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PM Modi expresses grief over death of former MP CM Babulal Gaur 21.8.2019
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed grief over the demise of former Madhya Pradesh chief minister Babulal Gaur on Wednesday. The 89-year-old BJP leader passed away at a hospital in Bhopal. Modi tweeted, "Shri Babulal Gaur Ji served people for decades. From Jana Sangh days, he worked constantly to strengthen our Party. As Minister and CM of Madhya Pradesh, he undertook many efforts to transform the state. Saddened by his demise. Condolences to his family and supporters. Om Shanti." Taking to Twitter, Union Road Transport and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari recalled the contribution made by Gaur in strengthening the party unit in Madhya Pradesh. Former state chief minister and senior BJP leader Shivraj Singh Chouhan described Gaur as a mentor and a man who fought for the rights of the poor, workers and weaker sections. "From the Goa liberation movement to the emergency period, he fearlessly confronted police lathis. He will remain alive in our hearts as a soldier who fought for ...
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Former MP CM Babulal Gaur passes away at 89 21.8.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The 89-year-old Gaur was admitted to hospital on August 7 in a critical condition after his blood pressure dropped.
MP ex-CM Gaur dies 21.8.2019 Central Chronicle
Bhopal,  Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) stalwart and erstwhile Madhya Pradesh chief minister Babulal Gaur passed away early Wednesday at a city-based hospital following prolonged illness.  He was 89. Confirming the development, BJP state Media In-charge Lokendra Parashar said, “Mr Gaur was experiencing difficulty in breathing.” He adorned the chief ministerial position in 2004 after Ms […]
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Kolkata: Probe ordered into disappearance of eyes from body at morgue 21.8.2019 The Asian Age | Home
The issue had created a commotion at the hospital premises as Sushanta demanded an explanation from the authorities.
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Cancer hospital observes 11th anniversary 21.8.2019 The Assam Tribune
Cancer hospital observes 11th anniversary
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Over 5.80 lakh abortions performed every year in State 21.8.2019 The Assam Tribune
Over 5.80 lakh abortions performed every year in State
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Self-styled reporters detained 21.8.2019 The Assam Tribune
Self-styled reporters detained
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Tea industry may fail to pay 20 pc bonus this year 21.8.2019 The Assam Tribune
Tea industry may fail to pay 20 pc bonus this year
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Eyes missing from body kept in morgue at Kolkata hospital, probe ordered 21.8.2019

Kolkata: The authorities of a state-run hospital here on Tuesday ordered an investigation following a complaint that the eyes of a body kept in the morgue were missing when it was handed over to the family, officials said.

Sambhunath Das, 69, had suffered head injuries after falling on the road on Sunday. He was declared dead on arrival at the RG Kar Medical College and Hospital.

"When the body was handed over to us after the post- mortem examination, we found that my father's eyes were missing. When we enquired, some employees of the morgue said his eyes were gouged out by rats," said Sushanta, the son of the deceased.

He informed the matter in writing to the authorities that set up a three-member panel to look into the matter, hospital officials said.

The issue had created a commotion at the hospital premises as Sushanta demanded an explanation from the authorities on Monday.

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You can seek treatment at home under home health care policy 21.8.2019 DNA
You need to see the terms and conditions of the policy you are covered under for the same
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Mere 1/3 of Dahi Handi pathaks get insured this year 21.8.2019 DNA
According to the insurance company, most of the mandals approached last moment to get the insurance as they wait for sponsors to help them financially to get them insured
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Man held for killing wife's paramour 21.8.2019 PTI: All news
Man held for killing wife's paramour
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Bengaluru: Wet spell leads to rise in dengue cases 21.8.2019
Bengaluru: No let-up in the rain in and around the city over the last few days and puddles of stagnant water have led to a spurt in dengue cases across the city. But the BBMP has failed miserably to curb the menace. It has admitted that there is a jump of nearly 1,000 cases from last month and the total number of cases has crossed 5,000. As per BBMP data, the city has reported 5,224 cases, of which action has been taken against 4,322 cases, while 907 cases are still pending in the core and outer zones of the BBMP. The core zone includes East, South and West of Bengaluru, while the outer zone includes Mahadevapura, Bommanahalli, RR Nagar, Yelahanka and Dasarahalli. The highest increase was seen in the first week of July when 641 cases were reported. Between July 29 and August 4, 618 cases were registered. From 140 cases in April, it has gone up to over 5,000 now. BBMP Chief Health Officer (public health) Dr B.K. Vijendra said, "Even after the patients are treated, they will have a "carrier ...
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Iva’s removal as designated FDA officer ‘violates’ FSS Act 21.8.2019 Goa News – The Navhind Times
Panaji: Divesting Iva Fernandes of her powers by the health department as South Goa designated officer of the Food and Drugs Department (FDA) without citing any reasons could be in violation of the Food Safety and Standards (FSS) Act, 2006. Section 88 of the FSS Act clearly mentions about ‘protection of action taken in good …
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Most Indians feel napping may improve work productivity 21.8.2019 The Shillong Times
A new survey found that most Indians felt napping at work might improve productivity, adding that a nap room could contribute towards better workflow. For the results,, an online sleep solutions start-up, conducted a nation-wide survey to emphasise the importance of sleep wellness in the workplace. The ‘Right to Work Naps’ survey, conducted with […]
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Uprightness Punished 21.8.2019 Editorial – The Navhind Times
By punishing Iva, government is violating provisions of FSSA A complaint has been lodged with the chief executive officer of Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) against health department’s order of divesting Iva Fernandes as South Goa designated officer of state Food and Drugs Administration (FDA). Iva was in limelight after she led …
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Telangana partly clears Arogyasri dues 21.8.2019

Hyderabad: The Telangana state government has disbursed Rs 560 crore to private hospitals and nursing homes as part of the Aarogyasri Healthcare Scheme dues following which the latter have decided to call of the strike.

The Telangana Aarogyasri Hospitals Association and Telangana Super Speciality Hospitals Association have agreed to take in patients from Wednesday.

The amount due from the government to these hospitals is Rs 490 cores.

Health minister Etala Rajender said, “We will release amounts every month to small hospitals so that they can continue the scheme without any pending bills. There is also a necessity felt to review the MoUs which was signed by hospitals in 2007 and 2012.” The load on government hospitals increased as the private hospitals were not admitting patients insisting that the government first clear the dues. For the first time, private hospitals abstained from taking patients for five days at a stretch.

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Hyderabad: Patients forced to share beds at overcrowded OGH 21.8.2019
Hyderabad: The century-old state-run historic Osmania General Hospital (OGH) remains neglected with overcrowded wards. Patients are forced to share beds. Patients sitting on the floor with attendants holding IV drips is a common sight. Patients and their attendants have complained that they have to wait in long queues for undergoing laboratory tests, as the hospital has been facing acute shortage of diagnostic equipment and paramedical staff. One attendant of a patient Sajid Ali stated that one had to wait for over an hour for an X-Ray to be done and added that due to the heavy rush, the staff became tired and irritated. Another person complained that the hospital had asked a female patient to share a bed with a male patient. Beds in the hospital were not sufficient. Medical interns were seen busy with their smart phones while patients were queuing up. He said at nights, stray dogs entered the hospital wards. Attendants of patients and their relatives expressed anger over the poor sanitary conditions in ...
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People dying of dengue, but Govt is adopting a whose father what goes attitude: NCP 20.8.2019 Video News – The Navhind Times
On daily basis there are many cases registered at the Sub district hospital in Chicalim of suspected dengue. The NCP have condemned the death of a 22 year old youth of suspected Dengue. The NCP has come down heavily on the Sub district hospital in Chicalim for its sorry state of affairs. NCP president Jose …
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Veteran music composer Khayyam passes away at 92 20.8.2019 The Assam Tribune
Veteran music composer Khayyam passes away at 92
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