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The murky world of medical college inspections
Times of India

The murky world of medical college inspections

Inspection of medical colleges is a serious business. To keep it absolutely fair, the process is done through a random selection of inspectors and colleges to be inspected. At least, that's how it is on paper. However, a look at the inspections this ... Times of India, 1 month ago

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Times of India, 1 week ago

Few takers for body donation

Even though cadaver donation is supposedly "noble" for the purpose of teaching in the medical fraternity, medical students are not driven to register as voluntary donors in their youth for this purpose. "It is sad that not one medical student is registered ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Request for UG Women's Access to MAL Under Consideration: AMU

The Aligarh Muslim University has informed the HRD Ministry that a request by undergraduate girls of the Women's College for access to the central library is under consideration. The HRD Ministry on Nov 11 had sought an explanation from the AMU ...
 Outlook India1 month ago Library controversy: No ban imposed by VC on entry of girls, AMU tells HRD ministry  Siasat Daily1 month ago Request for access to central library under consideration: AMU  Business Standard India1 month ago Women banned from main library at AMU  Qatar Peninsula1 month ago
APN News

USCON: 23rd Annual Conference of Indian Federation of Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology Kick Starts in Delhi

New Delhi: Indian Federation of Ultrasound in Medicine & Biology today inaugurated the 23rd edition of their annual conference USCON XXIII at Maulana Azad Medical College Auditorium. The event was inaugurated by respected Mr. Lov Verma, Union ...
 APN News1 month ago

Baby stolen but LN Hospital security remains lax

Days after a two-month-old child was allegedly stolen from Lok Nayak hospital, recommendations made by a Delhi government committee to inspect security in the hospital are still to be implemented. Sources said several lacunae identified by the ...
 Indian Express1 day ago
Medical News Today

Asbestos: an ongoing challenge to global health

Challenges to global health can evolve from policies and decisions that take years or decades to unfold. An article in the current issue of the Annals of Global Health describes the current state of asbestos use worldwide, a story that began over ...
 Medical News Today6 days ago Asbestos: a Health Hazard  MedIndia1 week ago New article describes current state of asbestos use worldwide  News-Medical.Net1 week ago
The Express Tribune

Sobho Gianchandani passes away in Larkana

Comrad­e Gianch­andani was the first non-Muslim and non-Urdu recipi­ent of the Kamal-e-Fund Award Comrade Sobho Gianchadani. PHOTO: EXPRESS LARKANA: Renowned Sindhi writer and leftist Comrade Sobho Gianchandanipassed away at the age of ...
 The Express Tribune1 week ago
Millennium Post

No clarity over new operation theatre at Guru Nanak Eye Centre

The OT had to be closed following unidentified infection to patients after they underwent surgery at the eye centre. A committee was constituted by the Delhi government to identify the source of infection. The committee found the infection spread ...
 Millennium Post1 week ago Water source at Guru Nanak hospital infected  Indian Express3 weeks ago Guru Nanak Eye Centre opening date unclear  Asian Age2 months ago
The Week

Prejudice in Manu's India

Even today, upper caste Indians practise the sin of treating a fellow being as untouchable. Representational picture Do Indians have the moral right to express outrage over the Ferguson incident? No. None whatsoever. Twentieth century India, ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 week ago India has more specialists, needs general practitioners  Business Standard India1 month ago 'India has more specialists than …  Yahoo! India1 month ago 'India has more specialists than general practitioners'  Chennai Online1 month ago

Priority cornea transplants for Indian patients

Indian patients will now get priority over foreign nationals for cornea transplants in the national capital. An order to this effect was recently issued by the city administration following reports that foreign nationals had been receiving cornea transplants ...
 Asian Age2 weeks ago
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