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Treat acid attack, rape victims for free: Delhi govt to hospital

All the government and private hospitals in the national capital have been directed to provide "immediate and free" medical treatment to the victims of acid attack or rape. Special Secretary of the......

Influential medical group in the US to attend PBD 2014

The American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin will attend the Pravasi Bharatiya Divas in Delhi with an agenda to develop a plan to bring together NGOs and the government to provide access......

Ram Singh's death murder or suicide? Autopsy report today

Delhi gang-rape accused Ram Singh’s autopsy will be done on Tuesday at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, clearing all doubts on his death inside Tihar Jail.Ram Singh committed......

J&K acid attack victim to undergo plastic surgery in Delhi

The reputed Kashmiri Pandit surgeon, Dr Sameer Kaul has extended full medical assistance to the 25-year-old woman who received serious facial burns in an acid attack in summer capitalSrinagaron......

AIIMS has answer to cervical cancer

A new discovery by researchers from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi can eliminate 75 per cent of the cervical cancer among women in northern India.They have identified two......

Reservation rocks India's boat

The scenes from the streets of Bombay (Mumbai), Delhi, and other big Indian cities have shocked India. As medical students and young doctors peacefully protested a government initiative to reserve......

Medical students to strike against quota

Students of five leading medical colleges in the New Delhi on Wednesday decided to go on a strike in protest against reservation of seats in elite educational institutions. "At the moment it is an......

Godrej seminar on soy milk benefits

Godrej Industries Ltd's foods division, the manufacturer of Sofit Soymilk, along with the Indian Medical Association and the American Soybean Association, conducted a seminar on the health benefits......

Pill for thought: Sweetheart deals that hurt consumers

Preserving competition in the pharmaceutical sector is sure to make a real difference to people's lives, notes Vaibhav Choukse. India is among the world's fastest-growing pharma markets, accounting......

'Make inspection regime mandatory to prevent car fires'

In less than two months, about half a dozen incidents of vehicle fires have been reported in Delhi and Mumbai alone. Tampering with electrical fittings of a car, subjecting it to improper......

Dope-tainted athletes to be heard

The Indian Olympic Association's Medical and Anti-Doping Commission chairman, Professor Dr Manmohan Singh announced that the commission will summon all the 22 athletes who tested positive during......

Ryder regains consciousness, can't recollect bar attack

New Zealand cricketer Jesse Ryder has regained consciousness and is talking to friends and family as he recovers from an alleged assault in Christchurch earlier this week, his manager said on......

Ryder responding, man arrested for assault

New Zealand cricketer Jesse Ryder's condition was improving and he was responding to medical staff and his family on Friday as police said they had arrested a 20-year-old man in connection with the......

KKR-DC match abandoned due to heavy rain

The Indian Premier League match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Deccan Chargers at the Eden Gardens was abandoned without a ball being bowled after heavy rain, accompanied by thunderstorm,......

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Q. Fasting yoga guru stable in hospital India's yoga guru Swami Ramdev, lying on stage, gets a medical check-up. (Reuters)By ASSOCIATED PRESS Published: Jun 10, 2011 22:28 Updated: Jun 10, 2011 22:28 NEW DELHI: An Indian yoga guru was in stable condition at a hospital on Friday after his health declined on the seventh day of a hunger strike against corruption, his spokesman and the hospital said.Baba Ramdev had lost weight, was dehydrated and had a low pulse rate, so doctors decided to shift him to a hospital from his north Indian ashram in Haridwar, spokesman S.K. Tijarawala
:  A. WHO ASK YOU PUT THESE ON FORUM from 24hour's we r seen these on t v ,These Baba FLAT on 5th day of hunger strike ??? liver probe? kidney probe ?...... more

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Q. How foolish is Negi's claim that 10 coliform per 100 mL drinking water is safe for consumption?
Gquestion:  A. I request you to go through the Standards Guidelines mentioned by BIS for Drinking Water (IS: 10500: 1991). It is clearly mentioned that Coliform...... more

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Q. who is arindam chowdhary>
Jughead:  A. Professor Chaudhuri is the Dean, Centre for Economic Research & Advanced Studies at IIPM (The Indian Institute of Planning & Management,...... more

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Q. WHAT ,IF A PATIENT DIES DUE TO DOCTORS NEGLIGENCY ,WILL BE THE PUNISHMNET ACCORDING TO OUR EXISTING LAW?
Simy :  A. NEGLIGENCE is the opposite of diligence. An act is said to be performed negligently when it is performed without due diligenceThe word negligence...... more

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  Web results for Delhi Medical Association
Modest expectations

All right-thinking Indians will have hoped for high-profile and constructive results from the prime minister's visits abroad. Despite the habitual... ...

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Stolen generation

Shambhu Kumar, 8, quite liked his job as a domestic help in a small town in Assam. He had to mind two children nearly his age, keep an eye on the... ...

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South Asia Intelligence Review, Volume 13, No. 16

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Viral nightmare

Thomas Eric Duncan was no celebrity, but his death on October 8 made headlines all over the world. He became the first patient to be detected with... ...

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