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Bengal Junior Medicos Strike Work to Protest Violence

...orities held a closed-door meeting with the junior medicos to restore normalcy. Protesting frequent mob attacks on doctors, Indian Medical Association (IMA) vice-president Santanu Sen said no doctor, senior or junior, would let a patient die in front of his eyes. "We don't do it intentionally but the pat...

Delhi Police, Home Guards to Guard LNGP

...egi had a two-hour interaction with the protesting medicos late Thursday evening. "We had a prolonged discu...ion in which I finalised the security measures for medicos in the hospital. "Police personnel would also be deployed in the emergency ward, which is often th...

Six Medicos in Libyan HIV Case Plead Not Guilty

...ive Bulgarian nurses and a Palestinian doctor, the medicos pleaded not guilty//. They also claimed that they ...ured brutally to give false testimonies. The six medicos were sentenced to jail in 1999 when they were accused of starting an HIV epidemic in a hospital in B...

British Medical Association Plans Collaboration With India

...A would try to reduce the price and fee for Indian medicos to avail of the British Medical Journal and clinical evidence journals. She expressed hope that India's medical science would rule the roost in the world in next two to three decades. "I strongly feel that 20 to 30 years down the line India will be...

British Medical Association Plans Collaboration With India

...A would try to reduce the price and fee for Indian medicos to avail of the British Medical Journal and clinical evidence journals. She expressed hope that India's medical science would rule the roost in the world in next two to three decades. "I strongly feel that 20 to 30 years down the line India will be ...

More AIIMS Doctors Joining Hunger Strike Again

...n Lok Sabha on Thursday intensified with five more medicos joining on an indefinite hunger strike - Dr Anil Sharma, spokesman of the AIIMS Resident Doctors' Association, said. 'But the doctors would continue attending duty and services at AIIMS.' – Dr Sharma said. However, AIIMS officials have banned any ...

Veils Banned to Muslim medicos in Birmingham Hospital

...tain, Birmingham city hospitals have banned Muslim medicos from donning full-face veils//. Birmingham University School of Medicine has passed this ban on wearing of a full-face veil by Muslim women in an attempt to "help to aid good communications" between Muslim medical students, their colleagues and pat...

AIIMS Student Dies of Dengue Fever

...porters earlier. At least 17 people including 12 medicos and five employees of the AIIMS have tested positive for dengue so far. Earlier in the week, a 17-year-old girl succumbed to the deadly fever while undergoing treatment at the institute. AIIMS authorities admitted that the situation in the campus...

Junior Doctors Protest Against Reservation Bill

...r the police crack down on Tuesday in New Delhi on medicos and other students who protested against the government move, members of the JDA came together near the emergency wing of Swaroop Rani Nehru (SRN) Hospital on Wednesday morning, raising slogans against the Union Government. They planned to shut down ...

Madhya Pradesh Doctors Demand HIV Kits

...nd an apex court judgement in this regard prevents medicos from forcing a person to undergo the blood test for checking for HIV as long as he or she is not willing," V P Pandey of M Y Government Hospital said. Rai said earlier too, various persons were exposed to HIV during such incidents in the absence of ...

Medicos Form Human Chain as Part of Quota Protests

...he medical college and hospital, police said. The medicos later held a meeting to finalise their action plan to protest the quota bill, which is likely to be placed in the monsoon session of Parliament, a 'Youth for Equality' spokesman said. Police said traffic in the area was affected by the protests. So...

Supreme Court's Order is a Vindication of Our Stand: AIIMS Medicos

...d L.S. Panta, however, clarified that the striking medicos will get salary for the period of May 14-30, till ...at the ministry would pay salaries to the striking medicos "only if the court directs them to do so". (Source: IANS)...

Doctors to Get Pay for Limited Strike Period : Supreme Court

...and Justice L S Panta, however, clarified that the medicos will get salary only from May 14 to 30, the day th... court had asked them to resume their duties. The medicos had sought salary of period beginning May 14 to June 3. The court observed that "As a matter of law...

Medical Student Admitted To Hospital After Ragging

...ical admissions now taking place ragging by senior medicos is not unusual although most states have banned it and it is considered to be a punishable offence. Ragging is a time old practise in medical colleges. Source:PTI News...

Junior Doctors In Madhya Pradesh Strike Work

...pal's removal as "arbitrary and inappropriate" the medicos said the strike was "symbolic and we have no intention to cause any hardship to the patients". In Indore, the strike affected patients at the state's biggest M Y Hospital as many of them were unaware of the stir by the junior doctors. Junior Doctor...

IIT Kanpur Students, Medicos Protest Against Ramadoss

...ainst the reservation policy of the Centre and the medicos of GSVMC have threatened to intensify their agitation after consulting the students of other medical colleges in the state. Source:PTI News...

Government Pulled up for Denying Pay to Striking Medicos

...sday criticised the central government for denying medicos salaries for the period they were on strike in May protesting quotas//in higher educational institutions, and asked it to be a "model employer". Conveying its displeasure over the attitude of the government, a bench of judges Arijit Pasayat and Lok...

Goa To Introduce Bond For Medicos

...ne said. Goa's Chief Secretary J P Singh said the medicos would be taken on a contract basis for five years and the government was thinking of allowing them to do private practice also during this period. Source:PTI News...

Neurologists Call For National Stroke Prevention Policy

...n policy. // On the eve of World Stroke Day, the medicos also sought to bust popular myths about strokes -- widely and wrongly believed to be related to the heart and not the brain. "Unlike heart attacks, people know very little about strokes. It is still believed that strokes are related to the heart .....

Junior Doctors Back To Work

...e DHBs. Now the added problem for the returning medicos is to be able to cope with the backlog work, that the health authorities want them to clear. Patients stayed away from the hospitals during the days of strike and this helped to cope with the situation said Anne Aitcheson, DHBs' National Coordinat...

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