AIIMS docs remove 17 kg tumour from woman abdomen

In a major surgery, a tumour weighing 17 kg was taken out from the abdomen of a 30-year-old woman suffering from a rare ovarian tumour (growing teratoma syndrome) by doctors at AIIMS.

Relieve Nadda as Health Minister pending AIIMS probe: CPI(M)

 A demand for relieving Health Minister JP Nadda from his charge pending a probe into his alleged interference in working of the vigilance administration of AIIMS was made in the Rajya Sabha on Monday.

Health budget a boon for public: Experts

 The government's decision to allocate Rs 33,152 crore for health with special emphasis on improving the public health sector was Saturday hailed by health experts who said the decision to set up new medical institutions will be a boon for the public.

Budget allocation for AIIMS cut marginally

The allocation for the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here witnessed a marginal drop in the budget for 2015-16 presented by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley Saturday.

Budget allocation will give a boost to health care: JP Nadda

Union Health Ministry will have its hands full in the next fiscal as the government has linked its ambitious cleanliness drive to hygiene and allocated Rs 33,150 crore for setting up AIIMS in various states.

Healthcare sector upbeat as Budget gives a booster dose

The healthcare industry has welcomed Budget proposals to increase tax exemption limits for health insurance cover and set up more AIIMS across India, saying such moves enable people's access to better facilities.

Union Budget 2015: Tax free infra bonds for irrigation projects

Union Budget 2015: Tax free infra bonds for irrigation projects.

If Kashmir is to get AIIMS, I hope the money is pumped in to upgrade SKIMS: Omar Abdullah

Reacting to Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's proposed medical schemes for Jammu and Kashmir in his 2015 Union Budget, former chief minister of the state Omar Abdullah on Saturday said that efforts should be made to raise the already established SKIMS to global standards.

Delhi HC asks AIIMS to provide free treatment to genetic disorder patient

The Delhi High Court Friday directed AIIMS to provide free treatment to a two-year-old boy, suffering from Gaucher's disease, a genetic disorder.

Think about increasing health budget: Delhi HC to govt

The Delhi High Court Friday asked the Centre and the city government to think about increasing health budget while asking All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) to provide free treatment to a two-year-old boy suffering from a rare genetic disorder, Gaucher's disease.

Delhi: Sikkimese girl allegedly raped by AIIMS doctor

A Sikkimese girl was allegedly raped by AIIMS doctor in Delhi.

Plea in HC for free treatment to genetic disorder patient

A plea was filed on Thursday in the Delhi High Court by a street vendor seeking directions for free treatment to his two-year-old son, suffering from Gaucher's disease, a genetic disorder.

JP Nadda stresses on importance of yoga in preventing diseases

Health Minister JP Nadda on Sunday said that yoga has a very important role to play in preventing non-communicable diseases like cancer and hypertension and said that the government has given much importance to it in the new health policy presently in the public domain.

Five injured in south Delhi firing over parking dispute; ATM guard dies

One person was killed and five injured on Friday over a parking dispute in south Delhi.

Vice-President Ansari undergoes airway surgery, doing well

Vice-President Hamid Ansari on Sunday successfully underwent a pre-scheduled preventive airway surgery here at the AIIMS.

CAT stays AIIMS staffer's transfer, says action 'punitive'

The Central Administrative Tribunal has quashed the transfer order of a technical staffer of AIIMS, saying the move was purely a "punitive action to get rid of him from present place of posting on extraneous consideration".

Acid attack survivor showed remarkable fortitude: Doctors

 Undaunted by the acid attack on her in a December morning, a 30-year-old doctor of the ESI Hospital here is moving ahead in life.

No urgency to intervene in Sunanda death probe: HC

The Delhi High Court Wednesday refused urgent hearing of a plea seeking its intervention in the ongoing investigation of the mysterious death of Sunanda Pushkar, the wife of Congress MP Shashi Tharoor.

Women becoming increasing vulnerable to cervical cancer

With lifestyles in India changing, women are becoming increasingly vulnerable to cervical and breast cancers.