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18 September, 2017 5:49 PM Family donates organs of brain-dead youth

Police create green corridor to move heart to Chennai hospital At 1.50 p.m. on Monday, the heart of a 23-year-old brain- dead accident victim, began its journey from Christian Medical College (CMC), Vellore, to give a new lease of life to a recipient at a Chennai-based hospital. The vital organs of the youth, a male nurse, were donated by his family 42

15 September, 2017 5:18 AM Indian-American doctor stabbed to death by patient in US

Washington, Sep 15 (PTI) A 57-year-old Indian-American doctor has been stabbed to death allegedly by an Indian-origin patient near his clinic in the Wichita city of Kansas. Psychiatrist Achutha Reddy, who hailed from Telangana, was found dead with multiple knife wounds in an alley behind his clinic in East Wichita on Wednesday, police said. One of his patients 37

14 September, 2017 11:46 PM Indian doctor in US stabbed to death

An Indian doctor hailing from Telangana was stabbed to death in Kansas state. Hyderabad: An Indian doctor hailing from Telangana was stabbed to death in Kansas state of the United States, as per the information reaching his family here on Thursday. Achutha Reddy, a psychiatrist, was murdered in his clinic in East Wichita, on Wednesday night. US police 74

14 September, 2017 8:09 PM Garbage, stink at Chittoor govt. hospital upset Collector

Pradyumna seeks report on hospital administration within an hour Unable to bear the stench emanating from the piled up garbage and the stinking wards and toilets of the District Headquarters Government General Hospital (GGH) here, Collector P.S. Pradyumna, on a surprise visit on Thursday, took the officials to task and sought a report on the hospital 22

10 September, 2017 12:57 AM Dengue patient denied admission, dies

KOLKATA: A 30-year-old dengue patient, who was also suffering from a head injury, died on Saturday morning after being allegedly refused admission by two government hospitals in the city. Biswanath Paria, a resident of Charu Market in Tollygunge, had been suffering from fever since early this week. On Thursday, a test conducted at a private diagnostic 39

9 September, 2017 6:02 AM Inebriated doc misbehaves patient’s kin at hosp in Odisha’s Malkangiri

Malkangiri: In a highly unfortunate incident, a doctor allegedly misbehaved with a patient’s family members in an inebriated state at Malkangiri district headquarters hospital in Odisha last night. According to reports, blood was required to be administered to a patient namely Savitri Tangula at the hospital following which her kin went to doctor Shrimaya 55

7 September, 2017 4:38 AM Swine flu deaths: Rajasthan govt cancels leaves of doctors

Earlier, the hospital was not collecting the samples in the night. Besides, a separate facility has also been created for providing consultation to patients suffering from seasonal diseases outside the emergency unit. The decision has been taken to cater increasing number of patients coming for treatment suffering from seasonal diseases. The facility 31

6 September, 2017 7:15 PM 14-month-old Surat boy’s organs save lives

Karjat woman’s heart also transplanted Mumbai: A 14-month-old boy from Surat and a 45-year-old woman from Karjat gave a new lease of life to several critically ill patients, after their families donated their organs on Wednesday. Somnath Shah was playing near a staircase when he slipped and suffered a severe head injury last week. Doctors at the New Civil 30

2 September, 2017 3:24 PM Utah nurse arrested for refusing to give patient’s blood

Police launch investigation; officer put on leave Police in the U.S. State of Utah have launched an investigation after video footage showed an officer forcibly arresting a nurse for refusing to draw blood from an unconscious patient. At least two police department employees, including the officer involved, have been placed on administrative leave pending 29

31 August, 2017 6:45 PM Doklam disengagement: Is the dragon crouching to strike?

With the “expeditious disengagement of border personnel at the face-off site at Doklam”, as the ministry of external affairs press release referred to it, the crisis at Doklam in Bhutan seems to have petered out. While the 72-day faceoff between Chinese and Indian forces—ranging from the bizarre, with both forces resorting to nihilistic grappling, to the grotesque 32