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Funds Increased for Treating Bhopal Gas Victims

Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh will spend Rs.30 million per annum for the treatment of cancer patients afflicted with the disease after the Bhopal gas tragedy// - over four times the amount it spends at present. This would be effective from the coming fiscal (2007-08). "The existing fund of Rs...

Children of Bhopal Gas Victims Suffer from Deformity

Medical research is desperately needed, especially into the possible genetic and reproductive after effects, of the lethal gas leak in Bhopal exactly// 22 years ago that killed more than 3,000 people instantly and thousands more in subsequent years. Despite the neurological, hormonal and ment...

Six More Bhopal Gas Tragedy Continues to Take Toll

Bhopal, June 6. Twenty years on and the Bhopal Gas Tragedy continues to haunt the public of Bhopal. Today it was reported that there were six more victims dead from the 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy //. Doctors at a hospital that was set up here to treat the affected people are being accused of ...

State Govt To Provide Safe Drinking Water To Bhopal Gas Victims

The government of Madhya Pradesh announced on Saturday a scheme that would provide safe drinking water to the victims of 1984 Bhopal gas tragedy//. The announcement came a day after the Bollywood star Aamir Khan offered his support to the gas victims. Minister for Gas Relief Babulal Gaur told IA...

Doctors Resign from Hospital for Bhopal Gas Victims

Bhopal: The 21st anniversary of the Bhopal gas leak tragedy was on Saturday 30 doctors of the Bhopal Memorial Hospital and Research Center resigned. The doctors wanted a pay hike. The hospital gets around // 1,000 victims visit for treatment daily. Run by a trust, the BMHRC was set up as a s...

500 People Affected by Gas Leak Near Bhopal

Nearly 500 people complained of burning eyes and nausea in Madhya Pradesh Sunday after allegedly inhaling toxic gas, the source of which remains unknown//. "Around 200 people in Kirat Nagar, Mendua and Nayapara Tola villages complained of vomiting and burning sensation in their eyes perhaps af...

Indian and Pakistani-origin Scots More Likely to Suffer Heart Attacks

... Indians and Pakistani origin Scots are more likely to suffer heart attacks, according to a new study. The study led by Dr Raj bhopal and Colin Fischbacher at the University of Edinburgh, however, noted that they are more likely to survive this trauma in comparison to their non-Asian...

Madhya Pradesh may Ban Sale of Vibrating Condom

...Condoms are used for family planning. When they are used for pleasure with devices like vibrators, they become sex toys. "Some students from a bhopal institute complained to me a week ago about the abundant availability of sex toys. I have taken up the matter with Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouha...

Minister from MP Urges to Ban the Sale of Sex Toys

...Condoms are used for family planning. When they are used for pleasure with devices like vibrators, they become sex toys. "Some students from a bhopal institute complained to me a week ago about the abundant availability of sex toys. I have taken up the matter with Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouha...

Sweltering Heat in Madhya Pradesh Claims Fifteen Lives

...to be the hottest at 48 degrees. Among other places, it touched 45.5 degrees in Khajuraho, 45.1 degrees in Chhatarpur, 44.8 in Gwalior and in bhopal it was 40.1 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature came down to around 40 degrees in Bhopal, Indore and Jabalpur bringing some respite to p...

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Bhopal in Biological Technology

Kendle Hires Satish Tripathi, PhD, RAC as Vice President, Global Regulatory and Quality

...asis on oncology and pulmonary products. Dr. Tripathi earned his doctorate from the University of Glasgow in Scotland, his Master of Philosophy from bhopal University in India and bachelor's and master's degrees from Jiwaji University at Gwalior, India. His post-doctoral fellowships include the Massachuse...
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