Leader of Opposition in Delhi Assembly Vijender Gupta said he will meet Lt. Governor Anil Baijal on Monday to demand a vigilance inquiry.
As many as 6.06 lakh students of Krishna district are going to undergo eye tests under the YSR Kanti Velugu project which is going to take off from October 10.
Announcement comes in the wake of Diphtheria cases being reported. An immunisation drive also launched in all schools after it found that many children had not been immunised.
Both govt and private hospitals in city packed beyond capacity with hundreds of patients
While the Athagarh sub-divisional hospital has 13 doctors against the sanctioned strength of 23, the Community Health Centres has three against the required seven.
At present, private ambulances, especially those in the rural areas, do not have oxygen supply.
Health Minister B Sriramulu said it is sad that many people who accompany patients are forced to sleep in the corridors or on stone benches.
Meanwhile, already over 80 per cent of government hospitals had applied for license.
Osmania doctors review quality of OGH tests, report poor results
On Thursday afternoon, a minor fire broke out at Gandhi Hospital in the paediatric surgery department due to a short circuit of air conditioners.
A bench comprising Justices M Sathyanarayanan and B Pugalendhi who perused the report, adjourned the case to January 21, 2020 for filing additional status report.
The Federation of Resident Doctors Associations also decided to call of its strike, and as a result normal services will resume on Monday at hospitals run by the Delhi government.
The study says that the lack of infrastructure and human resource at government hospitals are majorly to blame for scuffles between doctors and patients’ kin.
The person identified as Pusharajan, a native of Tiruvallur has been at large for the past six years, police said.
While the Kejriwal government has delivered only 196 of the 1,000 mohalla clinics it promised, they have found favour with residents, finds Somrita Ghosh