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Talks were ongoing for speedy resolution before Mamata Banerjee threatened medical fraternity, decisions for safety of doctors were taken

Mamata Banerjee escalated the ongoing crisis in West Bengal by blaming 'outsiders' and the BJP for the series of protests by medical professionals in the state.

Mamata can sit on dharna for her chamcha police officer, but not for doctors? Protesting doctor questions Mamata

Doctors from all over India are now joining the protest expressing solidarity with their colleagues

West Bengal: Doctors across the country, including her own nephew, protest against Mamata Banerjee government in solidarity with the striking doctors

Mamata Banerjee's nephew Dr Abesh Banerjee has also joined the protests against Mamata government in solidarity with the protesting doctors

West Bengal: Protesting doctors defy Mamata’s ultimatum, to continue strike till demands are met

Mamata Banerjee had warned strict action if doctors don't end the strike within 4 hours, but doctors have decided defy her

“Policemen die in the line of duty but the police don’t go on a strike”, Mamata Banerjee on doctors strike in West Bengal

The doctors' strike in West Bengal has been backed by the doctors in Hyderabad and Delhi who are demanding stringent action against the culprits and safety of doctors.

Mamata blames ‘outsiders’, ‘BJP Conspiracy’ for Doctors’ protest; doctors and interns do not wish to work for ‘mad dictator’

The chain of events that have been initiated in West Bengal since Monday night is truly unprecedented in the recent history of the state.

While West Bengal burns, Rahul Kanwal conducts a jolly interview with newly elected Trinamool MP Mimi Chakraborty

Mimi Chakraborty, the newly elected Trinamool MP from the Jadavpur Lok Sabha Constituency, appeared on India Today on Wednesday.

West Bengal: After NRS hospital, students at Burdwan Medical College and Hospital attacked by mob, police again mute spectators

Stones were pelted at students and interns of the Burdwan Medical College and Hospital (BMCH) as a consequence of which four students have been injured.

Leftist organizations push for draconian bill that may kill Karnataka’s healthcare sector

NGO's get together to ruin the private healthcare sector in Karnataka

Karnataka Doctors shouting for help but Indian MSM cannot hear them

A Doctor from Karnataka writes about the striking doctors.

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