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WHO’S Wrong Report on Covid Deaths In India- India Strongly Objects as WHO Claims More Indians Died of Covid-19 Than Accounted

India on Thursday strongly objected to a new World Health Organization (WHO) report which claimed that the country accounts for significantly higher Covid-19 death toll than specified in official figures. A statement by the government of India objected to the methodology adopted by WHO to… Read More

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What’s The AYUSH Mark And Visa
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Explained: What’s The AYUSH Mark And Visa That The Modi Government Is Going To Roll Out?

With an aim to prompt the traditional medicine industry, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday said that India will soon launch ‘AYUSH mark’ to give authenticity to quality AYUSH products made in the country.   Modi was speaking at the Global AYUSH Investment and Innovation… Read More

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What Is Wrong With World Health Organization? Is WHO is sick? WHO Depicts Jammu & Kashmir Aand Ladakh As Part Of Pakistan
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What Is Wrong With World Health Organization? Is WHO is sick? WHO Depicts Jammu & Kashmir And Ladakh As Part Of Pakistan

The World Health Organisation (WHO), the United Nation’s Health Agency on Tuesday distorted the political map of India by separating the Union Territories of Ladakh and Jammu and Kashmir from the country. In its official global display of COVID-19 related data on the website, the WHO… Read More

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GSK-Bharat Biotech Partnership To Produce World's First Malaria Vaccine Approved By WHO
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GSK-Bharat Biotech Partnership To Produce World’s First Malaria Vaccine Approved By WHO

World Health Organization approved world's first vaccine against the mosquito-borne disease malaria - RTS,S/AS01. In January this year, GSK, PATH, and Indian vaccine maker Bharat Biotech (BBIL) announced the signing of a product transfer agreement for the malaria vaccine, RTS,S/AS01. . Read more at: https://swarajyamag.com/analysis/gsk-bharat-biotech-partnership-to-produce-worlds-first-malaria-vaccine-approved-by-who… Read More

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