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Chikungunya and politics

At Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan Hospitals fever ward, Devshrees 13-year-old daughter Khushbu has been lying on a bed also occupied by another patient for the last three hours. She is visibly in pain and is waiting for a doctor to announce if she has caught ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago

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Bhubaneswar fire: After SUM incident, it's clear that Indian hospitals are diseased with fire risk

Hospitals in India are no safe havens; as much as those clean white sheets, sanitised needles and phenol-cleaned floors might fool one into believing they are. The recent fire at the SUM Hospital in Bhubaneswar isn't the only incident that validates ...
 Firstpost.com1 week ago

Delhi shivers, hospitals quiver under dengue-chikungunya outbreak

After exposing the black marketing of blood, reality check of the major hospitals in the city by India Today revealed the dismal state of the hospitals. As the patients struggle to find their way inside the hospital, dogs run freely in and around ...
 India Today1 month ago exclusive Blood racket unearthed in top Delhi hospitals amid dengue outbreak  India Today1 month ago

Nurses strike hits hospital services; Delhi invokes ESMA

Services at hospitals in Delhi, Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra were severely affected as government nurses went on a country-wide indefinite strike on Friday, at a time when the capital and many other cities are grappling with rising cases of dengue and chikungunya. The massive protest has been called by the All India Government Nurses Federation and the Delhi Nurses Federation seeking redressal of issues related to pay and allowances. Government hospitals in Delhi, including those run by the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Govt nurses on strike: hospital services severely affected  Financial Express1 month ago Delhi govt invokes ESMA against striking nurses  Chandigarh Tribune1 month ago

Even As Delhi Hospitals Get Flooded With Dengue, Chikangunya Victims, A Mafia Rules Over Blood And Platelet Supply

India Today's shocking expose has revealed the extent of the 'blood mafia' that is thriving in Delhi after wave of wave of patients check in, afflicted with dengue and chikangunya, in what they called one of Delhi's "worst health crises." ...
 Indiatimes1 month ago

Doctors themselves hit by flu

At a time when government hospitals are grappling with the rush of patients with symptoms of chikungunya and dengue, doctors and other medical staff themselves have been hit by flu and are forced to take leave. This has worsened the shortage of medical staff ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

2 killed in car crash

Unsafe roads:Eyewitnesses have told the police that the victims vehicle hit a divider after the driver lost control.Photo: Special Arrangement Three others hurt in accident that happened near ITO junction : Two youths died while three were ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
Indian Express

Three students killed in accident

Three Amity University students died and seven others were injured after the hired car they were travelling in rammed into a tractor on National Highway (NH)-1 in Outer Delhi. The students were going towards Murthal in Haryana from Noida for dinner when the ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Delhi: 3 Amity BTech students killed in car crash, 7 classmates injured  Indian Express1 week ago 3 Amity B.Tech students killed in Delhi car crash  MSN News US1 week ago

Labourer setting up pandal electrocuted

A labourer was electrocuted and six others were injured when a trolley they were standing on touched a high-tension wire in Outer Delhi's Alipur area on Thursday afternoon. The labourers were installing a temporary shed (pandal) at a wedding venue by standing ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Netas indulge in blamegame as Delhi fights Dengue and Chikungunya

As the issue becomes increasingly politicised and accusations are traded on national television, the average Delhi resident suffers debilitating blows from viral fevers, writes Manavi Kapur. For a state as small as Delhi, the problems that the issue of jurisdiction brings are manifold. The civic bodies, led currently by the Bharatiya Janata Party, are trifurcated. The healthcare system falls under the respective region’s Municipal Corporation of Delhi, the state government and the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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