The Bengal Medical Act, 1914 Bengal Act 6 of 1914 27th May, 1914 An Act to provide for the registration of Medical practitioners in Bengal and for matters connected therewith. Whereas the sanction of the Governor General has been obtained, under section 5 of the Indian Councils Act, 1892, to the passing of this Act; It is hereby enacted as […]
For the research, the scientists used one of the largest ground-based telescopes in the world, the 8.2 m Subaru Telescope located at Hawaii, USA. They helped establish a new method to find high redshift NLS1 galaxies that were not known previously by comparing different emission lines in their spectra. The new gamma-ray emitting NLS1 was formed when the Universe was only about 4.7 billion years old as compared to its current age of about 13.8 billion years.
The vaccine is indicated for active immunization to prevent COVID-19 disease in individuals of ≥ 18 years of age. The vaccine should be administered intramuscularly in two doses of 0.5 ml each with interval of 21 days. (Day 0: Component I & Day 21: Component II). The vaccine has to be stored at -18°C. The vaccine comprises of two components I & II, which are not interchangeable. After careful consideration, the recommendations of the SEC have been accepted by the Drugs Control General (India). M/s DRL will import the vaccine for use in the country.
DATE: 13 APR 2021 Secretary, Department of Consumer Affairs, Smt. Leena Nandan and Director General, Bureau of Indian Standards Shri Pramod Kumar Tiwari virtually addressed a press conference about the New Initiatives of BIS today. While addressing the media about BIS initiatives, Secretary DoCA, Smt. Nandan said that BIS have achieved many milestones in its journey of development and played […]
That onus to prove that, the plaintiff ’s suit is bad due to nonjoinder of necessary party or misjoinder of parties, was upon
the defendants which they failed to discharge, hence it can be said that the suit is not bad due to non-joinder of necessary party or due misjoinder of parties. Hence issue Nos. 8 and 9 stands decided in favour of the plaintiffs and against the defendants.