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Cutting-Edge: Five Hospitals in UK Go On a Resizing Rampage

...ly 480 positions in the Hospital will be under the axe following orders to avoid loss of seven per cent in annual turnover. The Royal Free Hospital NHS Trust has expressed its motive of ensuring that lay-offs will be kept to a minimum. New Cross hospital in Wolverhampton will obliterate nearly 300 jobs...

Madhya Pradesh To Concentrate On Better Rural Hygiene

... their homes within a year of being elected. The axe has already fallen upon Mangobai, president of the Chandankheda panchayat, who was removed from her post for failing to construct a toilet at her home, disqualifying her to remain in office as per the provisions of the act. So far, only 76,114 of ...

Health Trusts Hit Hard by Dental Contract

...o fill the gap created by the dental contract, the axe will be swinging over so called ‘soft targets’ such as sexual health treatment, alcohol services and immunisation. With sexually transmitted diseases and alcohol abuse in young people on the rise, this is not a shortcut we can afford to take. "The ...

Execution by Lethal Injection Questioned

...ame relationship to medicine that an executioner's axe has to surgery.” BIN/...

Kashmir University Stops Construction to Save Chinar Trees

...e the campus to save a dozen chinar trees from the axe following student protests . Vice Chancellor Abdul Wahid Qureshi halted the construction inside the chinar studded Naseem Bagh campus here. Hundreds of students had launched an aggressive campaign to draw public attention to the possibility of ch...

Indian Government Asks the Supreme Court to Keep Off Environmental Issues

... the mandarins while dealing with experts who have axe to grind, it is pointed out. In fact the growing Naxalism in certain forest tracts is often directed against the disenfranchisement of forest-dependent population by overbearing forest officials, critics say. But the ministry seems convinced to t...

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