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30th March, 2017
IMA congratulates all winners of Dr BC Roy National Awards
 
The Dr BC Roy National Awards for the years 2014, 2015 and 2016 were presented by the President of India on Tuesday. 
 
IMA congratulates and extends its best wishes to all the winners.
 
Here is a list of the winners under various categories:
 
2014 
  • Eminent Medical Person: Dr Arvind Kumar, Prof (Dr) Randeep Guleria
  • Eminent Medical Teacher: Dr Ravi Kant, Dr Ashwani Kumar, Dr Rajesh Malhotra, Dr Rakesh Yadav, Dr PVLN Murthy
  • Best talents in encouraging the development of specialities in different branches in Medicine: Dr Janak Desai, Dr Rajesh Upadhyay, Dr Binay Karak, Dr Ashok Rajgopal, Dr DS Rana 
  • Outstanding services in the field of Sociomedical Relief: Dr Rama Reddy Karri, Dr Jitender B Patel, Dr Sudipto Roy
2015
  • Eminent Medical Person: Dr C Palanivelu, Dr Ashok Seth
  • Eminent Medical Teacher: Dr N Sanjeeva Reddy, Dr CS Yadav, Dr AK Bisoi, Dr DJ Borah, Dr Arun Thakur 
  • Best talents in encouraging the development of specialities in different branches in Medicine: Dr HP Bhalodiya, Dr Parimal M Desai, Dr Anand Khakhar, Dr Ambrish Mittal, Dr Amlesh Seth
  • Outstanding services in the field of Sociomedical Relief: Dr A Marthanda Pillai, Dr John Ebnezar, Dr A Arulvisagan 
  • Aid or Assistance to Research Project: Dr JB Sharma
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People who fast during Navratri are at an increased risk of food poisoning and diarrhea

Eating leftover and oily food can make you sick...Keep a check on your liquid intake to celebrate the festival of Navratri with all the enthusiasm
Starving and not eating for too long can make you feel weak. It is advised that you consume mini meals after an interval of every 2-3 hours

New Delhi, 29th March 2017: Have you ever wondered what is the reason behind the 9-day fast during Navratri? In addition to the religious reasons, fasts also help in the purification of the body by relaxing its metabolism. The consumption of low calorie and less spicy food items helps relieve the body of the extra work it has to do on a regular basis. However, this purpose gets defeated when people indulge in starchy and oily foods like potatoes and kuttu pakoras.
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