On Thursday evening, a constable deputed to the Greyhounds wing informed Narsingi police station about a pregnant woman lying on the road near Narsingi Government Hospital.
According to the source, Pangi Santhi (31) of Jajula Bandha village developed labour pains on Tuesday afternoon.
On Saturday, Lavanya, who was staying in a hostel for pregnant women living in interior and hilltop villages, developed labour pains.
Kamakhyanagar Sub-Collector Jyoti Ranjan Sahoo said the matter has been reported to the district Collector.
A 21-year-old pregnant woman and her mother were killed after the roof of their house in Anna Nagar collapsed on them while they were asleep around 3am on Tuesday.
According to sources, Lal Khan has been working at the hospital for last many years. On Wednesday, he tried to molest the pregnant woman at the operation theatre.
“The young patient was rushed to KIMSHEALTH after she suffered a cardiac arrest at another hospital where she was admitted for delivery.
According to police, the suspect N Karuppaiah, a mentally-challenged person and a drunkard, is the elder brother of Sivakumar, husband of Anjalai.
A petty quarrel between two persons at a multiplex here resulted in a group of persons allegedly attacking a pregnant woman and her husband in the city.
"When we came to the hospital, the on duty nursing staff, instead of attending to my daughter-in-law, demanded Rs 5000 as bribe from us," mother-in-law Mithilesh Mirdha alleged
NIMS Hospital operated the first-ever reported case of primary choriocarcinoma of liver in pregnant women in the Indian population and probably in the world.
The woman hailing from Thirumullaivoyal, who was seven months pregnant, fell ill on January 4. Subsequently, she was referred to Kilpauk hospital.
The pregnant woman of Parkanmala village in Kudmulgumma panchayat under Khairput block was denied service after the CHC authorities came to know that she was an HIV patient.
Incidents of pregnant women being carried in slings and cots or walking to hospitals due to lack of roads are a common sight in Malkangiri district.
According to the Jenu Kuruba people residing in this tribal hamlet, Ranjitha, a woman in her early 20s experienced labour pain.