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Emergency landing ho gayi meri: Sunil Grover on the Kapil Sharma episode 27.4.2017 DNA: India
It's one of the most talked about TV show exits. Also, it's been a month since Sunil Grover walked out of Kapil Sharma's comedy show following a mid-air brawl on their way back from a live event in Melbourne. Despite the widely-reported incident had the rumour mills churning furiously, Sunil chooses not to disclose what exactly happened. He only affirms that he won't be returning to The Kapil Sharma Show even though he doesn't believe in holding grudges. He told Mumbai Mirror, "I'm here to work, not to have an argument with somebody and walk out of shows. I just want to make people laugh. Whatever happened was unfortunate, emergency landing ho gayi meri." Grover's unceremonious exit saw three exits by co-stars Ali Asgar, Chandan Prabhakar and Sugandha Mishra, who quit as a show of solidarity. The show ratings have dipped since, with the show dropping out of the top 10 chart for the first time. "Ratings are not in anybody's control. Even I have done a show (Mad in India on Star Plus), where the ratings ...
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You can't pull stents out, regulator tells Abbott, Medtronic 27.4.2017 TOI: India
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Yogi Adityanath government to roll out a new family planning scheme in Uttar Pradesh 26.4.2017 TOI: India
The scheme includes measures like a family planning kit for newly-weds in rural areas, which will include two packs of condoms, a marriage registration form, contraceptive pills and two pregnancy test kits.
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66 buildings abandoned in Aizawl 25.4.2017 The Assam Tribune
66 buildings abandoned in Aizawl
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Delhi doctor who treats poor for free 24.4.2017 TOI: Home
In small-village Kasna, in Greater Noida, where poverty is endemic and a trip to the emergency room can lead to financial ruin, an alternative exists for those in the know.
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Building collapses in Aizawl 24.4.2017 The Assam Tribune
Building collapses in Aizawl
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6 lakh litres of blood wasted in five years due to lack of coordination between blood banks and hospitals 24.4.2017 ET: Healthcare
Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu were among the worst offenders, discarding not just whole blood but even red blood cells and plasma.
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For emergencies, hospital fields paramedics on bikes 24.4.2017 TOI: Cities
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How 6 lakh litres blood were wasted in 5 years 24.4.2017 TOI: Home
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Business jet with Rajasthan Governor on board makes emergency landing at Lucknow airport 23.4.2017 TOI: India
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ECB can help banks, not governments after French vote - Visco 23.4.2017 Sify Finance
By Francesco Canepa
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Safdarjung Hospital to get new emergency block 23.4.2017 DNA: Popular News
Come June and Delhi will have a 500-bed emergency block at Safdarjung Hospital. Touted as one of the country's biggest emergency blocks, it is all set to be functional from June 1. "The work is complete and we are all set to start by June 1. This new ward will come as a relief to the patients who travel from all parts of the country," said Dr AK Rai, Medical Superintendent of Safdarjung Hospital. He added that the building is ready and the procurement process is on. Currently, the hospital has a 50-bed emergency ward which caters to more than 1,000 patients on a regular basis. Officials said the new block is one of the biggest investments with Rs 1,200 crore by the Central government to develop infrastructure in the health sector, which was sanctioned by the Parliament. With the new emergency block coming up, the old (casualty) block will be demolished to make way for a new Mother and Child Block. On most days of the year, doctors attend to more than 6,000 out-patients on an average while the wards are ...
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Bihar hospital turns into battlefield over patient's death, ambulances set afire 22.4.2017 DNA: Recent Columns
Law and order went for a toss in Bihar when Muzaffarpur district turned into a war field as doctors of a government hospital indulged in violent clashes with local villagers, exchanging blows, wielding sticks and hurling stones at each other, on Friday. The clashes started on the intervening night of Thursday and Friday after the death of a patient from Sheohar in the emergency ward of Shri Krishna Medical College and Hospital (SKMCH), a premier government hospital located in Muzaffarpur, about 80 kilometres from state capital Patna. According to sources, initially, the family members of the deceased engaged in a verbal clash with the doctors, following which the medicos physically assaulted them and damaged an ambulance on the premises. In the morning, the deceased’s relatives returned to the hospital with local villagers and also received support from private ambulance drivers, and launched a full-scale attack on the hospital premises. The junior doctors retaliated and set afire at least four ...
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WATCH: Cops caught consuming liquor in police van; probe ordered 21.4.2017 DNA: Popular News
A video purportedly showing trainee policemen from Gujarat consuming liquor in a police van in the Union Territory of Diu has gone viral, prompting the authorities to order an inquiry into the incident. Interestingly, the cops were undergoing training to handle 'emergency situations'. The sale and consumption of liquor is prohibited in Gujarat but not in Diu, which is about 225 km from here. "Over 12 trainee policemen were undergoing training to handle any emergency situation at the Rajkot police headquarters in Mavdi area," Superintendent of Police, Rajkot Rural, Antrip Sood said today. "A video went viral on WhatsApp showing the van parked outside a hotel in Diu and the policemen consuming liquor inside," he said. "After receiving the information based on the video that went viral, we have ordered an inquiry against the policemen. This is a case of indiscipline and action would be taken against them accordingly," Sood said. Deputy Superintendent of Police Shruti Mehta is conducting the inquiry and is ...
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'Escorts vehicles of VIPs won't have blue beacons' 21.4.2017 TOI: Home
It's not just VIPs who will loose the red beacons on their vehicles from May 1, even the vehicles escorting their official cars won't be allowed to use blue beacons. The road transport ministry on Thursday issued draft notification specifying this change.
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I don't use red beacon in my car: Mamata Banerjee 20.4.2017 DNA: Money
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today said she does not use the red beacon in her car. "I don't use the red beacon in my car", Banerjee told reporters at the N S C Bose International Airport here after her return from Bhubaneswar when asked about the Union Cabinet's decision that beacon lights will be removed from all vehicles, except emergency vehicles, like ambulances and fire brigade from May 1. She also said that in West Bengal there was restriction on the use of red beacon on ...
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NDMA conducts its first mock exercise on forest fire in Uttarakhand 20.4.2017 Govt of india: PIB
The National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) conducted a first-of-its-kind State-level mock exercise on forest fire in Uttarakhand toda
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Govt will not reduce security given to VIPs: Venkaiah Naidu 20.4.2017 TOI: India
"With regard to security, it is necessary in the interest of the country because important people have to be protected. Otherwise, there is no preferential treatment," Naidu said. About the Centre's decision to put an end to the VIP culture, he said: "Everybody is a VIP and that is the philosophy of our government."
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Centre bans use of red beacon from May 1 20.4.2017 The Assam Tribune
Centre bans use of red beacon from May 1
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No more ‘lal battis’: Every Indian is a VIP, declares PM Modi 20.4.2017 TOI: Home
PM Narendra Modi informed the Cabinet of the decision on Wednesday after PMO held a detailed meeting last week on options including doing way with the beacon culture submitted by road transport minister Nitin Gadkari after consultation with three other senior Cabinet ministers.
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