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This is to mark the 6th year of TMC in power.
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'Either recite Quran verses or be marked absent' is the rule.
"The worst kind of assault that a patient’s family can do to a doctor."
Soaps, linen, curtains, gowns, etc.
The family members of a patient went on a rampage.
The whole thing was recorded on CCTV.
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Medical apathy at its worst.
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The Delhi police on Thursday raided a hospital in the national capital’s south-east area and arrested six people including two women for their alleged involvement in a kidney trade racket. Police ra...
In their book Dissenting Diagnosis, doctors and activists Abhay Shukla and Arun Gadre give us a chilling inside account of widespread malpractices afflicting the healthcare industry. The nexus between corporate hospitals, pharma companies and doctors has increased the risks and costs of healthcare to such an extent that millions of middle -class Indians descend into poverty when they fall sick.
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India has become the third country in the world where a simple Google search will throw up extensive information on more than 400 illnesses or health conditions such as tuberculosis, malaria or cardia...
Four Indian nuns were among 16 people killed in strife-torn Yemen's Aden city today when a group of terrorists stormed an elderly care home run by Kolkata-based Missionaries of Charity, handcuffed the...
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NEW DELHI -- A doctor at a hospital in India's capital, New Delhi, was recently tracking a wall of monitors displaying the vital signs of intensive care patients admitted hundreds of miles away when r...
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MUMBAI -- A Congress Corporator in Mumbai, Parminder Bhamra, wants Mumbai civic body to use cow urine to sanitise hospitals across the metropolis. Bhamra has said cow urine has ‘germ-killing’ property...
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While British colonialism was clearly not carried out with the agenda of 'welfare for the colonized', the current state of affairs in India (and even in Pakistan and Bangladesh) makes one wonder whether, as was often said during the 2011 anti-corruption movement, 1947 marked only a banal replacement of one set of repulsive administrators with another; and whether the behaviour specifically attributed to the 'cunning British' is just a characteristic of the general human race itself, later manifesting itself in Indian politicians.
India faces an urgent need to fix its basic health concerns in the areas of communicable diseases, maternal and infant mortality. In addition, the nation faces the burden of chronic non-communicable diseases (NCDs). The panacea could be a three-dimensional talent funneling process, resulting in the availability of an adequate resource pool for healthcare and, finally, better health for the nation's populace. Let me term this the A2S System.