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8 January, 2018 7:31 AM Anil Kapoor calls Rajesh Khanna a timeless icon

Actor-producer Anil Kapoor says he was awestruck by Rajesh Khanna's performance in "Anand", and that the late veteran actor will always remain an icon. "Remember watching 'Anand' for the first time in a preview theatre and I was absolutely awestruck by Rajesh Khanna's performance and the film. This has always been one of my favourite films. He will always 33

8 January, 2018 4:59 AM Woman loses life despite pricey surgery at Mumbai’s Hinduja Hospital, family cries foul

Mithulal Bafna, a Thane resident, has filed a complaint with the Maharashtra Medical Council against the doctors of Mumbai's Hinduja Hospital for convincing him to take to a new and expensive heart valve procedure for his ailing wife that they claimed was "200 percent safe", reports the Times of India. Despite the assurance, Bafna lost his wife a fortnight 58

5 January, 2018 5:54 PM No new cases of ADD at Pulluvila

The outbreak of acute diarrhoeal disease (ADD) at Pulluvila is likely to be a food or water-borne infection caused by either E.coli or staphylococcus bacterial strains, senior health officials said on Friday. “No new cases of ADD has been reported from the area on Friday and all those who reported sick are now stable and recuperating well. Through lab tests 27

2 January, 2018 7:54 AM Six fall victim to Haryana agri officer's murder spree

Naresh Kadiyan was arrested by the police while he was on his way to his father-in-law's house, apparently to murder him. A 45-year-old Sub-Divisional Officer (SDO) with Haryana's Agriculture Department went on a murder spree, randomly killing six persons, including a woman, at different places in Palwal district in the early hours of Tuesday. He has been arrested 45

2 January, 2018 7:35 AM Private Doctors' Strike Hits Outpatient Facilities In Karnataka

Bengaluru: Thousands of out-patient facilities were affected across Karnataka on Tuesday due to a private doctors' strike against a new medical bill. Hundreds of private hospitals across the state shut their Outpatient Departments (OPDs) to protest against the National Medical Commission (NMC) Bill, 2017, that seeks to replace the Medical Council of India 38

30 December, 2017 4:36 PM Kargil widow denied treatment

The widow of a Kargil hero died in a private hospital in Sonipat, Haryana, after medical staff allegedly refused to admit her for not carrying her Aadhaar card, forcing the State government to order an inquiry into the matter on Saturday. Health Minister Anil Vij told presspersons in Ambala that a Health Department team had been sent to Sonipat to collect 36

30 December, 2017 2:28 AM Unable to show Aadhaar card, Kargil martyr's wife denied medical treatment, dies

A Kargil martyr's wife died after being refused treatment on the grounds of Aadhaar card in Haryana's Sonipat.  Sonipat: A Kargil martyr's wife died after being refused treatment on the grounds of Aadhaar card in Haryana's Sonipat. The woman, who was in a serious condition, was rushed to the hospital for the treatment by family members. "I brought my mother 51

29 December, 2017 6:29 PM Two Green Corridors Made In Bhopal For Heart, Kidney Transplant

Bhopal: Two green corridors were created today in Bhopal to transport a heart and kidney harvested for transplantation from a brain-dead person. Officials said the first green corridor was created for a heart transplant from a private hospital to the airport here and it took about 19 minutes to cover the 25 kilometer long green corridor. The second green 42

23 December, 2017 6:53 AM 9 doctors, 2 nurses of Max Hospital get notice over newborn death case

The council has asked the doctors and nurses to file a reply within 15 days.  NEW DELHI: The Delhi Medical Council has issued notices to nine doctors and two nurses of Max Hospital, Shalimar Bagh in connection with medical negligence of case of a newborn who was falsely declared dead. The council has asked the doctors and nurses to file a reply within 49

21 December, 2017 6:31 AM Here's Why Marriage Is Good For Your Heart, Literally

Singletons with heart disease are at a higher risk of death as compared to their married counterparts. Here's why. For married people, it is fairly common to feel nostalgic about their days of single-hood. But being married has its own merits, and here, we are referring to health merits. A new study suggests that unmarried people, affected with heart 21