Wednesday, December 1, 2021

Doctors

Reliance Jio to move HC to seek govt intervention to stop vandalism

The miscreants indulging in vandalism have been instigated and aided by vested interests and our business rivals.

Adilabad Collector’s call to action a big hit

Officials of various government departments, members of employees’ organisations, lawyers, voluntary organisations, doctors, conveyed wishes for the New Year to Sikta and presented stationery items.

SATS organising cricket tournament for govt doctors

Nearly 12 teams of doctors drawn from all Government medical colleges will take part in the three-day tournament starting from January 1

Rajinikanth stable, all reports normal

The team of doctors will evaluate him on Sunday afternoon and take a decision on his discharge, said the medical bulletin

Hyderabad: Homemaker’s organs donated after fall in house leaves her brain dead

On December 4, Pavani had a sudden fall in her house and was taken to a local hospital and later shifted to Care Hospitals, Banjara Hills, for treatment.

Organ donation process need to be streamlined: Experts

IML Director and Supreme Court advocate, Mahendrakumar Bajpai said the country needs a central law on uniform definition of death

AIIMS, LNJP doctors wear black ribbon in support of IMA strike call

The IMA is protesting against the Centre's move that allows ayurvedic doctors to perform various general surgeries which as per the doctors, is an assault on the modern medicine science.

92 Assistant Professors selected for teaching hospitals in Telangana

The recruited Assistant Professors, who have to undergo certificate verification process on November 19 at DME office, Koti, will go a long way in addressing the shortage of teaching faculty.

1st in King George’s Medical University: Siamese twins separated

The babies are responding well after surgery that ended early Tuesday. They have been kept under observation.

Rajinikanth says he underwent renal transplant in 2016

The actor said he would announce at the appropriatetime whether he would enter politics or not after consultinghis office bearers of his 'Mandram'.

As 625 doctors die of Covid, IMA constitutes fund to help next of kin

The association has planned to raise money by donations from its members and the public, including the registered institutions.

France ponders new restrictions as cases soar

Among possible new measures for the hardest-hit areas are lengthening existing curfews, full confinement on weekends or all week, and closing non-essential businesses.

Five-year-old boy killed in road mishap in Hyderabad

The victim, Shaik Omar was traveling in a scooter with his uncle, when a Tata Ace auto-trolley hit the scooter

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