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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 week ago

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JP's story through Chaar Anna, Chawal

Lucknow: Unfolding the story of socialist ideologue and freedom fighter Jai Prakash Narayan's escape from jail during the Quit India Movement, a museum shop named 'Chaar Anna' and a restaurant called 'Chawal' will be part of the JP Museum at set to ...
 Times of India1 month 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 week 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." ...
 Indiatimes2 weeks 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 Herald2 weeks ago

exclusive Blood racket unearthed in top Delhi hospitals amid dengue outbreak

An India Today investigation has exposed a widespread racket of touts who trade blood platelets to meet the soaring demand from dengue and chikungunya patients. Highlights Touts are cashing in on crippling shortages of blood and platelets.
 India Today2 weeks ago

Tribal flees after rape

Ranchi, Sept. 7: A 16-year-old tribal girl, trafficked from Gumla and put to work as a domestic help in New Delhi four months ago, mustered the courage to flee after she was raped by her employer on Monday, managing to alert police and put her ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks 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.com4 weeks ago Delhi govt invokes ESMA against striking nurses  Chandigarh Tribune4 weeks ago Govt nurses on strike: hospital services severely affected  Financial Express4 weeks ago
Times of India

Girl set afire by man for refusing to marry him

A second-year Delhi University student was set afire by her stalker in North West Delhi's Mukundpur after the girl refused to marry him. The girl, 21, is in intensive care unit of Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan (LNJP) Hospital's burns ward with 70% burn ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Woman set on fire in Delhi, 3 arrested  Times of India1 month ago
DNA India

DU student suffers 70% burns as stalker sets her ablaze

A young woman here suffered 70% burns after she was set ablaze by her jilted lover on Saturday night. The woman a resident of North-West Delhi's Bhalaswa Diary area is in a critical but stable condition at the moment. According to sources, the ...
 DNA India1 month ago
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