Officials said on Sunday that the free medicine scheme launched by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot a year ago has benefit 70 million people. The scheme was officially launched on Oct 2, 2011 on Mahatma Gandhi's 142nd birth
Chief Min Ashok Gehlot, during a national conference on 'Universal Access to Essential Medicines in India' held in Jaipur on Tuesday to mark one year of the free medicine scheme in Rajasthan, announced that the State Government
The government proposes to give away free medicines through government hospitals and health centres. This was announced by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh in his address to the nation on Independence Day.
The centre has put in place a $ 5.4 million policy to provide free medicine for all. This could change the lives of millions and bring down the out-of-pocket expenditure. The other effect will be that will cut big pharmas out of
Carrying forward a popular health initiative, Rajasthan has decided to distribute 200 new generic drugs free of cost at government-run hospitals to benefit millions of patients in the state. Under the Chief Minister's Free
India's ambitious plan to provide free medicines to all will be launched from October, says a government report. Strongly backed by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh himself, the free-medicines-for-all scheme has received its