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Junior Doctors Protest Against Reservation Bill

...ient Departments (OPDs) for which the patients had already arrived in the hospital in large numbers. Following this the junior doctors visited the opds in group and forced their closure. Dr Neeraj, president of MLN Medical College Junior Doctors' Association said, "The move is in protest against t...

Medico’s Return to Work Bringing Respite to Patient

... with contempt of court that could entail imprisonment if they did not return to work. Rakesh, who had to return Wednesday due to the closure of opds both at AIIMS and Safdarjung Hospital, was happy after receiving treatment Thursday. 'Within half an hour of my arrival at Safdarjung, doctors a...

Mass Leave By Doctors Leaves Patients Helpless

...) has planned to go on a daylong hunger strike without affecting work. On Wednesday, the protesting medicos have called for a complete shutdown of all opds but emergency and casualty services will operate. Students of the Indian Institute of Technology (Delhi) and Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) h...

Medicos In Punjab, Haryana Contemplating 'Drastic Steps'

...t the protests will remain non violent,' he added. Singh said that the opds and parallel opds would remain suspended. But the medicos would not disrupt the critical serv...

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 para...

Medicos visit religious place to drum up support

...t the critical services including ICUs and OTs were maintained by senior faculty. Several patients were treated today by handful of consultants at opds at the institute, officials added. Meanwhile, the GMCH drafted a new schedule to run emergency services. Source:PTI NEWS...

Prime Minister Asks Medicos to End Strike

...s against the Centre's quota-hike proposal continued today even as parallel opds were run by doctors bringing relief to scores of patients facing hardships in the wake of strike by residents. "At the parallel opds the doctors are examining all patients," said Dr. Anand Vineykar of the 'Yo...

Signature Campaign: Striking doctors take to the streets

...ts that listed their demands. Meanwhile, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) appeared geared up to handle the problems faced by patients at opds in several of the city’s hospitals. BMC has utilized the services of d doctors from other medical units, which includes private hospitals and especial...
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