The family of a pregnant woman, who died at the Urban Primary Health Centre (PHC) in K Pudur on Sunday reportedly in labour, alleged that she died owing to medical negligence.
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Though the incident happened five days ago, it came to light on Saturday.
The 28-year-old woman had gone to Boyithi in Madugula Mandal all the way from her village Jamadangi walking to consult an RMP doctor.
On the bank’s contention that there was no deficiency on its part, the forum said that it could claim so if it had taken action immediately by forwarding the complaint to the authorities.
The complainant said that she was preparing lunch for her son in the morning when the three eunuchs came to her house and demanded money in return for blessings.
A 30-year-old man was arrested on Thursday by Kattumannarkovil police for abetting the suicide of his four-month pregnant wife on Tuesday at Kurugudi village.
56-year old Shakuntala pacing about helplessly on the Barkka Road in Nammalwarpet waiting for an ambulance to transport her daughter, who had gone into labour.
Kaleeswari was enjoying the bath along with several other women when she suddenly collapsed.
The woman, identified as Reshma Kamble, was proceeding from Mumbai to Kolhapur for the delivery of her child but the train was stranded in the floodwaters since Friday evening.
The study included 1,252 multi-ethnic inner-city pregnant women with metabolic risk factors, including obesity and chronic hypertension.
There seems to be no end to the agony of pregnant women in inaccessible villages as they have to be carried in dolis or slings to the hospital for delivery.
Janapareddi Devi got the 108 vehicle at Sankaram village as it could not reach her village because of the muddy road due to the continuous rain for three days.
A team of district officials on Friday conducted an inquiry into the allegations of harassment against supervisor of Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS) Usharani Mishra.
The nurse is accused of not attending to the pregnant woman, while the superintendent and medical officer referred her to another centre instead of taking prompt action.