The death of two infants at the district hospital in Baramulla in north Kashmir has brought back the spectre of crib deaths. Earlier in May, the GB Pant Children’s hospital was in the news for an abnormally high number of
Would you adopt a baby with a deformity? Your answer might be yes, but the tiny baby girl abandoned at a Sringar hospital, might think differently. Four days ago, a new born baby was abandoned in the casualty ward of G.B. Pant
In yet another example of society's callousness to infant girls, authorities at G.B. Pant Hospital here Monday discovered an infant abandoned in the hospital's corridor. Speaking to reporters, Muneer Masood, superintendent of
Another infant death at the G B Pant hospital on Wednesday sparked off protests by aggrieved family members. According to the family, the new born baby was shifted to the G B Pant hospital from Biijbehara Sub-District hospital on
Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) alleges that the action taken against doctors in the J & K infant deaths case has been done to cover up administrative botches. Even the selection of a retired doctor as Medical
There has been alarming number of neonatal deaths at the GB Pant Children’s hospital and the doctors and government are playing the usual blame game, saying the other party is responsible for these dire circumstances. What most
While there has been a lot of hue and cry about the fact that 380 babies died at the G B Pant Children’s Hospital in Srinagar, the fact is that almost 900 baby deaths were reported last year as well. The Department of Medical
Between May 18 and 19, official sources said that that four more infants died in the G B Pant Children’s hospital. Union Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad who hails from the state termed the infant deaths at the hospital ‘a
Chief Minister Omar Abdullah visited the G.B. Pant Hospital in Srinagar on Friday where 368 children have died since Jan 1 allegedly due to negligence and inadequate facilities. Describing the situation at the hospital as
A sitting MLA led a protest outside the G.P. Pant Hospital in summer capital Srinagar, blaming the doctors for the death of Kashmiri children at the premier hospital. "It is nothing short of a mass murder of our children,"
Due to the increasing number of neonatal deaths at the G.B.Pant Hospital in Kashmir, the J & K Minister Omar Abdullah ordered a probe into the issue.
Dr. Shoukat Ali Zargar, Director of Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical