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Major News and Events of 07 June 2017

What Happened on 07 June 2017

Health Minister launches 'Skills for Life, Save a Life' initiative

According to reports, Union Minister J P Nadda has launched - Skill for Life, Save a Life Initiative in New Delhi to promote skill development in the health sector. The initiative aims to upscale the quality and quantity of trained professionals in the healthcare system. This will provide employment to youth in the health sector.

The report states that, under this initiative, various courses are planned in specific competencies for healthcare professionals as well as for general public.

Six farmers killed in Madhya Pradesh agitation

According to reports from Madhya Pradesh, six persons have died and two were injured in violent incidents during farmers agitation in Pipaliamandia, Mandsaur district. The district administration has stated that the firing was not done by the police.

Reports state that the state government has made elaborate security arrangements for today as a statewide bandh call has been made by farmers organisations and opposition parties.

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