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Over 100 Vaishnavite ascetics from Maharashtra have requested India's President Pratibha Patil to help save the Yamuna river from pollution.In a memorandum submitted to the president, whom they met at Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi Monday,the delegation urged action.From Tajewala to Agra,Yamuna is almost dead due to pollutants.Braj Life Line convener stated that the president was distressed/expressed concern after listening to the pain and anguish of the Vaishanavites from Amravati in Maharashtra.The meeting was arranged the president's husband, Devisingh Patil, who is a trustee of the Pushtiyamargiya temple of the Vaishanavites in Amravati./The Himachal Pradesh State government is making an all-out effort to develop the Rajiv Gandhi Post-Graduate Ayurvedic College as an ayurvedic university. Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal stated this while addressing a public meeting at the Rajiv Gandhi Government Ayurvedic College complex, Paprola, today. Earlier, he laid the foundation stone of the Regional Centre for Geriatric Care and Nursing Hostel, estimated to cost Rs 5 crore. He said the college was to be developed as the best ayurvedic college in the country in the future. The Chief Minister said 1,153 ayurvedic health institutions were in service of the people of the state and were manned by well-qualified and experienced medical professionals. He said out of the total 340 sanctioned posts 241 had also been filled up of which 165 people were deployed in various health institutions.

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