Exclusive: Oxygen refilling station owner harassed by Delhi govt, says officials sealed station, seized cylinders and detained employees
Owner of a oxygen cylinder refilling station in Delhi alleged that government officials sealed his station and harassed his staff
DCP South Delhi had informed that oxygen tankers have been sent to Max Hospitals.
In 2015, a baby born in Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh, had three penises, of which two had erectile tissue. His anus was also absent.
Pakistan: Peshawar Medical College to charge rape victims PKR 25,000 for medical examination, PKR 1,500 to keep dead body in cold storage
Forensic Dept of Medical College University in Peshawar, Pakistan has come out with a callous proposal that seeks to charge rape victims
Scientist Beyond Borders group is endeavouring their best by taking advantage of their knowledge, experience and efforts in giving a platform and empowering public at large with updated information and open to use technologies.
Darbhanga: Bihar DGP’s warning falls on deaf ears, miscreants from the minority community assault and misbehave with ASHA workers
A female ASHA worker had filed a complaint alleging that miscreants in Darbhanga had tried to tore off her saree
Here is how to use the Internet of Things to combat global pandemics like Novel Coronavirus outbreak
Internet of Things could be used as a major tool to fight the spread of such pandemics and contain it with minimal economic loss
Coronavirus: No N95 masks or critical PPEs are being exported, govt allays fears in wake of claims on social media
On 29 March, India supplied 90 tonnes of medical protective equipment to Serbia to help the country in fighting the Chinese coronavirus outbreak.
Islam does not approve: Four Muslims who returned from Dubai threaten health officials in Karnataka, refuse to undergo Coronavirus test
The Muslim youths objected to carrying out any medical test for Coronavirus citing that Islam does not permit such tests.
As more doctors in West Bengal resign, IMA with 3.5 lakh doctors as members announces nationwide strike on Monday
Joining the doctors' strike, the Indian Medical Association (IMA), which has 3.5 lakh doctors as its members, has also declared a pan-India strike starting on 17th June from 6 am till 6 am on 18th June.
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