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AAP allotting rooms to its workers in guest house of medical college: BJP
The Hindu

AAP allotting rooms to its workers in guest house of medical c...

Leader of the Opposition in the Delhi Assembly Vijender Gupta on Saturday claimed that rooms in the guest house of the Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC) were being allotted to Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) ... The Hindu, 1 month ago
Medicos protest govt. order The Hindu, 3 weeks ago

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India Today

Doctors up in arms against Delhi health minister Satyendar Jain

Doctors from Maulana Azad Medical College (MAMC) are strongly against giving up their space to health ministry. 2 Doctors say the health ministry decision will compromise patients' safety and quality healthcare. 3 The faculty from the medical college and ...
 India Today2 months ago MAMC faculty to meet Delhi Health minister  Business Standard2 months ago

Medicos protest Central government order

Medical students of Maulana Azad Medical College, Lady Hardinge Medical College and University College of Medical Sciences have opposed the Centres cancellation of the order transferring Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (at Ram ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

SHOCKING: Selective foeticide rampant in national capital, reveals AIIMS

The posh south Delhi has a dark secret, as an AIIMS study on medico-legal autopsy findings of 238 foetuses and newborns abandoned in the area between 1996-2012 points towards female foeticide in the national capital. The recent study by the premier medical institution also suggested that nearly 35 per cent of the cases in these 17 years were stillborn, 29 per cent were born alive and 36 per cent were born before the period of viability. "Among the live born, death by homicide was more common ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
India Today

What's up doc?

Medicine is a career driven by perseverance, dedication and the will to serve. Know the skills to make it rewarding. Almost every child while growing up is presented with a doctor set and a lab coat. Stethoscope plugged into their ears and ...
 India Today1 month ago

First cut-off list out at colleges across Jammu

For the students who had applied online for admission in undergraduate programmes at the Government Degree Colleges across the Jammu division, the wait was finally over as the first list of cut-off percentage was released today. Nearly 40,000 ...
 Chandigarh Tribune2 months ago
New Indian Express

Date set for Maneka Gandhi hearing

Authorities want unsubstantiated case closed New Delhi: A Special Court has fixed September 26 to consider a CBI report favouring closure of a case lodged against Union Minister Maneka Gandhi and two others for sanctioning Rs 50 lakh grant to a ...
 Link1 week ago Closure Report in Maneka Gandhi's Case to Be Considered on Sept 26  Outlook India2 weeks ago Closure report in Maneka's case to be considered on Sept 26  Times of India2 weeks ago Closure report in Maneka's case on Sept 26  Press Trust of India2 weeks ago

Growing Cancer Risks in India

In a written reply tothe Parliament, Minister ofState forHealth Anupriya Patel said that one outof every eight Indian males and one outof nine Indian females will develop cancer intheir lifetime. He further said that "As per the National Cancer ...
 Sputnik2 weeks ago

Eye hospitals call for mass hepatitis immunisation to stall onset of critical ocular diseases

Leading ophthalmic care providers including Dr. Agarwal's Eye Hospital, LV Prasad Eye Institute, Sankara Eye Hospitals are all concerned over growing eye and vision problems with hepatitis. These hospitals are convinced that only immunisation for ...
 PharmaBiz3 weeks ago
India Today

Hepatitis B and HIV bug may come free with your cool tattoo

A 55-year old US war veteran, who has 25 tattoos on his body, is fighting the life threatening HIV bug, infected through the needles that were used during inking. Individuals may experience no symptoms or just an influenza-like illness, including ...
 India Today4 weeks ago
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