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Delhi government gives nod for construction of <strong>medical</strong> <strong>college</strong> using ‘pre-fabricated structures’

Delhi government gives nod for construction of medical college using ‘pre-fabricated structures’

30 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The Delhi government on Tuesday gave nod for the setting up of medical college to be built using ‘pre-fabricated structures’.

Delhi government,   medical college,   Dr BR Ambedkar Hospital,   Rohini,   medical education ,  
Ten years on, WCL <strong>Medical</strong> Superitendent convicted in graft case

Ten years on, WCL Medical Superitendent convicted in graft case

31 Jul 2014

Nagpur: A Medical Superintendent of Western Coalfields Limited (WCL) has been convicted by a CBI court in Chandrapur district of Maharashtra for allegedly demanding and accepting a bribe of Rs 3,000 from an employee in 2004.

Western Coalfields Limited,   WCL,   CBI court,   CBI,   Prevention of Corruption Act,   1988 ,  
 Belarus keen to partner Telangana in <strong>medical</strong> education

Belarus keen to partner Telangana in medical education

30 Jul 2014

Hyderabad: Belarus has shown keen interest to coordinate efforts with Telangana in the realm of medical education including research, student exchange programmes and also conducting international conferences, the government said.

medical education,   Belarus,   Telangana,   Belarus keen to partner Telangana,   medical education in India,  
West Bengal government takes preventive measures to tackle Japanese encephalitis

West Bengal government takes preventive measures to tackle Japanese encephalitis

26 Jul 2014

Siliguri/ Howrah: The government of West Bengal took preventive measures as three more deaths occurred due to Japanese encephalitis in the state.

West Bengal government,   Japanese encephalitis,   North Bengal Medical College and Hospital,   NBMCH,   Siliguri district ,  
Encephalitis toll 109 in Bengal, intensity coming down

Encephalitis toll 109 in Bengal, intensity coming down

25 Jul 2014

New Delhi: The cases of encephalitis seems to be coming down as in the seven north Bengal districts, only one person has been reported to have died since Wednesday and taking the toll to 109 Thursday.

Encephalitis,   West Bengal Health Services,   North Bengal Medical College Hospital,   Jalpaiguri district,   diseases,  
<strong>Medical</strong> interns on indefinite strike in Madurai

Medical interns on indefinite strike in Madurai

28 Jul 2014

Madurai: About 400 medical Interns at the Government Rajaji Hospital here and Government hospitals in Southern districts on Monday began their indefinite boycott of work demanding an increase in stipend, revised in 2004.

Medical interns,   Government Rajaji Hospital,   MBBS,   PG interns,   Interns' Association,   ,  
Himachal Pradesh government to file FIR against private <strong>medical</strong> <strong>college</strong>

Himachal Pradesh government to file FIR against private medical college

10 Jul 2014

Shimla: Himachal Pradesh government on Wednesday said that stern action would be taken against private medical college if found violating the mentioned norms and not cooperating in inspection drive.

Himachal Pradesh government,   FIR,   Directorate of Medical College,   private medical college,   FIR against private medical college,  
30 patients with cholera symptoms admitted to PHC in Medinipur

30 patients with cholera symptoms admitted to PHC in Medinipur

28 Jul 2014

Medinipur (WB): Thirty people including children with cholera symptoms were admitted to a Primary Health Centre (PHC) and nearby medical camps at Tatar village in West Medinipur district, a medical officer said on Monday.

cholera,   cholera symptoms,   PHC,   Primary Health Centre,   medical camps,  
 Suspected encephalitis toll climbs to 45 in West Bengal

Suspected encephalitis toll climbs to 45 in West Bengal

19 Jul 2014

Siliguri: One more person died of suspected encephalitis here, taking the toll due to the suspected vector-borne disease in West Bengal to 45 in the last 17 days, officials said on Saturday.

encephalitis,   vector-borne disease,   North Bengal Medical College and Hospital,   NBMCH,   School of Tropical Medicine,   STM,   Encephalitis in Jalpaiguri,   Japanese encephalitis syndromes,   encephalitis in West Bengal ,  
Jammu and Kashmir govt revokes license of hospital for negligence

Jammu and Kashmir govt revokes license of hospital for negligence

28 Jul 2014

Jammu: Jammu and Kashmir Government has revoked the license of a prominent private hospital in Jammu and ordered its sealing after an eight-month pregnant woman was allegedly wrongly administered medicine for abortion, leading to the death of her unborn child.

Jammu and Kashmir,   Jammu and Kashmir government,   Minister for Health and Medical Education,   Taj Mohiuddin,  

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