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AIIMS to vaccinate about 300 elderly people to protect them from pneumonia

The All India Institute of Medical Science (AIIMS) is organising a vaccination drive against pneumonia for the elderly people staying in various old age homes in Delhi. It has collaborated with an NGO, Healthy Ageing India for the cause. The event will take place on 25th April at Gandhi Smriti. During this initiative, they will also be screening elderly people against cancer diseases so that their early diagnostic treatment can be initiated at AIIMS. 

PM Modi to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping after Doklam face-off

PM Modi and Chinese President, Xi Jinping will be meeting for an "informal summit" in the Wuhan city of central China on April 27 and 28 after a 73-day military face-off between Indian and Chinese militaries at Doklam. This meeting is a concrete evidence that both the leaders are looking forward to strengthening the relationship between the two countries.




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