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Traditional Tibetan Medicine Gaining Acceptance in Himachal Pradesh

Traditional Tibetan system of medicine is gaining acceptance among visitors and locals here for its herbal and holistic approach in treating illnesses. Derek Mayer, a visitor from the Untied States said that they have been practicing this for a very long time. I would rather go see a Tibeta...

Consumer Court in Himachal Fined Pepsi

A consumer court in Himachal Pradesh has fined the soft drink giant Pepsi of Rs. 100,000 against a complaint filed by a consumer five years ago//. The complaint was lodged after the consumer found worms in a Pepsi Mirinda bottle. The Himachal Pradesh Consumer Redressal Commission here Tuesday...

US Biotech to Invest $400 Mn in Himachal Pradesh

Shimla: US-based Nanobiosym, a leading biotechnology firm, is keen to invest $400 million project in Himachal Pradesh to manufacture world-class equipment for a global market.// Anita Goel, founder and chief executive officer of Nanobiosym, submitted the project proposal to Chief Minister Virb...

Coal Stoves May Be Banned In 3 Himachal Towns

After Shimla, use of coal heating stoves and fireplaces are likely to be banned from three other hill stations of Himachal Pradesh. // Heating coal stoves and fireplaces were banned in Shimla some eight years ago by the state government cleaning the town's air significantly in winters. E...

Kids of Himachal Pradesh to get Calorie-rich Midday Meals

Students in state-run primary schools across Himachal Pradesh will soon get calorie-rich and varied midday meals.// Until now all the 660,960 primary school children in the state were being served 'khichdi' six times a week and round the year for free. But this has made the menu drab. "...

Mental Health Problems on Rise in Himachal Pradesh

Growing stress levels due to changing lifestyles has led to Himachal Pradesh having one of the highest mental health problems levels in the county, according to a survey //. The latest countrywide findings of the National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) found that in Himachal Pradesh out of ...

Female Ratio Drops Alarmingly In Himachal Due To Feticides

Female feticide has become a common feature in the hill state of Himachal Pradesh that at least 7,500 feticides are carried out every year on an average//, with the gender ratio falling to be the lowest in the country. The shocking factor is that despite such unchecked prevalence of feticides only ...

More Youth In Himachal Resort To Suicide

More and more youth belonging to Himachal Pradesh are committing suicide by consuming poison as a result of stress and changing lifestyles.// In the year 2005 alone, as many as 1,254 people committed suicide by consuming poison, according to sources from the State Forensic Laboratory. "Thi...

Open Heart Surgery Possible In Himachal Pradesh Now

The state-run Indira Gandhi Medical College (IGMC) hospital will begin performing open-heart surgeries on patients in Himachal Pradesh. 'The IGMC hospital has built a new unit equipped with the // latest equipment including light monitoring system, life support system, auto intensive care ligh...

Medicos & Doctors Take Out Candle Light Procession in Himachal

Shimla: The striking medicos, junior doctors and resident doctors of Indira Gandhi Medical College, Shimla and R.P. Medical College Tanda (Kangra),// took out a candle light procession in protest against reservation to other backward classes in central educational institutions. The striking me...

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Himachal in Biological Technology

DuPont Expands Animal Health Solutions Business in Asia

...on market requirements and local regulatory approvals. Last year, the company established a local contract manufacturing plant in India, at Baddi in himachal Pradesh. The plant produces biosecurity program products and solutions to help control viruses in the livestock industry, as well as provide a healthy...
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