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Punjab CM assurers Afghan Ex-president Hamid Karzai of greater support in development of war-torn nation

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has assured former Afghan President Hamid Karzai of greater strategic support and cooperation for the war-torn nation.

Punjab CM told Punjab Vidhan Sabha Congress was not involved in 1984 riots

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday reiterated that the Congress was not connected with the 1984 riots and any involvement of a few Congress leaders could have been only at an individual level.

Punjab CLP draws out aggressive floor strategy to take on Akalis in Assembly over sacrilege cases

The Punjab Congress Legislative Party (CLP), under the chairmanship of Captain Amarinder Singh, on Thursday decided to go on the offensive to take on the Akalis in the Vidhan Sabha on the Ranjit Singh Commission report on sacrilege cases.

Punjab Health Minister Warns Adulterators of Food Items

CHANDIGARH: the Health and Family Minister Punjab Mr. Brahm Mohindra today warned those indulging in making spurious and adulterated milk and milk products in the State. He ordered the District Health Officers and Assistant Food Commissioners to take stern action against the culprits under the provisions of ‘Food safety and standards Act 2006’ to curb the sale and production of adulterated food.

Gian Sagar Hospital reopening rescheduled

The Gian Sagar Educational and Charitable Trust has announced that the Gian Sagar Hospital is likely to reopen in September as delivery of equipment and pharmacy products is expected to take some time. It had earlier been proposed to start OPDs from mid August but in view of the non-delivery of equipment the schedule has been changed.

Brahm Mohindra flags off 5 awareness vans regarding De-Addiction programme

Health and Family Welfare Minister Punjab, Mr. Brahm Mohindra today flagged off the 5 IEC Awareness Vans to make people aware about the de-addiction programme of state government. These hi-tech vans would provide complete information about the treatment facilities and ill-effects of habit making drugs and opiate products.

Punjab Health Minister hands over appointment letter to 282 staff nurses

Brahm Mohindra Health & Family Welfare Minister Punjab today handed over appointment letter to 282 staff nurses, 11 epidemiologists and 14 microbiologists in a function held at training institute phase 6 Mohali. He also flagged off 5 IEC publicity vans to generate awareness to check dengue.

Punjab Health Minister hands over appointment letter to 282 staff nurses

Brahm Mohindra Health & Family Welfare Minister Punjab today handed over appointment letter to 282 staff nurses, 11 epidemiologists and 14 microbiologists in a function held at training institute phase 6 Mohali. He also flagged off 5 IEC publicity vans to generate awareness to check dengue.

Capt Amarinder launches World's Largest Anti Drug Campaign

Chief Minister of Punjab, Captain Amarinder Singh, today launched World's Largest Anti Drug Campaign in a function organized by Joint Action Committee (JAC) today at Hotel Taj, Sec-17, Chandigarh. Sh. Brahm Mohindra, Health & Medical Education Minister; S. Sadhu Singh Dharamsot, Welfare Minister for SCs and BCs ; Sh Rana Sodhi, Sports and Youth Affairs Minister; Smt. Asha Kumari, Congress Incharge etc were the Guests of Honour on the occasion. Sh. Ashwani Sekhari, Chairman, JAC presided over the function while Dr. Anshu Kataria, Spokesman JAC and S. Jagjit Singh, President, B.Ed Federation were the moderators of the event.

Punjab CM to inaugurate world's largest Anti Drug Campaign to be organised by JAC of United Colleges

Chief Minister, Punjab, Captain Amarinder Singh would inaugurate World's Largest Anti Drug Campaign on 30th July i.e tomorrow in Chandigarh to be organized by Joint Action Committee (JAC). Various Cabinet Ministers including Sh. Brahm Mohindra, Health & Medical Education Minister; S. Sadhu Singh Dharamsot, Welfare Minister for SCs and BCs; S. Charanjit Singh Channi, Technical Education & Industrial Training Minister; Sh

Let us work together to “Test. Treat and Eliminate hepatitis” - Brahm Mohindra

Viral hepatitis (Hepatitis B and C) remains a major challenge affecting approximately 325 million people globally. It is the root cause of liver cancer, leading to 1.34 million deaths every year. On the occasion of “World Hepatitis Day” Brahm Mohindra, Health & Family Welfare and Medical Education & Research Minister, Punjab called upon healthcare workers not only to generate awareness amongst masses but also to work towards the goal of ‘Eliminating hepatitis”.

Punjab CM directs linking of OOATs,other drug centres with Aadhar

Giving further impetus to his government’s efforts to wipe out the drugs menace from the state, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday directed the Health Department to strengthen the network of OOATs as well as government and private de-addiction and rehabilitation centres by linking them with Aadhar, while ordering waiver of Rs. 200 user admission charges at the government run centres.

Capt Amarinder moots shortening of border tenures of BSF personnel to check nexus with drug smugglers

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday suggested shortening of the border tenures for the Border Security Force (BSF) to break the alleged nexus between their personnel and drug smugglers in order to check smuggling of narcotics from across the border.

Punjab CM directs hiring of retd.government psychiatrists, full-time & part-time private psychiatrists at de-addiction centres

 Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Monday issued a series of instructions to further strengthen his government’s anti-drug campaign, including hiring of retired government psychiatrists and employment/empanelment of full-time/part-time private psychiatrists to handle the increased inflow of patients at the Drug De-addiction Centres.

Punjab CM announces free treatment at State-Run centres for poor drug addicts

Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday announced free treatment for poor drug addicts at all state-run de-addiction centres, and also ordered the police not to harass addicts or their families in any way.

Punjab launches mobile & web-based application about 'Drug Information & Monitoring System'

Keeping in view to ensure quality and to set standard of chemist shops, the Punjab Government has launched web-based application of ‘Drug Information & Monitoring System’ along with mobile application by getting technical support from C-DAC Mohali.

Admit and Start treatment of drug addict ASAP: Bhahm Mohindra orders CIvil Surgeons

The Health and Family Welfare Department has issued strict instructions to all the Civil Surgeons to give priority to the cases of drug addiction and they have been made duty bound to admit the patient suffering from addiction and start the treatment as early as possible. In any reported case of dereliction of duty on the part of Civil Surgeon on this front, strict departmental action would be initiated against the erring Civil Surgeon.

Punjab CM orders probe into all recent drug-related deaths

 A day after his cabinet resolved to recommend death penalty to the Union Government for drug smugglers and peddlers, Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Tuesday ordered investigation into the recent spate of drug-related deaths followed by stringent action against those found guilty, without consideration to their political affiliations.

Punjab Cabinet resolves to recommend death penalty for drug smuggles & paddlers to centre

Reiterating its zero tolerance to drugs, the Punjab Cabinet, led by Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh, on Monday decided to recommend to the Centre death penalty for drug peddlers and smugglers, to act as a deterrent to the heinous crime, which was destroying the lives of youth in Punjab and many other places.

Rana Gurjeet assures action against erring cops who pushed girl into drugs

Senior Congress leader and Kapurthala MLA Rana Gurjeet Singh has assured action against the guilty cops who allegedly pushed a girl into drug addiction.

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