The ink episode took a new turn after a man, identifying himself as Vijay Sarathe of Jai Lok Party, told a section of media that he sprayed the ink on the health minister.
Chandigarh: A book, titled ‘Clinical Rounds in Endocrinology’, was released by Dr Yogesh Chawla, Director, Postgraduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh, on Monday. This book has been written by Dr Anil Bhansali, head of the department of endocrinology, PGIMER, in a question-answer format and comprises 20 chapters with approximately 1,200 questions.
Chandigarh: Professor Sunit Singhi, former head of the department of paediatrics at PGIMER, Chandigarh, was awarded the IXth Dr K C Chaudhuri Lifetime Achievement Award, 2016, for his excellent services in paediatrics and paediatric critical care at a function held in New Delhi recently. Prof Singhi established India’s first paediatric intensive care unit at PGI.
Bhopal: Protesting students at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Bhopal on Sunday denied spraying black ink on union health minister J P Nadda and submitted a photo of the alleged attacker to the police. The ink episode took a new turn after a man, identifying himself as Vijay Sarathe of Jai Lok Party, told a section of media that he sprayed the ink on the minister.
New Delhi: Normal taxis merely fitted with flashers, sirens and hardly equipped with gadgets to carry patients safely to hospitals will not be allowed to operate as ambulances. The transport ministry has set norms for all new ambulances that will hit Indian roads from April 2018.