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Invitation - QPMPA Punalur

QPMPA PUNALUR

This is an invitation; but unusually long; so I’ll explain. QPMPA is dormant for the last 3 or 4 years and as a revival measure I’ve been selected as the new president. I’m convalescing from a spinal surgery and my age restricts an active presidency. But I am willingly shouldering the responsibility and with your support, we together can bring in a positive note to the depressing professional conditions. If we look back we can see that if any of our professional bodies can reverse the present down-slide, it is the QPMPA.

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List of ECG members not willing to unite

Electricity Consumers Group (ECG) – LT VI (F) & HT II (B)

If we, (QPMPA) challenge the KSEB and bring down the electricity charges, given below is the list of some of those benefited. Those asterisked (*) are the High Tension consumers getting maximum profit and they are shy to associate.

Unfortunately, the decision makers in those establishments have passed their productive useful period and are with degenerated brains. They always give the wrong advice to those paying them. 

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AYUSH & Healthcare delivery

11 January 2015

Before the Hon. Minister of State for Health & Family Welfare & AYUSH (Independent Charge) —

Sri Shripad Yesso Naik

Respected Health Minister Sri Shripad Yesso Naik,

            We, the members of QPMPA, extend to you a warm welcome to Kerala. As Minister for AYUSH we are confident that the doctors under AYUSH will soon become a major force in healing Indians under your care. They will manage nearly 60% of the sick in India, majority of them in rural areas. We humbly request you to maintain the “Lakshman Rekha” for all systems of treatment and not to dilute it for cheap popularity. Kindly do not forget the “A, B, C & D” of your leader.

AYUSH discussion — Kollam, Kerala

Subject:              What should be the role of AYUSH in health care?

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Brains & Leaders

Brains and Leaders

There are tremendous advances in neurosciences and it is not difficult now to predict behaviour of political leaders and criminals. The causes of their behaviour are varied like inherited traits in their genetic make-up, malnutrition either in their intrauterine or early childhood lives, repeated traumas to head, etc. PET scan, functional MRI and better understanding of the neuronal mechanisms have enabled doctors to predict behavioural patterns.

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