Indian industry chamber CII is looking to take a leaf from Gujarat's book, as it bids to promote Goa as a leading pharmaceutical industry player in the country. Speaking to reporters on Monday, Confederation of Indian Industry
In a raid at the popular Anjuna beach flea market in Goa, Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) officials on Thursday seized hundreds of imported cigarettes being sold without the statutory warnings. An FDA spokesperson said
Health Minister Laxmikant Parsenkar said on Friday that over 14 lakh Goans residing in the state would get health insurance cover of up to Rs.2 lakh per family by the next year.
‘From a Rs.60,000 coverage per family, which was
The mosquito has been making a big buzz in Goa, hogging space in the media. The coastal state expects to see a larger number of malaria cases after the free fall in the incidence over the past five years. From more than 6,000
As Goa drafts its health policy, a leading Delhi-based doctor and former director of the prestigious All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) Dr P.K. Dave has been entrusted the responsibility of finding out what ails
Goa may soon be a smoke-free zone! In a bid to make the coastline smoke-free, the tourism department is mulling a ban on its use on beaches from October. "We are planning a law which will include beaches in the list of public
4th April: A 55-year-old woman tested positive for swine flu in Shimla, the first case in Himachal Pradesh this year, a health official said here. "The victim, a resident of Mandi district, was admitted to an isolation ward