In order to create uniform guidelines for registration, allocation, and other components of the process, the Union Health Ministry is developing a “One Nation, One Organ Allocation” policy in collaboration with the states, according to official sources.
The All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) appointed Dr. Abhay Jere as vice chairman on February 10. He took charge of the organisation on February 14 at the AICTE headquarters in Delhi.
The Cluster Innovation Centre (CIC) at Delhi University is accepting applications from individuals with startup ideas that have “commercial viability” in order to assist them in seeing their ideas through to execution. The deadline for applications is March 13.
According to a senior health department official, the Odisha government will set up a cutting-edge cancer care institute, upgrade 147 hospitals, and set up four new medical colleges as part of the “Ama Hospital” programme.
Sun Pharmaceutical Industries announced on Friday that its subsidiary has been given the go-ahead to market a generic medication for the treatment of multiple myeloma by the US health regulator.
The milestone of 10 crore teleconsultations on the eSanjeevani app has been lauded by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.The Prime Minister tweeted in response to a tweet from Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya, Union Minister.
Emmanuel Macron, the President of France, Ratan Tata, the Chairman Emeritus of Tata Sons, N. Chandrasekaran, the Chairman of the Board of Tata Sons, Campbell Wilson, the CEO of Air India, and Guillaume Faury.
Elon Musk has already closed two of its three offices in India after already firing 90% of its 200 employees there. The employees have been asked to work remotely. Musk also shut the Twitter office in Mumbai in addition to Delhi.
After long-time CEO, Susan Wojcicki stepped down on February 16, YouTube will now have Neal Mohan as its CEO. YouTube’s parent company, Google, began its journey in Wojcicki’s garage.
Ricky Kej, a Bengaluru-based music composer, has received his third Grammy Award for the album “Divine Tides.” The drummer of the renowned British rock band ‘The Police’, Stewart Copeland, who collaborated with the US-born musician on the album, shared the award with him.
It took James Cameron’s Avatar sequel just under 13 days to surpass the $1 billion milestone at the box office, despite its release thirteen years after the first movie of the science-fiction franchise.