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News18 Daybreak | PM Modi Rolls Out Ayushman Bharat, Zica Virus in Rajasthan and Other Stories You May Have Missed

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Updated:September 24, 2018, 7:38 AM IST
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News18 Daybreak | PM Modi Rolls Out Ayushman Bharat, Zica Virus in Rajasthan and Other Stories You May Have Missed
File photo of Prime Minister Narendra Modi at the launch of Ayushman Bharat health scheme.
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Ayushman Bharat: Prime Minister Narendra Modi rolled out the ambitious Ayushman Bharat health scheme aimed at providing Rs 5 lakh medical coverage to 50 crore Indians. However, politics over the “biggest health scheme in the world” played out across states on Sunday as five non-NDA ruled states refused to implement the program. Read all you need to know about the Ayushman Bharat scheme only on News18.

Ranchi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi presentS Health Insurance Card to a beneficary during the inauguration of “Pradhan Mantri Jan Aarogya Yojna”, in Ranchi, Sunday, Spet 23, 2018. Union Health Minister JP Nadda, Jharkhand Governor Draupadi Murmu and Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das are also seen. (PTI Photo) Photo Journalist C/o Sen Studio, 15-Purulia Road, Ranchi-834001, Jharkhand Mobile +919939889897 Mail-rajeshkumar.ranchi1@gmail.com (PTI9_23_2018_000199B)

Parrikar stays put: Putting an end to weeks of speculation, BJP chief Amit Shah announced on Sunday that an ailing Manohar Parrikar would continue as the chief minister of Goa. Shah also announced that there would be certain changes in the cabinet and other government departments.

Paying the price: The Karnataka Criminal Investigation Department (CID) filed a fresh chargesheet on Saturday before the Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrate against Ramachandrapura Mutt seer Raghaveshwara Bharathi on charges of rape.However, two officers leading the investigation were transferred with immediate effect after the chargesheet was filed.

Bloody celebrations: Ganpati visarjan celebrations across the country were marked in several places by violence and death. A man was killed in Surat on Sunday after a car driver allegedly went on a stabbing spree following an altercation with people taking a Ganesh idol for immersion. Another youth was killed in Delhi after he was overrun by a cab and his body dragged for some distance by the driver, who was trying to flee after hitting two others with his vehicle.

Zica surfaces: The first case of Zica virus in Rajasthan surfaced after an elderly woman from Jaipur was tested positive for the infection.

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Closer look: India has only one government doctor per 11,000 people. Will the launch on Ayushman Bharat help the medical sector in India? Read News18's detailed analysis of the PM's new scheme.

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