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Liquor trade and consumption is not a fundamental right, but a privilege....

  The Delhi government filed this reply against a batch of petitions challenging its 4 May notification levying 70% special corona fees on liquor in the capital. The plea is likely to be heard on Friday. Liquor trade and consumption is not a fundamental right, but a privilege and the state has the authority to regulate its trade, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government told the Delhi high court on Thursday. In response to a batch of petitions challenging its 4 May notification to levy a "special corona fee’’ on liquor, the Delhi government in its affidavit added that it was free to accord or regulate liquor prices as per the state excise law. The pleas are likely to be heard on Friday.  https://www.livemint.com/politics/news/liquor-not-a-fundamental-right-but-a-privilege-delhi-govt-on-70-corona-cess-11590655647456.html
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Be the change: Share your initiative for “The E- REX Karmaveer Global Youth Fellowship 2021

Hi Nada Youth Health advocates and Volunteers...  Nada India wants to recognize the REAL and UNSUNG Young Heroes.  If you are a member of Young India Network and bonafide student of class 11/12 or college (Up to 30 years of age) and ready to share your genuine work in the field of good health and health promotion  which made a difference in your community, campus and if your initiative or action brought a change in the mindset of people or inspired people to be the change. Please share your initiative in writing (in not more than 500 words) with 2-3 pictures/video by 6th January 2021.  I ( Suneel Vatsyayan ) am a REX Karmaveer Chakra Award 2019 recipient and have been asked to recommend the names of young people for The E- REX Karmaveer Global Youth Fellowship in association with The Campus Connect and Karmaveer Chakra Awards in Partnership with United Nations. To submit your initiative or for more details, write to me at vsuneel@gmail.com before 6th January 2021.

Nada India joins Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies to bridge the gap between academia and Healthcare industry

Exclusive MRIIRS MSW Admission Tuition fees waivers are  available for members of Nada India Young India Network and Nada interns who wish to seek admissions in the current semester starting from January 2021.  To Avail fees waivers and share your interest before 20th December 2020. According to the WHO latest  Call-To-Action  to address the health worker shortfall, 80% of investments has been invested in education and healthcare to ensure Universal Healthcare Coverage by 2030. However, it estimates that there will be an 18 million shortage of health workers globally. Their call to action emphasises on the crucial role that CSOs (especially health worker organisations) and youth will have to contribute in the health labour market.   National Youth Conclave 2020 At the NYC2020 Dr. Anandajit Goswami, HOD of Social Work Department, Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies addressed this challenge and ways to bridge the gap by empowering social work students to become

Kartik Raman Singer & Nada health ambassador urges Youth to Join Young India Network

Kartik Raman Singer & Nada health ambassador urges Youth to Join Young India Network and pledge for Good Health 

Nada India National Youth Conclave 2020 First Day 5th December

  Nada National Youth Conclave 2020 focused on the narrative of addressing meaningful involvement of youth & #PLWNCDS in looking after their wellbeing. Nada Interns spoke about their concerns on #tobacco #alcohol #JunkFood consumption and #physicalinactivity among adolescents pic.twitter.com/Wc8wdgoD7u — Nada India Foundation (@NadaPehchaan) December 8, 2020

International Volunteers Day:National Youth Conclave 20@Nada

  Celebrating Youth Volunteerism, Wellbeing & Engagement: An Invitation  Greetings to all,   We at  Nada India Foundation  would like to thank all the volunteers around the country, working with zeal and passion towards building a better society in terms of health, disease and overall well-being.2020 will be one of the most memorable year for all us and especially for Nada India Foundation as we turn 20 years! On the occasion of International Volunteers Day, we invite you to attend  the most awaited event of the year:  National Youth Conclave 2020.  The main motive of this event revolves around :- 1. Understanding volunteerism as an altruistic behaviour necessary for personal and community well-being 2. Working towards integration of  Covid-19 and (Non Communicable Diseases )  NCDs in the  life course approach  to make it more inclusive for all age groups 3. Addressing marketing strategies by Big Food, Alcohol & Tobacco that is targeted towards adolescents  4. Prioritising adol

Quit Yet!......Health benefits of Quitting Smoking

For someone who's been into smoking for a longer period of time, it's difficult for them to quit at first attempt. A few days after quitting, your taste buds will kick back in. Enjoy some tasty, healthy treats! But once if you have thought about it, and you realise it's not only affecting your health as well as affecting the health of people surrounded by you. Here are few health benefits one can notice after quitting smoking   Blood pressure and heart rate drop to normal and the blood carbon monoxide level also drops to normal Circulation improves and your lung function increases. Coughing and shortness of breath decrease. Your lungs and airways are more able to handle mucus, clean the lungs, and reduce the risk of infection. Even the risk of coronary heart disease is half that of someone still using tobacco. Also heart attack risk drops slowly Risk of mouth, throat, esophagus, and bladder cancers are reduced by half. Cervical cancer risk falls to that of a non-smoker. Str