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  • Responding to a question in the Rajya Sabha, Minister of State for Health Ashwini Choubey also said that no proposal has been approved regarding establishment of a separate statutory body on the lines of the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) for the regulation of medical devices.

    The report, titled New India: Building Blocks - Potential Pathways to Reforms, will be released on Monday. The report reveals India’s health system as a story of multiple fragmentations at the level of payers and risk pools, healthcare services and at digital backbone running it, the Aayog said on Friday

    Addressing the gathering of investors, startup professionals and industry stakeholders at the TiE Global Summit 4.0, Kant said that many of the startups are improving learning outcomes, health outcomes and doing outstanding work in mobility which is a great sunrise area.

    The roadmap has been outlined in a book titled New India: Building Blocks - Potential Pathways to Reforms released on Monday. The book, which is a synthesis of all the discussions and efforts initiated at the national-level workshop held last year, could form the basis of the way forward for the health sector in the upcoming Vision Document of the Aayog in 2020.

    The matter had come up for discussion during the meeting of a high-level committee under the chairmanship of Niti Aayog Vice-Chairman, sources privy to the development said. "During the meeting, it was discussed that for larger blocks the upfront payment was more. So in order to attract investors, it was opined that the upfront payment should be reduced."

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    The roadmap has been outlined in a book titled New India: Building Blocks - Potential Pathways to Reforms released on Monday. The book, which is a synthesis of all the discussions and efforts initiated at the national-level workshop held last year, could form the basis of the way forward for the health sector in the upcoming Vision Document of the Aayog in 2020.

    Commenting on her decision to slash corporate tax, the finance minister said that the industry has told her that the decision was taken at the right time and that it has made a big difference to their books. She said that the decision was announced on September 20 and industry will take time in announcing major investment decisions.

    TiE has been a leading organisation in fostering the entrepreneurial ecosystem around the world. In a span of nearly two decades, TiE has created a massive network of startups, investors, mentors, academia and brought together all stakeholders to bolster global entrepreneurship.

    The ministry had issued a draft notification saying that all medical devices would come under the category of drugs from December 1 and would be regulated under the Drugs & Cosmetics Act.

    These buses will be largely internal combustion engine-based ones, separate from the plan already in place to encourage a switchover to electric buses. A similar plan was implemented by the previous UPA government to help states purchase buses under the JNNURM after the 2008 financial crisis to boost the economy.

    How India’s trade policy establishment is thinking about life after the Prime Minister’s decision to not join the trade bloc. The big question, here is that what could be India’s next move? Does the nation have enough headroom to not fall into a morass of trade and diplomatic isolation, particularly in the East and the Far East, where members of the new bloc will enjoy easier access?

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