Congress leader V.C. Shukla, critically injured in the Maoists attack on party leaders in Chhattisgarh the day before, is ‘critical but stable’, doctors attending on him said on Sunday. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and UPA
The 84-year-old Congress leader V.C. Shukla, critically injured after Maoists ambushed a convoy of Congress leaders in Chhattisgarh's Bastar region, has received multiple bullet injuries, doctors treating him at a Gurgaon
Cases of sunburns and heat stroke have jumped in Chhattisgarh as most parts of the state are wilting under maximum temperatures of 47 degrees Celsius. Almost all the state's 27 districts on Thursday recorded high temperatures,
AIIMS, Raipur has collaborated with the CRPF, and has formally launched a telemedicine unit at the Maoist hit area of Chhattisgarh. The service will be used to treat and provide consultation to patients, including civilians.
Taking a tough stance against suppliers of sub-standard medicines for botched-up eye surgery camps in the state since last year, the Chhattisgarh government decided to file court cases against them.
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Terming the lapses ‘most grave’, the opposition Congress staged a walkout from the assembly on Wednesday over their demand for discussion over the issue of an eye operation camp in Chhattisgarh which left 12 people
A day after 15 people were hospitalised here after botched up eye surgeries at a camp, Chhattisgarh Health Minister Amar Agrawal on Monday met the victims and assured strong action against the erring doctors.
The Chhattisgarh government admitted Sunday that 15 people had developed eye infections after they were operated upon at a community health centre recently, and assured their treatment at state expense. Health Minister Amar
The number of deaths caused by malaria in Chhattisgarh in 2012 were 84 - double the number of fatalities last year, state Health Minister Amar Agrawal told the assembly Thursday. In a written reply to Congress member Kuldeep
Licenses of eight private nursing homes were cancelled in Bihar's Samastipur district for unnecessary removal of uteruses of hundreds of poor women to claim insurance money under a central government scheme, officials said
The Bihar State Human Rights Commission issued notice to private hospitals and nursing homes, where uteruses of hundreds of poor women were removed to claim insurance money under a government scheme. "The commission is likely
Lok Janshakti Party (LJP) chief Ram Vilas Paswan demanded a CBI probe into the alleged removal of uteruses of over 16,000 below poverty line women to swindle them of their health insurance money provided under a central
After Chattisgarh, Bihar became the second state to be hit by the 'uterus removal scam'. The Bihar assembly speaker ordered a house committee probe into the alleged removal of uteruses of over 16,000 below poverty line women in
The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) issued notice to the Chhattisgarh government on reports that doctors in the state were unnecessarily removing women's uteruses to claim money under a health scheme. "The NHRC has