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Ensure Social Distancing, Limit Number Of People In Rallies: Healthcare Experts To Poll-bound States

Ensure Social Distancing, Limit Number Of People In Rallies: Healthcare Experts To Poll-bound States

08 January 2022

Healthcare experts cautioned that any violations of rules at this critical time can have severe repercussions in view of the current COVID-19 situation in the country.

West Bengal CM Banerjee Claims To Have Inaugurated CNCI Cancer Hospital Before PM Modi

West Bengal CM Banerjee Claims To Have Inaugurated CNCI Cancer Hospital Before PM Modi

07 January 2022

'The state has funded 25 per cent of the project cost and is still carrying out the recurring expenses in the facility at Rajarhat' : CM Banerjee said.


Covid-19: Precautionary Dose Will Be Similar To First Two Doses, Says Centre

Covid-19: The same vaccine which was administered as first two doses would be given administered as a precaution dose to healthcare and frontline workers,...

Patnaik launches air health services for remote tribal districts

Patnaik launches air health services for remote tribal districts

12 January 2022

Odisha’s Health and Family Welfare Minister N K Das said specialist doctors required for the treatment of critical patients admitted to various district...


Naveen Patnaik: Alumni Of SCB Are Ambassadors Of Odisha In Every Corner Of The World

Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Saturday said the service rendered to humanity by SCB Medical College Hospital in Cuttack is unparalleled and its...

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18 January 2022
Arvind Kejriwal: Why Free Treatment Ok For Ministers, Not For Masses

Arvind Kejriwal: Why Free Treatment Ok For Ministers, Not For Masses

Taking a dig at his political rivals over their "freebie" remarks, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has asked why it is fine for ministers to get free...


18 January 2022
Arvind Kejriwal: Why Free Treatment Ok For Ministers, Not For Masses

Arvind Kejriwal: Why Free Treatment Ok For Ministers, Not For Masses

Taking a dig at his political rivals over their "freebie" remarks, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has asked why it is fine for ministers to get free...


19 October 2021
Rajasthan Govt Cancels Leave Of Healthcare Workers To Amplify Dengue Mitigation Campaign

Rajasthan Govt Cancels Leave Of Healthcare Workers To Amplify Dengue Mitigation Campaign

Health Minister Raghu Sharma asked the officials to conduct a 'Dengue Mukt Rajasthan' campaign from October 20 to November 3 to keep a check on the outbreak of...


11 January 2022
Angels And Demons: Growing Up In Bihar With Fantastical Tales Of Djinns And River Ghosts

Angels And Demons: Growing Up In Bihar With Fantastical Tales Of Djinns And River Ghosts

In circulation for centuries, such hair-raising stories were an integral part of the state’s oral literary tradition.


10 January 2022
Covid-19: India Logs 34,403 New Cases As Infections Rise At Steady Pace

Covid-19: India Logs 34,403 New Cases As Infections Rise At Steady Pace

For the past 10 days, the number of cases reported daily has fluctuated between 43k-25k. On 6th September, 31,222 fresh cases were reported which then...


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10 January 2022
The Pharma IPO Boom Continues. Which Ones Will Stand Out?

The Pharma IPO Boom Continues. Which Ones Will Stand Out?

Despite the muted response to Vijaya Diagnostics IPO, the broader boom is likely to continue on the back of improved financials and the potential of the...


10 January 2022
How New-Age Solutions In Healthcare Empowered Us?

How New-Age Solutions In Healthcare Empowered Us?

There has been an adoption of digital solutions to avail healthcare services, increase capacity, efficiency and aid better clinical outcomes for patients.


11 January 2022
'A Lot Is In Your Hands, More Likely In Your Head'

'A Lot Is In Your Hands, More Likely In Your Head'

Ever heard of gestational diabetes? Better read this before you run for the Miss Couch Potato award.


10 January 2022
Growth Trajectory Of Fertility Segment In India

Growth Trajectory Of Fertility Segment In India

Since last one decade, there has been a markedly increasing trend of infertile couples and Fertility services providers throughout India.


11 January 2022
Kerala Health Minister Announces  Child Care Training In Advance To Cope With The Third Wave Better

Kerala Health Minister Announces Child Care Training In Advance To Cope With The Third Wave Better

The three-day long first phase of the programme has commenced at Thiruvananthapuram Medical College S A T hospital.


11 January 2022
Death Diary

Death Diary

Is death like sleep? From which we arise to an eternal life of the spirit? Is the body a mere prison? As familiar people vanished one by one, the simple...


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11 January 2022
Fixing The Health Of Health Infrastructure

Fixing The Health Of Health Infrastructure

A robust system has to be put in place where the voice of science is by default heard and respected above the diversions like elections or the sacred Kumbh.


11 January 2022
Meet A Young Change Maker From Tonk

Meet A Young Change Maker From Tonk

17-year old Ravina Bairwa is a grassroots champion who hopes the second wave of COVID-19 will not deny rural girls their health rights


11 January 2022
Delhi Govt Announces Rs 1,051 Crore To Pay Salaries Of Healthcare Workers

Delhi Govt Announces Rs 1,051 Crore To Pay Salaries Of Healthcare Workers

Doctors and other employees of the civic bodies are not getting their salaries due to 'mismanagement and corruption in MCD (municipal corporations of Delhi)',...


11 January 2022
Reducing Early Pregnancy Key to Safe Motherhood

Reducing Early Pregnancy Key to Safe Motherhood

On International Mothers’ Day, let's look at the adverse impact of motherhood on adolescent wellbeing


11 January 2022
Himachal Govt To Rope In MBBS Students In Fight Against Covid, Meagre Pay Irks Docs

Himachal Govt To Rope In MBBS Students In Fight Against Covid, Meagre Pay Irks Docs

The medical students are irked over the meagre remuneration of Rs 3,000 per month fixed for the contractual doctors, junior and senior resident doctors, and...


11 January 2022
We’ve Wasted Crucial Time, But We Can Still Save Some Lives

We’ve Wasted Crucial Time, But We Can Still Save Some Lives

A lot of the immense suffering could have been averted if the government had got its priorities right.


11 January 2022
Right To Life: Dead In India?

Right To Life: Dead In India?

Constitution and national health policies should have been the guiding philosophy for leaders and planners. But did we even read them?


19 January 2022
Did You WASH Your Hands Today?

Did You WASH Your Hands Today?

Handwashing with soap can prevent thousands of children under 5 from dying needlessly. Here’s how you can help


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Opinion

Ensure Social Distancing, Limit Number Of People In Rallies: Healthcare Experts To Poll-bound States

Ensure Social Distancing, Limit Number Of People In Rallies: Healthcare Experts To Poll-bound States

Healthcare experts cautioned that any violations of rules at this critical time can have severe repercussions in view of the current COVID-19 situation in the country.

08 January 2022
West Bengal CM Banerjee Claims To Have Inaugurated CNCI Cancer Hospital Before PM Modi

West Bengal CM Banerjee Claims To Have Inaugurated CNCI Cancer Hospital Before PM Modi

'The state has funded 25 per cent of the project cost and is still carrying out the recurring expenses in the facility at Rajarhat' : CM Banerjee said.

07 January 2022
Covid-19: Precautionary Dose Will Be Similar To First Two Doses, Says Centre

Covid-19: Precautionary Dose Will Be Similar To First Two Doses, Says Centre

Covid-19: The same vaccine which was administered as first two doses would be given administered as a precaution dose to healthcare and frontline workers, besides the elderly suffering from co-morbidities, said the Centre.

06 January 2022
Patnaik launches air health services for remote tribal districts

Patnaik launches air health services for remote tribal districts

Odisha’s Health and Family Welfare Minister N K Das said specialist doctors required for the treatment of critical patients admitted to various district headquarters hospitals (DHHs), will go to the remote districts to treat patients.

12 January 2022
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