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Nov 05, 2018
2:16PM

Indian systems of medicines like Ayurveda are crucial to achieve global goal of Health for All: Harsh Vardhan

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Minister for Science and Technology Dr Harsh Vardhan has said that Indian systems of medicines like Ayurveda are crucial to achieve the global goal of Health for All. He was addressing the 3rd Ayurveda Day function in New Delhi today.  Mr Harsh Vardhan said, his Ministry and AYUSH Ministry can collaborate on research and innovation. 

In his address, Minister for AYUSH Shripad Naik said, the Centre is promoting Ayurveda and  Indian systems of medicines in a big way.  Member (Health) in the NITI Aayog Dr V K Paul and Secretary AYUSH Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha were present on the occasion.  Ayurveda Day is celebrated on Dhanvantari Jayanti to create awareness about the  health benefits of Ayurveda and to promote the Ayurvedic lifestyle. The theme for this year is AYUSH in Public Health.

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