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1 killed in ULFA strike, militant killed in encounter

1 killed in ULFA strike, militant killed in encounter

27 Nov 2014

Lakhimpur/Dibrugarh: ULFA (I) militants on Thursday killed a man and injured two others while another militant was killed in an encounter with police ahead Prime Minister Narendra Modi's two-day visit to Assam on November 29.

United Liberation Front of Assam,   Prime Minister Narendra Modi,   SP P K Bhuyan,   Mridul Gogoi,   Guwahati Medical College Hospital,   ,  
Indian <strong>Medical</strong> Association works out plan to address tribal health issue

Indian Medical Association works out plan to address tribal health issue

25 Nov 2014

Thiruvananthapuram: Taking a serious view of increasing infant deaths and malnutrition reported in Attappady, one of the largest tribal settlements in Kerala, Indian Medical Association has drawn up a detailed action plan to find solution for various health issues by giving special focus on anti-natal care of tribal women.

Indian Medical Association,   Attappady,   tribal health issue,   anti-natal care,   malnutrition,   Department of Radiology,   Thrissur Medical College,   ,  
PM Modi calls for better economy in SAARC, announces immediate <strong>medical</strong> visa for treatment in India

PM Modi calls for better economy in SAARC, announces immediate medical visa for treatment in India

26 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday called for a better economy in SAARC, expressing concern that under 5 percent of the region's global trade takes place between its eight member countries. Modi also promised that India will provide immediate medical visa for the patient and an attendant for treatment in the country.

PM Modi,   better economy in SAARC,   immediate medical visa,   India,   SAARC Summit,   world leaders,   Nepal,  
Modi announces slew of initiatives for SAARC countries

Modi announces slew of initiatives for SAARC countries

26 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: Outlining India's initiatives in key sectors for South Asia, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday made a series of announcements for SAARC countries – from granting business visa for 3-5 years to immediate medical visa -- and assured all possible help to the grouping.

Modi,   initiatives for SAARC countries,   India initiatives in SAARC,   South Asia,   Indian Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   business visa,   medical visa,   18th SAARC summit,   Nepal,  
BJP demands white paper on death of 11 infants

BJP demands white paper on death of 11 infants

19 Nov 2014

Chennai: BJP Tamil Nadu unit president Tamilisai Soundararajan on Wednesday demanded a 'white paper' on the deaths of 11 infants at Dharmapuri Government Medical College Hospital and the resignation of the Health Minister.

BJP,   Government Medical College,   O Panneerselvam,   Tamilisai Soundararajan,   infant deaths,  
NHRC issues notice to Tamil Nadu govt on Dharmapuri infants' death

NHRC issues notice to Tamil Nadu govt on Dharmapuri infants' death

21 Nov 2014

Chennai: Taking suo motu cognisance of media reports on the series of deaths of infants in a Government Hospital in Dharmapuri, National Human Rights Commission on Friday issued a notice to Tamil Nadu government calling for a report within four weeks.

NHRC,   notice,   Tamil Nadu government,   TN govt,   infants deaths,   Government Hospital,   Dharmapuri,   National Human Rights Commission,   report,   medical college hospital,  
Rampal's <strong>medical</strong> examination conducted at Panchkula

Rampal's medical examination conducted at Panchkula

20 Nov 2014

Panchkula: Soon after his arrest, self-styled 'godman' Rampal was taken for a mandatory medical examination here during which his health parameters were found "stable".

Rampal's medical examination,   Panchkula,   Rampal,   self-styled godman,   protest,   clash,  
Maharashtra government is keen to groom youth leaders via <strong>college</strong> elections: Vinod Tawde

Maharashtra government is keen to groom youth leaders via college elections: Vinod Tawde

22 Nov 2014

Mumbai: The Maharashtra government is keen to re-start college elections as they would groom student leaders and help them develop leadership skills, Education Minister Vinod Tawde said here on Saturday.

Maharashtra government,   Education Minister Vinod Tawde,   College elections,   self defence for girls,   leadership skills,   ,  
New device translates words into vibrations for deaf

New device translates words into vibrations for deaf

23 Nov 2014

New York: Scientists have developed a new wearable device that translates spoken words into vibrations -  helping hearing impaired people perceive speech in a completely new way.

Scientists,   spoken words,   hearing impaired people,   perceive speech,   Baylor College of Medicine in Houston ,  
Resident doctors call off strike in Rajasthan

Resident doctors call off strike in Rajasthan

08 Nov 2014

Jaipur: Resident doctors of medical colleges on Friday called off their day-long strike demanding more security following government's assurance that their demands will be met.

Kota hospital,   medical department,   Jaipur Association of resident doctors,   SMS Medical College,   resident doctors,   strike,  

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