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AIIMS will come up in Madurai: J P Nadda

Assuring that the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) will be established in Madurai at a cost of Rs 1,200 crore, Union Health Minister J. P. Nadda declared that all formalities in this regard have been completed.

Speaking to reporters at the airport here en route to Puducherry to attend the Jipmer convocation, the Minister said “I would like to make it clear that the AIIMS is going to come up in Madurai. All the formalities have been done and it will be passed by the Cabinet.” Mr. Nadda said Prime Minister Narendra Modi will soon come to lay the foundation stone for setting up the AIIMS.

https://deccanchronicle.com/nation/current-affairs/131018/aiims-will-come-up-in-madurai-j-p-nadda.html

^^ This more or less concludes, that the AIIMS Kerala will be based at Calicut, whenever that happens !!
 

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AIIMS will come up in Madurai: J P Nadda

Assuring that the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) will be established in Madurai at a cost of Rs 1,200 crore, Union Health Minister J. P. Nadda declared that all formalities in this regard have been completed.

Speaking to reporters at the airport here en route to Puducherry to attend the Jipmer convocation, the Minister said “I would like to make it clear that the AIIMS is going to come up in Madurai. All the formalities have been done and it will be passed by the Cabinet.” Mr. Nadda said Prime Minister Narendra Modi will soon come to lay the foundation stone for setting up the AIIMS.

https://deccanchronicle.com/nation/current-affairs/131018/aiims-will-come-up-in-madurai-j-p-nadda.html

^^ This more or less concludes, that the AIIMS Kerala will be based at Calicut, whenever that happens !!
^^ The pests in central and south KL killed this project. :bash:
 

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CPIM killed this project. They did not hand over any land till now !!

Without that central cannot do anything !!

Are you really close to the developments on AIIMS or just some anti-Left blah blah :)
 

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Are you really close to the developments on AIIMS or just some anti-Left blah blah :)
^^Cetre is intrested to set up the AIIMS at Trivandrum, then central lobbies pissed it. Then the plan was moved to Calicut, again the central lobbies pissed it. Altogether the AIIMS was sabotaged by the central lobby:nuts::nuts::nuts:
 

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^^Cetre is intrested to set up the AIIMS at Trivandrum, then central lobbies pissed it. Then the plan was moved to Calicut, again the central lobbies pissed it. Altogether the AIIMS was sabotaged by the central lobby:nuts::nuts::nuts:
എല്ലാ പോസ്റ്റിലും central lobby എന്നു കരയാതെ proof കാണിക്ക്* . ഓരോ അപ്പി ദുരന്തങ്ങൾ . കുത്തിത്തിരുപ്പു ഉണ്ടാക്കൻ മാത്രം അറിയാം.
 

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എല്ലാ പോസ്റ്റിലും central lobby എന്നു കരയാതെ proof കാണിക്ക്* . ഓരോ അപ്പി ദുരന്തങ്ങൾ . കുത്തിത്തിരുപ്പു ഉണ്ടാക്കൻ മാത്രം അറിയാം.
^^ What are you murmering? കോഴിയുടെ മുലയൂട്ടുപോലെ:lol::nuts:
 

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India's First Ayurveda Sports Hospital All Set To Begin In Thrissur

 

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മട്ടന്നൂരിൽ സ്പെഷ്യാലിറ്റി ആസ്പത്രി വരുന്നു; ചെലവ് 49.15 കോടി രൂപ



മട്ടന്നൂർ: മട്ടന്നൂരിൽ അത്യാധുനികസംവിധാനത്തോടുകൂടിയ സ്പെഷ്യാലിറ്റി ആസ്പത്രിക്ക് സർക്കാർ നടപടിയായി. ......

Read more at: https://www.mathrubhumi.com/kannur/news/mattanur-speciality-hospital-coming-soon-1.3521046
 

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Kerala sets up drug price monitor

Kerala has become the first State to set up a price monitoring and research unit (PMRU) to track violation of prices of essential drugs and medical devices under the Drugs Price Control Order (DPCO).

The move comes more than five years after the National Pharmaceutical Pricing Authority (NPPA) proposed such a system for the States and the Union Territories. Ravi S. Menon, State Drugs Controller, told The Hindu on Saturday that a society had been registered to get Central assistance for the functioning of the unit. He said the new office would start functioning as soon as infrastructure was set up. There is no price control review mechanism now.

The State Health Secretary would be the Chairman of the society and the Drugs Controller would be its member secretary. Its members include a State government representative, representatives of private pharmaceutical companies, and those from consumer rights protection fora. The society would also have an executive committee headed by the Drugs Controller. The new watchdog will offer technical help to the State Drug Controllers and the NPPA to monitor notified prices of medicines, detect violation of the provisions of the DPCO, look at price compliance, collect test samples of medicines, and collect and compile market-based data of scheduled as well as non-scheduled formulations.

Pharma companies have been accused of overcharging prices of drugs in the scheduled category fixed by the DPCO and those outside its ambit too. The suggestion to set up PMRUs was made against the backdrop of the lack of a field-level link between the NPPA and the State Drugs Controllers and State Drug Inspectors to monitor drug prices.

States and Union Territories have been classified into three categories for staff recruitment and infrastructure. Kerala falls in the second category, having a population of less than 3%, but more than 1% of the total population of the country. The State will have a project coordinator, two field investigators, and two data entry operators. The unit is expected to help the State Drugs Control wing, which is hit by severe staff shortage, and regulate drug prices more effectively. Highly placed sources say that about ₹10,000 crore worth medicines are sold in Kerala in a year. Official data on drug purchases for public institutions were not disclosed.

Mr. Menon said that the NPPA had fixed the prices of around 1,000 drugs and the unit would track if buyers were being overcharged. It would also check if pharma companies were hiking the prices of non-scheduled drugs by more than 10% a year. “We need to also check if there is any shortage of essential medicines. There is also a plan to collect data on the prices of surgical devices and stents in the market,” he said

https://www.thehindu.com/news/national/kerala/kerala-sets-up-drug-price-monitor/article26164821.ece
 
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