The construction of the first Global Centre for Traditional Medicine (GCTM) is progressing fast with the Indian government allotting Rs 130 crore for the purpose.
The Indian Traditional Sciences, including Ayurveda and Yoga, are the answer to reducing the healthcare gap in the UK, Chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group
India and the World Health Organization (WHO) would further strengthen their collaboration for global health and well-being, especially in areas like traditional medicine and digital
Major health insurers in the country are now providing full insurance coverage for AYUSH treatments, but only a small section of the common public is
Eminent personalities from the field of Ayurveda within and outside India addressed the meeting, collectively underlining his peerless contributions to the popularization of Ayurveda as