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Code of conduct comes into force in Himachal as EC announces 9 Nov as polling date

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Date of HP Assembly Election

On the Balloting Unit, below the name of the last candidate, there will now be a button for NOTA option so that electors who do not want to vote for any of the candidates can exercise their option by pressing the button against NOTA.

New Delhi: The Election Commission of India has finally announced the date for the Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly elections. The Hill state will go for polls on November 9, 2017. With this announcement, the model code of conduct has also come into force.

However, the Commission did not declare the polling date for the state of Gujrat.

Himachal has total 68 assembly constituencies. Out if total, 17 seats are reserved for the Scheduled Castes and 3 for the Scheduled Tribes.

This election, Himachal has 7479 polling stations as compared to 7252 in 2012 – an increase of 3.13 percent.

As per the draft rolls, the total numbers of electors in the states is 905677 (49.05 Lac).

The Commission has directed the State election machinery to ensure time-bound completion of Special Summary Revision of Electoral Rolls.

As a special initiative, Second Special Summary Revision 2017 was organized in Himachal from July 1 to September 15, 2017, during which 1.25 Lac voters name were added to the electoral rolls and 47,214 were deleted through form-7.

Through a special drive to enroll left out voters organized from 16th -30th September 2017, total 74885 new voters were added. Out of this total, 20437 new voters belong to 18-19 year age group.

Photo percentage in Photo Electoral Rolls of this State is 100%.

Secrecy of Voting- Increase in Height of Standardized Voting Compartment

In order to maintain the secrecy of the vote, the Commission has issued revised instructions to increase the height of the Voting Compartments to 30 inches.

Model Code of Conduct

All the provisions of the Model Code will apply to the whole of Himachal Pradesh and will be applicable to all candidates, political parties and, the State Government of Himachal Pradesh. The Model Code of Conduct will also be applicable to the Union Government insofar as announcements/policy decisions pertaining to/for this State is concerned.

The Commission has also issued instructions for swift, effective and stringent action for enforcement of Model Code of Conduct during the first 72 hours of the announcement of the election schedule and also for maintaining extra vigilance and strict enforcement action in the Last 72 hours prior to the close of polls.

All critical events will be video-graphed. District Election Officers will arrange a sufficient number of video and digital cameras and camera teams for the purpose.

All events like filing of nomination papers and scrutiny thereof, allotment of symbols, First Level Checking, preparations and storage of Electronic Voting Machines, important public meetings, processions etc. during election campaign, process of dispatching of postal ballot papers, polling process in identified vulnerable polling stations, storage of polled EVMs and VVPATs, counting of votes etc. will be videographed .

CCTVs will be installed at important Border Check Posts and Static Check Points for effective monitoring and surveillance.

The Commission has directed that Webcasting, CCTV coverage, Videography and Digital cameras will also be deployed inside critical polling booths and polling booths in vulnerable areas to closely monitor the proceedings on the poll day.

All-Women Managed Polling Stations

For greater participation of women in the electoral process, the Commission has also directed to set up ‘All- Women Managed Polling Stations’ in two polling stations for each Assembly Constituency. The entire polling staff, including the police and security personnel, will comprise of women.

Total 136 Women managed Polling Stations will be setup for the entire Himachal for the first time.

Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail (VVPATs)

Along with use of electronic voting machine, Voter Verifiable Paper Audit Trail (VVPATs) will be used
All the EVMs and VVATs stored in the district storage centre will be randomized by the District Election Officer (DEO) in the presence of the representatives of the recognized political parties for Assembly Constituency-wise allocation.

The second randomization of EVMs and VVPATs will be done at RO level before preparation of EVMs and VVPATs for polling station-wise allocation. This is done in the presence of Observer contesting candidates/their agents.

None Of The Above (NOTA)

This time there will be a NOTA button in EVMs and VVPATs in compliance with Supreme Court’s judgment.

On the Balloting Unit, below the name of the last candidate, there will now be a button for NOTA option so that electors who do not want to vote for any of the candidates can exercise their option by pressing the button against NOTA.

Ceiling of Election Expenses For Candidates

As per the revised ceilings, the maximum limit of election expenses for the Assembly Constituencies is Rs. 28 lakh per candidate for Himachal. All candidates are required to furnish their accounts of expenditure within 30 days of the declaration of results.

The Commission has also decided to appoint an adequate number of Expenditure Observers and Assistant Expenditure Observers who will exclusively monitor the election expenditure of the contesting candidates.

Paid News

To deal with the menace of ‘Paid News’, a mechanism has been laid out with three-tier Media Certification and Monitoring Committees (MCMCs) at District, State, and ECI level. The revised comprehensive instructions on ‘Paid News’ are available on the Commission’s website.

Necessary instructions have been issued to the CEO of Himachal to ensure briefing of political parties and Media in the districts about ‘Paid News’ and the mechanism to check ‘Paid News’.

Monitoring of Electronic and Social Media

Various Social Media platforms will also remain under the close and stringent vigil of the Commission for any content aimed at vitiating the electoral process or designed to disturb peace, tranquility, social harmony and public order.

For identification of the voters at the polling booths, electors have been provided with EPIC.

In order to ensure that no voter is deprived of his/her franchise, if his/her name figures in the Electoral Rolls, separate instructions will be issued to allow additional documents for identification of voters if needed. Now voters can also use the Adhaar Card as an additional document for establishing the identity of voters at the Polling Stations.

Photo Voter Slips

The Commission has said it has made substantial improvements in the size, design, and format of the Photo Voter Slip to enhance effectiveness in voter identification, awareness and guidance by increasing the size of the image.

The Commission has directed the Booth Level Officers to distribute the Photo Voter Slips the voter slip to the elector concerned only and not to any other person.

Voter Guide Brochure

Along with Photo Voter Slips, the voters will also be provided with a Voter Guide Brochure (in local languages). It will contain all the information about the date and time of polls, contact details of the BLOs, important websites, helpline numbers, documents required for identification at the polling station besides other important information including the Do’s and Dont’s for voters at the polling station.

Minimum Facilities (AMF) at Polling Stations

The Commission has upgraded the status of facilities at the Polling Stations from the earlier concept of Basic Minimum Facilities (BMF) to Assured Minimum Facilities (AMF).

The Chief Electoral Officers have been instructed to ensure that every Polling Station is equipped with Assured Minimum Facilities (AMF) like drinking water, shed, toilet, and ramp for the physically challenged voters, a standard voting compartment etc. for the convenience and facilitation of voters.

All polling stations should be located at ground floor with the provision of sturdy ramps for the convenience of differently-abled electors with wheel-chairs.

The Commission has directed that all Persons With Disabilities (PwDs) in an Assembly Constituency are identified and tagged to their respective Polling Stations and necessary disability-specific arrangements made for their smooth and convenient voting experience on the poll day.

Identified PWDs will be assisted by volunteers appointed by RO/DEO. Differently-abled electors will be given priority for entering polling booths. The parking space will be arranged close to the entrance of polling premise and special care will be provided to electors with speech and hearing impairment.

Voter Assistance Booths (VAB)

Voter Assistance Booths will be set up for every polling station location, having a team of BLO/officials with the objective of facilitating the voter to

The mock poll was conducted in EVMs and VVPATs during the First Level Checking in the presence of the representative of Political Parties. The mock poll will also be conducted in the presence of candidates/their agents during the commissioning of EVMs and VVPATs.

Introduction of additional facility of E-Filing of Candidate Affidavits

The Commission has provided an additional facility for online submission (e-filing) of their Affidavit. The candidate can go online to ECI website (eci.nic.in) and can submit their affidavit online through any of the services of NIC or NSDL.

Candidate needs to take print out of the affidavit submitted online and then get it notarized and submit it to Returning officer (RO).

Law and Order, Security Arrangements, and Deployment of Forces

Based on the assessment of the ground situation, Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) and State Armed Police (SAP) drawn from other States will be deployed during these elections.

Election Expenditure Monitoring

Comprehensive instructions for the purpose of effective monitoring of the election expenditure of the candidates have been issued, which include the formation of Flying Squads (FS), Static Surveillance Teams (SST), Video Surveillance Teams (VST), the involvement of Investigation Directorates of Income Tax Deptt. etc.

The State Excise Departments and police authorities have been asked to monitor production, distribution, sale, and storage of liquor and other intoxicants (including narcotics) during the election process. The functioning and operations of the Flying Squads/Mobile Teams will be closely monitored using GPS Tracking.

For greater transparency and for ease of monitoring of Election Expenses, Candidates would be required to open a separate bank account and incur their election expenses from that very account.

New initiatives taken by the Commission to strengthen the Expenditure Monitoring mechanism

For the purpose of maintaining purity of elections, the Election Commission of India has issued the Standard Operating Procedure for Flying Squads and Static Surveillance Teams, constituted for keeping vigil over excessive campaign expenses, distribution of items of bribe in cash or in kind, movement of illegal arms, ammunition, liquor, or antisocial elements etc. in the constituency during election process.

Filing of part statement of Election Expenditure by Political parties in 30 days

The political parties will be required to file a part expenditure statement in respect of the lump sum payments made to the candidate, within 30 days after the declaration of results.

The recognized political parties will have to submit their accounts of election expenses with the Election Commission of India and the unrecognized political parties with the Chief Electoral Officer of the concerned State.

Final Accounts By Political Parties

All Political Parties sponsoring candidates for the Legislative Assembly elections are required to maintain day-to-day accounts of all election campaign expenses and submit the accounts to the Commission within 75 days of the completion of such elections. Such accounts will be uploaded on the website of the Commission for public viewing.

The Commission expects the media to play a positive, pro-active and constructive role in supplementing and facilitating the efforts towards the delivery of free, fair, transparent, participative, peaceful and credible elections.

Use of Social Media

The Commission has decided to enhance its interaction and involvement with all the stakeholders in the electoral processes by inducting the use of social media at the State as well as the District level.

Necessary instructions in this regards have been issued to Chief Electoral Officers of all States/UTs. The CEO and DEOs are expected to activate their official accounts on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, YouTube for establishing a more interactive system.

Social Media Cells at CEO and DEO offices will professionally handle the Social Media and disseminate all the necessary information regarding voters’ awareness, pre-certification, MCC, etc.
Complaints received on this platform would be promptly responded to.

A single window system for giving election-related permissions/clearances within 24 hours has been created. In this system, Candidates and Political Parties can apply for permissions for Meetings, Rallies, vehicles, temporary election office, loudspeakers etc at a single location.

Brail EPIC and Brail Photo Voter Slips

To have inclusive elections, special provisions have been made for all differently abled electors. Brail EPIC and Brail Photo Voter Slips would be issued to all visually challenged electors. Queueless voting at all Polling Stations would be ensured for all differently abled electors.

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HP Govt prohibits 328 fixed-dose combinations including thousands of painkillers, antibiotics, creams

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HP govt bans fixed dose combinations

Shimla: Following the lead of Centre Government that recently banned manufacturing and sale of around 6,000 brands of medicine, Himachal Pradesh Government has on Saturday announced a ban on over 300 fix-dose combinations.

This list included several popular painkillers, creams, antibiotics, antidiabetic drugs which would be no longer available in the market. Some of them are Saridon, an analgesic; Panderm cream, an ointment; Taxim AZ, an antibiotic; Corex cough syrup and D-cold.

Additional Chief Secretary, Health, and Family Welfare B.K. Agarwal said on Saturday informed that State Government has prohibited 328 fixed-dose combinations (FDCs) for manufacture for sale, sale or distribution for human use with immediate effect in Himachal Pradesh under section 26A of Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940.

The decision has been made based on recommendations of Drugs Technical Advisory Board (DTAB) as there was no therapeutic justification for the ingredients contained in these 328 FDCs or and these FDCs could involve risk to a human being.

He said that the Government of India has also restricted manufacturing, sale or distribution of the drug fixed-dose combinations from September 7, 2018.

B.K.Agarwal said that product permissions granted to manufacturers and its loan licensees to manufacture fixed dose combinations of 328 also stands prohibited.

He said that manufacture for sale, sale or distribution of fixed-dose combinations henceforth would attract section 28B of Drugs and Cosmetics Act. He said that these formulations must be withdrawn from the market immediately. The action would be taken as per the provisions of the against the persons not adhering to these orders.

Agarwal said that the notification has been circulated to the HP Drug Manufacturing Associations, HP Society of Chemists and Druggists and all the Drugs Controllers and the Drugs Inspectors in the state.

Complete List of fixed-dose combinations banned by Indian Governmenment 

SUBGROUP BRAND
CHLORDIAZEPOXIDE + IMIPRAMINE + TRIHEXYPHENIDYL + TRIFLUOPERAZINE | N5B24 POLYTAB
IMIPRAMINE + DIAZEPAM | N6A20 IMPRESS PLUS
PROMETHAZINE + PARACETAMOL | A4B2 REGAN P
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRI ZYROMET G
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRI ZYROMET G
IMIPRAMINE + DIAZEPAM | N6A20 DEPIK FORTE
IMIPRAMINE + DIAZEPAM | N6A20 DEPIK PLUS
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 OFBID OZ
AMMONIUM + CPM + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + GUAIFENESIN | R5D88 PHENLINCTUS
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 MEGAMOX DX
AZITHROMYCIN + AMBROXOL | J1F19 AZRO AM
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 ZIMNIC AZ
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 ZIMNIC AZ
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 ZIMNIC AZ
CEFIXIME + LEVOFLOXACIN | J1D77 CEFI L (PIRAMAL)
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 CHUPP C
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 PHENSEDYL COUGH LINCTUS
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 PHENSEDYL COUGH LINCTUS
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 TOSSEX
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 TRUSTYL CD
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 TRUSTYL CD
DICLOFENAC + PARACETAMOL | M1A14 TOPAC PLUS
GLIBENCLAMIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B52 DIABETROL 3P
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 SEMI TRIBET
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 SEMI TRIBET
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIBET
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIBET
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIBET
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIBET
IMIPRAMINE + DIAZEPAM | N6A20 DEPSONIL DZ
LEVOFLOXACIN + AZITHROMYCIN | J1G29 ERTYCIN L
LEVOFLOXACIN + AZITHROMYCIN | J1G29 ERTYCIN L
NIMESULIDE + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | M1A57 BIOZOBID N
NIMESULIDE + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | M1A57 ORTHOBID PLUS
NIMESULIDE + TIZANIDINE | M3B106 ORTHOBID MR
NITAZOXANIDE + OFLOXACIN | P1C3 FLAGYNOR
PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE + CHLORPHENIRAMINE | R5D61 M COLD
PHENOBARBITONE + PHENYTOIN | N3A11 GAROIN
PHENYLEPHRINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + TRIPROLIDINE | R5D91 DELETUS D
PHENYLEPHRINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + TRIPROLIDINE | R5D91 NEW DELETUS D
PHENYLEPHRINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + TRIPROLIDINE | R5D91 NEW DELETUS
PIOGLITAZONE + METFORMIN | A10B19 PIOZONE M
PROMETHAZINE + PARACETAMOL | A4B2 PHENERGAN PLUS
PROMETHAZINE + PHOLCODINE | R5D117 NEW TIXYLIX
PROMETHAZINE + PHOLCODINE | R5D117 TIXYLIX
SECNIDAZOLE + FLUCONAZOLE + AZITHROMYCIN | G1C2 SECNIL KIT
PHENOBARBITONE + PHENYTOIN | N3A11 EPICOM
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 OFCINTA OZ
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 COPHEDRIN
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 COPHEDRIN
IMIPRAMINE + DIAZEPAM | N6A20 IMODEP
NIMESULIDE + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | M1A57 PATALGIN FORTE
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 ACFLOX OZ
PROMETHAZINE + PARACETAMOL | A4B2 PROMEGAN PLUS
SALBUTAMOL + BROMHEXINE | R5D6 EXPEL
SALBUTAMOL + ETOFYLLINE + BROMHEXINE | R5D7 BROSAL FORTE
NIMESULIDE + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | M1A57 ADPEP N
DIETHYLCARBAMAZINE + CETIRIZINE | P1E5 EOCET
DIETHYLCARBAMAZINE + CETIRIZINE | P1E5 EOCET
NIMESULIDE + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | M1A57 PNB-S
SALBUTAMOL + BROMHEXINE | R5D6 CHERISOFT S
AMMONIUM + CPM + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + GUAIFENESIN | R5D88 INSTARYL D
AMOXYCILLIN + BROMHEXINE | J1C2 AGLOMOX
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 PANCEF AZ
CEFIXIME + LINEZOLID | J1D74 LIZOMED C
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 INSTACODIN
NIMESULIDE + PARACETAMOL | M1A54 ARTIFEN
PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE + PHENYLEPHRINE | R5D65 INSTARYL COLD
PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE + PHENYLEPHRINE | R5D65 INSTARYL
PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE + PHENYLEPHRINE | R5D65 NEW INSTARYL COLD
SALBUTAMOL + BROMHEXINE | R5D6 BROMHEXISAL
LEVOCETIRIZINE + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE | R5D95 ALLEGONE COLD
NIMESULIDE + PARACETAMOL | M1A54 INFANIM PLUS
NIMESULIDE + PARACETAMOL | M1A54 NEMAG PLUS
NIMESULIDE + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | M1A57 INFANIM SER
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 AGROFLOX OZ
PROMETHAZINE + PARACETAMOL | A4B2 PROMERON P
NIMESULIDE + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | M1A57 AISER N
FLUPHENTHIXOL + ESCITALOPRAM | N6A40 BIO-ANXIT-ES
NIMESULIDE + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | M1A57 NIMVON S
NIMESULIDE + TIZANIDINE | M3B106 NIMETIZ
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIBLEND
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIBLEND
CEFUROXIME + LINEZOLID | J1D78 LND CEF
DICLOFENAC + PARACETAMOL | M1A14 DOLENTIA P
DICLOFENAC + PARACETAMOL + OMEPRAZOLE | M1A144 DOLENTIA TOTAL
ESTRADIOL + SILDENAFIL | G3C5 ALIVHER ES
ESTRADIOL + SILDENAFIL | G3C5 ALIVHER ES
ESTRADIOL + SILDENAFIL | G3C5 ENDOTHIK ES
ESTRADIOL + SILDENAFIL | G3C5 ENDOTHIK ES
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 SWITGLIM MP
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 SWITGLIM MP
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 SWITGLIM MP
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 SWITGLIM MP
LEVOCETIRIZINE + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE | R5D95 AKUMINIC
NAPHAZOLINE + PHENYLEPHRINE + CARBOXY METHYL CELLULOSE | S1F33 WELCEE
GUAIFENESIN + CHLORPHENIRAMINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN | R5G3 HYCORIL DM
RABEPRAZOLE + ZINC CARNOSINE | A2C8 RABECAR
SILYMARIN + URSODEOXYCHOLIC ACID | A5E3 ACTIMARIN
SILYMARIN + URSODEOXYCHOLIC ACID | A5E3 ACTIMARIN FORTE
CETIRIZINE + PARACETAMOL + PSEUDOEPHEDRINE | R6A31 KOLDRID
NITAZOXANIDE + OFLOXACIN | P1C3 NO2
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLUREST PM
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLUREST PM
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 BACIMOX NEW
AZITHROMYCIN + AMBROXOL | J1F19 AZITHRAL A
AZITHROMYCIN + AMBROXOL | J1F19 AZITHRAL A
BROMHEXINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + AMMONIUM CHLORIDE | R5G4 ALVEX
BROMHEXINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + AMMONIUM CHLORIDE | R5G4 ALVEX
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 EPHEDREX CD
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 GLYCODIN PLUS
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 RESPINEX CD
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 RESPINEX CD
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLIMSER P
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLIMSER P
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLIMSER P
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLIMSER P
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLISEN PM
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLISEN PM
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLISEN PM
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLISEN PM
NIMESULIDE + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | M1A57 PEPZOL N
NITAZOXANIDE + OFLOXACIN | P1C3 NITA O
NITAZOXANIDE + OFLOXACIN | P1C3 NITA O
NORFLOXACIN + METRONIDAZOLE | A7A6 N MET(ALE)
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 OWINO Z
PIOGLITAZONE + METFORMIN | A10B19 PIOFIX-MF
PROMETHAZINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN | R5D116 NEOZEET
PROMETHAZINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN | R5D116 NEOZEET
RABEPRAZOLE + ZINC CARNOSINE | A2C8 RABOSURE
ROXITHROMYCIN + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | J1F20 ROXID S
SECNIDAZOLE + FLUCONAZOLE + AZITHROMYCIN | G1C2 AZITHRAL XP
NIMESULIDE + PARACETAMOL | M1A54 MOLIB P
AMMONIUM + CPM + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + GUAIFENESIN | R5D88 KOFLINCTUS
AZITHROMYCIN + OFLOXACIN | J1F22 ZITHIUM O
AZITHROMYCIN + OFLOXACIN | J1F22 ZITHIUM O
AZITHROMYCIN + OFLOXACIN | J1F22 ZITHIUM O
AZITHROMYCIN + OFLOXACIN | J1F22 ZITHIUM-O BD
BROMHEXINE + CPM + GUAIFENSIN + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL | R5D97 ALKOF Q
BROMHEXINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + AMMONIUM CHLORIDE | R5G4 ALDREX
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 TAXIM AZ
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 TAXIM AZ
CEFIXIME + LINEZOLID | J1D74 LINCEF
CEFPODOXIME + LEVOFLOXACIN | J1D73 ALEVO CP
CETIRIZINE + PARACETAMOL + PSEUDOEPHEDRINE | R6A31 ZINCOCET P
CETIRIZINE + PARACETAMOL + PSEUDOEPHEDRINE | R6A31 ZINCOCET
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 ALKOF-DX
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 BRONOSOL
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 BRONOSOL
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 INDIKOF C
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 NORMOVENT
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 XPECT C
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 XPECT C
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 FORMIN PG
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 FORMIN PG
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 FORMIN PG
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 FORMIN PG
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 FORMIN PG
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 FORMIN PG
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 FORMIN PG
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 FORMIN PG
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 FORMIN PG
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 FORMIN PG
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLUCORYL MP
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLUCORYL MP
GUAIFENESIN + BROMHEXINE + CPM + DEXTROMETHORPHAN | R5G6 ALKOF
GUAIFENESIN + BROMHEXINE + CPM + DEXTROMETHORPHAN | R5G6 ALKOF
LEVOCETIRIZINE + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL + AMBROXOL | R5D94 LHIST TOTAL
NIMESULIDE + PARACETAMOL | M1A54 SUMO
NIMESULIDE + TIZANIDINE | M3B106 SUMO MR
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 ASSAULT
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 MEGANOR
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 MEGANOR OZ
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 OFLOKEM OZ
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 RONFLOX OZ
PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE + PHENYLEPHRINE | R5D65 ZUKAMIN
PARACETAMOL + CHLORPHENIRAMINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN | R5F7 TRITUS PLUS
PIOGLITAZONE + METFORMIN | A10B19 FORMIN P
PIOGLITAZONE + METFORMIN | A10B19 FORMIN PL
PSEUDOEPHEDRINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + CETIRIZINE | R5D45 XPECT A
SILYMARIN + URSODEOXYCHOLIC ACID | A5E3 URSOKEM PLUS
TERBINAFINE + CLOBETASOL + OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | D1A35 DERMIKEM OC
TERBINAFINE + CLOBETASOL + OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | D1A35 TOTALDERM PLUS
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 VOX O
AMBROXOL + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + CETIRIZINE | R5G5 CETMET ACC
AMBROXOL + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + CETIRIZINE | R5G5 CETMET TCF
AMBROXOL + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + CETIRIZINE | R5G5 CETMET TCF
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 CEZILAC
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 CEZILAC
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 MOXPIC DC
FLUPHENTHIXOL + ESCITALOPRAM | N6A40 CILAPAM FL
FLUPHENTHIXOL + ESCITALOPRAM | N6A40 FLUPETRAS
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLIMIHOP PM2
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 CEAZE
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 CODYLEX
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 CODYLEX
LEVOCETIRIZINE + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE | R5D95 CODYLEX CC
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 AFDOZ O
PHENOBARBITONE + PHENYTOIN | N3A11 EPILAN
PHENOBARBITONE + PHENYTOIN | N3A11 EPILAN
PHENOBARBITONE + PHENYTOIN | N3A11 EPILAN
TERBINAFINE + CLOBETASOL + OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | D1A35 AFDERM MX
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 AXN PLUS
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 PENOM DX
NIMESULIDE + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | M1A57 NID S
ACECLOFENAC + PARACETAMOL + RABEPRAZOLE | M1A107 FECLOJOY R
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIAPRIGLIM
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIAPRIGLIM
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIAPRIGLIM
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIAPRIGLIM
FLUPHENTHIXOL + ESCITALOPRAM | N6A40 APTIFRESH
MONTELUKAST + LEVOCETIRIZINE + ACEBROPHYLLINE | R3B66 KOLTUS 3D
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 ORMOXYL
SECNIDAZOLE + FLUCONAZOLE + AZITHROMYCIN | G1C2 SAF PID
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 OMNICEF-AZ
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 OMNICEF-AZ
CEFIXIME + LINEZOLID | J1D74 MEGAZOLID PLUS
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIGLIMIPREX
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIGLIMIPREX
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIGLIMIPREX
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIGLIMIPREX
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIOPIL
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIOPIL
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIOPIL
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIOPIL
GLIPIZIDE + METFORMIN | A10B9 METAGLEZ
NORFLOXACIN + METRONIDAZOLE | A7A6 BACIGYL N
NORFLOXACIN + METRONIDAZOLE | A7A6 BACIGYL N
NORFLOXACIN + METRONIDAZOLE | A7A6 BACIGYL N
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 ORNOF
PARACETAMOL + PSEUDOEPHEDRINE + LEVOCETIRIZINE | R5D37 HATRIC-3
PARACETAMOL + PSEUDOEPHEDRINE + LEVOCETIRIZINE | R5D37 HATRIC-3
PIOGLITAZONE + METFORMIN | A10B19 PIOSAFE MF
TERBINAFINE + CLOBETASOL + OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | D1A35 ORNODERM
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 CAROLOX AD
PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE + CHLORPHENIRAMINE | R5D61 ALGITAB
LEVOCETIRIZINE + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL + AMBROXOL | R5D94 ALEVICT PLUS
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 PENCOLIN C
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 LINCTUS CODEINAE CO
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 LINCTUS CODEINAE CO
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 MIT S CODEINE
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 MIT S LINCTUS-D
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 MIT S LINCTUS-D
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 MITS LINCTUS CODEINAE
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 MITS LINCTUS CODEINAE
BROMHEXINE + CHLORPHENIRAMINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN | R5G12 RINOCOF
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 RZAD
LEVOCETIRIZINE + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL + AMBROXOL | R5D94 NOSYFED
LEVOCETIRIZINE + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL + AMBROXOL | R5D94 NOSYFED-P
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 BEPRIDE FORTE
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 BEPRIDE PLUS
LEVOCETIRIZINE + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL + AMBROXOL | R5D94 LEVOSIM PLUS
NIMESULIDE + PARACETAMOL | M1A54 NIMISUN PLUS
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 DIAGRM P
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 DIAGRM P
SECNIDAZOLE + FLUCONAZOLE + AZITHROMYCIN | G1C2 AZIWIN FS
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GIMIBAY P
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GIMIBAY P
NIMESULIDE + PARACETAMOL | M1A54 DICETA PLUS
BROMHEXINE + CPM + GUAIFENSIN + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL | R5D97 TIXY O
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 AZIDEP CX
DICLOFENAC + NIMESULIDE | M1A13 DINIT
DICLOFENAC + NIMESULIDE | M1A13 DINSA
METRONIDAZOLE + TETRACYCLINE | A7A34 MEKLIN
PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE + CHLORPHENIRAMINE | R5D61 PARAKEF
PROMETHAZINE + PARACETAMOL | A4B2 PHENOMET
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 ABCEF AZ
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 ABCEF AZ
DICLOFENAC + PARACETAMOL | M1A14 VIVOGESIC PLUS
NITAZOXANIDE + OFLOXACIN | P1C3 BESTOFLOX N
NITAZOXANIDE + OFLOXACIN | P1C3 BESTOFLOX N
NITAZOXANIDE + OFLOXACIN | P1C3 BONFLOX N
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 T FLOX (BESTOCHEM)
PROMETHAZINE + PARACETAMOL | A4B2 PARAMAX P
SECNIDAZOLE + FLUCONAZOLE + AZITHROMYCIN | G1C2 FUNGID
DEXTROMETHORPHAN + CETIRIZINE | R5D104 COUGHWAR D
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 ADX
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 ADX
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 MOXILIUM PLUS
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 RANMOX PLUS
AZITHROMYCIN + AMBROXOL | J1F19 ZITHROCIN AX
BETAMETHASONE + CLIOQUINOL + GENTAMICIN + TOLNAFTATE | D7B58 BIODERM
BETAMETHASONE + CLIOQUINOL + GENTAMICIN + TOLNAFTATE | D7B58 BIODERM
BROMHEXINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + AMMONIUM CHLORIDE | R5G4 BIODEX
CEFPODOXIME + LEVOFLOXACIN | J1D73 MONOTAX L
CEFUROXIME + LINEZOLID | J1D78 CEFOXIM L
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 BIOREX
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 BIOREX
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 DIAGLIM MP
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 DIAGLIM MP
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLIMP MP
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 GLIMP MP
LEVOCETIRIZINE + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE | R5D95 LECET PLUS
MONTELUKAST + LEVOCETIRIZINE + ACEBROPHYLLINE | R3B66 AIRLUNG AB
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 BIOFF-OZ
PROMETHAZINE + PARACETAMOL | A4B2 EMIGAN PLUS
SECNIDAZOLE + FLUCONAZOLE + AZITHROMYCIN | G1C2 SAFKIT
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIGPM
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 TRIGPM
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 COSCODIN
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 GASTROGYL O
ACECLOFENAC + PARACETAMOL + RABEPRAZOLE | M1A107 FLAMACE-PR
TERBINAFINE + CLOBETASOL + OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | D1A35 OFLAGARD-4
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 CALMOX
ACECLOFENAC + PARACETAMOL + RABEPRAZOLE | M1A107 CATERPIL
ACECLOFENAC + PARACETAMOL + RABEPRAZOLE | M1A107 CATERPIL
ACECLOFENAC + PARACETAMOL + RABEPRAZOLE | M1A107 CATERPIL
GLIMEPIRIDE + METFORMIN + PIOGLITAZONE | A10B36 BIOMET PG
LEVOCETIRIZINE + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE | R5D95 TACOF COLD
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 OTRAS OZ
PROMETHAZINE + PARACETAMOL | A4B2 HYPEREX
PROMETHAZINE + PARACETAMOL | A4B2 HYPEREX
ACECLOFENAC + PARACETAMOL + RABEPRAZOLE | M1A107 DOLOSTAT PLUS
AMOXYCILLIN + BROMHEXINE | J1C2 BLUMOX BH
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 BLUMOX DXL
BROMHEXINE + CPM + GUAIFENSIN + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL | R5D97 TUSQ
BROMHEXINE + CPM + GUAIFENSIN + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL | R5D97 TUSQ
NIMESULIDE + TIZANIDINE | M3B106 TIZPA N
NORFLOXACIN + METRONIDAZOLE | A7A6 NORSPAN M
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 O CEBRAN O
DOXYCYCLINE + SERRATIOPEPTIDASE | J1A12 LAA EF
BETAMETHASONE + CLIOQUINOL + GENTAMICIN + TOLNAFTATE | D7B58 SKEEN
BETAMETHASONE + CLIOQUINOL + GENTAMICIN + TOLNAFTATE | D7B58 SKEEN
DICYCLOMINE + NIMESULIDE | A3D9 NIRAMOL SPAS
NORFLOXACIN + METRONIDAZOLE | A7A6 FRONT M
PARACETAMOL + CAFFEINE + PHENYLEPHRINE | R5D65 PARASUIT CNF
SALBUTAMOL + BROMHEXINE | R5D6 SALTOL
SALBUTAMOL + BROMHEXINE | R5D6 SALTOL
SALBUTAMOL + BROMHEXINE | R5D6 SALTOL
SALBUTAMOL + BROMHEXINE | R5D6 SALTOL
AMOXYCILLIN + DICLOXACILLIN | J1C26 COMBILOX XP
OFLOXACIN + ORNIDAZOLE | A7A15 LOOBID
AMMONIUM + CPM + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + GUAIFENESIN | R5D88 CADICOFF
AMMONIUM + CPM + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + GUAIFENESIN | R5D88 CADICOFF
AZITHROMYCIN + AMBROXOL | J1F19 ZYCIN AM
BROMHEXINE + CPM + GUAIFENSIN + PHENYLEPHRINE + PARACETAMOL | R5D97 NEW KHASI Q
BROMHEXINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + AMMONIUM CHLORIDE | R5G4 CLEARTUSS D
BROMHEXINE + DEXTROMETHORPHAN + AMMONIUM CHLORIDE | R5G4 CLEARTUSS D
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 AZIVISTA CF
CEFIXIME + AZITHROMYCIN | J1D68 ORITAXIM AZ
CETIRIZINE + PARACETAMOL + NIMESULIDE + CAFFIENE + PHENYLEPHRINE | R6A52 SNEEZY COLD & FLU
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 CODECTUSS
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 CODECTUSS GR
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 CODECTUSS GR
CHLORPHENIRAMINE + CODEINE | R5E1 CODECTUSS PLUS
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Jindan Murder: Activist’s wife labels serious allegations against police, demands CBI probe

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Kedar singh jindan's wife speaks

Shimla: Hem Lata, the wife of Kedar Singh Jindan – an RTI activist, social worker, and an SC/ST leader who was beaten and then run over by an SUV in Shillai region of Sirmaur district in Himachal Pradesh – today spoke at a press conference held at the Press Club Shimla. She expressed complete distrust in the Special Investigation Team (SIT) of the Himachal Pradesh Police and demanded a CBI probe.

She said district police of Sirmaur has hushed up several cases earlier too. She also alleged that a gang of 35-40 people was involved in the brutal murder of her husband on September 7, 2018. It has come as another shocker for the State police, which is still struggling to recover from the damage the SIT had done in Kotkhai’s Gudia case and forest guard Hoshiyar Singh.  

The SIT has so far arrested three persons including the up-pradhan of a panchayat. 

She also rejected the statement given by the Director General of Police Sita Ram Mardi that Jindan had never approached him seeking protection. A copy of the complaint was shown in the press conference claiming it was also submitted to the DGP. 

Related Story: Jindan Murder: Team of human rights and social activists visits Shillai, makes shocking revelations

Other than the fraud in the Below Poverty Line scheme, her husband was raising his voice against several issues including a murder, alleged sale of brides in Shillai region, the poor state of government schools etc. she told media. She said one such case involves a murder that was hushed up.

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She further told media persons that it is the same group of people who had assaulted Jindan last year and buried him in the sand in a half-dead condition. She said they have the names of all these people.
Jindal’s family hails from a poor background and he was the sole bread earner.

Now, I don’t have any money with me. There was no bank balance as he (Jindan) had spent whatever he earned on social work,

she said.

My relatives, sisters, and parents gave me little money with which I and my two daughters are surviving somehow,

she added. 

She said the government had promised Rs 20 lakh relief and a government job to her. However, none of the officials of the district administration has shown up so far with any sort of relief.

Though the Director General of Police had refuted the family’s claim that Jindan had asked for police protection due to threats to his life, victim’s wife said it was not true. She said her husband has given a list of the people who had assaulted him earlier and were threatening to murder him. However, he was not given any protection.

When asked whether she was given any police protection, she denied receiving any protection.

The Police SIT headed by ASP Virender, on the other hand, is claiming to have almost solved the case. 

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Mandi’s Thunag gets UHF Nauni’s Extension Center

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UHF Nauni Extention Centere at Thunag, Mandi

Shimla: The Dr YS Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry (UHF), Nauni, has notified the opening of Regional Horticultural and Forestry Development and Extension Center at Thunag. This step is expected to boost scientific horticultural and forestry activities in the remote areas of Mandi district and adjoining areas of the state, informed the Public Relation Officer Suchet Attri.

The Centre will undertake work in the areas of Fruit Science, Vegetable Science, High-tech floriculture, Plant Protection, Forestry, Biotechnology (tissue culture) along with carrying out training and extension activities. The Government of Himachal Pradesh has accorded the approval for opening the Center, he informed.

He said the focus of the Center will be on promoting protected cultivation of vegetables, hi-tech floriculture, production of quality planting material of fruits, vegetables and flowers, and scientific development of forests. In addition, it will also help in increasing the production and productivity of horticultural crops in the region. The scientists will work on increasing farmers’ income through the scientific development of Horticulture and Forestry and most importantly train youth in these activities.

Regular extension and training activities will help to spread awareness about the latest technologies in Horticulture and Forestry.

In order to make the Centre functional, the University has posted two permanent scientists and two office staff at the station. In addition, two visiting scientists have also been attached with the Centre. The Centre will start functioning from the Panchayati Raj building located at Thunag and will be under the direct control of the university. Additional scientists with be posted in the near future.

While thanking the Himachal Pradesh Government and the Chief Minister for approving the setting up of the Centre, UHF Vice-Chancellor Dr HC Sharma said,

The opening of the Center is a big achievement for the university. It will enable us to expand our reach and the farmers will benefit from the latest technologies in Horticulture and Forestry.

He added that the area where the Centre is being set up has a huge scope for improvement in fruits, vegetables and flower production, and explore the medicinal and aromatic plants that are found in abundance in the region.

The farmers are presently undertaking horticultural activities, which are mostly traditional. Since large tracts are under forests, there are ample opportunities for its scientific development and utilization of forest produce,

said Dr Sharma.

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