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Girls Shine at RGUHS Convocation
New Indian Express

Girls Shine at RGUHS Convocation

BENGALURU: With ten gold medals in her kitty, Dr Nisha B Jain from Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences, Bengaluru, bagged the highest number of medals at the 18th convocation of Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences. Growing up, she was ... New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Women medicos steal glory at RGUHS convocation Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
Ten gold medals for RGUHS topper Bangalore Mirror, 1 month ago

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KIMS felicitate nurses on the occasion of International Nurses Day

:33 am Edited by admin The Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS) felicitated nursing fraternity working in their hospital on the occasion of International Nurses day. Speaking on the occasion, Rajya Vokkaligara Sangha president ...
 This Week Bangalore2 weeks ago
The Hindu

Girl medicos surpass boys in medal tally

BENGALURU: Girls outshone boys at the 18th convocation of the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS), bagging 54 of the 70 gold medals. As many as 29,010 students were conferred degrees. While Dr Nisha B Jain, an MBBS student from ...
 Times of India1 month ago Girls bag 90 of 115 gold medals at RGUHS this year  The Hindu1 month ago

With 10 golds, Nisha wants to work in rural govt hospital

Bengaluru: Nisha B Jain, 23, a Tumakuru-based undergraduate student from Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS), Bengaluru, bagged 10 gold medals with the highest scores in surgery, pathology, MBBS course for lady students, final-year MBBS ...
 Times of India1 month ago Winner of 10 gold medals wants to work in vi...  Times of India1 month ago

Bengaluru bitten: Rain brings back dengue

June hasn't quite arrived, but hospitals across the city are already witnessing a significant number of dengue fever cases. It isn't time to hit the panic button just yet, but with numbers rising across the city, doctors advise caution and ...
 Deccan Chronicle3 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Palike has turned a blind eye to our problems, say residents

BENGALURU: Bilikallu, located near BEL Layout Phase 2, where six-year-old Ramya was attacked, has turned a breeding ground for strays. According to locals, relentless disposal of waste -- especially chicken waste -- has made the area a haven for ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago 6 year-old girl mauled by dog at Byadarahalli  New Indian Express1 week ago 6-year-old girl mauled by 15 stray dogs in Bengaluru  SahiOnline1 week ago 6-year-old girl mauled by dogs  Deccan Herald1 week ago
DNA India

Bengaluru: 6-year-old bitten by pack of 10 stray dogs

Stray dog menace continues in Bengaluru. The latest victim is six-year-old Ramya from Anjana Nagar on Magadi Road. According to the local residents, Ramya along with her friend, was playing in front of her house on Thursday when around 10 stray dogs ...
 DNA India1 week ago 6-Year-Old Girl Attacked, Bit By 10 Stray Dogs in Bengaluru  NDTV1 week ago Dogs maul six-year-old in Bengaluru, parents say garbage dumps are the problem  New Indian Express1 week ago Girl bitten by stray dogs in Bengaluru  The Hindu1 week ago

6-year-old mauled by stray dogs

She was playing with her friend near their house in Anjana Nagar A six-year-old girl was badly injured after being attacked by 10 street dogs near her residence in Anjana Nagar off Magadi Road on Thursday afternoon. The girl was playing with ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

World Nurses Day: When caregivers were taken care of...

Several hospitals in the city organised events to thank nurses and their contribution to healthcare sector on 'World Nurses Day' on Thursday. While a few hospitals felicitated the nurses, others organised entertainment programmes for them. This year's theme ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

A randomized, comparative, open-label study of efficacy and tolerability of alfuzosin, tamsulosin and silodosin in benign prostatic hyperplasia.

OBJECTIVES - Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is a common and progressive disease affecting elderly males, often associated with lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS). α1-blockers are the mainstay in symptomatic therapy of BPH. Because of their ...
 UroToday3 weeks ago
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