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Why Mehbooba in hurry to inaugurate yet incomplete Modern Hospital in Dooru: G A Mir

CM is desperate enough to see her inaugural plates on incomplete projects Srinagar, Jul 21 (KNS): Lashing out at Chief Minister Mehbooba for neglecting Dooru Veerinag on every front, particularly on developmental front, J&K Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) Chief G.A. Mir said today that CM is desperate enough to see her inaugural plates on incomplete projects, rather than ensuing overall ... Read More »

Asiea Naqash for making JK open-defecation free

SRINAGAR, JULY 19: Minister of State for Housing & Urban Development Department, Social Welfare and Health & Medical Education, Asiea Naqash today said that the Government is making efforts to make Jammu and Kashmir free from open-defecation to ensure health and hygiene.           The Minister made these remarks while inaugurating one-day workshop, ‘Open Defecation Free (ODF) Certification’ organized by Directorate ... Read More »

DDC Ganderbal reviews progress of ongoing Health, R&B projects

GANDERBAL, JULY 11:- The District Development Commissioner Ganderbal, Dr. Piyush Singla today chaired a review meeting to seek the progress on upgradation and construction work for Health Department and the other developmental works undertaken by the R&B department in the district. Threadbare discussions were also held with the officials of health department, and engineers of R&B and JKPCC regarding the issues ... Read More »

Asiea reviews functioning of Psychiatric hospital Srinagar

SRINAGAR, JULY 10:  Minister of State for Housing & Urban Development, Health, Medical Education and Social Welfare, Asiea Naqash today conducted a surprise visit to the Government Psychiatric Disease Hospital, Kathidarwaza, Rainawari, Srinagar to assess the facilities being provided to the patients there and inspect its functioning. The Minister went around the hospital premises to inspect the patient-care facilities and the ... Read More »

Good news for orthopaedic patients: India’s first innovative cell therapy treatment launched by Apollo & RMS REGROW for cartilage and bone problems

New Delhi: Apollo Hospitals, Asia’s largest and most trusted healthcare group, has partnered with RMS REGROW, the first ‘Make in India’ Company in Cell Therapy Technology, to offer two new Regenerative Medicine Cell Therapy products-Ossron™and Chondron® for bone and cartilage problems, respectively. The two products will address unmet clinical needs in the orthopaedic market with respect to sports injuries, accidents and ... Read More »

Principal SKIMS Bemina Dr Reyaz Untoo quits

Faculty members, NGA shocked Srinagar, Jun 09 (KNS): Dr Reyaz Untoo, the Professor and Head of Ophthalmology SKIMS Medical College, Bemina, who was appointed Incharge Principal SKIMS Medical College in July 2016 when the whole Valley was under turmoil and hospitals were flooded with injured has requested the government has submitted resignation from the post. “I have submitted my resignation ... Read More »

No major damage occurred due to blaze: MS LD Hospital

Says functioning of theatre will resume today Srinagar, May 13 (KNS): A day after fire engulfed Operation Theatre at Lala Ded (LD) hospital, the authorities on Saturday said that no major damage occurred due to the blaze. Medical Superintendent of LD, Dr Mushtaq Ahmad Rather told KNS that no major damage occurred due to the blaze that broke out in ... Read More »

Bali dedicates to people 33 health institutions via e-inauguration

Says strengthening health infra Govt’s top priority JAMMU, APRIL 27 –Minister for Health & Medical Education, Bali Bhagat today dedicated 33 newly constructed health institutions to public in Jammu division in one go through e-inauguration. At an impressive function held at Domana, near here, the Health Minister pushed the computer button and simultaneously inaugurated 33 health buildings constructed at an ... Read More »

Lack of vaccination leads to surge in flu cases: DAK  

  Srinagar, March 24 (PTK): While a spike in flu cases is hitting children hard in Kashmir, Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) on Friday said that lack of vaccination is leading to an increase in influenza-like illness. President DAK and flu expert Dr Nisar ul Hassan in a statement said that too many people are unprotected, as a result of which ... Read More »

  Don’t worry, children are not infected by swine flu, confirms NCDC

 ‘It is a normal flu, can’t lead to health complications; people should avoid taking antibiotics’ Srinagar, Mar 24 (KNS): Dispelling the suspicion among parents that their children might be infected by swine flu, the National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) in New Delhi have been found all the samples taken from these children negative for swine flu. “The samples taken ... Read More »