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Rahul, i went there yesterday and met one dr latika and dr bedi. though she claimed she is an ayurvedic doctor she didnt know about basic ayurvedic medicines. moreover, they did not look like a couple of doctors to me.men were sitting on the floor packing capsules. the whole set up did not inspire any confidence. please tell your experience in detail . people are gullible, more so, when they are lured with quick fix solutions promising no diet, no exercise. but, as responsible citizens, we must make sure that cheats are exposed and punished.

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Asked by pradyumn joshi, 24 Aug '12 06:00 am
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It is astonishing fact that second person in India would claim to know medicine for some or the other disease Some really know a special medicine for some special physical which they cure, but they did not tell it to the posterity and the knowledge, thus, is lost with them.

But people like you mentioned are doing the business in almost every village in India, without having any degree. In Bombay when a poor man told me that he getting medicine every week for about 500 rupees for a common problem, and showed me the prescription, it was amazing that the degrees mentioned in it were never heard before.
Answered by Om Shrivastava, 24 Aug '12 06:25 am

 
  
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Everyone in India is doing Fraud, Scam or Ghapla. Everyone has 10 IDs and several Be-Naami Properties. You cannot trust anyone.
Answered by MAHARISHI Lutera, 24 Aug '12 06:05 am

 
  
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Sure. cheats must be exposed and punished.
Answered by girish thakur, 24 Aug '12 06:06 am

 
  
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Fine.good intention.
Answered by peeping tom, 01 Sep '12 08:21 pm

 
  
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Yes,indeed
Answered by anil garg, 24 Aug '12 09:37 am

 
  
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I agree!
Answered by tarannum, 24 Aug '12 07:16 am

 
  
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