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53 samples were taken for testing across hospitals, out of which, four products seem to have failed the test.

India will never fire first bullet, but won't stop retaliating if fired upon: Rajnath Singh

Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday said that India has never and will never open unprovoked fire on Pakistan but if there is firing from the other side, then Pakistan should not expect any mercy.

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First-year MBBS student found hanging in AIIMS girls hostel

A first-year MBBS student was found hanging in her room in the girls hostel in AIIMS campus in the wee hours on Sunday.

Rajnath Singh visits injured security men in AIIMS

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Saturday visited the AIIMS to enquire the condition of two security personnel, who were injured in separate incidents in Jammu and Kashmir and Odisha.

Guidelines on cadaver donation submitted in HC

 The city government on Wednesday submitted in Delhi High Court the guidelines on cadaver donation in hospitals here.

Technical team to probe Odisha infant deaths

A four-member technical team has been set up to inquire into the deaths of at least 27 infants at a paediatrics hospital in Cuttack, a minister said on Tuesday.

Australia, India to join hands to combat lifestyle diseases 

Public health experts from Australia and India are set to collaborate on a new research on lifestyle-related diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, stroke and cancers.

Delhi HC pulls up Sudhir Gupta for 'delaying tactics' on AIIMS plea

 The Delhi High Court on Monday pulled up AIIMS forensic department head Sudhir Kumar Gupta for not serving the copy of his reply to the institute and other parties, observing that he was trying to "delay" the proceedings on a plea seeking his replacement.

After court case, whistleblower IFS Sanjiv Chaturvedi gets promotion

Whistleblower Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer Sanjiv Chaturvedi has secured a Director -level promotion, nearly two months after he approached the Central Administrative Tribunal (CAT) in this regard.

AIIMS: Parliamentary panel bats for system to ensure prompt surgery of critical patients

Noting that patients have to wait for "too long" for surgeries and tests at AIIMS in Delhi, a parliamentary panel has recommended putting in place a grading system under which those with severe diseases are served first.

Dengue: Authorities to inspect four hospitals including AIIMS

 With dengue mosquitoes found breeding on the premises of various hospitals here, a team of authorities will inspect the four central government hospitals including AIIMS tomorrow to assess the situation and take remedial measures to check spread of the disease.

Organs of brain dead man save three lives in Delhi

 A 40-year-old man, who was declared brain dead at the AIIMS here, has saved the lives of three people by donating his organs, including liver and kidneys, a top official of the hospital said on Thursday.

Female viagra will take years to reach India: Doctors

The newly-developed female viagra "Addyi" will take at least three to four years to be introduced in the Indian market as trials are still on to ascertain its long-term effects.

Govt gives green nod for expansion of AIIMS Residential Colony in Delhi

New Delhi Government has given environment clearance for expansion of AIIMS Residential Colony at Ayurvigyan Nagar in the national capital, which would entail an investment of about Rs 360 crore.

Congress asks BJP to show notification over AIIMS in Jammu

The state unit of the Congress on Tuesday accused the BJP of failing the people of Jammu region and asked the party to show the appropriate notification for a separate AIIMS in Jammu.

Second dengue death in Delhi; nearly 280 total cases

The city today reported its second dengue victim in the death of a 37-year-old woman even as the total number of cases from the vector-borne disease shot to an alarming 277, with over 220 of them being reported in the first two weeks of August only.