PM CARES Fund allocates Rs. 3100 Crore to fight coronavirus, will be used to purchase ventilators and support migrant movement
Amid rumour mongering about PM CARES fund by opposition, Rs 3100 crore allocated from the fund in the fight against Coronavirus
West Bengal government revokes the requirement of prior approval from govt committee before Coronavirus testing and treatment
Before this prior approval of a govt committee was required for any coronavirus test and treatment, & cause of death also determined by the committee
A video of a snakebite victim being treated with witchcraft is doing the rounds on the Internet.
Arvind Kejriwal hates people from UP-Bihar but loves Rohingyas and Bangladeshis: BJP leader Kapil Mishra writes
BJP leader Kapil Mishra takes on Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal's controversial statement on Biharis and other migrants coming to Delhi for medical treatment
“Biharis come to Delhi for free treatment, how can Delhi serve entire country?” Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal controversial statement on ‘outsiders’
Speaking on long queues about purchasing medicines prescribed by doctors, Kejriwal said the reason is a lot of people are coming from outside of Delhi for treatment.
West Bengal doctors crisis began as a small protest which gradually took a nationwide dimension with doctors from all across the country raising voices of dissent against the WB government.
West Bengal Doctor Crisis: Protesting doctors agree to meet Mamata Banerjee in presence of full media even as IMA goes on strike
The protesting junior doctors have now agreed to meet Mamata Banerjee at 3:00 PM today. However, the doctors have said that the meeting would have to be “in the full view of the media” and not “behind closed doors”.
Kolkata: Father blames Police for newborn’s death for not letting him enter the Hospital amidst Doctors’ Strike
The father said that the junior doctors helped him a lot and were crying. He was told by the Junior Doctors that they called the Health Ministry four times but the calls were not received.
BJP President Amit Shah discharged from AIIMS, after 4-day long treatment from Swine Flu
Himachal doctor’s prophylaxis to prevent Rabies which reduced treatment cost from Rs 35,000 to Rs 350 gets WHO nod
A big achievement for the Indian doctor