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According to details obtained under the Right to Information Act, a high-performance liquid chromatography machine costing `26.57 lakh that was bought on June 16, 2012 had still not been installed at the hospital.

 

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MANOJ B. PATEL

The state has shownkeen interest in promoting the Indian system ofmedicine specially Ayurveda. The ISM institutionsas on 1.1.2000 were 1) Ayurvediccollege 1, 2) AyurvedicHospitals 22, 3) Ayurvedic dispensaries 1109, 4) Unanidispensaries 3, 5) Homeopathic dispensaries 14, 6)

Pancha Karma units 2, 7) Amchi Clinic 4. Total 1153.The total bed capacity in the Department is 410.

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The state has shownkeen interest in promoting the Indian system ofmedicine specially Ayurveda. The ISM institutionsas on 1.1.2000 were 1) Ayurvediccollege 1, 2) AyurvedicHospitals 22, 3) Ayurvedic dispensaries 1109, 4) Unanidispensaries 3, 5) Homeopathic dispensaries 14, 6)

Pancha Karma units 2, 7) Amchi Clinic 4. Total 1153.The total bed capacity in the Department is 410.

 

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