21August2018

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FIR against Ahmedabad doctor for botched up delivery

DTMT Network
AHMEDABAD: The police have registered a case against an Ahmedabad based private gynecologist who first botched up a delivery and then referred the patient to Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation-run V S Hospital. The case has been lodged a year after the patient died due to loss of blood during delivery, for causing death by negligence.

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Flash strike by 108 helpline staff in Telangana

Inkeshaf Ahmed
The emergency service 108 in Telangana plunged into a crisis following a surprise strike by its employees across the state. The employees went on strike demanding the management of the service, GVK EMRI, address their long pending problems. One of the main demands of the employees is to reduce the work hours from the existing 10 hours a day to 8 hours a day. However, the management of the emergency service did not accept the demands of the employees and cracked the whip on some of the agitating employees by suspending them from service.

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Minor fire at Delhi-AIIMS nursing college

Rohit Shishodia
A fire broke out in five rooms of the Delhi-AIIMS nursing college around noon on August 20, 2018. As per the latest information, no casualty has been reported. Six fire tenders are engaged in dousing the fire.

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Tamil Nadu docs donate day's salary for Kerala flood-hit

DTMT Network
Government doctors of Tamil Nadu have decided to donate a day's salary for the Kerala flood victims. The Tamil Nadu Resident Doctors Association (TNRDS) has resolved that its 15,500 members will donate their one-day salary for the relief work.

Dr Sridhar Rao explaining the MCI proposal
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Non-medical teachers assail MCI move to snatch their jobs

BS RAWAT
NEW DELHI: Non-medical M.Sc pass faculty presently teaching various non-clinical courses in medical and dental colleges across the country have gathered in New Delhi to protest against the proposed move of Medical Council of India's (MCI) to reduce their employment.

Dr Sandeep Yadav  president MAPPM
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Mumbai: Pathologist loses license for breaching ethics

DTMT Network
MUMBAI: The license to practice of a Mumbai-based pathologist has been suspended for six months for allegedly lending his name and registration number to nearly a hundred laboratories across Mumbai, Thane and Raigad where he didn't physically visit or supervise the path tests.

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