Medical check-up allowance for Maharashtra police personnel to be raised

first_imgMedical check-up allowance for Maharashtra police personnel to be raised By Press Trust of India on March 12, 2020 The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals News Comments (0) Add Comment MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” Anil DeshmukhEchocardiogramMaharashtra police personnelMahatma Phule Jan Aarogya schemestress testVilas Potnis Related Posts Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha The state is also planning to include personnel from hawaldar to assistant police inspector ranks in Mahatma Phule Jan Aarogya schemeAnil Deshmukh, Home Minister, Maharashtra said allowance for medical check-ups of police personnel will be increased from Rs 500 per year to Rs 2,500. The minister made the announcement while replying to a calling attention raised by Vilas Potnis, MLC, Shiv Sena on issues related to the police department.“The state government will increase the annual health check-up allowance from Rs 500 per year to Rs 2,500 for some 12 basic medical tests that policemen will have to undergo,” he said.The state is also planning to include personnel from hawaldar to assistant police inspector ranks in Mahatma Phule Jan Aarogya scheme, in which the cost of several medical services is borne by the government, the minister said. The allowance will also cover important medical tests such as stress test and echocardiogram, he added. Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app Read Article Sharelast_img read more

YouTube star Logan Paul on suicide video backlash: “I am a good guy who made a bad decision”

first_imgFreeform(NEW YORK) — YouTube star Logan Paul said he believes the backlash he has received over a video he posted last year “happened for a reason,” and has vowed to turn the experience into a new personal mission.ABC’s Good Morning America anchor Michael Strahan spoke to Paul exclusively, and he opened up about the knocks he’s taken — both online and to his wallet  — after posting a Dec. 31 vlog, which appeared to show a lifeless, hanging body in Japan’s so-called suicide forest.“I think that reason [it happened] is so I could… spread the message the right way about suicide prevention and suicide prevention awareness,” he said in the GMA interview. Paul, 22, has repeatedly accepted the blame for the video in question.“It’s not like I’m a bad guy. I am a good guy who made a bad decision,” he said.  “It’s been tough, cause ironically I’m being told to commit suicide myself,” he revealed. “Millions of people literally telling me…”  And Paul said he deserves the criticism.“This has been…the hardest time in my life,” he said. “…I can, will and am going to learn from it and be a better person.”Paul has taken to social media and other online platforms to apologize repeatedly this year.  On Jan. 1 he wrote a letter to fans, saying he never intended to anger anyone.  He later followed up with a video apology, and tweeted on January 3: “Taking time to reflect. No vlog for now. See you soon.” After a self-imposed hiatus, Paul returned to YouTube last week with a heartfelt video that focused on suicide prevention, and an interview with a man who had attempted suicide. Paul also pledged to donate a million dollars to various charities — the first installment of which, $250,000 to the National Suicide Hotline, was paid last week.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico Relatedlast_img read more