The bus, owned by a private tourist company, was carrying 62 passengers. Tourist buses are often leased and used for inter-city commuter traffic in low season.
The AMU conducted its MBBS entrance test on April 11.
Several other pharma companies, which also filed appeals against the Centre’s notification, were not granted a similar relief but have been given “assurance” that no coercive action will be taken against them till the next date of hearing.
While most of the banned FDCs are not approved in many western countries, they have been in use in India.
A gazette notification by Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has banned over 300 medicines of fixed drug combinations.
Having exhausted the Rs 1,600 crore that was initially allocated, the ministry has now asked for Rs 450 crore more.
He called for documentation and adaptation of best practices in the healthcare sector across the country to enable their rapid scaling up for maximum benefit.
The RSBY is flagship scheme of the government which provides cashless health insurance cover to below poverty line families.
The death toll was highest in Gujarat with 382 deaths, followed by Rajasthan and Maharashtra with 375 and 288 respectively.
Data collated by the Health Ministry said that altogether, 1,075 persons have now perished from the disease.
The government said that all the measures were being taken while there was no dearth of medicines.
As swine flu toll climbs to 624, drug controller mulls issuing 10,000 more Schedule X licences.
Telangana and Delhi have the most number of H1N1 cases.
Ebola was ruled out as a cause of death as the patient had not travelled to the affected West African countries, health officials said.
Bill proposes up to3 years’ imprisonment and Rs 5 lakh fine for those who do not conform prescribed norms.