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AIIMS panel can't sack Venugopal: HC

October 18, 2006 10:57 IST

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The Delhi high court on Wednesday ruled that any adverse action like termination of the services of All India Institute of Medical Sciences Director P Venugopal by the premier institute would be subject to the final outcome of the writ petition pending in the matter.

Justice P Anil Kumar, however, permitted the institute to go ahead with its scheduled meeting for Wednesday.

A crucial meeting of the 17-member decision-making body of the AIIMS was scheduled to discuss specific charges against Venugopal relating to "failures and mismanagement" in the functioning of the institute.



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You want to "turn" AIIMS into "another Hopkins and Harvard"? How funny! AIIMS should be restored as AIIMS as envisioned in its charter at the ...


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Sub: minister's attitude

"Individuals don't matter," says the Hor'ble Minister! This attitude is the problem with the Hor'ble Minister: he has no respect for the learned and wise. ...


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It is most unfortunate that a politician with no contribution towards nation is targeting an internationally famous doctor.UPA minister should look at the way medical ...


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