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About 15 results for "deen dayal upadhyaya hospital"

Notice to hospital, government on attacked doctor's compensati...

The Delhi High Court has sought response from the city government and Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Hospital (DDU) on the compensation plea of a doctor who sustained injuries when an under-treatment Tihar Jail inmate attacked him with a surgical blade at the ... Prokerala, 2 months ago

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System of online appointments in govt hospitals yet to pick up

With patients from across the country and services stretched to the tipping point, online appointment systems in Delhi hospitals have not worked as well as expected. In June, the Delhi government had introduced an online booking system for 24 ...
 Indian Express1 month ago eGovWatch: System of online appointments in govt hospitals yet to pick up  Express Computer India1 month ago

AT PAR WITH MAINSTREAM

Considered to be one of the oldest methods to cure various physical ailments, physiotherapy has evolved from A simple massage to a complex assortment of therapies, says debameeta bhattacharya THE history of physical therapy or physiotherapy can ...
 The Statesman1 week ago

LG takes stock of 271 night shelters

Governor Najeeb Jung on Wednesday reviewed the status of 271 operational night shelters in the city as the State set up six family shelters. The winter will last another three weeks. Let us continue with our help during this period, Jung said and ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago Six new family night shelters set up in Delhi  Business Standard India2 weeks ago

NHRC Awards Compensation to 2011 Mid-Day Meal Poisoning Victims

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has found negligence on part of concerned public servants in the 2011 mid-day meal poisoning case in the national capital in which 44 girl students were taken ill, and directed Delhi government to pay Rs ...
 Outlook India2 weeks ago

BANKS AND TELCOS IN TALKS ON TIE-UPS FOR PAYMENT BANKS

MUMBAI/NEW DELHI: Banks and telecom companies are among those looking to be joint stakeholders in the institutions that the Reserve Bank of India envisages as playing a critical role in the country's financial inclusion project. On Thursday, RBI ...
 IPA Newspack.com4 weeks ago
NDTV

Vajpayee: An Enduring Paradox of Indian Politics

New Delhi : The poet-politician, the man who made India a declared nuclear state and almost went to war with Pakistan before making a dramatic gesture for peace, the Nehru of the Right - these are the many shades that make Atal Bihari Vajpayee an ...
 NDTV1 month ago

A pipeline full of good safety ideas

In December 2012, the Delhi High Court took up the December 16 gangrape case suo motu and issued a slew of directions to government agencies for protection of women and for aiding victims of violent crimes. In May 2013, a new PIL was filed by ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
Business Standard India

Nikhil Inamdar: De-politicizing our public spaces

Vociferous protests erupted in the Rajya Sabha last week over the rechristening of Hyderabad domestic airport. The Congress party disrupted the house to oppose a section of the airport being renamed as N.T. Rama Rao Domestic Terminal, accusing the ...
 Business Standard India2 months ago
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