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Police Recover Remains of Fetuses from Haryana Maternity Home

Police have recovered the remains of fetuses from a maternity home in Haryana today. The burnt fetuses were unearthed from Pataudi village after police received complaints from locals. The police have registered a case and are in the look out for the owner of the clinic who is abs...

Medicos Call Off Strike In Punjab, Haryana And Chandigarh

Medicos across Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh tonight called off their nearly fortnight-long strike against Centre's move to reserve seats for OBCs in elite educational institutions. // A decision to this effect was taken at the general body meeting of Association of Resident Doctors of the ...

Medicos In Punjab, Haryana Contemplating 'Drastic Steps'

Medicos in Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh, who are agitating against hike in quotas in elite educational institutions // , said they were contemplating 'drastic steps' to draw the Centre's attention to the issue, as health services in the region today remained crippled causing immense hardships to ...

Anti-HIV drive intensified in Haryana

The Harayana government has established 22 Integrated Counselling and Testing Centres at Government General Hospitals and Community Health Centres in the state// in compliance with the Indian Public Health Standards (IPHS), draft guidelines for the National AIDS Control Programme and with the aim t...

Fresh Polio Cases Reported from Chandigarh, Haryana

Chandigarh has reported a case of polio, described by health officials as the first such case that has come to light in the union territory in the last four years.// Adjoining Haryana too has reported three polio cases - two in Sonepat district and one in Faridabad. One polio case was report...

Cola and Pepsi May Face a Ban in Haryana

Close on the heels of a ban on Coke and Pepsi by the Kerala Government, the Health Department of Haryana has decided to follow suit, by putting forth a proposal to stop the sale// and production of 11 varieties of drinks under the Coke and Pepsi brand. Top brass in the companies are very unhapp...

OPDs stopped, health services crippled in Punjab, Haryana

Health services in Punjab and Haryana were paralysed today as doctors of both state-run and and private hospitals// stopped the OPDs in the wake of a 'medical bandh' called by the Indian Medical Association to protest the Centre's reservation proposal. "All OPDs, including parallel ones run by...

Rs 749 Crore To Be Spent On Rural Health Mission In Haryana

A sum of Rs 749 crore would be spent in Haryana for implementation of National Rural Health Mission upto the year 2010 in order to reduce infant mortality rate// in the state, Chief Minister Bhupinder SIngh Hooda said today. Addressing a Nav Nirman Rally organised by President of All India Khet...

Doctor Jailed For Abortion Racket In Haryana

Dr Anil Sabani and his assistant Kartar Singh have been sentenced to two years in jail for revealing the sex of a fetus and then agreeing to abort it if it was female.// This is the first time that any medical practitioner has been jailed for carrying out illegal fetus determination tests and abort...

Minor Improvement In Child Sex Ratio In Haryana

The Haryana government claimed Monday that there was a minor improvement in the child sex ratio in the state, which had earlier recorded the lowest figure in the country. Latest reports suggested that the sex ratio in the 0-6 // years age group was now at 822 females per thousand males, direct...

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