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Acute shortage of doctors, nurses ails 6 new AIIMS

Acute shortage of doctors, nurses ails 6 new AIIMS

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: When six new AIIMS-like institutes were set up across the country, it brought smile on many faces for easy accessibility of quality healthcare for which they had to struggle to the hilt. But the reality gives somber scenario as the apex healthcare institutes in Patna, Raipur, Bhopal, Jodhpur, Bhubaneswar and Rishikesh are facing acute shortage of doctors and paramedical staffers.

shortage of doctors,   nurses,   6 new AIIMS,   health institute,   medical care,   health care,   PM Modi,   ,  
Sonakshi <strong>Sinha</strong> happy with response to 'Lingaa'

Sonakshi Sinha happy with response to 'Lingaa'

16 Dec 2014

Mumbai: Actress Sonakshi Sinha is content and happy with the way her Tamil cinematic debut 'Lingaa', starring the phenomenal Rajinikanth, has been received by the audience.

Sonakshi Sinha,   Lingaa,   Tamil Films,   Bollywood,   Tevar,   Rajinikanth,   ,  
Lifestyle linked to changes in brain ageing: Study

Lifestyle linked to changes in brain ageing: Study

17 Dec 2014

London: Making basic lifestyle changes could help to prevent the onset of Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia, according to new analysis by British health charity Age, UK.

lifestyle changes,   dementia,   health,   cognitive decline,   memory loss,   brain,   brain ageing,  
PM meets President in Hospital, enquires about his <strong>health</strong>

PM meets President in Hospital, enquires about his health

16 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday called on President Pranab Mukherjee, who underwent a coronary angioplasty on Saturday at a hospital here, to enquire about his health.

Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   President,   Pranab Mukherjee,   PMO,   Coronary angioplasty,  
'Tevar' an adaptation, not a remake: Director

'Tevar' an adaptation, not a remake: Director

16 Dec 2014

Mumbai: Amit Sharma doesn't like to call his directorial debut "Tevar" a remake. He says that it should be seen as an adaptation of the original film "Okaddu" because it took him months to complete the script.

Amit Sharma,  Tevar,   Okaddu,  Manoj Bajpayee,   Arjun Kapoor,   Sonakshi Sinha,  
No roll-back of excise duty hike on diesel, petrol: Finance Ministry

No roll-back of excise duty hike on diesel, petrol: Finance Ministry

16 Dec 2014

New Delhi: The government on Tuesday said it has no plans to roll-back the recent hike in excise duty on diesel and petrol.

excise duty hike,   diesel,   petrol,   Finance Ministry,   Jayant Sinha,   petroleum,  
I will never join politics: Sonakshi <strong>Sinha</strong>

I will never join politics: Sonakshi Sinha

08 Dec 2014

Jalandhar: Actress Sonakshi Sinha says she likes discussing politics with her actor-politician father Shatrughan Sinha but has no intent of trying her luck in it.  

Sonakshi Sinha,   Shatrughan Sinha,   Narendra Modi,   BJP,   World Kabaddi League,   Arjun Kapoor,   Tevar,   ,  
Do not consume unnecessary antibiotics: Report

Do not consume unnecessary antibiotics: Report

16 Dec 2014

Washington: Contrary to popular mainstream perception, researchers have found that consuming an unnecessary amount of antibiotics could lead to antibiotic resistance, a major public health concern.

Antibiotics,   Resistance,   Public health,   Researchers,   Infections,  
Laws to prevent food, milk adulteration will be made stringent: <strong>Health</strong> Minister

Laws to prevent food, milk adulteration will be made stringent: Health Minister

15 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Laws to prevent food and milk adulteration will be made more stringent and a task force set up to revisit the current legislation has been asked to give its report in 45 days, Health Minister J P Nadda informed Lok Sabha on Monday.

food adulteration,   milk adulteration,   Health Minister,   J P Nadda,   Lok Sabha,   stringent laws for adulteration,   Food Safety and Standards Act,  
Nearly 100 ladies coaches to soon have CCTV cameras

Nearly 100 ladies coaches to soon have CCTV cameras

15 Dec 2014

New Delhi: With a view to strengthen security of women passengers in trains, Railways has decided to install CCTV cameras in about 100 ladies coaches in a few selected trains, Lok Sabha was told on Monday.

Railways,   CCTV cameras,   Lok Sabha,   Minister of State,   Manoj Sinha,   ,  

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