Health

Shrine Board Adds Robust Health Care Accessibility On Mata Vaishno Devi Track

KATRA, Apr 6: Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board (SMVDSB) is committed to provide good and easily accessible health care services to the pilgrims visiting to the Holy Shrine.In the endeavor, the Shrine Board has inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Hewlett Packard Enterprise India Private Limited (HPEIPL) and Hewlett Packard (India) Software…

Shrine Board Adds Robust Health Care Accessibility On Mata Vaishno Devi Track
header Health Jammu and Kashmir
Atishi claims diabetic Arvind Kejriwal has lost 4.5 kg weight since arrest
Health National Political

Atishi claims diabetic Arvind Kejriwal has lost 4.5 kg weight since arrest

NEW DELHI: Delhi Minister Atishi claimed that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who suffers from "severe diabetes", has lost 4.5 kg weight ever since his arrest. "Arvind Kejriwal suffers from severe diabetes. Despite health problems, he used to work 24 hours a day to serve the country. Since his arrest, Arvind Kejriwal has lost 4.5 kg…

Secretary Health visits SKIMS MC&H; Inspects healthcare, interacts with students, faculty

SRINAGAR: Secretary Health and Medical Education, Dr. Syed Abid Rasheed Shah, today visited SKIMS Medical College and Hospital (MC&H) and reviewed functioning of the institute. He had a comprehensive round of various units of the hospital to assess the medical facilities available for the patients. During his visit, the Secretary also interacted with the faculty…

AAP alleges “Money trail tracked to BJP account”, challenges PM, ED to arrest BJP Chief
Health National Political

AAP alleges “Money trail tracked to BJP account”, challenges PM, ED to arrest BJP Chief

NEW DELHI: A day after a Delhi court sent Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal to the custody of the Directorate of Enforcement, senior AAP leader and minister Atishi alleged that the money trail was found in the BJP's account and challenged Prime Minister Narendra Modi and ED to 'arrest' BJP national president JP Nadda. Addressing a…

Business

Air Force deploys Dornier aircraft to transport liver from Pune to Delhi
header Health National

Air Force deploys Dornier aircraft to transport liver from Pune to Delhi

NEW DELHI: In order to save the life of an army veteran, the Indian Air Force quickly used its Dornier aircraft to fly a group of medics from the Army Hospital here to Pune in order to recover a liver. The Indian Air Force stated on Sunday that the mission was important because it was carried out on short notice on February 23. "An IAF Dornier aircraft was activated at short notice to airlift a team of doctors of Army Hospital (R&R), to retrieve a liver from Pune to Delhi during the night on 23 February," added the statement. According to the IAF, the veteran's life was spared thanks to the subsequent transplant procedure. Army Hospital (Research and Referral), also referred to as Army Hospital (R&R), is the premier medical facility in the Delhi Cantonment region for the armed forces, treating military personnel as well as their families. [caption id="attachment_11699" align="alignnone" width="300"] Air Force deploys Dornier aircraft to transport liver from Pune to Delhi[/caption]  

CRPF Battalion holds free medical camp at Channi Rama

JAMMU: The 76 CRPF Battalion, in association with the J&K Health Department, arranged a free medical camp at Shiv Shakti Mandir, Channi Rama, as part of its Civic Action Programme. Under the direction of Sandeep Khirwar, IG Jammu Sector, and Ramesh Kumar, DIG Range Jammu, the camp was hosted. T.H. Khan, Commandant-76 Bn, oversaw the camp, which was set up with the intention of providing free medical care and education about healthy living habits to the area's impoverished population. A group of two medical officers, Dr. S. Sowmiya from the 76th Battalion of the CRPF and Dr. Neeyati Abrol from the Medical Camp, performed free medical examinations and gave away free medications to about 350 civilians. The Civic Action Programme was launched by DIG Jammu Range Ramesh Kumar. T.H. Khan, Commandant-76Bn, made a plea to everyone in the community to keep physically fit by engaging in regular exercise and raised awareness of the need of maintaining good cleanliness and a healthy lifestyle on this occasion. In addition, he clarified the CRPF's function in upholding friendly relations between the populace and the force. Participants in the camp were Anand Kumar, DIG (OPS) Range Hiranagar, Hari Om Khare, Commandant-160 Bn, Mahendra Singh, 2IC, Girish Chandra Singh Sontiyal Dy.Comdt., Praveen Kumar, Asstt. Comdt., and Jawans and Medical Staff from 76 Bn CRPF. The people responded positively to the initiative and expressed their desire for the CRPF to host similar camps in the future.   [caption id="attachment_10418" align="alignnone" width="300"] CRPF Battalion holds free medical camp at Channi Rama[/caption]