.
Days after the family planning camp in Chhattisgarh led to the death of several women undergoing sterlisation, the Centre has decided to rework the family planning scheme and is considering regular au
In a step that will ease visa processing and help increase inflow of tourists in India, the government is all set to launch electronic visa facility this month for about 40 countries, including US, Ja
Union health ministry’s tableau themed on “polio” has failed to impress the defence ministry yet again.
Six years after her documentary Smile Pinki a story of a child with cleft lip got her the Oscar, director Megan Mylan is back in India with another short film — After My Garden Grows.
Sub-standard drugs could have led to the deaths of women at the “botched up” family planning camp in Chhattisgarh.
India has the highest number of children under five years of age dying due to pneumonia and diarrhoea.
More than two decades after the administrative control of Mavalankar Auditorium was handed over to the Lok Sabha Secretariat from the ministry of urban development (MoUD), the secretariat has transfer